Browsing Category Diet & Nutrition

7 Side Effects Of Too Much Vitamin D Consumption

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

You’ve heard that vitamin D is important. It’s true that you need vitamin D to help your body absorb calcium. It’s one of those nutrients that many of us tend to be deficient in and can cause a lot of health problems, including rickets and osteoporosis. This fact leads to many people choosing to take vitamin ...

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12 Diet Tips For Individuals With Thyroid Problems

Monday, June 19, 2017

You’ve been diagnosed with a thyroid problem. Whether your thyroid is underactive or overactive, it’s going to cause a problem for your dieting efforts. Most people are diagnosed with an underactive thyroid, which means your metabolism will slow down. Weight gain is much more likely—and you likely got check for a thyroid problem because of ...

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The Ultimate Guide To An Anti-Inflammatory Shopping List

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Inflammation is a normal response by the immune system. When used properly, it can aid the healing process. However, more often than not the immune system attacks healthy cells. The immune system is confused over the cells and components that are good and bad for the body and acts thinking that it is doing you ...

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10 Breastfeeding Benefits for Moms You Haven’t Heard Before

Monday, June 12, 2017

You’ve heard all about breast being best for babies. It’s the natural method of feeding and something that will ensure babies have all the nutrients that they need. If you can breastfeed, doctors and nurses will encourage you to do this. The breastfeeding benefits focus solely on the baby. After all, your baby can’t advocate for ...

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How Stress Affects Your Cholesterol Level: Everything You Wanted to Know

Friday, June 9, 2017

You’ve heard all about how high cholesterol levels are causing ill health. More importantly, you’ve heard about how bad cholesterol is causing ill health. It affects your arteries and blood flow, putting your heart under more pressure to perform properly. Those with high cholesterol levels are more at risk of stroke, heart attacks, and heart ...

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9 Symptoms of Glucose Intolerance You Should Be Aware Of

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Could you be glucose intolerant? You’ll be surprised at some people who are without even realizing it. They suffer the common symptoms without ever thinking about them, believing them to be normal parts of life. It’s only when they suffer a major health problem that they realize those symptoms have never been good. You need to ...

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