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5 Healthy Foods For Women

by Vineetha Reddy | Wouldn’t you love it if all foods you ate were delicious, nutritious and healthy, all at the same time? Healthy eating is not just about following strict nutritional philosophies and staying unrealistically thin. It is also about feeling great, stabilizing our moods, and having sufficient energy. Some foods can help women by fending off things like breast ...

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Eat More Healthy Fats. Here’s Why & How You Can Revolutionize Your Health

by Robert Oliva | Increasing the amount of high quality fat, including saturated fat, in your diet may be the best thing you can do for your health. It’s time to put aside the low-fat diet schemes that have dominated the diet industry for over 40 years. Sound, scientific research supports the reasonable consumption of healthy fats, including saturated fat, as ...

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8 Simple Ways To Stimulate Your Brain Power

by Mark DeNicola | It’s the part of our body that we most often use, yet it’s also the one that we love to neglect and take for granted. As the main processing unit for pretty well everything that we do, you’d think that we’d all be looking for every way possible to take care of it. Yet the majority of ...

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15 Things To Stop Doing To Yourself

by Mark DeNicola | I was recently inspired to put together a list of tendencies that I have found in both the observation of myself and those around me. These tendencies, in my opinion, can make life a lot more complicated and difficult to go through than it needs to be. Read through the list, see how many apply to you ...

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A Recipe For Fat Flush Water (It Literally Flushes Fat)

You may have heard some of the hype about “Fat Flush Water.” But how exactly does water flush fat out of your system? Clearly, water is not some kind of magic diet supplement. Your body needs enough water every day to keep hydrated and cleanse itself of unwanted materials. Fat deposits that form on the body can be tough to ...

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Cannabis: The Healing Herb

By Sam Gandy | Cannabis…just say ‘know’ Cannabis is the most popular illicit substance in the world, and prior to aspirin was used in as the primary pain reliever in the Western World. It is non toxic, and is near impossible to overdose on, and deaths are extremely rare (and linked to pre-existing conditions). Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the key psychoactive compound ...

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Living Beyond The 5 Senses: The Importance Of Exercise For The Evolution Of Consciousness

by Teresa L. DeCicco | The physical human body was meant to move. When it is not walking, running, stretching, and bending regularly, it does not function very well. Though movement is essential, more and more people are choosing to live sedentary lives. Choosing to have movement in one’s life each and every day is in fact vital for the evolution ...

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Why Complaining Is Holding You Back & How To Stop

by Alanna Ketler | We all do it at some point or another, usually quite a few times per day and generally too much. We complain about the weather, our jobs, our partners, our friends, our cars, our houses, our headaches, our food, our plants, our animals and pretty much everything else. Why do we do this? I think that we ...

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Feeling Low Energy and Tired All The Time? Try This Out!

By Andrea Schulman | One thing that I’ve noticed over the years is that sometimes my habits have caused me to get into a low energy state.  For example, perhaps I’ve been feeling down in the dumps about something, so I’ll sit or lay down a lot, lower my rate of productivity and generally “space out.”  As a result, my energy ...

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Watch the amazing change when this woman with cerebral palsy smokes cannabis

Jacqueline Patterson was born with cerebral palsy, a congenital disorder that affects her motor functions. As a result of her condition, she suffers from a severe stutter and major pain and weakness on her right side. This video showcases the amazing effect of cannabis on her condition. As a mother she doesn’t want her disability to affect her relationship with ...

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