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Quickly Get Back On Track After Thanksgiving

Quickly Get Back On Track After Thanksgiving

If you are like most people, Thanksgiving is the one day of the year you throw caution to the wind when it comes to your diet. You indulge in rich casseroles, gravy and deserts that you normally would not eat. While all of this rich… More

Best Foods for Thyroid Health

When it comes to your body, a properly functioning thyroid is more important than you may realize. It serves many functions such as regulating your metabolism, the beating of your heart, and your internal body temperature. For most people, the…

6 Natural Ways To Stop Excessive Hair Loss

Hair loss can be an emotional journey to which people want to find a cure or prevention. While there are some products on the market that claim to help slow down or stop hair loss, there are also some natural…

7 Foods That Will Naturally Improve Your Mood

Are you under a lot of stress at work? Are you suffering from anxiety, depression, insomnia or other mood-related troubles? You don't have to rely on pills or crazy fad diets to help you get your life back on track.…

How To Lose Weight After 40

Once you reach a certain age, it feels like it’s increasingly difficult to lose weight. It especially feels that way by the time you are in your 40s. However, in reality, you can lose weight no matter what your age.…

How To Lower Your Cholesterol

Your cholesterol levels should be checked at least every 5 years to be sure they are within normal limits. Cholesterol levels over 240mg/dL are considered to be high. However, there are ways to reduce your cholesterol levels with lifestyle changes.…

Control Your Diabetes With These Tips

If you have diabetes, you know the importance of controlling blood glucose levels. Letting your blood sugar fluctuate can lead to serious complications such as heart disease, kidney problems and stroke. However, there things you can do to control your…

Listeria: What It Means For You and What Foods Are Most Likely To Contain It

Listeriosis is a food-borne bacterial infection caused by the bacterium Listeria monocytogenes, an important disease because while most healthy people are unaffected by listeriosis, immunosuppressed people (diabetic, HIV positive, etc) and the elderly or newborns are at risk of death from…