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Whey protein boosts immunity and prevents disease

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(NaturalHealth365) Whey protein, already beloved by athletes and bodybuilders for its ability to build lean muscle and support fat loss, has another health-promoting trick up its sleeve. According to just-published research, whey protein can actually help prevent obese people from developing diabetes and heart disease. With over a third of all American adults and close to a fifth of American ... Read More »

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Sprouted nuts, grains and seeds have better nutrition

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(NaturalHealth365)  Many natural health enthusiasts wonder is it really worth it to sprout nuts, seeds and grains for maximum nutritive absorption?  Well, according to many holistically-minded physicians and natural food experts, the answer is a resounding YES. Here’s a surprising food fact for you.  Did you know a chemical so harsh that it was banned by the National Motorcycle Association ... Read More »

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Drinking coffee dramatically cuts suicide and depression risk

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(NaturalHealth365) In the song “9 to 5,” from the 1980 movie of the same name, singer Dolly Parton refers to coffee as a “cup of ambition.” Now, emerging research indicates that coffee’s potential benefits extend far beyond increasing motivation; according to one study, coffee may even help prevent suicide.  Other recent studies show that coffee can help protect against Parkinson’s ... Read More »

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New research – Almonds are heart-healthy and mood-lifting

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(NaturalHealth365) Almost weekly, it seems that researchers announce that a specific food, herb or vitamin reduces the risk of heart disease. So common are these discoveries that some people may begin to take them for granted, or, even worse, “tune them out.” But that would be unfortunate – heart disease is currently the leading cause of death in the United ... Read More »

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New study: Organic food has more antioxidants

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(NaturalHealth365) We all know that toxic pesticides – found on conventionally-grown produce – contribute to inflammation and every known chronic disease. These dangerous chemicals are being sprayed on our food – every day – and cause massive collateral damage to the environment and human health. Yet, pro-GMO activists and most of the major food producers of the world would have ... Read More »

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Bee pollen boosts energy and improves circulation

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(NaturalHealth365) There’s good reason the phrases “worker bee” and “busy bee” were coined. As some of nature’s hardest working insects, the humble honey bee pollinates about one-third of the world’s food supply. But, that’s not all these valuable creatures contribute to our health and well-being. Honey bees make pollen to nourish young bees. However, pollen is also one of nature’s ... Read More »

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Antibiotic resistant bacteria get wiped out by Manuka honey

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(NaturalHealth365) The steadily worsening problem of antibiotic-resistant pathogens – cause for grave concern in the medical community – has researchers working overtime to discover solutions. But recent studies raise hope that raw honey may hold the key to combating MRSA and other drug-resistant strains. In a test tube study conducted at Cardiff Metropolitan University and published in 2012 in Microbiology, ... Read More »

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Vegetarian diets lead to cleaner environment, longer lives

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(NaturalHealth365) With our biosphere and our bodies under attack from a virtual barrage of pollutants – including heavy metals, EMF pollution, toxic pesticides, and GMOs – the philosophy of “going green” – choosing to act in environmentally responsible ways – truly seems the only sane reaction. Although going green sometimes may feel like a futile response – a case of ... Read More »

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Polyunsaturated fatty acids promote cancer growth

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(NaturalHealth365) There is an enormous amount of scientific data documenting the connection between polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) and the development of cancer plus many other degenerative diseases. Promoting the consumption of vegetable oils, loaded with PUFAs, as part of a healthy diet is not only unscientific – it’s dangerously unethical. Animal studies clearly indicate that excess intake of polyunsaturated vegetable ... Read More »

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