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Foods to Avoid With Liver Problems
By Valarie Juntunen
The liver is an essential organ in food digestion and metabolism. It is also responsible for cleaning the blood and storing nutrients until ...
What Is the Paleo Diet?
By Sunny de Fortuna Rovescio
On the surface, describing the Paleo diet seems simple enough: It's the diet that early humans in the Paleolithic period were said to have ...
How to Replenish Serotonin
By Cathy Herold
Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that helps communicate messages between areas in the brain. Most brain cells are influenced by serotonin. ...
What Is the Meaning of Bloating?
By Valencia Higuera
Bloating, a common digestive problem, can affect anyone. There are many causes of bloating, but most people notice this problem after ...
Things Not to Eat to Keep a Flat Stomach
By Jessica Bell
Even the slimmest people can look like they've instantly gained belly weight when they eat or drink foods that cause abdominal bloating. ...
How to Increase Metabolism Naturally
By Marissa Wilson
A healthy metabolism is the key to weight loss and to maintaining weight loss. If you are feeling more tired than usual and do not have the ...
What Foods Unleash Leptin in the Body?
By Ros James
Leptin is the hormone that tells the body it is not hungry, so when the system works properly, any food will have the effect of unleashing ...
What Is the Difference Between Magnesium Glycinate & Magnesium Malate?
By Jacob Workman
Magnesium is a valuable mineral for maintaining health. Eating the right mix of magnesium-rich foods is possible but can present a ...
Foods That Make Arthritis Worse
By Tracii Hanes
Arthritis is a disease caused by inflammation in the joints that often leads to pain and deformity. Among the most common types are ...
How Long Does Meat Stay Good in the Refrigerator?
By Katrina Josey
Eating food that's left in the refrigerator too long can cause serious and violent illnesses. The following guidelines are issued by the ...
What Should a Diabetic & Diverticulitis Patient Eat?
By Jill Corleone, RDN, LD
The diet for diabetes and diverticulosis, which is a condition characterized by small protruding pouches along the colon wall, are similar ...
Lemons Vs. Limes to Detox
By Jacqueline Labrador
It's always a great time to detox and rejuvenate your body. Citrus has always been popular for detoxing, but which fruit is better: lemons ...
Can You Eat Grape Seeds?
By Sarah DeWitt Ince
Grape seeds are tiny, but they are packed with highly concentrated nutrients. Grape seeds are perfectly safe for consumption, and eating ...
Cholesterol in Pork vs. Beef
By Mallory Ferland
Cholesterol is found in meat fats. Beef, being higher in fat than pork, contains larger levels of cholesterol. But which cut of meat you ...
Vitamins That Make the Body Alkaline
By Sarah DeWitt Ince
Creating a body that is more alkaline than acidic improves your health and may prevent cancer. Cancer can't thrive in an alkaline ...
How to Stop Nocturnal Flatulence
By Rebecca Wehner
While flatulence is a normal part of human life, it can often be embarrassing. On average, it is normal to release nearly a quart of ...
What Are the Benefits of Food Safety?
By Nikki Jardin
Food safety should be the primary concern when preparing food commercially. Preventing serious food borne illness by understanding and ...
Rapid Weight Loss Eating Plan
By Kelly Sundstrom
Weight gain has become a common plight in American society, and unfortunately millions of people try to lose weight in unhealthy and ...
Foods That Cause Kidney Stones
By Dan Keen
Kidney stones are sharp, irregularly shaped objects usually composed of calcium and oxalic acid. They can be excruciating painful as they ...
Ensure Vs. Boost Nutrition Drink
By Brian Vaughan
Nutritional drinks help provide dietary elements that may not be consumed during the day's meals. For some, nutritional drinks are used as ...