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Are Potato Chips Bad for You?

Salt and vinegar, barbecue, kettle-cooked, ruffled — to me, all potato chips are delicious. If there's a bag on the counter, I’ll polish it off easily. Are potato chips bad for you? I know the answer, so I’ve tried to replace my chip craving with healthy options like carrot sticks … Read More

Diverticulitis Symptoms You Should Watch Out For

What is Diverticulitis? Diverticulitis—a disease of the colon that causes lower abdominal pain—is becoming increasingly common in the United States in the over-50 population.[1] As we age, become more sedentary, and eat Western-style diets devoid of fiber, many of us start to develop small, weak areas in the muscular wall … Read More

What Foods Are High In Leptin?

You eat a balanced lunch every day—but you find yourself starving by mid-afternoon. You go out for a healthy dinner with friends—but are tempted to stop for an ice cream on the way home. Why are you hungry all the time? If you have the desire to eat uncontrollably, it … Read More

A Healthy, Easy Tomato Sauce Recipe

I never thought that I was a tomato sauce person. That is, until this past summer. My mom’s garden is overflowing with tomatoes of all shapes, sizes, and colors. My mom doesn’t really like fresh tomatoes, and neither do I. So when she ended up with more tomatoes than she … Read More

5 Possible Chlorella Benefits

Chlorella has become well known as a health food because it is extremely nutritious. Tablets made from pure chlorella can be about 60 percent protein, 20 percent carbohydrates, and 11 percent unsaturated fats.[1] Chlorella benefits include: omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins, minerals[1,2] and is a rich source of chlorophyll.[1] What is Chlorella? … Read More

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