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Why is Magnesium Important?

Why is Magnesium Important?

What is Magnesium? Magnesium is a mineral required by the body to work efficiently. It aids the body in carrying out almost hundreds of different processes like controlling how our nerves and muscles function. Magnesium keeps the bones strong, maintains good heart health and also keeps the sugar levels in the blood under control. It…

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What Every Woman Should Know About Her Heart

What Every Woman Should Know About Her Heart

Heart disease is one of the most prevalent heart condition that affects both genders, but there are certain heart conditions that affect only women and have different symptoms. For women, what are the signs to look for and what can they do to manage and be preventative. Warning Signs Many believe that during a heart…

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Ten Foods Diabetics Should Eat Daily

Ten Foods Diabetics Should Eat Daily

Making necessary diet changes to keep the blood sugar levels under control is key especially for those with diabetes. Focus on consuming foods that improve your condition and keep your diabetes under control. There are some key foods identified by researchers that are known to improve the condition and reduce the risk: Blueberries       The…

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Top Antioxidant Foods

Top Antioxidant Foods

Why Eat Antioxidants  Antioxidants are like bodyguards that keep our cells safe from damage that conditions and premature aging can do. They neutralize harmful free radicals present in the body. Free radicals are compounds that play a major role in Alzheimer’s, cancer, heart diseases etc. Even though there are various supplements available in the market…

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Common Fibromyalgia Triggers to Avoid

Common Fibromyalgia Triggers to Avoid

Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition which causes widespread pain and tenderness either over the entire body or in a migratory pattern. It affects roughly 2 million Americans, and with an 8 to 2 ratio, it is more common in women than men. People of all ages suffer from fibromyalgia, and it can even occur in…

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