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Natural Health and Wellness

Natural Health and Wellness

We promote natural health and wellness by encouraging appropriate medical care, eating a plant-based diet, regular physical activity, a healthy mindset, stress management, sleep, non-toxic environment, healthy relationships, etc.

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Hey there peeps! It’s Dr. Nicolle here! Quick question… Have you heard of the ERC program? Actually it’s called the Employee Retention Credit program? Well… I wanted to ask you all about this because I just heard about this last week. The PPP and ERC ProgramsSo, as you know, the government created the PPP and the ERC…
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11Glucosamine and Chondroitin for Osteoarthritis
Hi! It’s Healthy Supplement Sundays! Do glucosamine and chondroitin relieve pain from arthritis of the knee, hip, or hands? Are they safe? Read this NIH fact sheet to find out. I would love to give you a free resource sheet to support your overall wellness. Click the button below to receive your gift.  I really wanted to talk about…
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11Top Tips from Experts to Avoid Food Allergen Cross-Contamination
If you have food allergies, it’s crucial that you avoid cross-contamination. Whether you’re allergic to peanuts, wheat, or another product, these tips will help you stay healthy and avoid trips to the hospital. Cross-contamination is especially dangerous if you have severe food allergies. Follow these techniques to avoid eating anything that may be contaminated with the food…
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At one time or another, most of us will experience a scary, unnerving health event. Even if you are frightened and uncertain, you must figure out how to move on. You’ll have to find your path through that health crisis as well as learn how to move forward in meaningful ways. Try these strategies to help…
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11Everyday Activities to Protect Physical Health
Does your body ever feel stiff or sore? As we go through the motions of our often sedentary activities, it can be easy to forget that our bodies need tending too. With just a little conscious thought, you can increase your physical well being today. Incorporate these easy activities into your daily routines to help keep…
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Do you regularly experience annoyance, frustration, irritation, or anger with other drivers? When you’re driving, it’s vital to be able to keep your cool. Controlling your emotions ensures a safe, enjoyable trip for you and your passengers. Consider these strategies for successfully managing your emotions when you drive:Remind yourself you’re in control of yourself and your…
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Menopausal weight gain can have consequences more serious than outgrowing your favorite pair of jeans. Find out how middle age spread affects your body and what you can do about it. Facts about Menopausal Weight GainUnderstand estrogen.As estrogen levels drop during menopause, your metabolism slows down. Your body burns fewer calories and stores more fat.Watch your…
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A woman of any age can get type 2 diabetes, but it is no surprise that it does tend to be more common for older women. If you are of senior age, you might have a higher concern about having diabetes, and experiencing some of the related complications. Take a look at the following information…
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11Healthy Lunch Ideas Your Coworkers Will Want to Steal
When you bring lunch to work, do your coworkers run away because of the smell? Or, do they wish they could steal your lunch? If you try these ideas, you’ll be the envy of the office. Plus, they’re nutritious and healthy! Lunch doesn’t have to be boring, bland, expensive, or unhealthy junk food! Try these healthy lunch…
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11PCOS and Diabetes in Women
Diabetes can be linked to many different medical conditions, where you might have a condition like high blood pressure along with diabetes, especially in the case of type 2 diabetes. For women, one of the most common links is between PCOS and diabetes. PCOS, or polycystic ovarian syndrome, causes cysts in your ovaries which can…
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11Discover In-Season Foods That Benefit Your Health and Budget
Eating seasonal foods is a healthier choice. You can eat in season by selecting food that is growing at the same time you’re shopping. Eating in-season foods is a wise decision that helps you strengthen your health and save money. Consider these facts about seasonal foods: 1. Eating in season adds variety to your diet.…
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Do you want to ensure that your wishes and beliefs are upheld in your medical care? Advance health care directives instruct others about your wishes concerning medical treatment, should you become unable to communicate them yourself.Documenting your plans can give you greater peace of mind and make decisions easier for your loved ones in potentially…
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11Vitamins And Minerals For Women
Your body needs vitamins and minerals for good health. There are some vitamins and minerals that women need more of than men do. I would love to give you a free resource sheet to support your overall wellness. Click the button below to receive your gift.  I really wanted to talk about this topic today because your…
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11Image of Treatment for Women with Diabetes.
