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Number one Cause of Chronic Diseases

The number one cause of chronic disease is not genetic, nor environmental but behavioral – 90% of the chronic diseases come from lack of physical activity, poor diet, lack of sleep and lack of stress management skills.  Every day and every minute we make so many choices. What affects our behavior?

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Corn intolerance/Sensitivity

Food intolerances affect your digestive system and other systems as well. People who suffer from an intolerance, or sensitivity, can’t break down certain foods. They develop gas, diarrhea and other problems. An intolerance or food sensitivity is inconvenient but not life-threatening. 3 Categories of Diet Induced Inflammation can occur – 

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Health Benefits of Mushrooms

Mushrooms have been used as food, medicine, and spiritual aids for centuries. Research in Japan claims that this mushroom has medicinal use – Shiitake was combined with AIDs drugs to boost immune response, combat chronic fatigue and induce antibody formation to Hepatitis B; it also stimulated antitumor activity.  Many ancient

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6 Things you Can do to Stay Healthy

  We may not be able to extend the lifespan, but we can do few things to extend the Healthspan. It’s important to know that there are five small changes that we all can make that will pay a big dividend in improving the quality and quantity of life. 1.

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Histamine – Is it all in the food?

What is Histamine Histamine, a part of the body’s biological defense system, is also found in many common dietary sources: fermented foods, fish, meat, cheese, vinegar, alcohol, and some fruits and vegetables. Other foods contain histidine, which is converted to histamine during digestion by certain bacteria in the gut.  Common

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Coffee Vs Tea

Morning Beverage Choice!Coffee VS Tea Both coffee and tea are caffeinated products. Lets Learn Pros and Cons. Black Coffee – increases energy, we all know this. Less known fact is that coffee contains chlorogenic acid, an enzyme that promotes fat burning. However, coffee ma cause reflux for those with heartburn

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