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It is a fact of life that our bodies and their processes change over the course of our lives. As we begin to experience the effects of aging, we might spend more nights in and fewer days running ourselves ragged. While you may feel this shift noticeably in your muscles and joints, the digestive system also changes in ways that are not as obvious.

It’s 3:00 pm. You’re starting to feel sluggish, and your day is far from over. Your first thought may be to make a cup of coffee or crack open a can of soda for an energy boost, but there are downsides to drinking too much caffeine. Feeling jittery, uneasy, agitated, or anxious can all be signs that you’re on caffeine overload.

While it’s critical to eliminate inflammatory foods when on an anti-inflammatory diet, it’s equally as important to add certain foods to help encourage a normal inflammatory response. Here are the top foods to help make your diet more effective!

Spoiler alert: we do. As early as 20 years of age, the body begins producing fewer digestive enzymes, and with each passing decade, enzymes decrease in number more rapidly.

You’ve probably heard about the importance of watching your cholesterol and blood pressure in connection with preventing heart disease, but inflammation is another influential factor that is worth mentioning. 
One of the five vital organs in the human body, the heart’s job is to pump blood through the circulatory system, providing oxygen and nutrients to the other organs and carrying away waste.
Unlike the Fountain of Youth, aging gracefully isn’t necessarily a myth. But while you might wish for a magical cure-all, keeping your skin glowing and firm takes consistent work throughout your life. 

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