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Osteoporosis (Bone Loss) Prevention: Act Today!
Study - Know Yourself - June 22, 2018
Bone loss may be part of the ageing process, but not a foregone conclusion. Some risk factors for osteoporosis you can’t change, but certain lifestyle practices can be used to your advantage to decrease your risk for osteoporosis.
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Multiple Sclerosis, Nutrition And Physical Activity
Study - Eat Well - May 11, 2018
There is no cure for Multiple sclerosis and drugs are not always effective. Many people with MS choose alternative therapies, but the effectiveness of these therapies may be uncertain. What may help and what doesn’t?
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Wheat: Do You Need To Eliminate Or Evaluate This Grain
Study - Eat Well - April 28, 2018
Wheat and/or gluten can cause allergic reactions and gastrointestinal distress in some people. It has been claimed wheat causes weight gain and other health issues. Eliminate wheat and all your health problems will cease: or will they?
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Menopause: Diet And Exercise Therapy To Ease The Transition
Study - Know Yourself - February 16, 2018
The process of menopause can be uncomfortable and even debilitating. Hormone replacement therapies can reduce some of the effects of menopause, but many women want to take a natural drug-free approach. Is this possible with nutrition and exercise?
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Your Gut Microbiome, Your Immune System, And Your Health
Study - Eat Well - October 27, 2017
Gut biome, microflora, or microbiota, the tiny living organisms that inhabit your gastrointestinal tract impact your health in many ways particularly as a key player in your immune system and in reducing your risk of disease. How?
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