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Improve Your Health Ten Minutes at a Time!

Improve Your Health Ten Minutes at a Time!

Many of us are crunched by time and saddled with a variety of responsibilities. Can you build your health ten minutes at a time? Invest in Ten Minutes in Gratitude Many studies have demonstrated the positive moderate to large associations between gratitude and...

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Sesame-Flax French Toast

Sesame-Flax French Toast

This delightful French toast is egg-free and dairy-free. Ingredients: 1 ½ cup organic soy, cashew, or almond milk 2 tablespoons ground sesame and/or flax seeds 3-4 dates pitted, cut 2 tablespoons whole-wheat pastry flour, arrowroot, or other organic whole-grain flour...

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Delectable Carob Pudding

Delectable Carob Pudding

This delicious carob pudding recipe has four advantages: dairy-free, egg-free, no cholesterol, and no caffeine. Because carob is high in fiber and antioxidant phytochemicals, provides calcium and potassium, and does not contain caffeine, it is an excellent alternative...

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How to Keep Your Lymphatic System Healthy

How to Keep Your Lymphatic System Healthy

How important is the air force to your country for peace time and during war? How about the factories that produce the bombers and ammunition? An efficient lymphatic system is vital to your body's defense system.  What conditions reduce its effectiveness? What...

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The Good Carb for Diabetes and Heart Disease

The Good Carb for Diabetes and Heart Disease

You need these carbohydrate foods if you are obese or at risk of cardiovascular disease, prediabetes, the metabolic syndrome, or type 2 diabetes. Which carbs? Fiber-rich, whole-plant foods. In this blog, we examine the health benefits of soluble fiber. Soluble fibers...

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Would an Apple a Day Keep the Oncologist Away?

Would an Apple a Day Keep the Oncologist Away?

Diet can influence cancer development in both positive and negative ways. It is estimated that a healthy lifestyle and healthy dietary practices could help lower incidence of all cancers by 30-40%.((Divisi D, Diet and cancer. Acta Biomed. 2006 Aug;77(2):118-23. PMID:...

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