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  • Lower Stress with Magnesium

    Lower Stress with Magnesium

    Something that is often over-looked when dealing with stress, is our dear natural mineral Magnesium. That’s right, Magnesium, is a natural mineral found in food, water and supplements and it is one of the least intrusive ways in dealing with stress.

  • Which Lowers the Chances of Depression the Most: Coffee, Tea or Chocolate?

    Which Lowers the Chances of Depression the Most: Coffee, Tea or Chocolate?

    Out of tea, coffee and chocolate, it was shown that coffee has the most effect on lowering your chances of being depressed due to its higher level of caffeine.

  • How Many Fruit Gummies Equal 1 Portion of Fruit?

    How Many Fruit Gummies Equal 1 Portion of Fruit?
    According to Nestle, you need to consume about 195 fruit gummies that say they contain real fruit juice to get the same Vitamin C quantity as one fruit portion.

  • How are Hormones Related to Weight Loss?

    How are Hormones Related to Weight Loss?

    The thyroid hormone, thyroxine, affects the way our bodies metabolize food. If it is produced in low quantities, it can cause our metabolism to slow down, therefore causing us to gain excessive weight.

  • Processed Meat and Cancer

    Processed Meat and Cancer

    Scientists in Sweden have discovered that eating just 50 grams (about the size of one sausage or 2 bacon strips or a few slices of Mortadella) of processed meat a day can raise your chances of getting Pancreatic Cancer by 19%.

  • Diets According to Your DNA

    Diets According to Your DNA

    The latest “trend” now for a diet is taking a swab of your inner cheek, sending the results off and then a “team” would analyze your DNA from the swab and create a diet “precise” for your genes. Sounds better than it actually is though.

  • The Latest Management for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

    The Latest Management for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

    It can be quite a stressful task managing something which has no known single cure: Irritable Bowel Syndrome (when your intestinal tract sometimes acts out of order, with either bloating, constipation, diarrhea or both [along with others]).

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