Author: Diethics

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Are canned goods bad for your health?

For years, we believed that it’s healthy to avoid eating canned goods. However, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Lifestyle, eating canned goods provide more benefits than we thought.  In fact, the infamous food can improve our intake of fruits and vegetables, which is good for our health. Base on the...

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The Benefits of Vitamin E in Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s diseases is a debilitating condition that can interfere with your daily activities. Patients who suffer from this condition experiences fast decline in their cognitive functioning. Good news is, there is a new study that was published in JAMA which suggests that taking vitamin E supplements may help slow down the symptoms associated with the disease...

Five Things Brain Fog Is Trying To Tell You

Brain fog may not be a medically recognized term, but it is extremely common in the real world of work, school and family life. To put it simply, brain or mental fog is a state of forgetfulness, confusion, lack of mental clarity, and focus. These symptoms can lead to major mental burnout, anxiety, depression, and well...

6 Great Workouts for Seniors to Stay Fit and Active

As we age we begin to lose strength and bone density. We can eat all the protein we want and take lots of calcium, but there’s nothing as beneficial as exercise can be for us. Incorporating some daily activity into your routine is essential for your long-term health. Consider these great ways to get active: Walking...

K.O. COPD with H2O2 Therapy

 How Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide Helps COPD and Emphysema Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, COPD, is a very common lung diseases that makes it difficult to breathe, can cause chronic bronchitis, and includes the illness emphysema. Smoking is usually the cause for this condition; however, exposure to certain gases or fumes at work or heavy amounts of...

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SAD? Get a Back Rub: How Massage Therapy can Alleviate Symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder

Got the winter blues? It might be more than just having a bad day. Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, affects about 4 to 6 percent of Americans severely and 10 to 20 percent may have a mild case of SAD, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians. SAD is four times more likely in women...

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How to be fit and live a minimalist beauty lifestyle

Being into fitness and into beauty is really tough. And add healthy to the mix and it becomes really tough. Because as a beauty health blogger it can sometimes get overwhelming. The need to lose a few pounds within couple of weeks can sometimes be unhealthy. And the need to be always flawless and flaunt a...

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Breast Feeding vs. Bottle Feeding – Know The Facts To Make the Right Decision for You

Breast feeding vs. bottle feeding is a question new mothers struggle with every day. They may want to breast feed, but know they are heading back to work in only a few short weeks, making the decision even more difficult. Knowing the advantages and disadvantages can help you make the right decision for you and your...