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Limit the Lectins

Reducing our toxic load is important, especially as we reach those menopausal years as our body gets less and less efficient at removing toxins from our body. Plant lectins act as a built-in defense mechanism for plants that ensures their survival by triggering a...

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Avoid Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals

Endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) are linked to many negative health effects and it is important to avoid exposure as much as possible. EDCs lurk in food packaging, nonorganic food, nonstick cookware, detergents, cosmetics, medicines, fabrics, pesticides, carpets...

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This Visceral Tissue Affects How You Think

Visceral fat is excess adipose tissue deep in your abdominal cavity that wraps around your organs and plays an active role in creating an inflammatory response in the brain, triggering impaired cognitive function. It produces inflammatory molecules that affect the...

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Can Your Bedtime Determine Your Heart Health?

Research data found people who go to bed from 10 p.m. to 11 p.m. and fall asleep before 11 have a much lower risk of developing cardiovascular disease than those who go to bed earlier or later. Lack of sleep is associated with cardiac morbidity and mortality and...

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Junk Food Promotes Hunger and Overeating

While the food industry has become notorious for funding anti-obesity programs that focus on physical activity, research clearly shows that processed foods, sugary beverages and high-carbohydrate diets are a primary concern. Processed vegetable oils, which are a...

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What Is the Key to Japanese Centenarians’ Long Lives?

Data from a group of centenarians whose average age was 107 revealed gut microbiota that include Odoribacteraceae, which reliably produces a bile acid called isoallo-lithocholic acid, are important to preventing illness. A strong balance of beneficial gut microbiota...

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Gum Disease Increases Risk of Mental Health Problems by 37%

A collaborative study led by the University of Birmingham discovered patients with periodontal disease have a 37% higher risk of developing mental health illness. The study also found gum disease was linked to a higher risk of cardiovascular disease, cardiometabolic...

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Healthy Naturally3 months ago
In an analysis of tea bags, researchers found that those sealed in plastic release billions of plastic particles with every cup that’s brewed.

Tea is an ancient beverage, recognized for the positive impact it has on health and the important role it plays in cultures around the world. There are significant health benefits to drinking tea, so it would be wise to continue the habit, while substituting tea bags for loose leaf tea. Or buy tea in bags from a reputable company that doesn’t use plastic or bleach in their manufacturing.

I grew mint this year and drank it freshly picked every. It tasted so sweet and delicious. Before winter arrived I picked a load and dried it for my tea over the winter.

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Healthy Naturally3 months ago
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