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How Alcohol Damages Your DNA

Story at-a-glance During a study by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, in the previous 30 days, just over 25 percent of people over 18 reported binge drinking and 7 percent reported heavy alcohol use In the short term, alcohol poisoning kills six people every day; alcohol use may also lead to obesity, cardiovascular disease, Type 2 diabetes…

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Probiotics and Prebiotics: What’s the Difference?  

Yet even though they sound similar, the two play different roles for your health. Probiotics are beneficial bacteria, while prebiotics are food for these bacteria. This article explains what you need to know about the two. What Are Probiotics and Prebiotics? Both prebiotics and probiotics are important for human health. However, they play different roles: Probiotics: These are live bacteria found…

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Sauerkraut Test Divulges Shocking Probiotic Count

by BECKY PLOTNER on JUNE 21, 2014 www.flickr.com It was recently reported that sauerkraut topped the charts of probiotics, surpassing that of over-the -counter probiotics purchased. Dr. Mercola sent his sauerkraut off to a lab and reported the findings of probiotics saying, “We had it analyzed. We found in a 4-6 ounce serving of the fermented vegetables there were literally ten trillion bacteria.” That means 2 ounces…

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How Stress and Anxiety Can Cause Hair Loss

Are you suffering from hair loss problem from a couple of months ago and not sure what the cause is behind? It could be stress and anxiety.  According to healthcare experts, stress and hair loss have a multifaceted relationship, but here you will inquisitive to know that why stress causes hair loss. There can be two different conditions behind how…

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Keeping A Food Diary Doubles Diet Weight Loss, Study Suggests

 whatseatingyoukid.com keep track of the Scary Monsters at http://whatseatingkid.com Source: July 8, 2008 Kaiser Permanente Summary: Study of nearly 1,700 participants shows that keeping a food diary can double a person’s weight loss. The study found that the best predictors of weight loss were how frequently food diaries were kept and how many support sessions the participants attended. Those who…

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Marketing Artificial Color To Children Should Be Illegal (Amazing Story)

THE ARTIFICIAL COLORS AND FLAVORS MONSTER.. http://whatseatingyoukid.com Get the book:  What’s Eating You Kid?  Teach yourself – Teach your kids!  by the Food Babe I’ve got some real idiotic news about Trix Cereal… but first let me explain why I’m so angry about it. If you’re part of the Food Babe Army, I doubt you’re filling your carts up with…

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Monsanto Is Scrambling To Bury This Breaking Story – Don’t Let This Go Unshared!

  Featured image:  The GMO Monster – WHAT’S EATING YOU KID? This guy is the Pesticides Monster  CHECK OUT http://whatseatingyoukid.com By Food Babe I am frankly shocked this information is not making front page news right now. Monsanto will do anything to bury this story… and as of right now, it’s working. Not a single mainstream media outlet has covered this appalling new…

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Snacking urges often come from these common roots, so keep these triggers in mind:

Avoid the Sugar Monster!  http://whatseatingyoukid.com Well , Hanukkah and Christmas are over, but lots of folks are still either traveling or spending extra time around family this week. 1) Dehydration/under-drinking water Dehydration can trigger food cravings, and it’s common for your brain to turn to food when you’re actually thirsty, not hungry. Be sure to drink enough water, and if…

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BIG TOBACCO TARGETED PEOPLE WITH MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES

Business or Exploitation? BIG TOBACCO HAS A PRETTY LONG-STANDING HISTORY OF TARGETING SOME OF THE MOST VULNERABLE POPULATIONS WITH THE SALE OF ITS DEADLY, ADDICTIVE PRODUCTS. African Americans, low-income communities, LGBTQ people, members of the U.S. Military, and even those dealing with mental health disorders have all seen *a lot* of love from Big Tobacco in the past few decades….

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