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By Mark Taylor As time passes, more and more people seem to be paying greater attention to their bodies and health, compared to other historical periods. One way to quickly drop unwanted pounds would be through low carb cooking and dieting in a responsible manner. This the method of keeping

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By Nathan Starr Eating healthy, dieting, and losing weight are trends that never go out of style. One trend that seems destined to stick around is clean eating, which involves ridding your diet of processed, fatty, and fried foods, and replacing them with healthy and fresh foods. Here are some

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A Mediterranean diet may be the key to a longer, healthier life. Switching to a Mediterranean diet means reducing red meat consumption while increasing intake of seafood, fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and virgin olive oil. A growing body of research links the Mediterranean diet to lower levels of inflammation,

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By Mark Taylor As time passes, more and more people seem to be paying greater attention to their bodies and health, compared to other historical periods. One way to quickly drop unwanted pounds would be through low carb cooking and dieting in a responsible manner. This the method of keeping

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Coffee does more than clear your mental cobwebs in the morning. It also slows down aging and prevents certain chronic illnesses. Read on to discover the many benefits of this ubiquitous drink.    Coffee contains antioxidants that prevent aging. Over time, your body can “rust,” or oxidate. Free radicals in

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By J. Lang Wood   Staying on a diet is a challenging endeavor, which can often be made more difficult by random days when you feel ravenously hungry for no particular reason. Researchers find that there are some common reasons why these especially hungry days occur, and understanding the triggers

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By Beconrad Doctors and scientists have long known that some people were sensitive to gluten. Celiac disease is a well documented and widely studied disease in which sufferers are unable to process the gluten in pasta, bread and other food sources. The inability to process gluten can lead to a

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By Carlton Ryan Many of us eat too much. The average person would be healthier if they ate less everyday. Of course, doing so is hard. Among the myriad difficulties is hunger. If you try to eat less, you may feel as if you are starving much of the time.

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  By J. Lang Wood Nutrition experts advise everyone to increase the amount of fruits and vegetables in their daily diets, but some fruits have special benefits to keep your body functioning at its best. If you add these fruits to your diet on a daily basis, you will increase

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Soybeans are harvested with a Case IH 7230 combine harvester at dusk in Princeton, Illinois, U.S., on Thursday, Sept. 24, 2015. Soybean futures for November delivery fell 0.9% on the Chicago Board of Trade after reaching $8.92, highest for most-active contract since Sept. 16. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg
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By C. Storey Since 1994, the United Soybean Board (USB) has conducted annual surveys to collect evidence about soybean consumption among Americans. Their 2015 survey revealed that 78% of the 1,000 random survey subjects consumed soybeans regularly, which was an 11% increase from the 2011 survey (67%). The findings revealed

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