The Month with Heart—American Heart Month
The Month with Heart—American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month, a time to inspire hope for progress in our fight against America’s #1 killer, heart…

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2 Myths Spread by Modern Medicine [An Infographic]
2 Myths Spread by Modern Medicine [An Infographic]

In this spring’s myth-busting Public Television special, Heart of Perfect Health, Brenda Watson discusses the silent inflammation epidemic and the…

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Parents: Eat Healthy and So Will Your Kids
Parents: Eat Healthy and So Will Your Kids

As parents, when it comes to teaching our children healthy eating habits, it’s important to look at our own eating…

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Celiac Disease—Stressed and Depressed
Celiac Disease—Stressed and Depressed

According to a recent study published in the journal Chronic Illness, women with celiac disease are more likely to report stress,…

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Is Fiber The Secret To Longevity?
Is Fiber The Secret To Longevity?

Most people know that fiber is helpful for regularity and digestive health, but could fiber also be one of the…

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NEW Total DIET Success™ Supports Healthy, Lasting Weight Loss
NEW Total DIET Success™ Supports Healthy, Lasting Weight Loss

Feeling a little heavier after the holidays? Here’s some food for thought: The number of Americans who are overweight or…

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Probiotics and Prebiotics: What’s the Difference?
Probiotics and Prebiotics: What’s the Difference?

By now many of you have heard about the remarkable health benefits of probiotics. In fact, the good-for-you bacteria seem…

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Don’t Forget the Vitamin D!
Don’t Forget the Vitamin D!

We hear a lot about the importance of vitamin A, vitamin C, and those good-for-you B vitamins, but it’s not…

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Study Links Red Meat, Heart Disease in Women
Study Links Red Meat, Heart Disease in Women

Results from a recent study that lasted more than 25 years and involved more than 80,000 women ages 30 to…

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Food Label Readers More Fit than Non-readers
Food Label Readers More Fit than Non-readers

A lot of folks these days are trying to make smarter choices about what they eat. Why? Because the reality…

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High-fructose Corn Syrup Linked to Cancer Cell Growth
High-fructose Corn Syrup Linked to Cancer Cell Growth

Americans love sugar. According to the USDA, each of us consumes more than 150 pounds of added sugar every year…

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Commonly Used Toxins May Affect Healthy Pregnancy
Commonly Used Toxins May Affect Healthy Pregnancy

Expectant moms have a lot to think about when it comes to their babies’ health, like eating a healthy diet,…

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Acid Reflux? New Studies Warn Against Acid-blocking Drugs
Acid Reflux? New Studies Warn Against Acid-blocking Drugs

Each year more than 100 million Americans are prescribed acid-blocking drugs called proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) for heartburn and acid…

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Studies: Probiotics Benefit Preemies, DHA Benefits Moms
Studies: Probiotics Benefit Preemies, DHA Benefits Moms

Two new reports from the National Institutes of Health tout the benefits of natural supplementation for both premature infants and…

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Healthy Habits Start Early: Teaching Kids the Benefits of Good Nutrition
Healthy Habits Start Early: Teaching Kids the Benefits of Good Nutrition

It’s a daily struggle for moms and dads everywhere: getting kids to make healthy choices when all they want to…

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