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    Hormone Experts offer Solution to the Top Food Sensitivities Plaguing Your Health
    In honor of National Nutrition Month, the physicians of BodyLogicMD urge you to take a closer look at your diet. Sure, you eat right, you exercise and you visit your doctor at least once a year, but despite your best efforts – your stomach is always upset and your waistline will not shrink. The mystery of...
     
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    Many Americans Lack Magnesium, Sulfur and Sulfate; One Solution from Experts: Soaking in Epsom Salt
    Many Americans are deficient in magnesium, sulfur and sulfate, experts say. It's a problem that causes a variety of health issues that could be prevented with small changes to diet and behavior, including frequent soaks in Epsom salt. A lack of magnesium, for instance, can contribute to high blood pressure,...
     
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    Expert advice from Dr. Judith Black, medical director for Senior Markets at Highmark Inc.
    Americans are living longer and are in better physical condition than their predecessors because today's senior citizens are more aware of the need to remain physically active into their "Golden Years." Whether you are a senior yourself or you are looking for ways to help the seniors in your life live...
     
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    Affecting approximately 8 million Americans, peripheral artery disease (PAD) can lead to heart attack, stroke, amputation and death.  PAD occurs when arteries in the legs become narrowed or clogged with fatty deposits, reducing blood flow to the legs.  This can result in leg muscle pain when walking,...
     
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    Seasonal health and safety experts provide tips
    The sun is shining, plants are blooming and the days are getting longer. As kids spring into the new season beginning March 20, parents have a new list of health and safety concerns to manage. That’s why the experts at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford have made themselves available for...
     
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    Partnership dedicated to ending hunger, empower people to feed themselves, and encourage healthier living
    Lightlife and the non-profit organization Urban Farming have teamed up in an effort to build healthier communities and end hunger by helping people become self-sustainable through the simple act of gardening.  Supporters can join the cause and start their own vegetable garden when they request a free...
     
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    As the demand for gluten-free continues to grow, Udi's Gluten Free Foods is expanding their product line beyond bread and bakery staples to reach consumers at more eating occasions. Today Udi's announced the launch of five new products during Natural Products Expo West in Anaheim, Calif. Natural...
     
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    NaturaNectar Expands "First Line of Functional Bee Propolis Products" With Highest Quality Brazilian Propolis
    NaturaNectar LLC announced today they introduced NaturaNectar Throat Guardian to expand and strengthen the First Line of Functional Bee Propolis Products, utilizing their proprietary water-extraction technology and the only commercial viable source of exotic, Brazilian red bee propolis in the world. PWE (Standardized...
     
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    The first line of defense in maintaining good health is proper nutrition.  During "Nutrition Awareness Month" the Minnesota Chiropractic Association (MCA) encourages you to adopt healthy eating habits that have a positive impact on your health now and in the future. The MCA offers the following...
     
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    As the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics designates March as nutrition-awareness month, diet guru Matthew Vettese offers practical tips for moderating portions, losing weight.
    Weight loss issues cannot be solved overnight. It takes a longer period of discipline and focus to enact the necessary dietary changes. That is precisely why the Academy of Nutrition and dietetics has declared March as National Nutrition Month, encouraging doctors and nutritionists around the country to provide...