Ladies, Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Sit All Day

Among several recent studies spotlighting the health risks of a sedentary lifestyle is one published by researchers from the University…

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Prebiotics May Help Us Recover from Stressful Events

Stressful events happen, and when they do our bodies must find a way to cope with them and maintain our…

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Exploring the Link between Gut Bacteria and Human Health

More than 100 trillion naturally occurring bacteria live in the human digestive tract, and scientists have only just begun to…

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Study: Short Bursts of Stair Climbing Good for the Heart

Do you have ten minutes to do something good for your heart this month? Researchers at McMaster University in Canada…

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Global Study Finds the World is More Obese than Ever

Across the globe, people are heavier now than ever before. The news follows a recent study led by Imperial College…

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Renew Life 3-Day Cleanse Total-Body Reset* Earns Delicious Living Award

Every year Delicious Living magazine asks for product nominations from natural retailers, manufacturers, and their readers in order to select…

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Ladies, This Type of Diet is Good for Your Bones

The Ohio State University recently published a study in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Density. In it, they point…

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Does Drinking Coffee Help You Live Longer?

More than half of all adults in the United States drink coffee every day. Now, a new study shows the…

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Eat Better, Poop Better—Helpful Tips for Better BMs*

We’ve all heard the expression “You are what you eat,” and something similar can be said about our bowel movements.…

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High-Fat Meals Cause Immediate Changes in Healthy Liver Function

German scientists caution that eating just one meal loaded with unhealthy fats causes immediate changes in liver function that may…

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Quick Tip for American Heart Month: Be Mindful of What You Eat

Do you sometimes skip breakfast? Or grab a not-so-healthy lunch on the go? New advice from the American Heart Association…

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Study Explores Link between Diet, Weight, & Gut Bacteria in Dogs

More than half of all dogs in the United States are overweight or obese, a reality that puts their health…

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Study Finds U.S. Kids are Eating More Low-Calorie Sweeteners

Parents may be interested in a new study that shows children’s consumption of low-calorie sweeteners is on the rise. Typically…

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Two New Studies Spotlight the Benefits of Staying Active

Two New Studies Spotlight the Benefits of Staying Active If you resolved to be more active in 2017, here are…

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Scientists Find More Evidence that Omega-3 Supports Heart Health

As with previous studies linking Omega-3 fatty acids with optimal health, a new analysis published in the journal Mayo Clinic…

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