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Stuck sitting all the day

Stuck sitting all the day?….Here’s help!

Millions of people around the world have a job in which they sit most of the day. All of them have experienced those moments when they get up from a sitting position and their butt feels numb and hips feel so tight that they have to lean forward at the

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Saturated Fat Is Good

The saturated fats are considered as artery clogging, obesity-causing poison. A  lot of people who want to improve their diet start by purchasing skim milk, ditching their egg yolks and beginning a life free of steak, pork, and butter.   The first publication of “The Seven Countries Study ” in 1970 showed a

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Women Health And Hormones

According to the 2009 Bio Cycle Study, Funded by the National Institutes of Health,two primary findings of women hormones were yielded: One, that women who experienced untreated hormonal issues( Premenstrual Syndrome and infertility) prior to menopause were more likely to develop diseases of inflammation (diabetes, heart disease, and cancer) later in life. And

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SAY NO TO MULTIVITAMINS

Three studies published on Monday bear the following hand-to-open-mouth news: 1. Multivitamins do nothing to stave off cognitive decline associated with aging. Multivitamins offer no benefit in preventing heart disease, cancer or early death. 3. High doses of multivitamins did not help prevent a second heart attack. Harvard researchers examined a subset of nearly 6,000 male

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WHEAT INTOLERANCE

WHEAT INTOLERANCE

Wheat intolerance generally affects children under the age of 3, but adults can have a wheat allergy, too. Someone who has a wheat allergy has an allergy to a protein in wheat. THE MODERN WHEAT Modern wheat differs from its origins as the result of intense cross-breeding. It has turned the crop into something neither

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Nails

NAILS- A WINDOW TO YOUR HEALTH.

Nails are big business today. But pretty nails don't always mean good health.  Because of their partial transparency, many health conditions are very visible in the nails. Even nail-biting can be an indicator of mental health.  People who are more anxious or obsessive compulsive do tend to bite their nails

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