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Best Energy-Boosting Foods: A Meal-by-Meal Approach

Best Energy-Boosting Foods: A Meal-by-Meal Approach

Never mind gimmicky energy drinks and protein concoctions claiming to infuse your body with bursts of energy. Instead, make sure your pantry and refrigerator are filled with the right kinds of foods—foods that give energy naturally. In considering energy-boosting foods, start with smart carbohydrates. Carbs have been given a bad

8 Tips on How to Cure Depression

8 Tips on How to Cure Depression

If you’ve been feeling down in the dumps for an extended period of time, you may be suffering from depression. You’re not alone, as millions of other Americans experience this common disorder. The bright side is that there are a number of effective lifestyle strategies you can take to fight

7 Natural Restless Leg Syndrome Treatment Options

7 Natural Restless Leg Syndrome Treatment Options

We all get antsy from time to time and feel the need to get up and move around. But for people who suffer from restless leg syndrome, these feelings aren’t just an occasional bother. The urge to move and the uncomfortable, even painful, sensations in the legs and other parts

Snapshot: Strategy Overview

Now, finally, let’s summarize all of the strategies into one concise discussion. There are numerous effective natural health options for treating depression. This section will give you a summary snapshot of the key action steps available to you.
Key Points
➧  Serious business: Depression is a debilitating disorder that needs to be

Strategy #2: Correcting Neurotransmitter Imbalance

Brain neurotransmitters are the chemical messengers that act as communication agents between different brain cells. In chronic depression, these brain chemicals get out of balance. Fortunately, there are some safe and effective natural health options available to balance brain chemicals.
Of the 30 or so neurotransmitters that have been identified, researchers

Keep Your Thyroid Healthy through Diet

Although thyroid hormone replacement is sometimes needed to get the thyroid gland—the body’s chief metabolism regulator—working properly, other times it falls down on the job because it’s not getting the nutrients it needs. In addition, certain dietary substances can interfere with thyroid function.

Gluten and Thyroid Disease

Gluten, the protein in wheat,

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