These are the 9 healthy reasons why we need to eat celery before going to bed

These are the 9 healthy reasons why we need to eat celery before going to bed

Originated from the Apiaceae family of plants, celery is a vegetable cultivated globally and is being widely used in different cuisine such as American, Japanese, and Australian. Celery, as an ingredient, is commonly found in vegetable salad and soups, or as a garnish to many different dishes. Some people, on the other hand, prefer to eat it raw which is also okay because it is filling but not fattening. Most probably, a lot of people…

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These are the healthy benefits of eating spicy foods you probably did not know

These are the healthy benefits of eating spicy foods you probably did not know

Spicy foods are definitely packed a punch in terms of taste. They can provide our tongues that delicious yet burning tastes which make our body temperature increase that can also make us sweat in each and every bite we take. Some people may say that spicy dishes have the ability to cause some digestive problems which is most likely true to those individuals who have sensitive stomachs.But there are also numerous amazing benefits that you…

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Weight loss linked to healthy eating not genetics, study finds

Weight loss linked to healthy eating not genetics, study finds

Participants who ate the most vegetables and consumed the fewest processed foods, sugary drinks and unhealthy fats shed the most kilograms The amount and quality of food and not a person’s genetics will lead to weight loss, a US study has found. It has been suggested that variations in genetic makeup make it easier for some people to lose weight than others on certain diets. To test this theory researchers at Stanford University conducted a…

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Helping People Eat Healthy Food Is Illegal

Helping People Eat Healthy Food Is Illegal

By Dr. Mercola While living in California, Heather Kokesch Del Castillo made a living as a holistic health coach, founding Constitution Nutrition in 2014 and providing one-on-one health coaching for clients. No licensing is required in California to provide dietary counseling, but Del Castillo sought out licensing privately anyway and completed a certification program in New York for holistic health coaching. Her husband, who is in the military, was then transferred to Fort Walton Beach,…

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March 13-19 Is Brain Awareness Week! Keep Your Brain Healthy With These 5 Tips!

March 13-19 Is Brain Awareness Week! Keep Your Brain Healthy With These 5 Tips!

The DANA Alliance For Brain Initiatives has established March 13-19 as Brain Awareness Week, a time when people can get together and raise awareness about the importance of neurological research, exploration, and brain health. Despite the many advancements of modern science that we nurses take advantage of every day, the brain is still a bit of mystery. Though we understand all of its component parts and its function, there’s still quite a bit to learn…

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6 Ways Every Fitness Enthusiast Can Smell Awesome Even After Running Around 24/7

6 Ways Every Fitness Enthusiast Can Smell Awesome Even After Running Around 24/7

BY Cinthol Whether it’s kickboxing, CrossFit or even a HIIT session, let’s face it, we all feel alive by the end of every workout. The blood-pumping high you get after making puddles and puddles of sweat is just something else. Although, you can’t say the same about your body odour now, can you? So, if that’s the only thing that’s stopping you, then these 6 nifty hacks will have you smelling fresh 24/7: 1. Use…

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9 Best Keto Bread Recipes That’ll Make You Forget Carbs

9 Best Keto Bread Recipes That’ll Make You Forget Carbs

Keto bread – as oxymoronic as it sounds – is the real deal. Whether or you go for light and flaky or dense and moist – gluten-free, low-carb bread recipes abound these days. Here are nine of the best keto bread recipes – from the O.G. Bulletproof keto loaf to a keto blueberry lemon breakfast bread. If you’re gunning for a bun for your burger or naan for Indian food, we’ve got you covered there…

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Ketosis and the Ketogenic Diet: Debunking 7 Misleading Statements

The ketogenic diet is the most popular dietary trend in our world today. Especially for those living with diabetes, it’s likely that you’ve been tempted to follow a ketogenic diet to lose weight, drop your A1c, and flatline your blood glucose. Even though it may seem tempting to enter the metabolic state of ketosis, it’s important to understand the caveats of ketosis, so that you fully understand your risks for developing long-term complications. What is…

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How to deal with an Asperger Asperger another?

How to deal with an Asperger Asperger another?

Usually I use the third person to write the texts here, but today I will speak in the first person to report an experience. Until then I had not had any direct contact with another person who has Asperger’s, or is suspected, and some days I had a contact with an individual exactly this above framework. We were able to interact well with each other, the problem started when he went on to talk about…

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Is everything you think you know about depression wrong?

Is everything you think you know about depression wrong?

In the 1970s, a truth was accidentally discovered about depression – one that was quickly swept aside, because its implications were too inconvenient, and too explosive. American psychiatrists had produced a book that would lay out, in detail, all the symptoms of different mental illnesses, so they could be identified and treated in the same way across the United States. It was called the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual. In the latest edition, they laid out…

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