Common “Natural” Ingredients In Skincare Which Are Huge Potential Irritants

It seems hipsters are taking over the world, because there is an increasing obsession with all things “natural”, “herbal”, and “organic”, especially in the skincare world. To many, applying plant-based products seems safer because plants occur naturally. This is far from true. Just because it grows on a tree or comes from a plant doesn’t […]

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Olives: Nutrition and health benefits

Olives are popular as both a snack and an ingredient in salads, sandwiches, and stews. They have a chewy texture and a rich, salty taste. People have cultivated olive trees for more than 7,000 years, and they have long associated its fruit with health benefits. There are hundreds of olive species, and these fruits and their […]

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These Are the Must-Try Products From Amazon’s Under-$40 Skincare Line

Amazon has expanded its beauty and skincare offerings in a major way over the past few years, adding to their growing luxury beauty category in addition to the endless selection of hard-to-find international brands, including K-beauty products. Now, the e-tailer is continuing to their quest to challenge the luxury beauty world with the recent launch of […]

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Oats Nutrition: Find Out Why Oats Are Beneficial For Health And How Can You Include It In Daily Diet

With the current crop of health-conscious people gravitating towards a healthy lifestyle, our diets are undergoing a sea change and attracting more and more nutritious and low-fat foods. Oats is one food that has climbed up the ranks very fast and now rates very high in everybody’s diet plan. Oats (Avena sativa) are a kind […]

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Processed Foods, Regardless Of Nutrition, Still Cause Weight Gain

You probably already had a feeling you should skip the vending machine for an afternoon snack. But it turns out ultra-processed foods are even worse than we already thought. A new study, out in Cell Metabolism, shows these foods cause weight gaineven when they don’t have more fat, sugar, or carbohydrates than their healthier counterparts. There’s something about the processing itself […]

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Nutrition Facts: Putting the Paleo Diet to work for you

As a registered dietician and certified diabetes educator, Haley Hughes counsels individuals to learn about their environmental factors, cultural beliefs, diet and life goals and health before suggesting any eating regimen. Here’s her take on how she works the Paleo Diet into her programs. How often do you prescribe the Paleo Diet for your clients? […]

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