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Best Way to Lose Weight? 5 Small Steps Can Add Up to Big Results

Best Way to Lose Weight? 5 Small Steps Can Add Up to Big Results

If you’re overweight or obese, you probably don’t need to hear it, but weight loss is your key to better health. Carrying extra weight increases your risk of heart problems, diabetes, and joint pain and damage, and it has been linked with a higher incidence of breast cancer. So, what’s

Gastritis Diet: Foods That Heal and Foods to Avoid

Gastritis Diet: Foods That Heal and Foods to Avoid

Gastritis is an inflammation or irritation of the lining of the stomach. It can occur suddenly (acute gastritis), lasting one to three days, or it can be chronic, lasting several days to weeks. Can a gastritis diet help relieve symptoms? Fortunately, it can, as we’ll find out below.

First, a word

Diabetes Diet: What You Should and Shouldn’t Eat

Diabetes Diet: What You Should and Shouldn’t Eat

What can diabetics eat? That’s a natural question that people with diabetes may ask their doctors. With so many choices available to you, it’s only natural to wonder about which foods to avoid with diabetes. But a diabetes diet isn’t only about which, if any, types of foods are off

Natural Energy Supplements: 4 Ways to Beat Fatigue

Natural Energy Supplements: 4 Ways to Beat Fatigue

Who couldn’t use a little more energy? It’s very difficult to lead a healthy, fulfilling, and productive life if you’re too fatigued to work, take care of your family and home, or exercise. Luckily, there are a number of natural energy supplements that promise to lift fatigue and boost energy, but before

Make Smart Swaps to Improve Your Diet

If you’re trying to create healthier meal plans but find it challenging, try a different strategy: Focus on making smart swaps for individual foods.
The Top Foods to Swap
It’s not hard to make healthy swaps if you know the foods that you are better off avoiding. Barbra Heller, RD, a registered

To B or Not to B: Getting to Know Niacin

Niacin (a.k.a. nicotinic acid, nicotinamide, and vitamin B3) is a member of the family of B vitamins, which also includes vitamins B12 and B6, riboflavin, folic acid, pantothenic acid, biotin, and thiamin. Niacin, like a lot of its B brothers, is essential for converting carbohydrates into fuel and for producing

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