When you first get diagnosed with diabetes, your doctor is going to provide a lot of information about managing your disease. This includes treatment options from monitoring your blood sugar and taking medication, to changing your lifestyle. Here are some treatment options available for your diabetes. Medical TreatmentsThe first set of treatment options to know about…
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When you were a child, you probably made yourself dizzy sometimes just for the fun of it. Now that you’re grown up, you may find that it’s no longer a laughing matter. In fact, dizziness is one of the most common and complicated medical complaints.Learn how to distinguish between the main varieties of dizziness, and…
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If you are a woman with diabetes, it is essential that you see your doctor regularly and follow all recommendations to help manage the disease. You also need to be aware of the potential complications, which are much more common if you don’t follow your doctor’s orders. Here are some complications to be aware of. PCOS…
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The most common image of meditation is one of a monk in a religious experience. However, meditation is actually a practice that anyone can do to improve mind function and overall health. Meditation has been proven to reduce stress levels and it can even help with conditions such as high blood pressure. Once you’ve become more…
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Many of the risk factors of getting diabetes, both type 1 and type 2, are similar to men. However, there are some instances whereas a woman, you might have some different risk factors. By knowing these risks, you have a good chance at avoiding diabetes, particularly with type 2 diabetes. Type 1 Diabetes The first…
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Retinal detachment is difficult to prevent, but prompt treatment may save your vision. Get familiar with how your eyes work so you can recognize symptoms that require emergency care and give yourself the best chance of a full recovery. The Facts About Retinal Detachment1. Get to know your retinaThe light-sensitive tissue lining the back of your…
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One significant way diabetes can be different in a woman is when she is pregnant. This is not just gestational diabetes, which a woman can get only while she is pregnant, but there are also risk for women who have type 2 diabetes before becoming pregnant. Becoming Pregnant with DiabetesThe first thing you should know about…
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There’s a huge difference between sleeping and resting. It’s possible for you to go to sleep at night, but wake up feeling like a train ran over you. That’s because your sleep wasn’t restful.Your goal is to sleep soundly when your head hits the pillow. If you’re unable to achieve that feat, then it might…
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I am always asked what tools and resources I recommend to help you reach YOUR health goals. Although these products ARE NOT NECESSARY FOR SUCCESS, I find them very helpful. Here is the ever-growing, always updated list for you. Tools for COVID-19 PreventionCOVID-19 VaccinesCOVID-19 vaccines are safe, effective, and free. Get the vaccine: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/N95 MasksWhile…
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If you are a woman and you fear that you might have gotten type 2 diabetes, you shouldn’t delay getting tested by your doctor. However, before you do that, it is good to look at some of the common signs and symptoms of having diabetes. Here are some common early signs that a woman has…
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Emotions can bottle up inside you, but you don’t have to let them. You can master your thoughts, feelings, and emotions and learn to let them out in positive ways, so they don’t cause you stress and harm.One of the best ways to improve your health and handle your emotions is by expressing your gratitude.…
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Type 2 diabetes is something that affects both male and women fairly equally, though it can be a little different for women. One way it is different is based on what occurs when a woman is in a certain stage of her life. Here is what you should know about diabetes in women, and during…
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Surprisingly, it’s very possible that the choices you make in your wardrobe are working against your good health. Bear in mind that designers aren’t in the business of making clothing safe. They’re in the business of making them attractive to the consumer. Making these wardrobe changes can eliminate health issues that your clothes may already be…
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Most doctors and health professionals will agree: there are no foods that are healthier than vegetables. Trouble is, most people find that eating vegetables on a daily basis is challenging. Think back to when you were a child, slapping the broccoli out of your parent’s hands. You weren’t into veggies in the first place. Getting into…
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Since diabetes is caused by high amounts of sugar being in your blood, sticking to a low-carb diet with very low amounts of sugar is often recommended. Take a look at this information about being a woman with diabetes and sticking to a low-carb diet. How Low-Carb Diets HelpThe reason many people with diabetes or pre-diabetes…
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Fiber intake is the key to successful aging according to a recent study from Australia. Seniors with the highest intake of fiber had an almost 80% greater chance of living a long and healthy life. Even the scientists were surprised by the results. Fiber had a greater impact than any other dietary factor they studied, including…
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Bad habits have a profound effect on your life. But habits can be challenging to change since they aren’t based on thoughtful choice, so it’s difficult to use logic to change your behavior. They require a multi-facet approach. If you can’t shake your bad habits, try these tips to get you on the road to freedom.1.…
