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What’s an acidic diet? Do you really need to alkaline yourself?

by Isabel De Los Rios
alkaline diet for health

The best way to neutralize acid in the body is through the food we eat. And because it takes so much work, we need to eat a very alkaline diet to achieve good health.

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How to Fight Depression and Anxiety with Nutrition

by Dr. Josh Axe
approach depression and anxiety with nutrition

If you want to improve your mood, lower feelings of stress and reduce cravings and addictions then one of the best ways to see these benefits is to improve your diet.

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5 Ways to Relieve Constipation (No-Flow Info)

by Kelli
five things you can do to relieve constipation

Elimination. Pooping. #2. No one wants to talk about it, but we all want it. And yet, so often we don’t experience it on a daily basis, and we don’t know how to fix it and get things going again. Here are some great tips to get your flow back on.

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What Makes Belly Fat So Dangerous to Your Health?

by Kelli & Brad
dangers of abdominal fat

Belly fat is something that affects many of us. Even if we’re not fat elsewhere on our bodies, for some reason it just seems to build up on the stomach. Unfortunately, however, belly fat carries extra risks than fat stored elsewhere on the body.

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The Clear Mind Diet – Food for a Healthy Mood

by Dr. Corey Schuler, MS, DC, CNS, LN
eat right for a healthy mood

How you eat has a major impact on your mood. For those with bipolar disorder, eating right is the ticket to a healthy and stable mood. This meal plan is designed to feed and nourish the brain tissue itself, provide the raw materials for development of neurotransmitters, avoid common food allergens, and balance and regulate blood glucose metabolism.

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Gut-Dwelling Bugs Guide Weight and Health

by Craig Weatherby
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Why do some people seem more susceptible to metabolic disorders like obesity, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes? We know a few major reasons, such as unfortunate genes, nutrient-poor/high-calorie diets, and sedentary lifestyles. But these factors don’t explain everything, and not everyone who has one or more develops a metabolic disorder. New research findings link bacteria to obesity and metabolic diseases and show how plant-foods affect gut profiles.

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Cognitive Behavorial Therapy and Weight Loss

by Isabel De Los Rios
cognitive behavior therapy

I love to learn new things, and I love to share them when I think you will benefit from them. I had heard of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (also known as CBT), but I didn’t know that much about it until I did some research. Apparently, it’s a super-popular form of therapy that can help you defeat negative thinking, and I belive that everyone walking the planet could benefit from practicing its principles.

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4 Steps to Heal Leaky Gut and Autoimmune Disease

by Dr. Josh Axe
Heal your leaky gut naturally

Leaky gut syndrome is a rapidly growing condition that more and more people are struggling with everyday. This condition may be the cause of your allergies, low energy, joint pain, autoimmune conditions and weight gain.

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Cortisol & Cancer: How Lowering Stress Can Help Prevent Cancer

by Dr. Sara Gottfried
prevent cancer in the first place

The best way to beat cancer is to keep from getting it altogether. The scientific community learns more each year, but we already know some proven ways that people, even those genetically predisposed, can seriously better their odds.

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Intermittent Fasting For Women – Don’t Do It Without Reading This First

by Brad
intermittent fasting for women

If you already have enough stress on your plate, or even if you’re feeling groovy, IF may not be something you want to take on. Let’s talk about why intermittent fasting for women may need to be practiced only after special consideration.

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Yoga as Heart Therapy

by Craig Weatherby
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People assume that yoga is healthy for body and mind … and there’s ample evidence favoring that proposition. When it comes to heart disease, yoga’s effects on stress and certain specific risk factors suggest that it should be helpful.

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The Natural Sleep Cure: How to Get Restful, Rejuvenating Sleep Without Popping a Sleeping Pill

by Dr. Sara Gottfried

Our modern lifestyles get in the way of a good night’s sleep in several ways. I’m going address three of the most common sleeping mistakes people make, as well as how you can change your habits to become a master sleeper.

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Light Up Your Vision With Lutein

by Dr. Corey Schuler, MS, DC, CNS, LN
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Is your vision not what it used to be? Having a hard time seeing at night? Not ready to give up driving after dark? Perhaps lutein holds the solution for you.

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