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Peptides: What They Are, How They Work, and How They Can Boost Your Health

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Even if you don’t know what it means, you’ve likely seen the word plastered on skincare labels with increasing frequency in recent years: peptides.

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Celebrate & Lose Weight With Our Holiday Eating Guide

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The holidays are coming: that time of year when everywhere you turn you smell something amazing.  And, if you’re like most people, you give yourself a little leeway during the holiday season. After all, you want to enjoy everything about the season — including the desserts.

However, you also want to be mindful of your choices and your health.

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Is Blue Light Destroying Your Sleep?

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One cornerstone of wellness is getting an appropriate amount of sleep. In today's world, an inadequate amount of  sleep is often the byproduct of stress. The absence of sleep, especially over the long term, can contribute to significant health problems like heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, and diabetes. It can also contribute to the signs of aging and diminished mental sharpness.

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This Gene Will Tell You How Your Body Process Caffeine

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Whether you're an athlete or you just need a boost to start the workday, a cup of coffee is the go-to caffeine boost to perform your best. But is that caffeine actually draining you more than it’s invigorating you?

New research on our genetic code gives us a new perspective on how caffeine affects us individually. The answer to the age-old question “Is coffee actually good for me?” can be found in your CYP1A2 gene, which controls how quickly your body metabolizes and breaks down caffeine.

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How Nutrition Impacts Your Health

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You likely have heard that balanced nutrition is a critical aspect of a healthy lifestyle. But how important is nutrition? Can you live a healthy life without following a balanced diet? If you don't monitor your nutrition, what risks could you face?

In this article, we'll examine the role nutrition plays in your overall health, the benefit of following a balanced diet, and the best diet to follow to maintain optimal health for years to come.


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If These Diseases Run in Your Family, These Foods Can Help

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You want to live as long of a life as possible. But you also want to enjoy your life as you get older. To do that, you’ll need to protect your health—mental and physical—so you can get the most out of every day.

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5 Pumpkin Spice Treats That Won't Ruin Your Diet

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When the leaves start to turn, it’s time for boots, football, bonfires, and of course...pumpkin. Whether it’s in your favorite coffee drink, a decadent pie, or some yummy muffins, pumpkin-flavored foods everywhere. Unfortunately, all these seasonal delights can do major damage to your waistline. But have no fear; we’re here to help.          

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4 Surprising Health Benefits of Sex for Women

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Great sex is revered as the pinnacle of human experience. As women age beyond child-bearing years and into menopause, however, sex can seem unnecessary or inconsequential—especially if it is uncomfortable or painful.    

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When You Should Consider Getting A diVa Treatment

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Women’s health can be a complex and nuanced issue. Some of the ways your body changes as a result of childbirth, menopause, or aging can be tricky to discuss, even with a doctor. You might think difficulties with sex are a sign of getting older, or that they aren’t worth bringing up. So you keep them to yourself. Then, you’re the one who suffers.

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What Are The Benefits Of A Grain-free Diet?

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If you’re looking for an effective way to obtain better health and feel younger, the solution may be easier than you think. 

According to some experts, just one culprit in your diet may be causing several of your health problems. That culprit is grain.

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