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Insomnia smoothie: Here’s how to bust sleeplessness for good

Most people drink smoothies for breakfast or after a workout. But did you know that a dinner smoothie made with sweet potatoes can boost your gut health and relieve insomnia? Why sweet potatoes are good for you Sweet potatoes are one of the best foods that promote a good night’s sleep. They are full of potassium that helps muscles relax. The root […]

gut health

Ice cold water, everyone’s go-to, isn’t so great for digestion or gut health

It’s important to stay hydrated by drinking a lot of water throughout the day. But can the temperature of your water affect your digestive health? According to experienced practitioners of Ayurveda, drinking ice cold water can be bad for you. But do the results of Western studies say the same thing? Ayurveda and the possible side effects […]

healthy hair

Nutrition for lovely locks: Make your hair thicker naturally

Maintaining hair health goes beyond just using natural hair products — although those can be helpful, too. If you want to keep your hair thick and shiny naturally, follow a healthy diet and avoid using shampoos and conditioners that contain harmful chemicals. Hair health basics According to Andi Scarborough, stylist and co-owner of Framed salon in Santa […]

survival skills

10 Survival skills everyone needs to know

As a prepper, you need to remember that survival skills are just as important as your supplies and gear. Even if you only have basic tools in your bag, having these 10 crucial skills will allow you to survive out in the wild. (h/t to TheRealSurvivalists.com) (1) Firestarting If you know how to start a fire using […]

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Make a list and check it twice: “Dirty Dozen” list of fruits and vegetables CONTAMINATED with pesticide residue

A healthy diet contains lots of fresh fruits and vegetables. However, certain types of produce can also be bad for you. It’s not the produce themselves that are bad, but some fruits and vegetables may contain traces of harmful pesticides that are linked to harmful side effects. Each year, the Environmental Working Group(EWG) publishes a list made up […]

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High-fat diet associated with a higher risk of kidney damage

If you already have Type 2 diabetes, you need to learn how to properly manage your condition to avoid kidney damage. Consider the results of a new study, which determined that following a high-fat diet can also negatively affect your kidneys. The study was published in the journal Experimental Psychology. When a person has diabetes, their body is […]

Anti-Inflammatory Foods

Anti-Inflammatory Foods that Prevent Breast Cancer

Experts suggest that the most effective way to lower cancer risk is by making healthy lifestyle changes. To boost your overall well-being, maintain a healthy weight and eat anti-inflammatory foods that can also help lower your risk of developing breast cancer. According to Alexandra Rothwell, a registered dietitian and a specialist in oncology nutrition, being overweight is […]

Fix bloating and heartburn with these easy-to-digest foods

Fix bloating and heartburn with these easy-to-digest foods

Digestive issues like bloating or heartburn can be inconvenient and even painful, but knowing what kinds of food to eat can ease the discomfort that they cause. If you often suffer from these conditions, add more easy-to-digest foods to your diet. Foods that can relieve digestive conditions Various digestive problems like bloating, Crohn’s disease, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), or […]

marigold

Study shows Mexican marigold can be used as a natural herbicide

Chemical herbicides often cause more harm than good, especially since they can pollute farm soil and water sources. These substances can also be harmful to the health of the people who handle them. To address this concern, a team of researchers conducted a study to determine if Mexican marigolds (Tagetes erecta L.) can be used […]

Diabetes

Earlier diabetes diagnosis results in higher risk for other life-threatening diseases including cancer, heart disease, stroke

Even though Type 2 diabetes (T2D) was previously regarded as a disease that usually affected older individuals, the global epidemic of obesity has seen diagnoses soar among young adults, adolescents and even in young children. According to a study, “the earlier a person is diagnosed with T2D, the higher their risk of death from heart disease and stroke.” […]