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  • Redwine
    It's Five o'Clock Somewhere: Is It Good To Drink Wine?
    Sixty percent of U.S. women have at least one drink a year. Among women who drink, 13 percent have more than seven drinks per week. But with parties and social events, those who drink may have more than one drink. New research warns the harm in a...
  • Study finds Yosemite black bears prefer nuts and berries to humans
    Study finds Yosemite black bears prefer nuts and berries to humans
    The majority of studies conducted on the diet of black bears in Yosemite National Park have been the result of the examination of bear feces. Carolyn Kurle, an assistant professor of biology at the University of California at San Diego, adopted a...
  • The benefits of going gluten-free
    The benefits of going gluten-free
    Perhaps you have heard of the gluten-free diets making waves in the media right now. You may be wondering what is the big deal? What is so bad about gluten anyway? This article seeks to answer your questions and give you the information you need...
  • Pegan or Vegan?
    The Pegan Diet: A Fad or the Future of Food?
    It’s a diet that has many people divided and yet it actually is rather uniting. We are talking about the pegan diet, a blend of vegan food and the meat-filled options of the paleo diet.Now with a blending between the two, health seekers can...
  • Green Bean Salad
    Recipe: Green Bean Salad with Seared Pineapple and Shrimp
    Sick of the same old same old when it comes to summer dinners? Spice things up a bit with this Sriracha-spiked salad.I spottedthis recipe in the July issue of O Magazine, and since it’s A) not too heavy oningredients, B) chock full o’...
  • Dr. Tanya Altmann
    Back to school a time to rethink nutritional needs for kids
    Dr. Tanya Altmann offers easy nutrition tipsMillions of children and teens are heading back to school. While most parents plan ahead for clothes, school supplies and books, the new school year is also an opportunity to rethink and reenergize...
  • TEMPTATION
    Weight gain triggers
    There is a lot of talk about weight gain and weight loss these days. Let's face it, the body has become a focal point for much of society. So much of it is fueled by the media and Hollywood to the point of everyday people starting to question...
  • Diets
    Choosing the right blender for those helpful diet smoothies and shakes
    Blenders can be a useful tool for dieters. They're a quick way to mix a sugar-free smoothie, or a great tool for when you're extra-hungry and don't want to go over your calorie count.Here are some tips for choosing the right blender....
  • Healthy Hair
    Eat your way to healthier head of hair
    The key to thick and healthy hair may not be found in an expensive bottle of shampoo or a jar of deep conditioner. Your hair solutions may be found in your eating habits and food choices.Just like your body needs vitamins, minerals and other...
  • Control your weight with the Tetris diet
    Control your weight with the Tetris diet
    Diet failures far outweigh diet successes due to a number of factors such as food cravings that bomb the diet or boring meals. A new study has come across a pleasant way to keep that excess poundage off—playing Tetris on your mobile device....
  • Motivation for getting in shape and more
    Motivation strategies for getting in shape and more
    Everything you set out to do or achieve in life will come down to pain versus pleasure. In motivational and success psychology, this is now commonly known as the Pain and Pleasure principle. Basically, in order to have something you've never...
  • Low Carb Lifestyle
    Top four low carb snacks
    A small talk with people who are cutting carbohydrates will tell you that the process of including diet friendly meals from their food plan is easier said than done. This is a challenge that involves many complicated twists and turns. Finding...
  • Diet options may not always be the best for your health
    The dangers of “healthy” sugar alternatives
    Aspartame, one of the leading artificial sweeteners dominating the diet world, was actually created on accident by chemist James Schlatter in 1965. The effects of aspartame, while promoted as a healthy alternative to sugar, are proving to be more...
  • Coca-Cola funds anti-diet weight loss agenda: No exercise causes fat, not sugar
    Coca-Cola funds anti-diet weight loss agenda: No exercise causes fat, not sugar
    Research is finding more links between consumption of sugary snacks and beverages and obesity. Now Coca-Cola funds an anti-diet weight loss agenda aimed at teaching people that lack of exercise causes fat, not sugar. CBS News reported August 11,...
  • Seven a day fruit
    Meatless Monday 08-09-2015
    Vitamin CVitamin C is the most popular supplement. Vitamin C is a natural antihistamine which can prevent some common cold symptoms. This allows it to be used for allergy controls. Vitamin C can shorten the life of the cold. Vitamin C is also...
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