Fitness Fights Cancer!

While difficult in the moment, exercise helps you feel better pretty much right away. And though it may be tricky to coax yourself out of bed and into your workout clothes, pushing through that wall can reduce your risk of disease—including cancers—significantly

  

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Common Milk Protein Tied to Heart Disease

Casein is a protein found in milk, cheese and other dairy products. Protein powder supplements containing casein are identified as a "slow-acting protein," used to prevent muscle breakdown.1 What they don't tell you is that some forms of casein have been linked to a myriad of diseases, including cancer.

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Use Ashwagandha to De-Stress, Prevent Disease and Fight Cancer

Today, our lives are a bit stressful. We have to juggle jobs, families, social lives, bills and more. It can be hard to relax, and the resulting chronic stress takes an undeniably harsh toll.

Putting this kind of stress on your body and mind often leads to serious health issues like high blood pressure, anxiety, insomnia and neurological diseases.

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Sugar, Artificial Sweeteners Worsen ADHD

Processed, sugar-laden foods have been constantly linked to increased rates of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Every expert acknowledges the fact that sugar is devoid of helpful nutrients. The negative impact sugar has on learning has been a major cause of...

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How Toxic is Your Bedroom?

Sleep is the time when your body attempts to repair and restore itself from the day’s onslaught of stressors, toxins, chemicals, junk food and other adversaries. What you may not know is there might be many toxins lurking in your bedroom. These toxins are ...

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Most Soy Hazardous to Your Health

Soy-based food products continue to be marketed and sold as healthy choices, despite research to the contrary. The soy bean itself is a natural food. Unfortunately, it has become one of the most genetically modified crops in the industry.

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Exercise Builds a Healthy Brain

Too few people realize how exercise benefits the brain. The University of Colorado Boulder recently discovered that even a minimal amount of exercise can improve brain function while protecting against brain damage and memory loss.

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Staying Active to Stay Alive

“Get moving or die!” This was the message shouted loud at the 58th Annual Meeting of the American College of Sport Medicine. People who sit in front of the television will die before the rest of us. Although that sounds exaggerated, it’s a truth supported by research

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Stress: Managing America's Most Common Toxin

Stress increases your body's toxicity. But chronic stress that is not addressed can have devastating long-term health effects including high blood pressure, dementia, depression, heart problems, inflammation and increased risk for some types of cancer.

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