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  1. The Dangers of Splenda

    The Dangers of Splenda
    In the ongoing battle against obesity, the artificial sweetener industry has massively expanded over the last 30 years. When aspartame was found to have possibly dangerous side effects to health as it penetrates the blood-brain barrier, Splenda came to the fore, promoting itself as “made from sugar...
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  2. Fatigue and Exhaustion and Cortisol Levels

    Fatigue and Exhaustion and Cortisol Levels
    Did you know that there is a link between your cortisol levels and fatigue and exhaustion? You might not have heard of cortisol, but it might be one of the most important factors in your life, whether you realize it or not. Cortisol is a stress hormone that your body produces when you a...
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  3. How to Get Healthy Skin

    How to Get Healthy Skin
    What is the largest organ in the human body? If you answered, "the skin," then you would be right! Your skin is the largest organ in your body, and it can tell you a great deal of information regarding your health. This is one of the reasons that doctors are usually at least somew...
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  4. Is Canola Oil Dangerous to Your Health?

    Is Canola Oil Dangerous to Your Health?
    Canada, oil, low acid…these are words that blend to form “canola” – an oil that comes from Canadian rapeseed, which is a member of the mustard family. Canola oil has been hyped in the media as a cheaper, healthier version of olive oil, but evidence shows that it is anything but healthy. ...
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  5. Fight Chronic Fatigue with Breathing Techniques

    Fight Chronic Fatigue with Breathing Techniques
    Do you suffer from chronic fatigue? Did you know that there are natural treatments for fatigue? By understanding how breathing works and implementing new breathing techniques you can combat the extreme causes of chronic fatigue. How Breathing Works The diaphragm in the body draws air int...
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  6. Five Healthy Summertime Recipes

    Five Healthy Summertime Recipes
    Skip the high-fat, sugary ice cream cones, and take a look at these five healthy recipes for fun easy summertime treats. These healthy recipes incorporate lots of fresh fruit and lower-calorie ingredients. Creamy-Dreamy Orange Pops: (servings depend on size of mold) Ingredients:...
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  7. Medications That Reduce Libido

    Medications That Reduce Libido
    A drop in libido can be caused by medications. Medications are designed to have an impact on your body, and some medications can disrupt the delicate balancing act that is the body itself. As a result, medicine prescribed by your doctor can reduce your libido, perhaps even substantially...
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  8. Can the Lack of Vitamin D Affect Your Health?

    Can the Lack of Vitamin D Affect Your Health?
    Approximately one billion people throughout the world are deficient in vitamin D , a nutrient that is much needed by the body. Among the many health benefits that vitamin D offers are: simulation of the pancreas for insulin production, immune system regulation and prevention of up to 25 di...
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  9. Is There a Connection Between Breast Cancer and Stress?

    Is There a Connection Between Breast Cancer and Stress?
    We all accept that stress is harmful to health, but studies by researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago found that there appeared to be a link between stress and more aggressive types of breast cancer. It also looked at why breast cancer is generally more aggressive in Latino and Black ...
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  10. Eat the Whole Egg

    Eat the Whole Egg
    Should you eat the whole egg? Eggs for the longest time have received what can only be called, bad press. In fact, eggs received a tremendous amount of bad press for years. Yet, as it turns out, eggs, in moderation, are actually very good for you and can do wonders to improve your...
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