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Improve Your Physical and Mental Health-6 Smartphone Apps to Help

Research shows there is an undeniable connection between your physical and mental health. Both are equally important for a better quality of life. Holistic health care practitioners, such as Dr. Cynthia at the Holistic Healing Heart Center, help you achieve optimal health through traditional and alternative medicine, nutrition coaching, sleep therapy, lifestyle management, and mindfulness.

Don’t Give Up on Your Fitness Tracker. . . Tips for Heart Health and Weight Loss

Let’s not beat around the bush, the simple act of owning a fitness tracker is not going to automatically improve your heart health and weight loss goals. However, research shows that if you have some of the basic 16 desires for heart health and weight loss, you may be closer to achieving your goals. 16

Super Foods For Maximum Health and Energy

Super Foods Have you ever wished there was something that could make you look younger, give you more energy, and make you healthier and fitter? Many companies claim that they have miracle pills or formulas that can do exactly that, but you can never be quite sure if the product they are selling is safe

Fix Your Gut, Improve Your Overall Health

Importance of Elimination Diet by Brenda Morales Have you kept up with your New Year’s resolutions to lose weight or eat healthy?  If you have, good for you in making such a positive lifestyle change to improve your overall health. But, what about if you’re still struggling to keep your resolutions or if you’ve been

Whole Foods Trump Supplements

Importance of selecting more natural or plant-based phytonutrients to stay healthy Vitamins are a group of substances that are essential for normal cell function, growth, and development. Scientists have discovered that the human body requires specific small quantities of 13 organic molecules, known as the 13 essential vitamins needed for the body to function. Every

New study suggests eating red meat may increase risk of Type 2 diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes Risk Factors A new study published June 17, 2013 in JAMA Internal Medicine showed that eating red meat over prolonged period of time increased the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. The study followed several men and women participants for four years and found that those who ate half a serving (about