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4 Simple Ways to Reduce the Number of Chemicals in Your LifeHave you considered how many chemicals are around you every day? They’re in your food, water, personal care items, closets, and other things. It’s easy to forget that many products are made with chemicals that can be harmful to your health.How can these chemicals…
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Have you considered how many chemicals are around you every day? They’re in your food, water, personal care items, closets, and other things. It’s easy to forget that many products are made with chemicals that can be harmful to your health.How can these chemicals harm you?Your skin absorbs the chemicals you come into contact with…
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As a soon-to-be parent, whether having their first child or their fifth, the desire is always to experience the healthiest pregnancy possible. However, health concerns like high blood pressure, also known as hypertension, can pose significant risks. Hypertension increases the risk of developing certain pregnancy complications, especially if these issues are left untreated. Understanding the relationship between…
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During the busy schedule of your lives, many often face health issues. The tasks you perform today can greatly influence the aging process. The effects of frequent wear and tear on your body, specifically your joints, can potentially reveal its ugly head later in life. Most joint pain due to chronic wear and tear is…
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Are you permanently attached to your smartphone and constantly check it for updates? Although this device can help you stay in touch, it can also have negative repercussions on your health. Follow these tips to learn about negative effects from your smartphone and how you can prevent them: 1. Neck pain and damage.You may be adding…
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Constantly suffering from lower back pain is difficult. It’s understandable why you’d want to avoid aggravating it. In fact, you’ve probably avoided any kind of exercise at all. Sure, there are some types of exercise that intensify lower back pain. But you’ll be happy to know that, with certain exercises, you can actually get your workouts…
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Would you like to quit smoking but have concerns about gaining weight? While it’s true that the average person gains about 10 pounds, you can beat those odds. Try these strategies to tackle the two main challenges: oral cravings and a slower metabolism. Tips to Help You Resist the Urge to Eat More1. Drink more water.Plain…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about how to make time for physical health during the holiday season. During the holiday season, physical health often takes a back seat. We’re so busy with family and friends that we neglect our normal routine. That can leave you feeling run down, lethargic, and uninspired. The holidays are a time…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about adding ancient grains to your diet to reap the health benefits. Ancient grains have been found in tombs and other archaeological sites around the world. However, they still grow today and provide many health benefits. Humans have been eating ancient grains for over 10,000 years. These ancient grains are nutritional powerhouses…
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Hello and welcome to Cancer Prevention Saturdays! Today we’ll talk about breast cancer risk in American women. I would love to give you a free resource sheet to support your overall wellness. Click the button below to receive your gift.  I really wanted to talk about this topic today because you can prevent cancer by living a healthy lifestyle…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about a sure-fire process to break your addiction to electronic devices. Do you love your electronic devices? Electronic devices are very stimulating and potentially addicting. While there are some people that routinely misplace their cell phone and couldn’t care less about finding it, there are many others that won’t even go…
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Hi! Welcome to Fit, Food, and Fun Fridays! Let’s get real here… In today’s society, it’s easy to feel as though thin is beautiful, as many women have been taught from an early age that being thin is the only way to be beautiful. But thin is not always beautiful. If you have been feeling insecure about…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about quitting smoking in 30 days or less. Cigarette smoking is an unhealthy and costly habit that can lead to lung cancer, heart disease, and death. Nearly one in five deaths in America is the result of smoking. According to the Center of Disease Control and Prevention, this unhealthy habit causes…
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Hello and welcome to Motivation and Mindset Mondays! Today, let’s talk about the surprising health benefits of bathing. Soaking in a warm tub doesn’t just feel good. Bath time can provide a wide variety of mental and physical health benefits. We all know how good it feels to soak in a nice warm tub – especially after…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about the surprising connection between your immune system and your personality. You might think that boosting your immune system is all about taking vitamin pills and watching your blood pressure. The truth is that protecting yourself from illness depends on your mind as much as your body. The Human Body is an…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about the surprising link between abdominal fat and vitamin D. Junk food and a lack of exercise may be the most obvious reasons for having a large waist, but a new study suggests one more factor that might surprise you. Researchers have discovered a strong connection between low levels of vitamin…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about 8 tips to boost your immune system. You might be sabotaging your immune system without even know it. Many common lifestyle habits can have a negative effect on the health of your immune system.   A poor immune system can leave you more vulnerable to illnesses like the common cold…
