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Why Castor Oil Should Come Out of the Closet

Castor oil is derived from the castor bean plant and is typically a thick, pale, yellow fluid. It has a long history of use in traditional medicine. It was used by the Romans as a means of constipation relief, while the ancient Egyptians used it as a c …

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Mango Chia Seed Parfait

I’m about to expose a secret to you that most big food companies don’t want you to know—you can eat super healthy meals without sacrificing flavor. In fact, you can even make healthy desserts that are low-cal, low on the glycemic index, and full of nut …

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Stay Strong and Healthy with High Protein Vegetarian Food

Proteins are long chains of amino acids that are essential for carrying out various metabolic processes in your body. Amino acids help to breakdown, transport, and store all the nutrients your body needs: fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals, water, and …

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The Benefits of Fennel for Adrenal Fatigue

Whenever you are experiencing constant stress, your overall health can go from bad to worse. Specifically, you can eventually develop adrenal fatigue. And when this happens, you can feel completely exhausted and weak. Even worse, your body’s organs and …

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Head Injuries and Genetic Changes

Anyone who is familiar with head injuries will be well aware of the physical, neurological, and behavioral changes that occur. However, a recent scientific study suggests some equally serious and not immediately obvious—but nonetheless harmful—changes …

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Nitrate Rich Vegetables and Other Foods to Reduce Hypertension

Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is an increasing health issue worldwide. According to recent estimates, over 75 million Americans are affected. Hypertension has been linked with stroke and heart attack. There are numerous factors influencing your …

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Meal Prepping Made Simple: Great Foods that Will Last All Week

Improving your diet is one of the best things you can do for your overall health. However, it’s not as easy as it may seem. The last thing you probably want to do when you come home after a long, stressful day at work is cook a big meal. You may find y …

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Acupressure for Migraines – Your Secret Weapon Against Pain

If you suffer from migraines, you’ve probably been around the medical block a few times – starting with visits to your GP, who may have then sent you to a neurologist, who then sent you to get CT scans, only to prescribe pain medications that you alrea …

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Hypoglycemia Diet

Reactive hypoglycemia is sometimes referred to as postprandial hypoglycemia. These terms refer to a condition in which an individual who does not have diabetes experiences symptoms of hypoglycemia within a few hours of consuming a meal rich in carbohyd …

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