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Are You Showing Symptoms of Bad Breath?

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Do you have a bad breath that never seems to leave despite your best efforts? No doubt the scent has embarrassed you a couple of times. The look of utter repulsion on people’s faces when you speak is what you often have to deal with now. Well, resorting to not speak to people is not […]

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Kale – The Superfood With Many Health Benefits

Kale Superfoods

Kale is a dark green leafy vegetable that has never been as popular as other green leafy vegetables. But in the last few years, this has really started to change. Nutritionists have been studying the nutritional value of kale and declared it the ‘number one superfood’ and the ‘Queen of the Greens’. This positive publicity […]

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How can we get kids to eat more vegetables?

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American toddlers are more likely to eat french fries than vegetables, a new survey shows (Natural News) If you have kids, one of the most difficult things to do is to feed them vegetables. Different strategies, such as repeated food exposure, food adaptations, mealtime adaptations, social factors, nutrition education, and mixed-methods interventions, may help you get […]

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How to Stay Healthy and Fit As You Age

Stay Healthy and Fit

There’s an old saying, “Everybody wants to live forever, but nobody wants to grow old.”  Then there are maxims like ‘Age is mind over matter’. ‘If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter’ or ‘Age is just a number.’  While all this sounds well and good, still,

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Does Your Genetics Play A Role When Preventing Diabetes

Being proactive and reducing your risk factors is the surest way prevent getting Diabetes. Being proactive with your health simply means that when it comes to issues that affect your health, you must

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Can You Reverse Diabetes?

A great way to manage diabetes naturally, without having to rely on medications is to get plenty of exercise. By exercising regularly, you will burn calories, which will result in a healthy weight. Exercising will also help your body respond to insulin, which is key to controlling diabetes.

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