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Soda and Kidney Damage

March 16th, 2017|Health Topics|

This post is not sponsored by Coke, Pepsi, Mountain Dew or _______ (feel free to insert your favorite soda). In fact, they will hate it. You have undoubtedly read a number of studies as to why it is a good idea to limit the amount of soda consumed. Here is another. A recent study from [...]

Spicy Your Life and Lower Your BP

January 31st, 2017|Health Topics|

  Problem with high blood pressure? If you are wanting to lower your BP the natural and safe way, add some spice to your food. The key ingredient in spicy foods is called Capsaicin and this is the substance that helps to lower blood pressure. Research has shown that eating spicy foods on a regular [...]

Pregnancy and Why You Need to Avoid this Common Substance

December 14th, 2016|Health Topics|

Are you pregnant? Looking to raise the healthiest baby possible? Here is something you may wish to consider. Pregnant women who have a diet that is high in fructose may be laying the foundation for high blood pressure and obesity relating to their babies, later on in life. This is the conclusion drawn from researchers [...]

5-6 Meals Per Day? Think Again.

November 29th, 2016|Health Topics, Meal|

It seems like an idea gets started and without much proof, gets repeated. And repeated. And repeated. The "eat 5-6 small meals per day which will stimulate the metabolism" is one such myth. There have been a number of  studies recently published that compared people eating  5-6 small meals throughout the day versus people eating the [...]

Do Appetite Suppressants Work?

November 27th, 2016|Health Topics|

When you choose a formula or a product to help you burn fat and lose weight, do not worry so much about “spiking” the metabolism. It is just hype. Current (and past) research shows that products that are heavily loaded with stimulants do not work. They have very little effect on fat loss whatsoever. In [...]