Healthy Travels – Tips For Vacation

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We all love to travel and see new places and have fun adventures. But, traveling can really derail you from your healthy food plan if you aren’t careful. I travel a lot with my husband for his job and I have had to get really creative so that I don’t carry extra weight every time…

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The Anti-Aging Meal Plan

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This week is all about Active Aging and when it comes to nutrition, I am thinking about the anti-aging benefits of nutrition. The first thing that comes to mind are anti-inflammatory foods, antioxidants, & omega 3 fatty acids which all have anti-aging properties. I wanted to come up with a healthy day of eating that…

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1 Supplement That Should Be in Your Daily Diet

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Understanding the nature of enzymes often requires an understanding of nature itself. Enzymes are microbial catalysts which “represent the life element”1. Enzymes are the organisms which break all things down in nature also known as oxidation. For example, an apple browning upon being cut is a representation of the enzymes breaking the apple sugars down…

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5 Health Benefits of The Egg

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Poached, scrambled sunny-side-up or hard-boiled, eggs satisfy much more than the All-American breakfast. The morning go-to is packed with nutritional benefits, 5 of which you oughta know! 1.  Eggs are great for the Eyes. One egg a day provides vital nutrients like lutein and zeaxanthin which are caratanoid’s. Both nutrients are more readily available to…

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Can Night Time Eating Really Affect Your Sleep?

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It is estimated that one to three percent of the population may be suffering from Night Eating Syndrome (NES), a condition first described in 1955 but only recognized by the general community since 1999. The condition appears to be more common in women. According to an article posted on the American Sleep Association web site, about…

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