Looking at coconut oil in proper context

Jun 23, 17 Looking at coconut oil in proper context

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  The American Heart Association (AHA) recently announced coconut oil is bad for you. This is the same advisory organization that endorses breakfast cereals loaded with sugars and artificial additives. It’s important to look at this coconut oil advisory in context: Saturated fats have been proven repeatedly not to be bad for...

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Feminine products loaded with absorbable toxins

Jun 16, 17 Feminine products loaded with absorbable toxins

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Sadly, millions of women and girls absorb high levels of toxins every month thanks to lax manufacturing standards of tampons and sanitary pads. These products are loaded with highly absorbable industrial contaminants — the body takes in more toxins through the vaginal wall than through ingestion. Manufacturers are not required to...

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How do you really know what’s in your supplements?

Jun 10, 17 How do you really know what’s in your supplements?

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The United States enjoys liberal access to nutritional supplements. We can buy virtually any supplement from multiple sources either at the local grocery store or online. Other countries can be more stringent when it comes to access and don’t enjoy near the wide range of variety. However, the freedom around nutritional supplements...

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The best form of exercise for aging gracefully

Jun 02, 17 The best form of exercise for aging gracefully

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Aging gracefully is all about taking care of your mitochondria — the little energy factories in each cell. As we get older, their function can start to diminish, which plays a key role in aging of the body. However, new research has shown a little-known strategy to boost the longevity and function of your mitochondria — regular...

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