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Dealing with ADHD through diet

Problems in children with inattentiveness, impulsivity and over activity or a combination of all three have been attributed to ADHD. ..

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The truth about MSG

In these months leading up to the next presidential election one would hope that the candidates for office would willingly be announcing their fight against toxins being put into our food …

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Five ways soda effects your health
The next time that you reach for that refreshing ice cold, sugary sweet, carbonated canned drink, think again.  Although it feels great to down a can of the old fizz there are some hazards that you should be aware of. Drink Soda, extract Calcium When you drink soda, which... Read more
Study finds soluble fiber helps burn belly fat

Say goodbye to those love handles. A new study by researchers has revealed that soluble fiber may be good for your stomach fat…

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The wonders of wheatgrass

Wheatgrass contains at least 13 vitamins (several are antioxidants), including B12, many minerals and trace elements, including selenium, and all 20 amino acids…

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Basic dieting facts

Basic dieting facts

Diet March 12, 2009

There are whole industries devoted to weight loss – diet books, exercise machines, workout programs and cosmetic surgery are all for sale to help you loose weight. But are they effective or even necessary? The answer is no…

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South Beach Diet Book Review

The title sounds gimmicky enough to be just another kooky fad diet book, but five years after the publication of “The South Beach Diet,” Dr. Arthur Agatston’s New York Times bestseller remains one of the most serious, science-backed diet books ever written…

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Buying the right protein supplement

Protein is one of the main building blocks to developing muscle. For gym enthusiasts, a protein supplement can go a long way in helping to achieve your goals. Not all protein supplements are created equal…

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Reviewing the Revolution: A look at the new Atkins diet

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When Dr. Robert Atkins first published his low-carb diet book, he took a bold approach and titled it “The Diet Revolution.” In the 1970s, Dr. Atkins was one of just a handful of doctors who pushed for a diet low in carbohydrates instead of a diet low in fat and calories. n his follow-up to that book, “Dr. Atkins’ New Diet Revolution,” his story is that of a David beating Goliath. With ten more years of research to back his once outrageous claims of high fat diets being good for weight loss, Atkins writes with a confidant flourish that pushes his findings and strengthens his, and those who follow his diets, resolve for healthy eating…

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