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Skipping Breakfast? Think Again.

Who needs cereal, eggs, and home fries in the a.m. when your tummy doesn’t even rumble till near lunchtime? You’d be surprised. You have a greater risk of heart disease Dora Milanovich/Shutterstock Some 31 million Americans are breakfast skippers, studies show. Some are trying to cut calories, some are too busy during the morning rush,
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Turmeric : The Spice of Longevity

Turmeric is a traditional Cooking spice and medicine grown in India, and other parts of south east Asia, is a staple in classic curry dishes. Turmeric has been used since ancient times for healing in Ayurveda, the tradition medicine system of India, which dates back to at least 5000 years. Turmeric continues to shine today,
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Ditch the Microwave?

Article Courtesy of http://fithog.com/5-reasons-you-should-avoid-using-microwaves/ If you’re like most Americans, you use your microwave oven on a regular basis. First introduced in 1967 by the Amana Corporation, the microwave has become a North American kitchen staple. Microwave television dinners became all the rage, and you could have a meal ready in just seconds. Most appliances work
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Building a Better Brain

Ask someone on the far side of 50 about “senior moments” and often you’ll get a laugh. But for many people there’s a nervous edge behind that playful acknowledgment: In one survey, 57% of Americans reported diminished brain function as their biggest age-related concern, compared with 43% who worried about declining physical capacity. That fear
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