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Seven Diet Tips & Tricks For Staying Healthy And Losing Weight

Learning how to eat healthy isn’t nearly as complicated as people think. By practicing these simple habits, healthy eating will become second nature. Eat A Variety Of Foods Many diets don’t work in the long run because they either cut out healthy food groups entirely (example, carbs) or severely restrict what you can eat. With…

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4 Ways to Break The Cycle Of Overanalyzing Everything!

One nasty habit that keeps people stuck is overanalyzing everything. Overanalyzing transforms little issues and situations into big problems and overwhelming challenges. Overanalyzing is like yeast; it makes things grow and grow and grow until something cute and small becomes monstrously huge with fangs and claws. Overanalyzing turns positive situations and relationships into negative ones…

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Hypoallergenic Dogs and Cats: Myth or Reality?

About one in 10 people have pet allergies. They cannot be in the same room with a cat or dog without sneezing or experiencing other allergy symptoms. For these people, hypoallergenic pets may seem like the obvious solution. Unfortunately, it’s not that simple. In fact, hypoallergenic dogs or cats might be a myth after all….

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How Carpets And Rugs Harm Indoor Air Quality

Carpets and rugs keep your home warm and cozy…but they can harbor dust, dust mites, fungal spores, pet dander and other allergens. Whether old or new, carpets and rugs can be a source of air pollutants, which affect indoor air quality negatively. Does that mean you need to rip them up and remodel with tile…

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Magnesium Can Reduce Stress And Help You Sleep

Magnesium is one of the most important minerals in the body but most of us don’t give it much thought. There are more than 300 chemical reactions in the body that require this mineral, and if that doesn’t get your attention, magnesium deficiency can cause physical and mental health problems. Several studies have shown that…

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Breakfast: The Most Important Meal Of The Day?

How many times have you heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day? Everyone, from talk show hosts to health care practitioners, seems to have an opinion on the matter. So let’s look at the research. How Important Is Breakfast? There are many conflicting studies on this subject. A study published in…

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How To Take Proper Care Of Your Contact Lenses

  There are forty-one million estimated contact lens wearers in the United States according to the CDC, and almost of all them practice at least one behavior that puts their eyes at risk.[1] Contacts are very convenient. You don’t have to worry about them jiggling around on your face, falling or breaking when you’re going…

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Keeping Your Bones Strong As You Grow Older

55% of Americans over the age of 50 have osteoporosis or low bone mass. That’s more than 40 million people! Osteoporosis is a condition that makes bones brittle, greatly increasing the risk of fractures. It is, therefore, no surprise that about 75% of hip, spine and forearm fractures occur in older adults, especially post-menopausal women….

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