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Bloating is rather a symptom than a diagnosis itself, we all experienced it, right?  If you always feel bloated after a big meal you might be just very full?bloating is a natural reaction to food, however there might be an issue with digestion. Most of the food is absorbed in the small intestine, but the remains- dietary fiber and some…
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December 22.2019
You know those little stickers on fruits and veggies? They’re called price look-up (PLU) codes and they contain numbers that cashiers use to ring you up. But you can also use them to make sure you’re getting what you paid for. A 4 digit code beginning with 3 or 4 means your fruit was conventionally raised.  If you don’t see…
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December 22.2019
Inflammation is an important physiological response to injury and infection. Inflammation tells the immune system to heal and repair tissues that have been damaged through exercise, injury or trauma, as well as defending against foreign invaders like bacteria and viruses. Although a vital process to overall health, chronic inflammation can be a serious as it’s linked to diseases such as…
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December 14.2019
Many active individuals rely on multivitamins to make up for unhealthy eating habits, to boost performance or for nutritional insurance to reduce risk for injury or sickness. For example, an athlete suffering from a nutrient deficiency or health issue may seek supplementation to resume optimal health. Individual vitamin and mineral supplements may be useful when a specifically identified nutrient hole…
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December 14.2019
Certain foods can help ease certain symptoms. I will give it a try? Painful PMS ? Flexseed . Two ground tbs daily in the morning can reduce inflammation, due to omega3 and fatty acids, cause of cramping. I like it as a great source of fiber too Salmon. This cold water fish is another anti- inflammatory food which can help…
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December 14.2019
A big meal can make you just as headachy and bloated as overdoing alcohol. How to bounce back? Movement is mandatory.  Overeating slows digestion, which is why you feel so stuffed and sluggish. Plus salty and sugary foods pull fluid from your cells, throwing off their levels. To offset these effects, get active. Just taking a walk after eating helps…
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December 10.2019