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Soy Much Better

Not all soy is created equal. Want proof? Just look at the facts: Year: 1995 Research: Meta-analysis of clinical trials shows a 12.5% reduction of LDL cholesterol with the daily consumption of 25 grams of soy protein. Result: FDA approves…
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Set Your Heart on Health

February is American Heart Month and the perfect time to take an active approach to better heart health. Even if you have a family history, heart disease and attacks are preventable. Lower your risk by incorporating these suggestions into…
Strength Training for a Better Life

Lift for a Better Life

Strength training offers strong benefits to your body inside and out. Muscles Having stronger muscles not only helps you lug more grocery bags at once, it also increases your flexibility and balance. Poor balance often contributes to falls…
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3 Steps to Building Immunity

The immune system defends your body against bacteria, viruses and other harmful invaders. At full strength, it is an efficient protector against infection and illness. But like all aspects of your health, it takes healthy lifestyle choices…
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Fighting Metabolic Syndrome at the Cellular Level

The symptoms of high blood sugar can cause very serious long-term damage to your body — even if you feel fine. Metabolic syndrome — a cluster of symptoms including high blood sugar, obesity and cardiovascular problems — has reached…
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You Are What You Eat: Nutritional Epigenomics

Remember high school anatomy class, where you learned that DNA and cells make up our bodies? You may not have learned about the epigenome back then, but scientists have been studying it for decades. The genome is your body’s complete set…