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What Do Antioxidants Really Do?

What Do Antioxidants Really Do?

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It’s one of the most popular and trendy buzzwords that catches the attention of health-conscious consumers: Antioxidants and what it really can do for your body. Do your eyes light up every time you see “antioxidants” on a label?  Most people really do not understand what an antioxidant is and how it works in the body so read on to be in the know and understand just why you should be loading that grocery cart up with antioxidant rich foods.
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How to Balance Your Hormones Naturally

How to Balance Your Hormones Naturally

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The constant fluctuations of our hormones, especially if you are female, can be affected by stress, the foods you eat, and the lifestyle you lead, as well as the environment in which you live. Find out a few tips on how to get your hormones more balanced…naturally.
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Yoga to Alleviate Depression and Anxiety

Yoga to Alleviate Depression and Anxiety

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New studies are being done all over the world that have found yoga to be one of the best and most effective ways to melt away the most common mental health disorders, depression and anxiety, thanks in part to deep breathing. Find out why yoga is one of the best natural treatments out there for depression and anxiety.

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The Powerful Relationship Between Sleep and Happiness

The Powerful Relationship Between Sleep and Happiness

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The old wise tale of needing to get at least eight hours of uninterrupted sleep per night may be harder for the modern man or woman to obtain these days. Eight hours seemed to be what most people needed to wake up feeling refreshed. However, what if there were more direct benefits to sleep than just feeling well rested? Did you know that there is a powerful relationship between sleep and happiness?
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Three Things You Can Do Everyday to Reduce Your Risk of Skin Cancer

Three Things You Can Do Everyday to Reduce Your Risk of Skin Cancer

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  Are you at risk for skin cancer? Do you know what puts some people at higher risk compared to others? Based on statistics, here are the top risk factors from the American Cancer Society. If you have fair skin, are male, are exposed to large amounts of chemicals or ultraviolet (UV) light, are older in age, smoke, are genetically predisposed to skin problems such as have psoriasis, smoke, or have a weakened immune system or HPV infection then statistically speaking you are at a higher risk for skin cancer. If you identified with a few or more on this...

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