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Joints form the connections between your bones. Your joints help support your body weight and allow you to move comfortably. You use them for everything from bending your leg to nodding your head. Some joints, like the ones in your skull, don’t even move. Others, like your elbows and knees, carry a heavy work load.…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about detoxing with infrared saunas. Infrared saunas are the latest detox craze.   Infrared saunas promise a fast and easy way to detox your body. There are standalone saunas you can purchase for the home, or you can go to one at a spa. Are they safe and worth trying?  …
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about developing a healthy bedtime routine. Sleep is important, and it is possible to have a good night’s sleep. When you are sleep deprived, there are many negative health effects, including high blood pressure, diabetes, and heart disease. And if you don’t sleep well, it can also make you feel…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about the top 5 health screenings for men over 50. As we age, there are necessary medical screenings that should be conducted on an annual or semi-annual basis. In order to live a healthy and fulfilling life, it’s crucial to be proactive and check your body to prevent life-threatening illnesses.  …
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about some reasons why you should consider eating vegan for a week. Being a vegan has long been associated with health and wellness, and its popularity is growing, especially among those who do not consider themselves to be a part of the “lifestyles of health and wellness” crowd. And while…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about the impact of lifestyle choices on short-term memory loss. Short-term memory loss can be a serious issue, and it’s not always easy to determine the exact cause. This is why it’s important to take a holistic approach when it comes to dealing with this condition.   The brain is a complex…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about a surprising truth about secondhand smoke. Smoked cigarettes contain several dangerous chemicals, including nicotine, carbon monoxide and tar. These pose risks to the health of non-smokers, who are exposed to them every day. An estimated 7,000 Americans die every year from secondhand smoke-related illnesses.   Secondhand smoke is a serious…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about the top 3 brain-boosting spices. What do you think of when you’re considering which spices to add to your recipe? Did you know that you can boost your brain power simply by eating certain foods that are rich in certain nutrients?  As you know, spices are tasty and easy to add…
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Paced breathing beats normal breathing when it comes to managing many common health conditions or just feeling more energetic. Something as simple as lengthening each inhalation and exhalation can help you feel fitter and more at ease. Benefits of Paced Breathing1. Reduce hot flashes. Changing the way you breathe affects your body’s autonomic nervous system. Your autonomic…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about smoking cessation strategies designed especially for women. Smoking is one of the most preventable causes of death in the world, yet almost half of all smokers don’t even try to quit. Why? Quitting smoking is difficult; it’s not something most people can do on their own, and most people…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about the best natural sleep aids. Sleep is the most important thing you do for your health and wellbeing. Sleep is vital for your body to replenish, repair, and rejuvenate. Sleep is also vital for various other functions as well, such as learning, memory, and creativity. Unfortunately, many of us do…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! Today, I’ll give you a simple guide to understanding and eating healthy fats. If you want to lose weight, you probably know you should eat less and exercise more. And, like most people, you’ve probably heard that reducing your fat intake is critical to weight loss. But what does this mean, exactly? With…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about medication safety tips for seniors living alone. By staying aware of medication safety guidelines, you can avoid complications and other issues. Did you know that simply storing your medications in the wrong spot at home can affect them?   Use these medication safety tips to stay organized and healthy:…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about how to improve you life through fitness. Exercise is a great way to live a healthier lifestyle. A more nutritious diet can go a long way, but being active and staying in shape can take you even further. As enjoyable as the couch potato lifestyle is, fitness can improve…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about 12 ways to sneak more superfoods into your diet. While there’s no official definition for superfoods, most experts agree that our diet has a dramatic impact on our wellbeing. Whole foods that are low in calories and high in nutrients can help you lose weight, avoid illness, and live longer, which sounds…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! Today we’ll uncover a surprising revelation about half of what you eat. How much junk food do you eat a day? If you’re like the average American, almost 60% of your calories are coming from ultra-processed food loaded with excess sugar, salt, and fat, according to a recent study by Tufts University and…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about adaptogenic herbs and how they can change your life for the better.    Adaptogenic herbs are a powerful way to strengthen your health. If you haven’t heard of them or tried them, you’ll enjoy discovering a whole new world of benefits.   Adaptogenic herbs can literally change your life…
