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As a natural health professional for over 25 years, I’ve seen many clients who are interested in changing their diet to prevent heart attacks or stroke. And, studies show that a healthy diet can reduce the risk of dying from cardiovascular disease by nearly half.
Even today it astounds me that so many people with heart disease are encouraged by their doctors and other health professionals to eat a diet that is simply not founded in research. A new, massive study by the United Nations Read more [...]
How to deal with screen addiction in children? Can limiting screen time at school help? Screen addiction in children is a challenge. In this digital age, what can we do to reduce the screen time of our kids. Know all about screen addiction and if limiting the screen time of children in school helps deal with the problem in this sponsored post. ~ Ed. Screen addiction in children is a growing concern.Psychologists treat clients for internet and screen addiction in counseling, outpatient therapy, Read more [...]
Paul Joseph Watson talks about some of the reasons why white, European, Western culture is the best form of civilisation. Whites have contributed more positive things to humanity than any other group of people and Blacks, Arabs, Jews, Asians, Mestizos and others should treat whites way better. And remember, when other races say that whites stole inventions doesn't mean they did, after all, if you take a look at the actual inventors you see that almost all of them are white and those people claiming Read more [...]
If you're a fan of fashion and music, there's no doubt your eyes were glued to the TV this weekend to watch the 2017 Billboard Music Awards. Stars walked the pink carpet dressed to the nines to celebrate big winners like Drake, Celine Dion, and more. While music undoubtedly stole the show, the exceptional outfits seen on some of our favorite celebrities were a close second. The warm Nevada temperatures brought out sheer gowns and cut-out jumpsuits from performers and presenters alike. Ahead, check Read more [...]
To refrigerate or not to refrigerate? That is the question for so many foods, like onions, soy sauce, eggs, tomatoes, butter, coffee and more. While onions, potatoes, vinegary condiments and coffee don’t need to be refrigerated (don’t refrigerate your coffee unless you want to deplete it of all its glory), there are a few foods you should always consider refrigerating. Here are 7 that might surprise you:
Natural nut butters
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Have you tried to invite your Chinese roommate to a party? Was s/he very hesitant? Did s/he eventually turn it down?
Chinese students studying in the U.S. are very new to this kind of social life. Some of them may be quieter, but some of them, as outgoing as you are, may just have different preferences when it comes to "having fun."
We encourage Chinese students to try to party with their American friends. It's hard at the beginning because you may not Read more [...]
A 29-year-old Louisiana mom died of a pulmonary embolism one day after she gave birth to a healthy baby boy, and her partner says it happened “without warning.” Jean-Luc Montou recently announced on Facebook that his baby boy Julian was born and in the same post heartbreakingly revealed that his partner, Sarah Bertrand, “didn’t make it.”Montou later shared on a GoFundMe page set up for his family that nearly 24 hours after giving birth, Bertrand “died due to a pulmonary embolism that Read more [...]
Our relationship with food is complicated—and often a little confounding.
Even the healthiest eaters are prone to occasional food transgressions—a dinner downed in front of the TV, a lunch wolfed down on the way to an appointment, a snack attack that sneaks up on us. As long as such lackluster eating experiences are the exception, and not the rule, they’re probably no cause for worry. But what about when the occasional “whoops!” becomes part of a more persistent pattern?
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This is some stuff that is sometimes eaten for breakfast in Japan, like miso soup, rice and umeboshi, natto!, tako-san wieners (octopus weiner), and tamagoyaki (grilled egg).
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I love Sundays. I would argue they are my favourite day of the week, namely because I try not to plan much and instead just hang around the house with a cup of tea, a good book, my journal and of course, try out some new skincare. This week was Oleum Vera, an organic, non-GMO, DIY skincare kit.
Today was as little more exciting, as I finally got to try Oleum Vera’s DIY skincare system. Why is it exciting? Because it is DIY organic skincare. It comes with a fantastic set of ingredients Read more [...]
Fun little fact: Sometimes I just want to rip my shirt off during a workout. And I'm not talking about feeling so sexy and strong that my inner Hulk comes out (but if that's how you feel, by all means, do you). I'm talking about feeling like I'm drowning in my own sweat, and that the only way to get some relief is to shed that extra layer of fabric. GET OFF OF ME, SHIRT.As summer approaches, this take-it-all-off need is becoming a regular occurrence for me. Unfortunately, there's something about Read more [...]