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The Hidden Nutrients of Eating the Rainbow and How to Do It Right

If you look at the Standard American Diet, there’s not much variety in the color of the food. It’s made up of a lot of white, brown, and yellow foods like pasta, bread, potatoes, rice, eggs, sausages, chicken, and beef. And the cooking method usually involves frying in some kind of oil or animal fat. […]
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Causes of a Low Libido and How to Get Your Drive Back

Everyone has periods when they are not as interested in sex. This is normal, and it's also normal to sometimes have less interest than your partner. But if you have low libido for a long time, it could indicate some underlying issues that may need your attention. This can be the kind of problem you […]
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Everything You Need to Know About Monkey Pox

What is Monkey Pox? Monkey pox is a virus in the Orthopoxvirus genus along with smallpox and cowpox. Despite the fact that you probably haven’t heard about it before, it isn’t a new virus. It was first discovered in monkeys more than 60 years ago and the first human was infected with it in the […]
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A Quick Guide to New Coronavirus Variants

There’s a lot of information and misinformation going around about the different coronavirus variants, and it’s not easy to keep up with the latest advice and warnings about the virus. However, the key to keeping yourself and your family as safe as possible is to stay informed, without overloading on all the available information. And […]
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How to Stop Trigger Foods from Sabotaging Your Healthy Diet

Do you find that you manage to eat well until you’re presented with a specific type of food? And that once you see that food, you can’t stop eating it, and end up eating other foods that aren’t good for you? These foods that seem to open the door for unhealthy eating habits are known […]
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The Link Between Opioids and Mental Health: Increased Risk for Addiction

People who use opioids have a much higher incidence of mental health disorders such as depression and anxiety. Sometimes these mental health disorders are the result of opioid use and sometimes opioids are used to try to mask the symptoms of poor mental health. In the rush to rid the world of illicit drug use, […]
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The Best Fish for Brain Health: How to Reduce Your Risk of Cognitive Decline

Have you ever heard the term "brain food?" According to various literature, fish may make the best food for brain health. One study suggests that by eating fish for brain health, you may even increase the size of your hippocampus, which is your brain’s learning and memory center. And this may slow down or prevent […]
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The Top 5 Health Benefits of Hemp Protein Powder

Hemp protein powder is one of the more popular kinds of nutritional supplement for building muscle. It contains lean protein, good fats, fiber, minerals, and antioxidants. Moreover, this powder benefits your muscles, digestion, heart, and metabolism. It retains many of the key health benefits associated with hemp seeds in an easy-to-eat form. This article covers […]
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How to Deal With MTHFR and Infertility

Infertility is a growing problem in the modern world for a number of reasons. And some of them have to do with MTHFR mutations. These gene mutations are found in around 40% of the population and can impact your chances of getting through a pregnancy successfully. But while you can't change your genes, by making […]
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Sugar and Alzheimer's: The Surprising Link

From weight gain to cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, and even psychological disorders, the harmful effects of sugar can be surprisingly severe. Sugar is everywhere and affects everyone who consumes it. Research shows that sugar can even accelerate the progression of Alzheimer's in those who already have a predisposition to the disease. Here's what you need to […]
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