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  • How Your Weight Affects Arthritis

    Arthritis is a chronic disease of the joints, characterized by the damage of cartilage. The once smooth cartilage that lines all articulating surfaces begins to degenerate, causing the articulating bones to painfully rub against each other during movement. Age and genetics are factors that usually contribute to the development of arthritis. Surprisingly, there is also […]

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  • The Best Foods to Improve Digestion and Gut Health

    Your digestive system helps breakdown food that you eat to provide the entire body with energy and keep you healthy; but did you know that certain foods can keep your gut healthy and help it function better? Our digestion, to a great extent, is aided by different types of bacteria that line the intestine. These […]

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  • Is It Acid Reflux or Something More Serious

    Many people have experienced acid reflux. Acid reflux is the backflow of stomach acids into the esophagus, and is a common digestive symptom that can occur after a heavy meal, bending over the waist or lying down immediately after eating, or during pregnancy. Most of are so used to this symptom that we don’t realize […]

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  • Can Good Nutrition Save Your Life?

    Eating has become such a routine that we don’t stop to think that there are some foods out there that can actually save your life! While most foods that we eat have some form of nutrients that make up our complete balanced diet, there are foods that go beyond just the nutrient provider to protect […]

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  • Is Breakfast Really the Most Important Meal of the Day?

    “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” This is what we have been hearing from our parents and even nutrition experts for years. Let’s see if this age-old belief holds any truth and if so, how a simple meal can make such a big difference in our overall health. Never missing on breakfast […]

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