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    Small Diet Changes That Make a Big Difference

    We all want to be as healthy as possible – but it’s easier said than done. It can be difficult to completely change your diet or cut out the foods you love. Fortunately, there are little things...

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  • Tropic Breakfast Smoothie Bowl

    By Veronica Shah─ If you have never eaten a smoothie bowl before, you really should. The great thing about them is that you can mix and match lots of different ingredients, which leaves you with a nutrient...

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  • 5 Underrated Fruits and Vegetables to Try This Fall
    5 Underrated Fruits and Vegetables to Try This Fall

    By Allegra Gallian– Autumn is officially here, and the changing of the seasons provides the perfect opportunity to try out new recipes. Chillier weather usually has us reaching for hearty comfort foods, but these meals aren’t necessarily...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • 8 Foods That Can Help Boost Your Memory

    By Tamekia Reece – Think there’s nothing you can do to slow down age-related memory loss? Think again. Although there isn’t a surefire way to prevent yourself from experiencing any decline in memory, there are things you...

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  • Prep Your Body for the Holidays with 5 Easy Cleanses

    By Roxanne Oliver− Detoxification, or cleansing means eliminating toxic substances commonly found in the food and cleaning your kidneys, liver and colon. You can detoxify daily by not eating after sundown, weekly, monthly, or at the turn...

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  • How to Ensure the Elderly Consume Healthy Snacks Each Day

    By Delan Cooper− One: Flavored Yogurt Nutritious snacks for the elderly are a vital part of their daily food plans because many seniors need to consume small portions. Flavored yogurt is a simple snack that is loaded...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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  • How to Make Burgers Healthier

    By Jessica Remitz for Discover and Play− Just because Labor Day has come and gone doesn’t mean you have to pack up the grill — or settle for a humdrum burger. From condiments and toppings to the...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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    Time to Think Blood Sugar – Diabetes Week 14-20 June 2015 (UK)

    Diabetes Week takes place from 14-20 June 2015 and aims to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of the condition. Around 3.2 million people in the UK have been diagnosed with diabetes and by 2025, it...

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  • Your Favorite Warm Weather Foods, Only Healthier

    By Vanessa Voltolina for Discover and Play− Besides sunny days and wearing fewer layers, warmer weather also has us looking forward to spring and summer foods like grilled pizza, fried chicken and ice cream. But while they...

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  • Foods to Fight Stress

    By Sarah Baker for Discover and Play– When you think of comfort foods, what pops up in your mind? Pizza, pasta, ice cream and cookies? We eat comfort foods in times of stress, but these foods we...

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  • Knock-Out Sugar

    By Maureen Wielansky – My practice revolves around creating your own food plan that honors your unique bio-individuality. However, detoxing one’s body from the harmful effects of sugar requires a structured program, support, accountability and a system....

    • Posted 5 years ago
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    15 Easy Ways to Be Happier and Healthier in 2015

    By Sandy Getzky− You don’t need to overhaul your entire life to become happier and healthier this year. Try these easy changes to improve your well-being instead. Eat More Plant-Based Foods Fill up your plate with carrots,...

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