Sedentary Lifestyle Dangers and How to Overcome It

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Wake up. Get ready for work. Sit in the car during traffic for 45 minutes. Arrive at work. Sit at a desk, check emails,...

Immunocompromised? What Exactly Does It Mean

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Immunocompromised (IH-myoo-noh-KOM-proh-mized) Having a weakened immune system. People who are immunocompromised have a reduced ability to fight infections and other diseases. This may be caused by certain...

L-arginine Benefits Heart Health and Exercise Performance

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L-arginine benefits, L-arginine (or arginine) is a type of amino acid, and as we know, amino acids are the “building blocks” of proteins. We obtain...

Ultra-Processed Foods Dominate the American Diet

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Over the past 75 years, ultra-processed foods are dominating the U.S. diet. These foods are made from cheap industrial ingredients and adapted to be...

HIIT Workouts: Major Health Benefits Plus Sample Workout Plans

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     High-intensity interval training, also called HIIT workouts, has become known in the fitness and medical world as one of the most effective means of...

Chronic Inflammation at the Root of Most Diseases + How to...

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Inflammation is now being linked to just about every health condition. What are some examples of inflammatory diseases? According to a Harvard Medical School report, “Chronic inflammation...

Berberine: The Plant Alkaloid that Helps Treat Diabetes & More

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Berberine comes from China and India, where it was first utilized thousands of years ago in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurvedic medicine. What is berberine used...

Yarrow Uses for Wounds, Inflammation and Digestion

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Yarrow, a flower in the sunflower family that’s closely related to chamomile and chrysanthemum, has been used since ancient times by cultures around the...

Heart Disease in Women: How to Reduce Your Risk

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Heart disease is the leading cause of death in America, killing one person every 37 seconds. It’s a health condition that doesn’t discriminate, affecting the...

Top 13 Foods that Lower Blood Pressure

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  Regardless of location or income level, the leading cause of death worldwide is heart disease. (1) One of the most common conditions leading to heart...