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Don't Ditch Your Daily Dose of Vitamin D

Much of the vitamin D our body requires can be obtained naturally through sufficient sun exposure. However, despite its availability, vitamin D deficiency is still a worldwide concern. In fact, the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey concluded that about 41.6% of American adult population has lower vitamin D levels than the ideal. A separate report by the Center for [...]

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You May Be Suffering From an Autoimmune Disease; You Just Don't Know It Yet

Diagnosis and treatment for autoimmune diseases explained Our bodies are amazingly designed with an innate ability to detect and ward off foreign substances that disturb our homeostasis and threaten our health. Our immune system, through its vast network of cells and tissues, is able to activate white blood cells to fight bacteria, viruses, allergens, infections or toxins that it deems [...]

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12 Anti-Aging Benefits of Glutathione

We often say – “Age is just a number”. But is it really JUST a number? No matter how hard we deny it, aging brings a lot of uncertainties and fears. The physical changes can be overwhelming – reduced mobility, hearing impairment, visual deterioration, and diminished mental performance to name a few. These alterations don’t even include the emotional, [...]

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Beets Health Benefits, Nutrition, and Cooking Tips

Get to Know BeetsBeets have long been recognized as an all-star vegetable, a superfood passed on from the ancient gardens of the Mediterranean region to our kitchens today. It’s called by different names – table beet, garden beet, red beet, beetroot (referring to the fleshly, edible root of the plant) and beet greens or beet tops (often used [...]

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Bile Definition, Function of Bile and its Role in the Biliary Tree Not much attention is given to the condition of our bile. In fact, unless you are diagnosed with liver, gallbladder or digestion problems, how would you know to think of it? Some wouldn’t even know what it is. For people whose gallbladder has already been surgically removed, [...]

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Flukes, Tapeworms and other Biliary Parasites: Are They Your Real Problems?

They say, “The best gifts come in small packages” but I’m afraid you can’t say the same for the tiny and microscopic parasites that may be living inside you. Just the thought of having the wriggling, feeding, slimy creatures in your body may be enough to make your hair stand on end. It’s bad enough that its mere mention [...]

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5 Zinc Carnosine Benefits for Digestive Health

Whether you are aware or not, you may be doing many things that can potentially damage your gut – not eating well, neglecting exercise, stressing out, taking unnecessary medications, and even polluting your body by drinking excessively or smoking. Before you know it, you’re feeling lethargic, bloated, nauseous, and overweight. Worse, you may start suffering from pain. Although many may dismiss [...]

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5 Reasons for Weight Gain After Gallbladder Removal

For many, cholecystectomy or gallbladder removal is the only promise of relief from all their gallbladder pain and trouble. This makes the procedure one of the most frequently performed surgeries. Deciding to have it was even made easier with the development of laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Due to its less invasive nature, healing time and recovery is much quicker, with most patients [...]

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Are Bile Salts Worth Your Money?

If you are putting a premium on your health, it’s no longer news to you that a healthy lifestyle, just like any other investment, will cost you time, effort and money. Your gym membership and workout equipment comes at a price. So as your friends are enjoying the lazy Sunday mornings, you are already sweating it like you mean [...]

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Which Fats Can I Eat with Gallbladder Problems

Fats Within the Foods May Be Easier                Avocado oil within the fruit itself can be easier to tolerate than the extracted oil. Likewise, olives can be easier on the gallbladder than olive oil and fish vs fish oil. Sometimes oil is hard to take. But gallbladder problems can be caused by too little fat as [...]

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