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End Struggles with Diabetic Diet to Eat Well with Diabetes

End Struggles with Diabetic Diet to Eat Well with Diabetes

Managing blood sugar to prevent prediabetes developing into diabetes or preventing medical complications if you are already diagnosed, as well as simply avoiding feeling awful each day, is a struggle 29 million people in the US face. Diabetes is a disease that affects millions, not to mention approximately 8 million more who are unaware that… Continue Reading

Constipation – An Unspoken But Solvable Problem

Constipation – An Unspoken But Solvable Problem

No one wants to talk about it, but many are suffering with chronic constipation. Some constipation episodes may lead to fecal impaction, requiring professional intervention, including a hospital visit. Yep, it’s true! Constipation is a problem for about 4 million of us and leads to approximately 2.5 million doctor visits each year. We try to… Continue Reading

8 Foods to Fight Inflammation for the Health of It

8 Foods to Fight Inflammation for the Health of It

Who knew that inflammation would turn out to be such a problem for our overall health? Inflammation is our body’s way to mount a defense against a trigger, our immune response to help our body heal. When we think about inflammation, we generally think of swelling when we sprain something. Acute inflammation comes after a… Continue Reading

Abundant Burst of Summer Flavor — Herbs in Season

Abundant Burst of Summer Flavor — Herbs in Season

Going to the farmer’s market this week? Getting your fruits and vegetables at the peak of freshness during summer months isn’t the only thing to which you can look forward when you go to the farmer’s market (or even your local supermarket). Fresh herbs are in-season and packed with flavor right now, too! Herbs are… Continue Reading

6 Foods That Could be Robbing Your Memory

6 Foods That Could be Robbing Your Memory

Protecting our memories from leaving us is something most of us want to do, but how? As many as a third of adults suffering from loss of memory or dementia do so as a result of lifestyle factors rather than genetic mutations, according to researchers. That means that we can do things to impact our… Continue Reading

Personalized Nutrition Using Big Data — Have You Tried It?

Personalized Nutrition Using Big Data — Have You Tried It?

Many of us search for the magic bullet that will make us healthy, help us absorb vitamin supplements more effectively or, even better, enable us to lose weight. What if you could learn things about your own body that could affect your health and give you true actionable steps in order to achieve a healthier… Continue Reading

Time to Enjoy the Bounty at Your Farmer’s Market

Time to Enjoy the Bounty at Your Farmer’s Market

A rainbow is what you will see when you visit the local farmer’s market! Some city dwellers are fortunate enough to be able to go to a farm fresh market every week while the rest of us have to wait for the peak of the summer when the crops begin to produce. Some produce comes… Continue Reading

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