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Probiotics are also called "good" or "helpfu;" bacteria.
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Tea, derived from the plant Camellia sinensis, is packed with benefits that can positively impact your health in both the short and long term.
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Regular physical activity can raise HDL and lower triglycerides.
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Researchers found that the mixture of fructose and glucose in high-fructose corn syrup was more unhealthy than sucrose, or regular table sugar in mice. The fructose-glucose diet reduced both reproduction and the lifespan in female mice compared to sucrose diet
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If you want to protect your heart, you need to increase your HDL. You can do that by eating avocados.
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Now that we’ve officially said goodbye to 2014, you may want to set aside collecting stamps for Starbucks planners and bring more attention to what is considered as the next big thing for this mega coffee shop. It’s called flat white.
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Here is a traditional American cuisine plan for 1,200 calories, as prepared by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLB).
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The influence of Western eating habits and food around the world can lead to bad health and can be detrimental to the environment, says a new report from the journal, Nature.
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It is 2015 and yes, US News and World Report have ranked the best diets this year. This complication has been running for five years now and Forbes gave a summary of the said report.
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Are you thinking of doing Paleo or removing carbohydrates out of your life? Hold on first. A new study suggests that whole grains may actually help you achieve longevity.
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Studies have found that compared to a high-carbohydrate breakfast, eating a high-protein breakfast decreases hunger-inducing hormones throughout the day.
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Physicians who treat cancer patients should discuss the use of herbal products and other supplements with their patients. Yet oncologists rarely bring up the subject with their patients.
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