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Osteoarthritis: 10 Tips for Self-Care at Home

What differentiates osteoarthritis from regular arthritis is that it typically affects joints exclusively. The disease results from cartilage breakdown, as well as the deterioration of underlying bone. Therefore, the most common symptoms can be boiled down to pain and stiffness.  At first, the incidence of these symptoms may occur after strenuous physical labor. Over time, it may become constant....

5 Ways to Rethink to Your Resolutions

We’re over a month into the New Year and many people are off and running on their resolutions…literally. Many people take the start of the new year to lose weight and exercise more. In fact, statistics show that losing weight and eating healthier are the top resolutions year after year. If you go to the gym in January, chances...

How to Quit Sugar Cravings and Balance Your Weight Loss

You’ve probably heard a thing or two about sugar addiction by now, but have you really taken to heart the warnings about the negative effects of the sweetest shade of white on your health? If you haven’t, it’s no wonder your weight loss diet doesn’t seem to be working. Sugar is a highly addictive ingredient found in virtually every...

5 Tips for Cutting Back on Animal Products and Why You Should

From meat to fish to cheese, more and more of us are passing up the animal products for a more plant-friendly diet. And there’s good reasons to do so.For starters, vegetarians and vegans, not surprisingly, tend to consume more nutrient heavy fruits and vegetables. This along with other fibrous foods like beans, tofu, nuts, and seeds, mean that a plant-based...

Quinoa is Overrated it’s All About Lentils 

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Quinoa is no slouch. It’s gluten-free and contains iron, B-vitamins, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, vitamin E, and fiber. Not to mention that it’s a complete protein that’s versatile and delicious. But it’s also SO last year. In 2016, everyone is turning their attention to lentils, the teeny tiny legume that has it all. Here’s why we love them:1. They’re...

Beat-the-Heat, Budget-Friendly Salads With Exotic Flavors

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When the weather is too hot to turn on the oven and that heavy dish of chili sounds oh-so-unappetizing, you know it's salad season! Nothing says "summer" like the fresh, crisp flavors and textures of a salad, filled with the the vibrant colors of the season's peak produce. Not only does this choice dish leave you feeling energized, but...

How to Eat a Whole Foods Diet on the Cheap

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The easiest way to look and feel your best is by choosing a whole foods diet loaded with unprocessed foods. While you already know it’s good for your health, sometimes it can be a little hard on your wallet. Fruits and vegetables, fish, lean meats, high quality dairy and other members of the whole foods family can be pricey. But not...

Simple tips to stay healthy

Staying healthy is a blessing, and if you want to stay blessed forever, you should look for ways in which you can stay healthy. There are a number of ways that can help you stay healthy. However, if you do not know much about this topic, here is a post that has a number of tips on the said...

5 Late Night Eating Myths

We’ve all heard the old wives’ tale that eating at night means gaining more weight than eating during the day. And, while that is somewhat true, most late night eating myths are nothing more than tall tales used to discourage you from enjoying that popcorn and movie at 2 AM. If you’re the type who loves to snack at...

Best Whole Foods Diets

After the winter slump, it can be hard to get back into the mindset of healthy eating. From the cold days stuck inside to munching on those holiday candies that are still floating around the kitchen, it’s easy to get in a rut with your diet and exercise. However, don’t let that stop you from keeping your body in...

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