How to Put Together Gluten-Free Meals

One of the struggles of discovering that you have a gluten intolerance is then trying to figure out what you can eat and especially how to put your meals together. You no longer eat rice or pasta as a side, bread your chicken, have dinner rolls, or eat anything you want. Even if you were…

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Reduce Inflammation With These Key Foods

Inflammation. It’s not just for health headlines. It’s a fact. Scientists are measuring levels of inflammation in our bodies and finding that it can be pretty bad for our health; this is especially true when it’s chronic (i.e. lasts a long time). Inflammation has been linked to obesity, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, and diabetes, just to…

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10 Ways To De-Stress Your Employees

  Some jobs are undoubtedly hazardous to an employee’s health. Whether they involve potentially risky physical activity or exposure to dangerous materials, these jobs carry an obvious threat to workers’ health. Yet even jobs that don’t have an obvious health risk still can create health issues for employees in the form of stress. Even jobs void…

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How to Deal with Weight Loss Setbacks

  Weight loss is one of the most common fitness goals among regular gym goers as well as dieters. It also happens to be the most common fitness goal that ends in failure with studies showing that as much as two thirds of weight loss dieters end up heavier than when they started out while…

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Paleo Diet 101

You may have heard of the “paleo” diet. It was the world’s most popular diet in 2013. But what is it? Is it a fad? Is it right for you? Scientist and “Paleo Mom” Sarah Ballentyne, Ph.D. defines it as: “The Paleo diet is a nutrient-dense whole foods diet based on eating a variety of…

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Why Does Exercise Make Us Feel Good?

Euphoria Studies repeatedly show that exercising is not only good for our physical health, but also for our mental health. Why is that? When we start to exercise, our heart starts to beat faster. Our brain interprets the increased heart rate as part of a “flight-or-fight” response to an impending danger. To protect itself, and…

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