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7 Foods for Natural Healing and Weight Loss

Whether you're looking to drop a few pounds or just treat your body better in general, adding more natural foods to your weekly menu is a no-brainer. Eating less processed and more whole foods is one way to do this, but certain foods have extra nutrients that make them particularly well-suited to both weight loss and natural healing. (more…)
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Banish FOWO Forever

FOWO is a problem haunting many Americans today. You may even be suffering from FOWO right now and not know it. So what exactly is this mysterious ailment and why is it so widespread? (more…)
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Are All Carbs Evil?

Carbs have gotten a bad reputation. Part of this is for good reason, because some carbohydrates, like white bread, pack a lot of empty calories. That being said, not all carbs are evil. (more…)
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5 Minutes to A Healthier Fridge

So much of a healthy lifestyle comes from building the right habits. This might mean packing your lunch the night before, scheduling a quick workout during your lunch break, or always taking the stairs instead of the elevator. (more…)
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Evening Workouts Aren’t Bad For Sleep After All

Have you heard the myth that exercising too close to bedtime makes falling asleep difficult? While it might make sense that getting your blood pumping late in the evening isn't conducive to relaxing for sleep, researchers have new evidence that this old wives' tale isn't necessarily true. (more…)
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What You Must Do After Your Next Workout

If you find yourself feeling sore for days after hard workouts, there's one thing you might want to add to your post-exercise routine. Though stretching and ice baths and ample time for cool-down are all important, that's not what we're talking about here. (more…)
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Is Workout Motivation Hereditary?

Some people can't function without their morning run, while others are repulsed simply by the idea of physical activity. There are several possible explanations for this differing approach to working out, but new research says exercise motivation may be partially due to genetic factors. (more…)