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  • Food porn index: Tracking social media posts of popular foods
    Food porn index: Innovative concept tracks social media posts of popular foods
    Good vs. evil is a war that has carried on relentlessly since the becoming of time. This war is fought in every aspect of life. Yes, it even includes health and nutrition. It’s no secret that given the current state of society (obesity,...
  • Gluten allergy vs intolerance
    Gluten allergy vs intolerance: What's the difference?
    An estimated one in every 133 Americans, or about one percent of the population suffers from Celiac disease. It is estimated that 83 percent of Americans with Celiac disease are under-diagnosed or misdiagnosed with other conditions such as...
  • Homegrown celery
    Recipe for Food Justice
    Food Day this year is October 24th and communities around the country will offer citizen action programs, food tasting events and farmer market opportunities to generate awareness of the need to make sure all our families get enough to eat. In...
  • Nothing beats cod liver oil for the brain!
    How healthy is one's brain? part two
    So, how fit are one’s frontal lobes? Is one able to challenge one’s brain in one’s everyday life? To see how effective is engaging one’s *frontal lobes in everyday life, find out by answering these questions:* Does one have...
  • Obstacle holding back CBD Oil and medical marijuana from becoming mainstream
    Obstacle holding back CBD Oil and medical marijuana from becoming mainstream
    Bear with me, I'm making this short.Having become a huge proponent of medical marijuana and CBD Oil, and having begun to read studies and case histories, I believe that standing in the way of legalization and mainstream use is the horrible...
  • Learn to be headstrong and ignore criticism on your healthy journey
    Health Quickie Tip: Be headstrong in order to ignore criticism from others
    Making a commitment to follow a more nutritious diet can be a monumental task for some people. It is even more frustrating when faced with criticizing remarks from people who do not understand the meaning of ‘commitment.’ Those of us...
  • How to make stir-fry shrimp with ginger
    How to make stir-fried shrimp with ginger as part of a healthy diet regime
    Stir-Fried Shrimp with GingerNutritional Benefits of Shrimp:•Shrimp is rich in zinc, omega-3 fatty acids, selenium, protein, vitamin B3 and vitamin D.Ingredients:4 oz. large shrimp, peeled and deveined3 green onions1 Tbsp. vegetable oil1 Tbsp...
  • Common 10 food allergens
    Free Online Food Allergy Wellness Event
    A few months ago I received a call from a fellow food allergic, Crystal Sabalaske. She manages her own food allergies and special dietary needs on top of her children's food allergies. She is a busy, business owner of a company called...
  • Build Your Body
    Building Mass When Hitting a Plateau
    Have you been spending hours at the gym, over-training your muscles and obsessing over pumping out 15 reps each day to gain weight? If so, there could be a number of obstacles in your way for achieving your dream body. Gaining mass has more...
  • Jeans for every body type
    Get the Perfect Jeans According to Your Body Type
    Every woman needs to own the perfect pair of jeans. It’s multifunctional and can be paired easily with almost anything. However, finding the right pair can be challenging. Yes, you have shopping malls or enewstore.com where you can do your...
  • Nothing beats cod liver oil for the brain!
    How healthy is one's brain? part one
    When it comes to one’s brain, memory is not necessarily the most important measure of brain health. According to Dr. Sandra Chapman, a cognitive neuroscientist, no matter what your age, there are ways to improve one’s mind. However,...
  • 4 fall foods you didn't know you could eat
    4 fall foods you didn't know you could eat
    Autumn is full of vibrant colors, hearty, soul-warming dishes, and festive decorations to celebrate the changing of the seasons. While apples, winter squashes, and root vegetables may be the staple items when it comes to autumn produce, there may...
  • Healthy diet
    Staying healthy as you get older
    Staying healthy as you get olderOne of the hardest things to do as you age is to keep active. It would seem intuitive that since you were active in your 20’s through 40’s you would just continue to stay active and everything would be...
  • Preventing breast cancer with diet
    Preventing breast cancer with diet
    They always say you are what you eat. The food consumed could actually help you stay healthier longer. Now a days there is an organic food trend going on and everyone believes that eating only organic is better for you, but when fighting a disease...
  • Are these weight loss myths making you fat?
    Are these weight loss myths making you fat?
    Weight loss is a multi-billion dollar business. We look for fast weight loss, healthy weight loss, and easy weight loss, but the truth is that in our quest to lose weight we often succumb to dieting and weight loss myths that are none of the above...