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I’m a health expert – here are five tips to boost your body and mind this spring

You succeeded. The long stormy winter is over and spring is here! We are in an abundance of daylight, a warmth that doesn’t involve turning on the heating, and the world is starting to get properly green and leafy again. But before you go for bleach and marigolds, it’s worth …

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Eating Habits You Should Follow If Your Family Has High Blood Pressure – Eat This, Not That

If you know high blood pressure runs in your family, consider yourself lucky. You now have a clear warning sign to prompt you to take steps to avoid developing hypertension yourself, such as changing your eating habits. You see, high blood pressure is often called “the silent killer.” Most people …

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Diets: alternatives to lead a healthy and happy life

Each year that begins is a new opportunity to realize the cherished dream of eating healthy and saying goodbye to being overweight. According to nutrition experts, a series of scientifically backed eating plans can help you take care of your figure and your health at the same time. The European …

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Muscadine grapes and longevity are strongly linked

The beauty of eating for longevity — prioritizing foods and drinks associated with adding years to your life — is that it doesn’t require searching for hard-to-find specialty foods or spending a lot of money. silver. Chances are, you already have several longevity superstars in your fridge and pantry right …

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Moms bond over family nutrition at #AlagangAlaska Nutri-Talks Forum – Manila Newsletter

Top row, from left: celebrity Rica Peralejo and nutritionist and dietitian Reginna Emiliene Lat, RND; Bottom row: event host and radio DJ Mama Emma “Mother knows best” is more than just a saying. From your best friends to your favorite foods, your hobbies and even your favorite celebrities, your mom …

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Four things millennial men should know about reproductive health

Modern lifestyles – which are riddled with stress – require modern interventions in order to ensure health. When it comes to men’s reproductive health, there is a lot of stigma attached to it, which can lead to misconceptions. Dr Kshitiz Murdia, CEO and co-founder of Indira IVF, said that while …

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Sickle cell disease and nutrition (II)

In the first part, I highlighted the key factors that affect the nutritional needs of sickle cell patients. The series of articles also looked at some of the factors that increased the nutritional requirements of sickle cell patients. The article also briefly discussed the diverse nutritional needs of sickle cell …

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Healthy diet for Covid-19 after recovery

Recovering from Covid-19 isn’t the only battle to be won, but maintaining your post-infection health is a tall order as well. Covid is an inflammatory disease that can have lasting effects for up to six to eight months after the discharge affecting different organs, especially the liver and lungs. Covid-19 …

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What we eat today: grandma’s jar

DUBAI: During the holy month of Ramadan, the sudden change in what and when people eat, coupled with lower water intake, can lead to loss of moisture and skin elasticity, making her look dull and tired. But fasting does not mean that the skin has to be hungry. Arab News …

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