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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Metabolically, consuming this popular ingredient is very similar to consuming alcohol. The end result: your liver is getting scarred.
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Why do Americans eat so much more now compared to in previous decades?
Research has revealed another exciting use for the amazing substance called “propolis” — this time in the fight against cancer.
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Mainstream nutrition can’t stop telling lies that may lead you straight to obesity and disease. Here’s a look at some seriously bad advice that’s been completely refuted by science.
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Too much sugar leads to obesity, heart disease, and diabetes. It dries out our skin and ages us. It’s poisonous and food companies are denying the negative effects while driving us all to an early grave.
A new study shows the sweet stuff actually causes cancer cells to grow and spread more aggressively.
Scientific evidence suggests it’s time to stop giving these dangerous blends of chemicals a free pass.
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A growing body of research suggests there may be a powerful connection between the foods you eat and your risk of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
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Do you ever wonder why some foods wreak havoc on your digestive system, while others don’t? Here’s a look some irritating foods you might want to avoid to protect your heath, and as a courtesy to nearby friends and family.
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Cocktails, cupcakes, salty potato chips, a big juicy cheeseburger. These things taste good as they pass through your lips, but what happens after they move on down the road?
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