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Month: January 2019

Let’s Toast to Breadless Breakfast Treats

Want to avoid bread, but still want a filling, satisfying, and healthy breakfast ideas? Look no further. Here are some breadless suggestions that are nutritious and simple to prepare for the entire family. SWEET POTATO TOAST Get a good lookin’ sweet potato and cut it into square-ish slices about ¼-inch thick. Place the “sweet-potato toast” into the toaster on the highest setting. When it pops up, send it through for another round of toasting. Once removed from the toaster and onto your plate, drizzle a bit of coconut oil over the top. Then for the finale, dust with organic...

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Treadmill Safety

Treadmills have been around for years. In fact, it’s a very popular way to exercise. They are relatively easy to use and they are also very healthy. However, recently we have a seen an increase in the number of injuries at home and at gyms from the use of treadmills. And why? While it may seem silly, treadmill injuries can be severe and even life threatening. Recently the CEO from Survey Money died from a treadmill injury. Why the Increase in Treadmill Injuries? The increase in treadmill injuries may be linked to walking and using a Smart phone or...

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Look Younger Longer—Exercise Your Face!

Want to look younger for as long as possible? Exercising your face may be a good alternative to plastic surgery and injections. The Fountain of Truth The truth is that we all grow old—some with more grace than others. We live in a society where image and youthful physical attributes are held in the highest regard. It’s a shame we’re made to feel inferior (and ashamed) if we age naturally the way nature intended. The battle is then fought with weapons such as scalpels, lasers, and needles. Returning, however, is a more peaceful trend. It’s the penchant of exercising...

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Smartphones: Productivity Killers?

When interrupted at work, how long would you say it takes to return to a state of focused attention?  A moment or two?  10 minutes?  Try 23 minutes and 15 seconds!  If you’re skeptical, Gloria Mark, a professor at UC-Irvine, begs to differ. Most people will take on additional, unrelated work tasks (like checking their smartphones) before getting back on track.  And before they realize it, where has the time gone? Pros and Cons For the many ways smartphones are designed to make life more convenient, new studies illuminate the downside to the devices.  In fact, the very ability...

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New Study Reveals a Surprise About Hormone Replacement Therapy

Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) can be controversial, and a recent study reveals a finding that may sway your decision. Menopausal Decisions Post-menopausal women as well as those in the throes, are either curious, confused, determined, or shun the use of HRT. Over the years, theories of whether hormone treatment is safe, effective, or potentially harmful have been bandied about. A new study reveals that memory and thinking skills are not necessarily protected when estrogen is taken after menopause. To clarify, HRT doesn’t affect cognition in the positive way many believed it would. The study found that changes in mental...

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