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Good Fats vs Bad Fats

Posted November 3, 2015 Good Fats vs Bad Fats

What’s this? We’re now supposed to be eating fats? Aren’t we all supposed to be striving for fats-free diets? No! It turns out now, in this week’s medical bombshell, that our bodies actually need for us to eat some kinds of fats, and to be very wary of complex carbohydrates such as starches. Who wouldda … Continue reading Good Fats vs Bad Fats

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Race and Too-High Blood Glucose

Posted October 29, 2015 Race and Too-High Blood Glucose

In our society’s present struggle to overcome our ancient legacy of racism, we’ve frequently gone to the other extreme and refused to give any consideration whatever, for different human races, to issues where they actually do differ. We’re all, whether our skin colors are white, black, brown, red, or yellow, equally likely to be smart, … Continue reading Race and Too-High Blood Glucose

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High Blood Pressure Is A Hazard For Women, Too

Posted October 26, 2015 High Blood Pressure in Women

Gals, you may still believe that high blood pressure is a testosterone-fueled male disease: That men are more dynamic and hard-charging aggressive than women, dating from way back in ancient times when men had to go out frequently, roaming far and wide, to find and kill enormous woolly mammoths just to get enough meat for … Continue reading High Blood Pressure Is A Hazard For Women, Too

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Magnesium Is Good For You

Posted October 23, 2015 Magnesium benefits

Magnesium is a lightweight metal, number 12 in the periodic table of chemical elements. It is one of the commonest elements in the Earth’s crust, and also in seawater. Human bodies need the most Magnesium, by weight, of any essential mineral — 300 to 400 milligrams every day, for adults. Fortunately, it is a common … Continue reading Magnesium Is Good For You

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Companion Pets Thrive on Pet-Sentials

Posted October 21, 2015 Companion Pets Thrive on Pet-Sentials

Several different types of animals can be companion pets for people, including dogs, cats, ferrets, rabbits, hamsters, and — for people with big lots or country acreage — even horses and goats. However, it’s usually perceived that carnivorous animals are smarter than herbivorous animals, and have more-developed emotions; dogs, cats, and ferrets, the carnivores just … Continue reading Companion Pets Thrive on Pet-Sentials

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Peeing Away Essential Vitamins And Minerals?

Posted October 19, 2015 Peeing Away Essential Vitamins And Minerals?

“Diabetes mellitus,” the formal scientific name for the human ailment of Diabetes, originated in Ancient Greek as two words, that when combined translate as “to pee honey.” It has also been characterized as “turning the flesh into urine.” CLE Holistic Health Naavudi is a useful herbal preparation that can help Diabetics to keep their serious … Continue reading Peeing Away Essential Vitamins And Minerals?

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Are You Getting Enough Vitamin D?

Posted October 15, 2015 Vitamin D

Importance of Vitamin D Human beings — aka ‘naked apes’ — have evolved during approximately the last six million years. During almost all of that period, until quite recently, our ancestors spent most of their waking hours outdoors, in tropical regions of the Earth — buck naked, like their other primate relatives. And over time … Continue reading Are You Getting Enough Vitamin D?

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Fruit Juice 101

Posted October 13, 2015 Fruit Juice Health Benefits

Fruit juices are widely considered to be healthy drinks, and some of them certainly are. But keep the following points in mind, when you’re buying prepackaged fruit juice products at your local grocery store: Look for container labels claiming ‘100% juice’ — that’s a start. Furthermore, avoid products with labels showing any ‘high-fructose corn syrup‘ … Continue reading Fruit Juice 101

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Why Does My Body Need All of Those Metallic-Sounding Things?

Posted October 5, 2015 Macro Minerals and Trace Minerals in Food

Surprise! In addition to vitamins, which you probably are well aware that you need, your body needs a whole host of minerals: metals — in the form of positive ions — along with some non-metals — as negative ions — in order to function properly. Many of these ions are needed just in really tiny … Continue reading Why Does My Body Need All of Those Metallic-Sounding Things?

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So You Think That You’re Too Young to Have High Blood Pressure?

Posted October 1, 2015 You're Not Too Young to Have High Blood Pressure

You still better have it checked, every once in a while! A recent United States National Institute of Health study found a disturbing increase in blood pressure among young adults, having risen up to 19% of them: https://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/magazine/issues/fall11/articles/fall11pg10-11.html Blood Pressure Readings Your Blood Pressure is the force being applied to the walls of your arteries … Continue reading So You Think That You’re Too Young to Have High Blood Pressure?

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