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7 Subtle Signs that You’re Eating Plenty of Sugar

Sugar has been demonized so much by experts, but the truth is that it is an essential source of energy and plays a crucial role in our survival. But here’s the thing — all sugars are not the same.

Can Fasting Compensate for the Holiday Pounds?

Most people overindulge during the holidays. This is despite how much of the year they’ve devoted to healthy eating.

7 Tips for Your Ideal Evening

Most people want nothing more than relaxing after a long day at work, and although there are many ways to do it, most people resort to the seemingly easiest — watching Netflix or hitting up the nearest happy hours bar.

The Best Foods to Clean Out Your Liver

Your liver is a powerhouse. It performs several essential tasks, such as producing proteins, cholesterol, and bile, to storing minerals, vitamins, and carbohydrates.

Why Do I Wake Up At The Same Time Every Night?

Waking up at the same time every night may seem like some weird habit, but it isn’t. A pattern is a choice — something like setting an alarm clock. But it is possible to wake simultaneously, even without the aid of an alarm clock.

How To Fix Nocturia for Good

Nocturia is the medical term for “excessive urination at night.” It is different from an overactive bladder.

The Health Benefits of Light Therapy

Light therapy is a medical treatment in which artificial or natural light is used to treat a medical condition.

10 Early Warning Signs of Kidney Disease

At least 37 million American adults have kidney disease. The problem is that a majority are not aware that they have it.

Is It Possible to Achieve Optimal Vitamin D levels From Food?

Vitamin D is one of the essential nutrients required by the body and has many health benefits. But, unfortunately, most adults fall short of it.

Types of Belly Fat: Which of These Do You Have?

Having some belly fat is normal. Fat, after all, offers protection and insulation to the human body. But having an excess may be harmful to your health. So what are the different types?

Does Resistance Training Reduce Appetite?

From muscle building to calorie burning to keep your heart strong, resistance training and exercise affect your body in several ways. Exercise — mostly the long and intense forms can change your body’s response to hunger cues.

Replacing Sitting with Standing Reduces Risk Factors of Cardiovascular Health

In this article, we will look at why sitting can have impressive benefits for health. It may boost productivity as well.



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