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Milk without the “Moo”

When dietary concerns, food sensitivities or curiosity prompt us to try alternative milks, it helps to know the basic facts about the leading types, to choose the best ones for us. Almond Milk Pro: Almond milk is low in fat and can be easily made at home, so ingredients are known. One cup of homemade
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Magnesium : Types & Benefits

n a recent study, it was found that nearly 60% of all Americans[1] likely have a magnesium deficiency. A Magnesium deficiency has been shown to the root cause of many major diseases[2] such as Diabetes, Osteoporosis, Heart Disease, Depression, and musculoskeletal disorders such as Fibromyalgia. Magnesium supplements such as Magnesium glycinate and magnesium malate provide a powerful means to remedy
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Should I Take Nutritional Supplements?

There is no absolute answer to whether or not supplementation is necessary, as it depends on the relative case. To err on the side of caution…no it is not always necessary to supplement. However, there are instances of when it is beneficial and people can benefit from therapeutic supplementation. Simply put, food is the foundation
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Natural Remedies for Pets

by Sandra Murphy Rather than routinely giving  drugs to dogs and itchy cats to relieve dry, itchy skin or food allergies, consider more gentle natural alternatives. As with people, knowing what an animal is allergic to is key to finding the right remedy and preventing future outbreaks. With dogs, about 20 percent of itching and
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