In the U.S. and many other developed countries salt has been vilified as a primary cause of high blood pressure and heart disease.
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Salt is a natural resource that can bring numerous benefits to our body — it’s all in the quality.
Find out why health professionals across the board agree that a diet loaded with phytosterols can reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease as much as 25 percent!
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Are you getting your seven to nine hours sleep a night? Anything less and you could be setting yourself up for a whole slew of health problems you’ll surely hate later.
HoneyColony founder Maryam Henein examines green tea and its long list of wondrous effects on the body.
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Dr. Joseph Mercola investigates new research linking soda to thousands of deaths every year.
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New research shows having a positive outlook can have a major impact on how long you will live.
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The health benefits of switching from refined to whole-grain foods are well-established. But if you’re at the store, you should know that many products are often “whole grain” in name only.
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