Fitness & Nutrition

How To Make The Best Granola Ever


Nothing like a simple homemade granola to fill the house with wonderful welcome home aromas! This granola is not too sweet, so you can just...

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    5 Food-Medicines That Could Quite Possibly Save Your Life

    Some of the most powerful medicines on the planet are masquerading around as foods and spices. While they do not lend themselves to being patented,... Read more

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    Tips From Jason Glass: Improve Your Golf Game by Warming Up

    The Masters just wrapped up, which means spring golf is right around the corner. The most important thing you can do to start the 2016... Read more

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    The Surprising Foods That Alleviate Anxiety

    If I told you that bacteria could alleviate your anxiety you’d probably think I was joking or uninformed. But, if you suffer from anxiety, particularly... Read more

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    The 9 Foods You Should Never Eat

    Many foods have been heavily promoted as being healthy when they are nothing more than pernicious junk foods. In the featured article, Clean Plates founder Jared... Read more

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    Older Adults Who Lift Weights Live Longer

    Older adults who strength trained at least twice a week had 46 percent lower odds of death for any reason than those who did not,... Read more

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    Your Best Shape Ever

    This week’s workout is no miracle fix to weight loss or fast track to health and fitness. Instead it will be one workout in the... Read more

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    The 12 Best Foods to Eat in the Morning

    Despite what you may have heard, eating breakfast isn’t necessary for everyone. In fact, skipping breakfast may be better than eating many unhealthy breakfast foods. However, eating... Read more

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    Gardening Is More Effective Exercise Than Going to the Gym

    By J. D. Heyes, contributing writer for Natural News In addition to enhancing your life skills and boosting your food security, there is another major benefit... Read more

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    Why Are Purple Foods so Good for You? Learn the Science of Why These Pigmented Choices Are Good for Heart, Brain Health

    By David Gutierrez, contributing writer to Natural News You’ve probably heard that purple foods — from blueberries to purple versions of foods such as potatoes —... Read more

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    Are Antihistamines Worth It Before a Big Workout?

    To cope with high pollen levels during vigorous exercise—like running the Boston Marathon—should an athlete pop a couple of antihistamines or no? There’s no definitive answer yet,... Read more

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    The Importance of Magnesium, and Top Foods That Can Help Improve Your Magnesium Status

    Magnesium is vitally important for biological function and optimal health. It’s the fourth most abundant mineral in your body, and researchers have detected more than... Read more

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    Clean 9 Detox Diet Review – What Is It and Does It Work?

    The Clean 9 is a diet and detox plan that promises to help you lose weight quickly. Diets that promise fast weight loss can be very... Read more

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    10 Protein-Packed Plant Foods

    The continuing debate over how much protein the average person needs has done little to change our hunger for it. And who can blame us?... Read more

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    After One Year, Weight Loss Gets Easier to Maintain

    Losing weight and keeping it off can be especially difficult for people who are obese, but a new study shows maintaining a weight loss for a... Read more

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    Saccaromyces, the Magnificent Yeast of Food and Drink

    Yeast is a single celled fungus that, like us, loves sugar. Just give yeast a sugar source and it literally comes to life. Because of... Read more

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    Vegetarians Are ‘Less healthy’ and Have ‘Lower quality of life’ Compared to Meat Eaters, Says Study

    Vegetarians are less healthy than meat-eaters, says a study, even though vegetarians don’t consume as much alcohol and smoke less. A study done by the Medical University... Read more

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