Category : Diet

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Have You Considered An Anti-Inflammatory Diet?

While doctors do not know exactly what causes rheumatoid arthritis, researchers are examining the role that the diet may play in inflammation. Eating foods that fight inflammation has the potential to reduce the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis, such as pain and swelling.
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Should You Do A Keto Or Vegan Diet?

You don’t have to spend much time on social media before you’re likely to see a post about weight loss.

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Thinking Of A No-Carb Diet?

Cutting carbs may help many people shed pounds. Carbs, or carbohydrates, especially refined or processed ones, tend to convert into sugars in the body very quickly. Limiting intake of carbs may be difficult, but finding alternatives can help.
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How Much Salt Is Too Much?

Too much salt is bad for you, particulary because it is associated with an increased risk of heart problems — but how much is too much? A new study suggests that we may not have to worry so much about how salty we like our food to be.

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How Wine and Chocolate Cause Migraine Headaches

Few maladies are more miserable than a migraine headache. To add insult to injury, migraines are often triggered by the very food and drink people enjoy most, such as wine and chocolate. Now scientists believe they have figured out why this is true. It’s all about intestinal microbes and the way they interact with the chemicals in food.

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A New Way to Pack Your Lunch

Julia Mirabella is a Washington, D.C. based attorney who grew up enjoying Italian food. When the time came to pack her own lunches for the office, she began designing portable, delicious Mediterranean salads. In her book, Mason Jar Salads and More: 50 Layered Lunches to Grab and Go, she showcases tasty layered meals that fit easily in a wide-mouth jars.

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How to Live Well with Gluten Sensitivity

Gluten sensitivity is a characteristic of three conditions: celiac disease (CD), wheat allergy, and non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS). One percent of the population has celiac disease, the most serious of these conditions, and one in 1,000 people have wheat allergies. The incidence of NCGS is unknown, but it is certainly the most common of the three disorders.

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Diabetes, Diet, Energy, Exercise, Water
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Dehydration and Depression

Depression is a complex issue, with a multitude of physical and emotional causes. If you experience depression, however, or someone close to you does, you may want to consider whether dehydration could be a contributing factor.  Dehydration is dangerous not just to your physical health, but also to your emotional well-being.

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Diet, Health Studies, Natural Remedies
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Why Scientists are Praising Turmeric

If you’re a fan of Indian food, you are probably familiar with turmeric. This bright orange herb gives curry its vibrant color, and it is used in most Indian dishes. What you may not know is that Ayurveda, the traditional medicine of India, uses turmeric as a medicinal ingredient.

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3 Critical Tips to Begin Your Vegetarian Lifestyle

You’ve decided to embark on a vegetarian lifestyle. Congratulations! Whether you are hoping to lose weight and improve your health, to protect the environment, or because you are an ally of animals, it’s a great choice.

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