Vitamin D Deficiency and Other Micronutrient Deficiencies

Vitamin D Deficiency and Other Micronutrient Deficiencies

Vitamin D deficiency gets a lot of attention as it is a crucial vitamin for optimal health – but there are micronutrient deficiencies to consider as well. It’s proven: 31 percent of people in the United States are at risk for a deficiency in at least one vitamin or...

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How to Boost Your Health with Coffee

How to Boost Your Health with Coffee

There is something about coffee that strikes an emotional cord with people - we love it, but can you boost your health with coffee? Is it a guilty pleasure or natural superfood? We thought we would clear up any confusion and shed some light on the science-based health...

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What to Eat During Pregnancy: Myths and Facts

What to Eat During Pregnancy: Myths and Facts

What to eat during pregnancy? This question has many answers and navigating mixed messages can be confusing. Prenatal nutrition expert, Ryann Kipping of The Prenatal Nutritionist joins us here to explore some myths and facts about what to eat during pregnancy. Content...

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Nutrition to Reduce Cancer Risk: Beyond the Headlines

Nutrition to Reduce Cancer Risk: Beyond the Headlines

This blog content is re-published with permission from Smart Bytes®, a blog by Karen Collins, an expert on nutrition to reduce cancer risk. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by today’s headline hype about nutrition to reduce cancer risk. The good news is that your...

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Think Running a Marathon is Out of Reach? Think Again

Think Running a Marathon is Out of Reach? Think Again

I did it! I ran a marathon. Well, kind of. I ran a cumulative 26.2 miles over the course of a month, logging my miles each time I ran. Running is not my preferred exercise or even my preferred cardio, but I had become bored of my routine and sought a new challenge...

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