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What You Put in Your Body Affects Your Health Greatly


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What You Put in Your Body Affects Your Health Greatly

I have always been one of those people who could eat whatever they wanted and never gain weight, and due to that fact, I never used to put much thought into what I ate. When I started experiencing health problems, my doctor ordered some tests and found that I was experiencing anemia due to an iron-deficient diet. I am grateful I had this "wake up call" before I continued to eat a bad diet for the rest of my life, because I soon also realized my diet was lacking vitamins and minerals. I changed my eating habits and began to feel much better. I began juicing to take advantage of all of the vitamins and minerals in healthy, fresh juice. I have learned a lot about health during my commitment to leading a healthier lifestyle, so I decided to start a blog to share my health advice with the world!

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Cutting Calories Without Feeling Drowsy

If you have recently started a new weight loss regimen, then you may understand that calorie reduction is the key to successful weight loss. Slow weight loss is wise. If you are a woman, then you should consume about 1500 calories a day to lose about a pound a week. If you are a man, then you should consume about 2,000 calories a day. Once you reduce your calorie intake, you may start to feel a bit drowsy. Read More 

Still Dealing With Pain Months After Your Shingles Have Healed? What Are Your Options?

Although many adults who have never had shingles themselves (or spent time with a close friend or relative dealing with this ailment) may tend to view it as nothing more serious than a bad case of chicken pox, some shingles sufferers may find themselves dealing with severe nerve pain months or sometimes even years after the blisters have subsided. What can you do to stem this pain and allow yourself to live a more normal life without relying on over-the-counter or prescription pain relievers? Read More 

What Makes An Ayurvedic Practitioner Different?

There is no doubt that there have been great strides in medicine in the past century. However, that does not mean that the old medicines and treatments are bad or don't work. In a world that has become used to getting everything "now," modern medicine has had to keep up with the demands of the people. When patients demand to feel better immediately, doctors must use a way to treat the symptoms of a disease or disorder. Read More 

Three Eczema Triggers To Avoid

Eczema is a chronic skin condition that can be triggered by a variety of factors. If you suffer from eczema, you'll need to avoid these triggers to keep your condition under control. Cold The arrival of cold winter weather may trigger your eczema, so it's important to keep your skin warm. If your skin is exposed directly to the cold winds, your skin can be damaged, which breaks down the natural barriers and may trigger a flare up of eczema. Read More 

Choosing The Right Headstone For Your Cemetery

Choosing a headstone is part of planning a funeral for your loved one, and you may put a lot of thought and consideration into the one you select. As you search for the perfect way to honor your loved one's memory, you'll need to take into account the rules and regulations at the cemetery he or she will be buried in. Use this guide to ensure the right headstone for your loved one and the cemetery. Read More