12 Foods You’ll Wish You Tried Sooner

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If you’re trying to eat healthy, chances are you’ve already eaten your fair share of popular health foods. While there’s no denying that avocado, broccoli, kale, and more are great for your diet, they can practically put your taste buds to sleep after too long. To keep things fresh and exciting, and also to help you stay motivated to eat healthy, it’s important to mix things […] Read more »

The Difference Between Ketosis and Ketoacidosis

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Ketoacidosis and ketosis are health states; one is healthy while the other is dangerous. When our body burns fat efficiently without muscle atrophy, we are in a state of ketosis.  This is healthy. When our body has trouble burning both fat and glucose, we are in a state of ketoacidosis.  Muscle atrophy occurs, and the blood becomes acidic.  This state is dangerous. A major reason […] Read more »

The Testosterone Grocery List

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When it comes to your health, testosterone is a major player as it helps build an anabolic environment that is important in the muscle-building process. This hormone is also necessary for your strength, boosting your libido and improving your overall health. In a nutshell, testosterone is what makes men, men. We can all agree that these facets of life are essential so it is so […] Read more »

Evidence-Based Health Benefits of Low-Carb Diets

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Considering changing your diet to a low-carb or ketogenic one, but still having a hard time finding the motivation to actually do it?  That is understandable; it isn’t easy to think about giving up foods you love, and if you’re not into experimentation in the kitchen, you might feel daunted by the thought of learning new recipes or changing the ones you’ve come to rely […] Read more »

Traits of an Effective Cardiologist

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The heart is one of the most delicate organs in your body. If something bad happens to it, your life is in danger. Without the heart, you can’t survive. That’s why cardiologists are so important. Seek a cardiologist even with the smallest chest pain or when you notice that something might be wrong with your heart and get tested for any abnormalities. But before you […] Read more »

5 Fascinating Benefits of CBD for Anxiety

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Did you know that one of marijuana’s compounds can help you overcome stage fright? Yup, that’s right. Anxiety patients around the world have been using CBD for treating their disorder for some time now. For instance, the right dose of CBD a couple of hours before your next public speech will make this uncomfortable experience much easier. In like manner, this chemical is being used for […] Read more »

20 Foods High in Polyphenols and Low in Carbs

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Our cells go through a harmless process called oxidation, which releases free radicals. These free radicals cause oxidative stress by damaging cells and DNA.  Oxidative stress has been linked to age-related illnesses such as cancer, neurodegenerative and cardiovascular disease. Polyphenols are found in plants and are an important antioxidant, most importantly they can neutralize oxidation and thus reduce oxidative stress.  Resveratrol is a polyphenol found […] Read more »

How to Choose the Right Life Insurance Policy

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Every insurance provider makes sure they assess every possible risk related to a life insurance policy. Those risks include three main factors that influence your premiums: age, health, and habits. Higher risks, which include health pre-conditions, bad habits like smoking, and an advanced age, mean higher rates. That is why you need to address an insurance expert, who will help you find the proper life […] Read more »

Mesothelioma and Asbestos Exposure

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Mesothelioma develops about 10 to 50 years after the inhaling or swallowing of microscopic asbestos fibers. These fibers accumulate in the body and become embedded in the lining of the internal organs in the upper chest cavity. Embedded asbestos fibers can cause harmful scarring of the lungs, inflammation and DNA damage that leads to mesothelioma. The treatment of mesothelioma combines radiation therapy with chemotherapy and […] Read more »

Autism Spectrum Disorder 101

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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) has become much more common over the last couple of decades. In 2000, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that 1 in 150 children were affected by ASD. By 2012, that number skyrocketed to 1 in 68. Scientists haven’t yet pinned down the exact reason for this sharp increase, but science and technology are paving the way for […] Read more »