Awareness is the first step in taking control of a situation. When it comes to preventing birth defects, these tips will increase parent’s chance of a healthier newborn at birth.
Oats are a pretty amazing food staple. Like its counterparts, spelt, rye, and barley, this grain is completely genetically modified organism-free.
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According to researchers at the Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Researchs, supplements are useless when it comes to preventing heart disease and/or cancer. So how can they explain that one study found they increased cancer-free survival rates by 77%? Get the real facts here.
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‘Enriched wheat’ has a healthy ring to it. So why do nutritionists stay away?
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