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Diet Books Have Always Been Terrible

Diet books both reflect and shape our culture's views on health and wellness, purportedly giving us the tools we need to live longer, better, healthier ...

VIDEO: Could grubs solve malnutrition?

Grubs could hold the key to solving a major issue of malnutrition in Cameroon, according to scientists.

Oils to try with indigenous roots

The Healthy Roots Indigenous Wellness Challenge is all about prioritizing healthy foods into your diet while giving honour to those foods indigenous ...

5 Health and Wellness Apps Every Busy Professional Needs To Know

Sticking to a healthy diet plan and workout routine can be both costly and time consuming, but thanks to technology it doesn't have to be. Long gone ...

Miracle Food! Eat Broccoli Regularly to Lower Your Liver Cancer Risk

“The normal story about broccoli and health is that it can protect against a ... nodules increased in the liver of mice given the Westernized diet to eat.

Paleo Diet: 15 Health Hacks You Didn't Know (Part 2)

We already brought you part one of this list of interesting and informative facts about the paleo diet, the approach to food that is sweeping the nation.

Mashed-up peanut in diet helps your infant stay away from allergies

The findings in the New England Journal of Medicine have prompted global health authorities to reconsider long-held advice that babies should avoid ...



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