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What are the risks and benefits of getting an annual check-up from your doctor? Physicians and patients have come to expect the annual check-up as a routine part of care. “However, considerable research has not demonstrated a substantial benefit,” so a “revolt is brewing against the tradition of periodic” check-ups. “Even the Society for General…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! I’ll give you a 10 minute guide to communicating to seniors with hearing loss. Hearing loss can make you feel isolated and rob you of many of life’s pleasures. It’s a real issue for seniors. According to the National Institutes of Health, one in three adults between 65 and 74 has hearing loss,…
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Do mobile phones cause brain tumors? Whenever a trillion-dollar industry is involved—whether it’s Big Food, Big Tobacco, Big Pharma, or Big Telecom—there’s so much money that the science can get manipulated. When it comes to the potential human health effects of cell phone use, certainly, you might end up with a crick in your neck…
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Welcome to Diabetes Prevention Thursdays! Today, let’s talk about 7 reasons mixing diabetes with smoking is a really bad idea. Are you a diabetic? Do you smoke? Do people around you smoke? We all know smoking is a direct cause of cancer but if you have diabetes, smoking – including passive smoking, leads to other health…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about living with a chronic disease. Living with a chronic disease is difficult because of the pain, suffering, and shame that often accompanies the disease. It can be easy to fall victim to the negative mindset of “My life is ruined” or “I’m useless now,” but that doesn’t have to be…
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Just because the sodium lauryl sulfate in toothpaste doesn’t cause cancer doesn’t mean it can’t cause problems. Sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) is a common detergent used in toothpaste. It was featured in a famous Internet hoax nearly 20 years ago. Colgate toothpaste contains SLS, which was supposedly proven to cause cancer, but at least buying…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about how to eat like an athlete for better health. Athletes require a large amount of calories each day, but you can learn a great deal from their diets. Their tips for staying active and full at the same time can lead to better health.   1. Diet tips from top…
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Welcome to Diabetes Prevention Thursdays! Today, let’s talk about how a good night’s sleep can improve your diabetes. Around the time you’re diagnosed with diabetes, you may notice yourself having more issues with sleeping. This might stem from a few different causes. It may be stress from being diagnosed, it may be a poor sleep schedule,…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! Let’s see if you are getting enough essential Vitamin K. Vitamin K is an essential nutrient that your body requires for optimal health. This vitamin is necessary for proper cell function and tissue healing.   Learn more about this important nutrient:   1. What is vitamin K?  Vitamin K is considered an essential…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about some tips for living with tinnitus. Tinnitus refers to a ringing in the ears that often accompanies hearing loss. An estimated 50 to 60 million people in the US experience these symptoms, especially as they grow older. While tinnitus rarely indicates a serious condition, it can be challenging to live…
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Hello and welcome to Motivation and Mindset Mondays! Today, let’s talk about the busy women’s solution to living meditatively. If you’re juggling responsibilities at home and work, it can be difficult to carve out time to sit down and meditate. While you’re trying to organize your days, you can still start living more meditatively right now. Take…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about meatless Mondays. You probably know that a plant-based diet offers a lot of benefits for your health, but it can be hard to give up hamburgers and bacon. In fact, an estimated 4 out of 5 vegetarians eventually go back to eating meat.   There’s also evidence that making the…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about natural remedies for reducing stress. Stress is a normal part of everyday life. In fact, there are certain types of stress that are actually motivating and good for you. However, there are also bad types of stress that can build up and take over your life if you let it.…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about things you can do if you want fewer doctor appointments. Visiting the doctor is rarely fun, and it’s becoming more difficult these days. The Association of American Medical Colleges projects a shortage of about 30,000 primary-care physicians by 2025.   It may take more than an apple a day to…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about what every woman needs to know about eating healthy during menopause. Menopause is a natural part of life, but it can have unwanted consequences. Fortunately, many of these symptoms can be controlled through simple changes to your diet. Find out how to lose weight, reduce hot flashes, and protect your…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about 8 ways to enhance your brain right now. As you age, your brain ages just like every other part of your body. While a loss of your long jumping abilities might be a little depressing, it’s far more depressing to lose your mental functions. The best defense is a good…
