Rough On The Gut Foods

According to Business Insider, “Milk is a common digestive irritant in people with lactose intolerance. Artificial sweeteners might save you a few calories, but they can also wreak havoc on your digestive system.” Other digestion irritants is the skin of bell peppers and corn. Finally, and non-surprisingly, highly processed food is extremely rough on the […]

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Labour vows to ban ‘grossly irresponsible’ cartoon characters on sugary cereals to tackle child obesity crisis

Tony the Tiger, Coco the Monkey and the menagerie of cartoon mascots that adorn children’s breakfast cereals would be banished from box fronts under a Labour government, deputy leader Tom Watson has said. Refined sugar is “every bit as deadly” as tobacco, and the advertising industry’s tactic of using playful characters to appeal to children […]

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The Free Self-Care You Should Be Doing Right Now

Self care culture is currently super popular. Companies are pushing bath bomb and adult coloring books. Lifehacker, however, recently listed the free and reasonable self care people should actually be doing. They said you should feed yourself healthy food, so you don’t crave junk food. They also said you should make your exercise goals realistic. […]

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How the flu can turn deadly

Seven children have died and many more are being hospitalised as flu activity increases across the US, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Although most people do not die from the flu, young children and people with other illnesses, such as heart disease, lung disease and diabetes are at elevated risks. Experts […]

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Can’t Stand Exercising? Blame It On Science

A new study from the UK says genetic makeup can play a part in whether a person exercises or not. According to UPI, Oxford researchers found that genes play a role in the levels of physical activity people engage in. There’s an intersection between neurodegenerative diseases, mental health, and brain structure. Specifically, there are 14 […]

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Study Estimates Shortage of Insulin by 2030

A new report on diabetes is warning of a future worldwide shortage of insulin because of the increasing number of people who are developing the disease’s type 2 and require the hormone to stay healthy and alive. Faith Lapidus reports. Originally published at – [youtube_downloader_form placeholder=”Enter Video Key” button_label=”Download Video” label=”DA098uUgxMI”] ———————————————————————————————————————————————————- Insurance,Loans,Mortgage,Attorney,Credit,Lawyer,Donate,Degree,Hosting,Claim,Conference,Call,Trading,Software,Recovery,Transfer,Gas/Electicity, Classes,Rehab,Treatment,Cord Blood

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Carbs are NOT Energy Foods, But Fatigue Foods

Take Dr. Berg’s Free Keto Mini-Course: or go here: Download Keto Essentials In this video, Dr. Berg talks about how to deal or what to say to friends or family members who keep pushing this carbohydrates for your health. Doing high carbohydrates diet with all the flexibility of eating all the different food groups could […]

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Did ? She Really Get Ab Implants?!?Farrah Abraham

Subscribe: Facebook: ——————————————————————– It’s been almost a year since Farrah Abraham got fired from Teen Mom OG , but the former reality star had has no trouble keeping busy during that time. Unfortunately, her favorite pastimes these all days have to do with violence. Yes, Farrah has always been an angry person but she’s never been […]

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Low Protein on Keto is Dangerous

Take Dr. Berg’s Free Keto Mini-Course: or go here: Problems with High Protein Diet: Download Keto Essentials In this video, Dr. Berg talks about the problems of consuming not enough protein on ketogenic diet. It is recommended to take 3 to 6 ounces of protein each meal. Hypoproteinemia is a condition where you have low […]

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