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  1. Organic Milk Has More Omega-3 Fats Than Regular Milk

    Organic Milk Has More Omega-3 Fats Than Regular Milk
    Sales of organic milk are on the rise - today, it accounts for about 4 percent of total milk consumption in the US. Organic producers have always claimed that their milk is nutritionally superior. Because their cows spend a lot more time out in pasture, munching on grasses and legumes rich in omega-3 fats, they argue that organic milk contains...
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  2. Green Drink Supplements for Proper PH Balance in Your Body

    Green Drink Supplements for Proper PH Balance in Your Body
    Today's hectic lifestyles leave little time for making healthy food choices and pollutants in the air and water are perpetually pouring toxins into the environment that have to be processed by our bodies. Years of poor nutrition and environmental toxicity eventually take a toll and we can easily wind up with a compromised immune system that zaps our energy and...
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  3. Video Blog: Fight Depression Naturally

    Dr. Christine Horner points out some natural alternatives to fight depression as an alternative to the medications that have such negative consequences.
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  4. Monosodium Glutamate (Msg): One Dose Causes Headache In Healthy Subjects

    Monosodium Glutamate (Msg): One Dose Causes Headache In Healthy Subjects
    You’re probably familiar with monosodium glutamate - also known as MSG, a very common additive in your food. Now, shocking new research has uncovered that this ‘flavor enhancer’ is very toxic for human health and can cause a wide range of adverse health effects within normal dietary ranges. In fact, a new study reveals that a single intake of MSG...
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  5. Cholesterol And Depression In The Elderly

    Cholesterol And Depression In The Elderly
    As you probably already know, high cholesterol levels and high blood pressure lead to an increased risk for heart disease and stroke. Interestingly, some types of strokes also contribute to an increased risk of depression, while abnormal blood lipid levels can raise the risk of depression in the elderly. And now, new findings by French researchers suggest that the link between...
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  6. The Benefits of Eating Arugula

    The Benefits of Eating Arugula
    The key to healthy aging is healthy eating. When you make your next salad, be sure to add lots of arugula - also known as Rocket, or Eruca sativa - that’s because a research team from Saudi Arabia have found that an extract of this salad green has tremendous gastric ulcer fighting properties. An estimated 20 million Americans experience at least...
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  7. Sleep Plays A Vital Role In Brain Health

    Sleep Plays A Vital Role In Brain Health
    Did you know that lack of sleep has been linked to obesity, diabetes, heart disease - and a greater risk of getting into motor vehicle accidents? Health experts recommend that adults sleep seven to nine hours per night. However, it is estimated that up to 30% of Americans don’t get enough sleep. And when it comes to brain health, all...
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  8. Yoga Lowers Fatigue, Inflammation In Breast Cancer Survivors

    Yoga Lowers Fatigue, Inflammation In Breast Cancer Survivors
    Practicing yoga for as little as three months can reduce fatigue and lower inflammation in breast cancer survivors, according to new research. In fact, the more the women in this randomized, controlled clinical trial - who ranged in age from 27 to 76 years and had completed all their cancer treatments before the start of the study - practiced yoga...
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  9. A Simple And Effective Diagnosis For Depression And Anxiety

    A Simple And Effective Diagnosis For Depression And Anxiety
    According to a new study, patients visiting the hospital for various ailments can be easily and quickly screened for depression and anxiety as they wait for care - and this information can then be shared immediately with their doctor. Researchers at King's College London University tested an electronic questionnaire with patients in six specialty services - rheumatology, limb reconstruction, hepatitis...
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  10. Low Vitamin B12 Levels Increase Risk Of Fractures In Older Men

    Low Vitamin B12 Levels Increase Risk Of Fractures In Older Men
    According to a new study, older men with lower than normal levels of vitamin B12 have a higher risk of getting fractures. Osteoporosis is a global affliction. Health experts are working to identify the underlying causes so as to be able to prevent this condition and lower the risk of fractures in people as they age. In this study, part...
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