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This is Hypertension Prevention Tuesdays! Today, we’ll talk about blood pressure in women. High blood pressure, also called hypertension, is the most important risk factor for stroke. Blood pressure is the force your blood makes against your artery walls when your heart beats. If this force (pressure) is too high, it can damage your arteries. You are…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about what you need to know about caffeine and sleep. If you’re wondering what’s keeping you up at night, it could be the coffee that you drink during the day. Caffeine is safe for most adults and can even have important health benefits. On the other hand, too much of it…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about headaches, the great productivity killer. Headaches are one of the greatest productivity killers. When you’re trying to get something done and a headache comes on, it’s game over. Even if you try to make it through, you’re not going to be nearly as productive and you’re likely going to be…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about the secret diet that fights depression. Everyone needs a nutritious diet filled with vitamins and minerals. However, you can use the secrets from top experts to strengthen your health with additional foods and supplements.   Your diet affects your mental health, too, and has a strong impact on depression.  …
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about overcoming insomnia through exercise. If you’re experiencing problems sleeping, there’s a good chance you aren’t getting enough exercise. Both mental and physical exercises are effective ways to help you experience a deeper, more restful sleep.   For some people, exercise is enough on its own to overcome their insomnia. When you…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about how to conquer tooth pain with safe home remedies. Tooth pain can be intense, but many safe home remedies will make this common ailment easier to bear until you can get to a dentist. Experiment with these easily available products and simple lifestyle adjustments to see what works for you.…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about 14 essential sleep tips for those who are sensitive to light. Modern technology makes life easier, but it can also interfere with your sleep. This is especially true if you’re sensitive to light. Find out how your smart phone may be keeping you up at night and what you can…
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Welcome to Diabetes Prevention Thursdays! Today, let’s talk about why diabetics need to improve their sleep to fortify their immune system. One of the biggest problems with diabetes is that it can have many negative effects on your sleep. It’s been estimated that at least 1/3 of all diabetics experience sleep problems as a result of…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about heart-healthy tips you don’t want to live without. Lifestyle changes can reduce your risk of developing serious heart conditions by more than 90%. That’s true even if you already have high cholesterol or high blood pressure.   If you want to protect your health but you’re still struggling to make major…
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Welcome to Diabetes Prevention Thursdays! Today, let’s talk about vitamin C as a natural barrier for diabetics against viruses. Vitamin C is an incredibly important part of your immune system and your health in general. Vitamin C deficit once frequently caused a disease known as scurvy, but low vitamin C can also cause you to have a much…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about which fast foods are the healthiest.  Sometimes when you’re out and about, you just need a meal fast. But you don’t have to resign to the fact that you’ll just have to eat unhealthy because you’ve chosen a fast food joint.   There are healthy alternatives mixed in among…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about how to maximize your healing with 8 simples steps. Visiting the doctor is always a good idea when you’re sick or injured. But think about how many injuries, colds, and other ailments you’ve recovered from without intervention throughout your lifetime. The human body has a remarkable ability to heal itself.…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about eating out at restaurants and staying healthy. Restaurants are notorious for sneaking in unhealthy ingredients. Some people think that the only way to remain truly healthy is to avoid eating out at most restaurants altogether. Or perhaps you can only eat at restaurants that are geared solely towards maintaining health. This simply…
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Promising News! There are 2 vaccines that are touted to be 90% effective, and 94% effective, from Pfizer and Moderna, respectively. They are both non-live vaccines, using messenger RNA to instruct the body to manufacture the spike protein of the SARS-COV2 virus (the virus that causes COVID-19). They don’t expect there to be any significant issues.…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about 8 simple tips to sleep like a baby. If you have trouble getting a good night’s sleep, you’re not alone. In the US, it’s estimated that between 50-70 million adults aren’t getting enough sleep. Some degree of insomnia is reported in as many as 30% of all adults.Sleep is vital…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! We’ll talk about how exercise can help you quit smoking for good. If you’ve been putting off exercising while you try to quit smoking, you may want to change your plans. Research shows that working out can help you give up tobacco for good. One study in Taiwan found that adults who exercise…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! Let’s talk about simple lifestyle changes that prevent back pain. About four out of five Americans suffer from back pain at some point in their lives. It can take many forms, but lower back pain is the most common. Fortunately, there are many simple lifestyle changes you can make to avoid an aching back. Daytime…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! Let’s unravel the latest studies about calcium and your health. Do you feel like you get enough calcium? We’ve always known that it helps build strong bones and teeth, but do you still need it after you’re grown? Perhaps surprisingly, calcium is extremely important in keeping you healthy! Calcium is an important mineral that…
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It’s Wellness Wednesdays! Let’s talk about ways to boost your health with gratitude. Did you know that gratitude can have a tremendous impact on your health? A recent study, titled “The Role of Gratitude in Spiritual Well-Being in Asymptomatic Heart Failure Patients,” found that it plays an important part in overall wellbeing. The study found that being…
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