Monthly Archives: May 2019

What You Need to Know About Lyme Disease

Now that summer is nearly here, you may be planning to spend more time outdoors. Maybe you’ll even want your furry friends to join in your summer fun! While we encourage you and your pets to enjoy all that summertime has to offer, we want to make sure you’re aware and prepared to protect yourself and your pets from warm weather dangers. 

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Panic Attacks And Anxiety Episodes Linked To Vitamin Deficiencies In Groundbreaking Study

Anxiety is a regular a part of life for any average person. We may worry or have generally anxious feelings toward situations that arise in our everyday lives, such as an important presentation at work, new social interactions, or wondering if we can fit all of our errands into one afternoon.

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7 Things That Happen When You Stop Eating Meat

People go plant-based for lots of reasons. These include losing weight, feeling more energetic, reducing the risk of heart disease, decreasing the number of pills they take … there are dozens of great reasons! For even more inspiration, check out these other benefits you can expect when you go plant-based.

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This Is What Happens with Your Lungs When You Diffuse Essential Oils

Asthma is a disease that inflames the walls of passageways that supply air to the lungs. Inflamed airways are sensitive and complicate breathing. Common asthma symptoms include breathing problems, wheezing, coughing, and tightness in the chest. Asthma has no cure. Doctors identify the factors that trigger asthmatic attacks or symptoms in each patient and help them avoid those factors.

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Elderberry compounds could help minimize flu symptoms, study suggests


However, a recent study by a group of Chemical and Biomlolecular Engineering researchers from the University of Sydney’s Faculty of Engineering and IT has determined exactly how a popular ancient remedy, the elderberry fruit, can help the fight against influenza.

Conducted by Professor Fariba Deghani,

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Natural compound found in broccoli reawakens the function of potent tumor suppressor

Your mother was right: Broccoli is good for you. Long associated with decreased risk of cancer, broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables—the family of plants that also includes cauliflower, cabbage, collard greens, Brussels sprouts and kale—contain a molecule that inactivates a gene known to play a role in a variety of common human cancers.

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Magnesium Treats Depression Better Than Antidepressant Drugs

Currently in the world there are an astounding 350 million people who are suffering from some form of depression. That’s 5% of the world population. As this condition becomes a more popular diagnosis, there needs to be alternatives to the common antidepressant prescription. Antidepressants can work wonders and perform miracles,

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Mineral Alert: 7 Amazing Health Benefits of Selenium

Selenium Selenium is an important essential trace mineral and you may be missing out on it if you’re not eating enough of the right foods.

It’s important for immune strength particularly against viral infections, helpful for fertility, essential for liver detoxification, supports healthy cognition,

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The Clean 15

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10 depression-fighting vitamins and minerals

There’s an intimate connection between food and mood.

If you feel depressed more than you’d like, or if you just can’t seem to ‘beat the blues,’ it’s worth taking a good hard look at your diet.

Depending upon your age, one nutrient group or another may become more crucial to health.

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Discover the Wild Blue Wonder…Blueberries

Calories in blueberries?

There are 84 calories in blueberries

How many carbs in blueberries?

There are 21.4 grams of carbs in blueberries

Fiber in blueberries?

There are 3.6 grams of dietary fiber in blueberries

Protein in blueberries?

There are 1.1 grams of protein in blueberries

Along with these Daily Values for the following nutrients:

36% vitamin K

25% manganese

24% vitamin C

Did You Know?

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Sleep Science: Why You Need to Go to Bed on Time

Portrait of attractive lovely girl enjoying time in bad after sleeping lying under blanket making stretching keeping eyes closed. Good day life health concept

When considering the most important part of your week, you likely won’t think of the time you’re unconsciously drifting in La La Land, but quality sleep is foundational to a vibrant, healthy lifestyle. Whether you’re a light sleeper or a deeper sleeper, getting enough shut-eye impacts you physically,

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