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MILK: DOES IT DO A BODY GOOD?

MILK: DOES IT DO A BODY GOOD?

MILK: DOES IT DO A BODY GOOD? HARVARD STUDY SUGGESTS THAT CALCIUM CONSUMPTION BY ADULTS MAY NOT PREVENT OSTEOPOROSIS By S and ra G. BoodmanAugust 5, 1997 Drinking milk or consuming other foods high in calcium does not protect adult women from the hip or arm fractures...

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Refreshing Lemon Blackberry Popsicles

Refreshing Lemon Blackberry Popsicles

It’s hot outside! Cool down with my popsicle recipe of the day, tune in all week for a new one each day! Refreshing lemon blackberry popsicles Ingredients- 1 can coconut milk (full fat; 13.5 oz) 1/2 cup raw honey OR coconut sap sugar (I like these refreshing and tart,...

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Chiropractic and Fertility

Chiropractic and Fertility

Infertility can be a difficult journey affecting more couples each year leading them to rely on conventional medicine which often includes drugs and surgery. Fortunately, our society is changing their thought process on how to reach health and wellness and looking for...

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Nutrition for Fertility: Add Optimal Fats/Lipids

Nutrition for Fertility: Add Optimal Fats/Lipids

Let’s please call them lipids (a more accurate term) rather, as so many of us have an unhappy association with the word fat.  Lipids play a vital role in our bodies so ensuring we have plenty of the right kind of lipids helps with our overall nutrition and fertility. ...

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Nutrition: Stick to Lower Sugar Fruits

Nutrition: Stick to Lower Sugar Fruits

As we continue on our series of nutrition and how it effects your fertility, today we are going touch on the importance of opting for fruits lower in sugar. Have lots of berries, they are rich in antioxidants and tend to be lower in naturally occurring sugars. Apples...

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The New Dirty Dozen

The New Dirty Dozen

Once a year the Environmental Working Group sets out to test and analyze multiple samples of fruits and vegetables, to see exactly how much pesticide contamination we’re consuming. The group analyzed more then 38,800 nonorganic samples taken by the USDA and the Food...

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