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Improve your well-being and boost longevity with the Blue Zones diet

Health-conscious people constantly aim to improve their overall well-being and longevity. According to an expert, one diet may be key to this goal: the Blue Zones diet. This diet, founded by longevity expert Dan Buettner, has been linked to populations with better cardiovascular, metabolic and overall health outcomes. Blue Zones are the world’s longevity hotspots According to Buettner, the Blue ...

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The healing gold: 5 Health benefits of supplementing with berberine

The gold-colored berberine has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurvedic Medicine for more than 2,500 years. It is a natural supplement isolated from the roots, rhizomes and stem bark of many plant species. Berberine belongs to a class of isoquinoline alkaloids, plant compounds with many benefits. Here are five reasons to take this healing gold every day. (Related: ...

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Positive lifestyle changes can help reduce cancer risk and boost the overall health of cancer survivors

Studies show that following a balanced diet, exercising and maintaining a healthy weight are key to reducing your risk of developing some common cancers and improving the well-being of cancer survivors. These good habits can also protect against other chronic diseases like heart disease and Type 2 diabetes. However, making changes can be difficult if you are used to an unhealthy ...

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Champions with Kerri Rivera: Dr. Grayson Dart discusses how water fasting works – Brighteon.TV

Researcher and physician Dr. Grayson Dart talked about how water fasting works during his appearance on the Dec. 8 episode of the Brighteon.TV program “Champions with Kerri Rivera.” He defined water fasting as consuming only water – minerals or supplements are not allowed, as well as other beverages such as juices, tea and coffee. Only three types of water – distilled ...

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Good habits for better health: How to support healthy digestion

Having a healthy digestive system contributes to your overall well-being. Generally, your body takes between 10 hours to three days to move food through your entire digestive system. However, if you’re feeling more tired than usual or are dealing with gastrointestinal (GI) issues, things have likely “slowed down.” If you often experience symptoms like bloating, stomach issues and feeling fuller than usual ...

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Study: Eating leafy greens reduces bone fracture risk among the elderly

Eating green, leafy vegetables that are rich in vitamin K1 helps reduce the risk of fractures and hospitalizations later in life, according to a study. The  study published in Food & Function looked at 1,400 older Australian women for almost 15 years. Its authors from Edith Cowan University‘s Nutrition and Health Innovation Research Institute found that women who ate over 100 ...

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Here’s what happens when you go on a keto diet for a week

Dieting can be hard, especially if you are used to drinking sugary beverages and eating a lot of junk food. But trying something like the keto diet offers many health benefits, from helping promote weight loss to boosting your overall health. If you have a busy schedule but are interested in going keto, the tips detailed below can help. What happens to ...

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Holistic Hernia Remediation provides natural hernia healing remedies

Is it possible to remediate a hernia without invasive surgery? The Hernia Coach is successfully doing just that with Holistic Hernia Remediation. Before reading any further, note that the following information applies only to inguinal hernia cases that have already been evaluated by a competent physician who is experienced in this particular specialty. “If an inguinal hernia has been incarcerated ...

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Adopting a healthy diet and an active lifestyle can lower your risk of heart disease

There are risk factors (often behavioral) that increase the likelihood of developing heart disease. Some risk factors cannot be controlled, but you can take steps to lower your risk by addressing the factors you can control. (Related: Predicting heart disease accurately.) Genes control every aspect of the cardiovascular system – from the strength of the blood vessels to the way ...

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Study: Daily muscle training for the diaphragm and other breathing muscles helps lower blood pressure

New study shows that daily muscle training for the diaphragm and other breathing muscles helps promote heart health, reduces high blood pressure and lessens the risk of a heart attack. “The muscles we use to breathe atrophy, just like the rest of our muscles tend to do as we get older,” explained Daniel Craighead, an integrative physiologist at the University of Colorado ...

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