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Whole Foods at the center of a sugar scandal

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(NaturalHealth365) Most people think that food labels are a helpful tool when you’re trying to eat healthy or lose weight. Packaged foods appear to have easy-to-read facts such as ingredients, calorie and nutrient content. But what if the label is lying to you? This happened recently, according to class action lawsuits in California, New York, and Pennsylvania. The lawsuits allege ... Read More »

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Food allergies can cause learning disorders

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(NaturalHealth365) If you’re the parent of a school-aged child or someone who experiences learning difficulties, you understand first-hand how challenging they can be to manage. When concerned parents ask me if alternatives to strong pharmaceutical medications exist to help their child focus, the first question I ask is, “has your child been tested for food allergies?” Approximately 6 million children ... Read More »

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The best seafood selections to avoid heavy metals

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(NaturalHealth365) Most of us know that fish and other seafood items can provide an abundant source of omega-3 fatty acids and proteins. But, with heavy metals threatening the food chain, many fish lovers wonder how to keep track of which seafood still offer nutritional value without the associated health risks. First of all, to become an educated food consumer, we ... Read More »

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Four tree nuts to help eliminate metabolic syndrome

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(NaturalHealth365) The ever-increasing prevalence of obesity nationwide has given rise to a disturbing new statistic. According to the American Heart Association, between 20 and 25 percent of the adult population currently suffers from metabolic syndrome, a constellation of unhealthy conditions that significantly raises the risk of developing life-threatening illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease. To put it another way: ... Read More »

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Great news: Fruits and veggies actually destroy cancer cells

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(NaturalHealth365) Cancer, second only to heart disease as a leading cause of death for Americans, will claim the lives of over 310,000 men and 275,000 women this year, according to current statistics from the American Cancer Society. Unfortunately, this comes as no surprise to anyone witnessing the increase in pesticide and herbicide usage on our farm lands, wireless technology and ... Read More »

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The safest cookware for your home and health

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(NaturalHealth365) You might be bringing home the healthiest foods from the supermarket, but is your cookware keeping your food from keeping you healthy?  For example, did you know that non-stick (Teflon coated) pans can emit toxic fumes when overheated?  In fact, the fumes are so dangerous that they’ve been known to kill pet birds and cause flu-like symptoms in humans. ... Read More »

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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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