Digestion

You know the health benefits of chia - but what about basil seeds?

You know the health benefits of chia - but what about basil seeds?

2 days ago   |   Natural News   |   2 articles

Chia seeds are popular superfoods because they can improve your digestive health. But if you want to try something new, consider something that also offers many health...
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Yes, You Can Eat Dairy and Still Lose Weight - and These 3 Foods Will Help, Dietitians Say

Yes, You Can Eat Dairy and Still Lose Weight - and These 3 Foods Will Help, Dietitians Say

3 days ago   |   PopSugar

Dairy products have something of a bad reputation with putting on pounds, but does eating dairy actually make you gain weight? It's a fair question to ask, because the people...
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Report: The Human Microbiome Creates Previously Unidentified Proteins

Report: The Human Microbiome Creates Previously Unidentified Proteins

5 days ago   |   Health Status

It has already been known for quite some time that the human body is dependent on the microbiome made up of trillion of healthy bacteria that call it home. These healthy...
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Why Do We Hiccup?

5 days ago   |   NY Times

Anything that upsets or aggravates your digestive or respiratory tracts can induce hiccups. There are almost as many remedies as causes.
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The 5 WORST Reader's Digest Health Myths STILL being propagated and perpetuated today

The 5 WORST Reader's Digest Health Myths STILL being propagated and perpetuated today

5 days ago   |   Natural News

Reader's Digest is obviously not a publication you should be looking to for health advice on anything, but it just so happens that they've outed themselves, so it bears taking...
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Cirrhosis etiology may increase risk for recurrent C. difficile infection

6 days ago   |   Healio   |   2 articles

SAN DIEGO - Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis-related cirrhosis may be an independent risk factor for recurrent Clostridium difficile infections, according to findings presented at...
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Ohio boy, 6, has NEVER eaten and is first in the world to battle a digestive disease with no name 

Ohio boy, 6, has NEVER eaten and is first in the world to battle a digestive disease with no name 

6 days ago   |   Daily Mail

Cohen Bramlee, six, from Ohio, is the first person to be documented with a condition that makes his immune system over-respond when he eats food and he needs an IV to receive...
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Trendy Celery Juice: Does It Live Up to the Hype?

6 days ago   |   UPMC

Many people swear by the health benefits of drinking 16 ounces of fresh celery juice every morning on an empty stomach. But does this new health trend really live up to the...
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Barley sprouts can help address fatty liver disease, says study

Barley sprouts can help address fatty liver disease, says study

6 days ago   |   Natural News   |   2 articles

Cholesterol is a wax-like, fat-like molecule produced by the body and obtained from food. Its main functions are as a building material for cell membranes and as a component in...
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The Best Source of Resistant Starch

6 days ago   |   Nutrition Facts

Resistant starch wasn't discovered until 1982. Before that, we thought all starch could be digested by the digestive enzymes in our small intestine. Subsequent studies...
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Living in areas with high pollution can DOUBLE your risk of developing most...

Living in areas with high pollution can DOUBLE your risk of developing most common form of blindness

Scientists in Taiwan found long-term exposure to nitrogen dioxide - a pollutant that is especially linked to old diesel cars - increased the risk of AMD among over-50s by 91... Read more ...

Some antibiotics linked to a higher risk of colon cancer

Some antibiotics linked to a higher risk of colon cancer

Scientists at Johns Hopkins University found that people who developed bowel cancer were more likely to have taken penicillin. But tetracyclines may have protective effects for... Read more ...

It Takes Years for Heart to Recover from Smoking

It Takes Years for Heart to Recover from Smoking

Experts have long thought that an ex-smoker's risk of heart attack, stroke, heart failure or death from heart disease returns to normal within five years. Read more ...

Vaping Linked to Impaired Vascular Function

Vaping Linked to Impaired Vascular Function

Vaping was found to damage blood vessels even when the solution does not include nicotine, stated new study. Read more ...

The UK and US have the HEALTHIEST packaged foods in the world, finds review

The UK and US have the HEALTHIEST packaged foods in the world, finds review

The UK ranked 2.83 out of five, followed by the US with 2.82 in an analysis of more than 400,000 products across the globe by researchers at the University of Oxford. Read more ...

I'm a Trainer, and These Are the Ab Exercises Everyone Should Know For a...

I'm a Trainer, and These Are the Ab Exercises Everyone Should Know For a Stronger Core

No matter your fitness level, having a strong core should always be prioritized, in my opinion. To clarify, I'm not talking about getting a six-pack; there's a difference... Read more ...

Quitting smoking could cut the risk of cardiovascular disease by 40% within...

Quitting smoking could cut the risk of cardiovascular disease by 40% within 5 years, study finds

A new study from Vanderbilt University has found that it could take up to 25 years for a former heavy smoker's cardiovascular disease risk to be similar to that of a never smoker. Read more ...

Scientists develop a blood test which can predict whether you will die in...

Scientists develop a blood test which can predict whether you will die in the next 10 years

A team from the Max Planck Institute for Biology of Ageing in Germany developed a blood test after looking at more than 44,000 people who ranged from 18 to 109 years old. Read more ...

Nicotine-free vaping can damage blood vessels

Nicotine-free vaping can damage blood vessels

Despite claims that 'heat not burn' devices are safer, University of Pennsylvania researchers found that chemicals in even nicotine-free e-liquids are transformed into toxins... Read more ...

Parents Are Happier Than Non-Parents - But Only If Their Kids Move Out

Parents Are Happier Than Non-Parents - But Only If Their Kids Move Out

Gentle reminder things will get easier when our kids take care of us Our kids bring us endless joy and happiness. They also bring stress, sleeplessness, and never-ending... Read more ...