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The weather is hot, then it’s cold, then warm, then clouds come and really let us have it. This cold and flu season has been hard to predict, and as counties continue to report that they’re experiencing all the hallmarks of a bad flu season that’s still growing, it’s not too late to do something […]

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Today, people take colloidal gold as a daily supplement because it’s reputed to help with mental abilities like mood, hand-eye coordination, focus and concentration, memory, creativity, and more. But in the past colloidal gold was known for much more. In the last century, it was used medicinally as an anti-inflammatory (supporting the health of joints […]

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It’s pretty well established that your gut biome, the good (and sometimes bad) bacteria in your digestive tract impact many aspects of health, impacts many aspects of health, weight, in particular. Researchers have been working to untangle which bacteria, and combinations upon combinations of bacteria, have what effects. Occasionally, they’ll pinpoint a bacterium, or an […]

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Most diseases have multiple factors that contribute to their onset. While eating less and exercising more helps to reduce your risk of obesity and diabetes, you might be able to make that track more successful by first addressing your gut bacteria. The tie between what type of gut bacteria you have and your weight is […]

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The conclusion of a worldwide study says that we can prevent 90% of strokes regardless of age, gender, and, mostly, regions (which factors increased the risk varied by region a bit). It’s important data. Other studies have found that strokes can happen as young as age 30, and often go undiagnosed since they are unexpected. […]

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