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Alternative Sources of Calcium: 7 Reliable Food Types

Alternative Sources of Calcium: 7 Reliable Food Types

Calcium is an important nutrient for healthy bones, heart, muscles, and nerves. It helps blood vessels expand and contract, it helps glands secrete hormones and enzymes, and it’s important for muscle contraction. Your body needs calcium to perform these and other vital functions, so if you don’t get enough in

Farmed Salmon: Everything You Need to Know

Farmed Salmon: Everything You Need to Know

Chances are that whenever you read a magazine or website article about healthy eating plans, it will include a recommendation to eat more fish. Nutritional guidelines urge us to consume at least two to three servings of fish per week. Fatty fish is particularly beneficial for your health: rich in

A Dietitian’s Cancer Story

By Diana Dyer, M.S. R.D.3-Time Cancer Survivor and Registered Dietitian Diana Dyer tells what she changed in her diet and lifestyle to fight her cancers and optimize her chances for a full physical, emotional and spiritual recovery. She made her changes based on the best research available and what ‘felt

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