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Why Water is Vital to Your Health

There is nothing you can consume that is more important for helping to keep your body functioning properly than water. After all, head to toe, you are 45 to 60 percent water. And, every part of your anatomy—including your brain, heart, lungs, muscles, bones, and digestive tract—depends on water to

A Mediterranean Pantry Makeover

The feasting of the holidays is gone and thoughts tend toward healthier eating. Set yourself up for success by making over your pantry. Shelves filled with flavorful items and flexible staples can help you prepare delicious, healthy meals more quickly and easily.
“Stock up on non-perishable items that have the fewest ingredients

Eating More Wasabi Benefits Your Health

Eating More Wasabi Benefits Your Health

Wasabi is to sushi as ketchup is to fries. In addition to spicing up your California roll, this tasty Japanese condiment can boost your health and fight chronic diseases like osteoporosis. In fact, wasabi benefits abound.

Want to prevent cavities? It can do that. How about reducing inflammation? It does that,

Acute Bronchitis: 7 Hacks for Getting Past a Chest Cold

Acute Bronchitis: 7 Hacks for Getting Past a Chest Cold

Which would you rather have—a head cold, or a chest cold? Pick your poison, right? A head cold can take you out of play for a few days, thanks to all the typical symptoms—sinus congestion, clogged ears, watery eyes, a runny nose, chapped skin on your face from all the

Is Sushi Healthy?

Is Sushi Healthy?

Since the 1970s, America’s love affair with sushi has grown. With its simple combination of vinegar-flavored rice, fish, and vegetables, sushi has gone from being a trendy dish mainly found on the West Coast to a regular part of American cuisine. You’ll find it everywhere, from fancy restaurants to simple

Apple Cider Vinegar: Miracle Remedy or Scam?

Apple Cider Vinegar: Miracle Remedy or Scam?

Some in the media have touted apple cider vinegar as a miracle cure-all. Wishful thinking, sadly. Miracle cure-alls are few and far between. Having said that, there is some research that supports apple cider vinegar’s use in certain conditions. So let’s delve into the science—limited though it may be—of this

Foods and Inflammation: Cooling the Fire Within

Inflammation can be a positive reaction of fighting bacteria or viruses, or of bringing blood flow to an injured area to help the healing process. However, not all inflammation is beneficial. Often, undetected low levels of inflammation can remain for an extended period of time, wreaking havoc in the body.

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