We often think of health and disease in terms of the health of our organs such as the liver, kidneys, lungs, heart, and brain. However, true health happens on the cellular level. While the more significant manifestation may be a liver, kidney, or heart condition, invariably, the root cause almost always has something to do…

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What Is The Difference Between Type One And Type 2 Diabetes? Type 1 Diabetes Type 1 diabetes results from the human immune system mistaking the body’s beta cells, which produce insulin, for foreign cells and causing their destruction leading to complete pancreatic failure. Insulin is a protein that allows the transport of sugar into cells to provide energy.…

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Do you know what homocysteine is? If you don’t, you’re not alone. Most people have never heard of it, but at this very moment, it could be damaging your health. Homocysteine is a natural substance made by the body when it breaks down protein. People who exercise excessively, consume a lot of animal protein, have…

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Drinking artificially sweetened beverages may be no more heart healthy than consuming soft drinks, syrups or fruit drinks, according to research published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Findings from the French NutriNet-Santé cohort, launched in 2009, indicated that intake of sugary or artificially sweetened drinks at any volume may be associated with…

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Minerals come with fantastic health benefits such as maintaining strong bones, maintaining blood vessel health, promoting dental health, improving brain function, ensuring good blood circulation, improving your metabolism, and more. Minerals can do wonders to keep every organ active and promote wellness and good health. They maintain body functions that are essential to sustain life,…

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You can’t stand in a checkout line without seeing at least a few magazine headlines about how to look younger. While dreading some wrinkles and sagging skin isn’t uncommon, there’s so much more to aging well. Aging gracefully isn’t about trying to look like a 20-something; it’s about living your best life and having the…

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Iron deficiency is common among Americans. But certain groups are more at risk for it than others, like women, children, vegetarians, and people who give blood frequently. Not getting enough iron can set your body back. That is because iron helps create blood, transport oxygen, fight infections, and produces energy. How do you know if…

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