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Eat a Healthy Rainbow Diet for Youth & Longevity
Foods rich in antioxidants are anti-aging foods. And these colorful antioxidants are some of the healthiest foods to eat, offering great antioxidant benefits.
Eat a High Fiber Diet for a Long, Healthy Life
A high fiber diet is essential to good health. High fiber foods reduce your risk for diabetes, heart disease, certain cancers and death from any cause at all.
Eat Foods that Prevent Cancer
Make foods that prevent cancer, particularly fresh fruits and vegetables part of your everyday eating plan. Here´s why!
Eat Healthy & Exercise for a Healthy Heart
In order for a woman to avoid heart disease (the number one killer in women), what’s most important – healthy eating, regular exercise or to lose weight?
Eat More Fiber to Lose Weight
Could a lack of daily fiber in the diet be a major cause of our obesity epidemic, while contributing to diabetes and heart disease from excess body weight?
Eating Garlic Health and Medicinal Benefits
Eating garlic health and medicinal benefits have been known for ages. Learn the many garlic health benefits and how planting and growing garlic is easy to do.
Eating Healthy Fruits and Vegetables - 5 a Day
What are the health benefits of fruits and vegetables? Here's how eating healthy fruits and vegetables – at least 5 a day, reduces aging and risk of disease.
Eating Healthy Is the Best Way to Lose Weight
Knowing what’s the best way to lose weight can get confusing. But here’s proof of the best way to lose weight from those who’ve succeeded and kept it off!
Eating too Much Salt & Getting too Much Sodium?
Are you eating too much salt and getting too much sodium in your diet? Probably! Find out how much sodium per day is healthy and how to eat a low sodium diet.
Effects of Smoking and Memory Loss
Effects of smoking are clearly devastating. But, if you need another reason to give it up, try to remember this one. Research published in the American Journal of Public Health shows that smokers over the age of 40 have a much faster rate of memory loss than non-smokers.
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