Immune System

12 Health Benefits of Quinoa, According to Science (+8 Delicious Recipes To Try)

In recent years, quinoa (pronounced keen-wah) has become a buzzword among the health-conscious. Considered a trendy superfood, quinoa’s superior make-up earns its status. Quinoa, a seed among grains, can be served hot or cold, and is typically boiled in the same manner as rice. It is simple to prepare and makes for a great substitute…

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Supplements for a Healthy Life

Give your Immune System a Boost with Natural Supplements

If you’re like most people, you try to eat healthy – but don’t always measure up. Whether it’s your hectic schedule or a lack of energy, you just don’t eat foods that support a healthy immune system – and you can feel it! A worn down immune system is more likely to create health problems…

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Vitamins and Minerals, Food and Cooking

How to Resolve Three Nutritional Deficiencies that are Ruining your Quality of Life

Many health issues today begin with some type of nutritional deficiency. Deficiencies can lead to a wide variety of health problems, such as digestive issues, hair loss, muscle cramps and skin problems. You may not know you have a deficiency until symptoms become evident and your quality of life begins to suffer. Is taking a…

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Vaccines

Are Flu Vaccines Safe and Effective or the Greatest Medical Fraud in History?

The flu can lead to hospitalization and even death and the single best way to protect ourselves is through a flu vaccination – this is the CDC’s view, but is it factual? Have you ever thought to look at the ingredients of a flu shot – after all, we look at the labels when we…

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Supplements for a Healthy Life

Vitamin D Deficiency Warning Signs

For many years we have been hearing more and more about Vitamin D deficiency and the serious health problems it causes. Asthma, heart disease, depression, cancer and high blood pressure are just a few conditions that may be caused through a deficiency of Vitamin D. In 2012 Dr. Oz shared statistics of vitamin D deficiency…

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