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by Lucy Markham

Just because Valentine’s Day has passed doesn’t mean you can’t surprise the one you love with a home-cooked meal—but when your one true love has diabetes, the process of making a romantic dinner they can actually eat seems daunting, if not impossible...




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by Mark Force, DC

The first and foremost key to preventing flu is to be aware of transmission - flu is transmitted in the fluid secretions of anyone infected with the flu, usually through coughing and sneezing and through touch after transmission of secretions to primarily the hands...




by Mandi S. Babkes MNH, HHC, AADP, QRA

Acid indigestion is one of the leading complaints by millions of Americans and the cost of over-the-counter and prescription drug treatment totals millions of dollars a year and keeps rising! But these treatments are classified as a “quick fix,” relieving and hiding the symptoms only for yet another attack to come sooner than later. Why not arrest the problem for good and live a healthy and comfortable life free of acid indigestion! Here’s what you can do, so start today and change your life for the better...


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Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.

~World Health Organization, 1948


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by Rick D.

Cross-posted from

Beets are an extremely nutritious food source for your family. They also happen to be really tasty and delicious. Beets are packed with vitamins and minerals: vitamins A, B1, B2, B6 and C, choline, folic acid, iodine, manganese, organic sodium, potassium, iron, calcium, copper and phosphorus...


Editor's Note from Neda Smith: I love beets. I love the color and its sweetness. Another great way to get veggies into my children in ways they love and to get its amazing health benefits.


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Editor's Note: Dr. Hyla Cass discusses why it is so important to take our daily dose of fish oil. 


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This short video offers some good rules of thumb when it comes to eating seafood sustainably...


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Editor's Note from Elizabeth Wisniewski: Why are we so sick? Dr. James Chestnut explains that we are quick to tell our children not to feed something "bad" to the family dog but then allow the child to eat it instead. This does not make sense! This outside-in approach to health care through drugs and surgery is not making us more healthy rather we must use proper nutrition, exercise and chiropractic care so that the intelligence of the body is able to self heal and self regulate the way it is meant to. When we take medications we are essentially saying that the drugs are more intelligent than the body. Changing this thought process will allow us to break free from the current sick care model into a new, true health care model.


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