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    1. Old-Fashioned Yet Effective Methods in Self-Care Practice

      Old-Fashioned Yet Effective Methods in Self-Care Practice

      Here's a thought-provoking article from Living Tired that we just had to share with you. It's called 8 Old Fashioned Self-Care Tips That You Can Still Use Today.

      It shares some interesting points. This one, in particular, piqued our curiosity:

      Self-care would not necessarily mean buying into the modern day fashion. It can be as easy as slowing all the way down to do something you experience.

      To find out how the self-care tips, give the full article a read at the link down below...

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    2. Break Your Fitness Barriers By Learning These Inconvenient Truths

      Break Your Fitness Barriers By Learning These Inconvenient Truths

      Have you read this interesting piece from Legion Athletics? It's called 19 Inconvenient Truths That Will Make Getting Fit a Breeze.

      It shares some ideas that really piqued our interest. Here's one of them:

      Researchers found the women reported being in a more negative mood after viewing Facebook compared to other websites, and viewing Facebook led to a greater desire to change their physical appearance for women who were predisposed to appearance comparisons.

      Take a look at the rest of what the article has to say to learn more about how to break some of the most potent ...

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    3. Taking Care of Your Heart

      Taking Care of Your Heart

      The human heart is the most enduring muscle. However, it's not a disease proof organ. Here's a fascinating article from the Power of Positivity that talks about how to properly take care of it. It's called Heart Diseases: Causes, Symptoms + Prevention Tips.

      It shares some interesting insights. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      More often than not, cardiac disease can be resolved by making a few lifestyle changes like eating a healthy, well-balanced diet, quitting smoking, exercising, and limiting your alcohol consumption. In some cases, however, prescription medication may be needed. Additionally, in cases where the heart is ...

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    4. Health Benefits of Feta Cheese

      Health Benefits of Feta Cheese

      Are you a fan of feta cheese? Here's a fascinating article that we thought we'd share. It's called 5 Feta Cheese Health Benefits: Why Feta is the World's Healthiest Cheese.

      Here's a list of reasons the article cites:

      1. Beneficial fatty acids
      2. Probiotics - Support gut health
      3. Supports bone health
      4. Prevents and treats migraines
      5. Fights anemia naturally

      For a more in-depth look into the benefits eating feta cheese, give the rest of the article a read...

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    5. How Vitamin C can Help in Your Cancer Treatment

      How Vitamin C can Help in Your Cancer Treatment

      It's a well-known fact that Vitamin C is good for preventing illnesses but did you know that it's also great for fighting off cancer? We've got here a fascinating article from Dr Eddy Betterman. It's called Using Vitamin C for Heart Disease, Cancer and Cell Protection.

      In it, he shares some intriguing insights. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      Vitamin C has been studied in conjunction with vitamin K3 as an adjunct in cancer treatment but vitamin C is an important independent antioxidant with a key role in protecting cells from oxidative challenge and cell death from ...

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    6. Why We Should Keep Cultivating Our Social Circles Even as We Grow Old

      Why We Should Keep Cultivating Our Social Circles Even as We Grow Old

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Psychology Today. It’s titled Staying Socially Active May Offset Risk of Cognitive Decline.

      It offers some thought-provoking perspectives. Here’s one that we thought was interesting:

      Data analysis revealed that higher amounts of social contact at age 60 were most significantly associated with a lower risk of developing dementia later in life. Those who had daily face-to-face interactions with friends at age 60 were 12 percent less likely to develop dementia than age-matched cohorts who weren't socially engaged on a regular basis.

       To find out more, take a look ...

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    7. Riboflavin as Migraine Prevention

      Riboflavin as Migraine Prevention

      Here's a fascinating article from the Dr. Mercola. It's called Riboflavin for Migraine Prevention.

      It shares some fascinating insights. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      ...the authors link migraine pain to neurovascular dysfunction, inflammation and "dysfunction in cranial vascular contractility," and cite research showing people who have migraine with aura have lower levels of antioxidants and higher levels of oxidative stress than migraine-free controls.

      Take a look at the rest of this article for more context and information...

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    8. Using a Blender for Weight Loss and Healthy Eating

      Using a Blender for Weight Loss and Healthy Eating

      A blender is one kitchen appliance that many households take for granted. But it can be the key to several healthy (and easy-to-prepare!) recipes for both food and drink. 

      Malia Frey of Very Well Fit lists several ways you can use your blender to create simple but delicious meals. Here's something I definitely want to try:

      Did you know that you can use your blender to make low-calorie soup? Most store-bought soups are high in sodium and often high in fat or calories. When you make your own soup at home, you can control the amount of fat and ...

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    9. 10 Easy Stretching Exercises You Can Do Right In Your Cubicle

      10 Easy Stretching Exercises You Can Do Right In Your Cubicle

      If you think spending hours sitting down staring at a computer has no toll on your health, you'd be wrong. There's a lot of strain on the eyes, on the back, and on the legs while we're working hard at the office. But since most of us don't have the luxury of being able to quit our jobs and spend time just to keep our bodies healthy, here's an interesting article on how you can minimize the risks associated with long hours at the office.

      Paige Waehner of VeryWellFit lists 10 easy stretching exercises you ...

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    10. What You Have to Know About Elimination Diets

      What You Have to Know About Elimination Diets

      Here's a fascinating article from the Women's Health Magazine. It's called An Elimination Diet Might Be The Answer To All Of Your Stomach Pain—If You Do It Right.

      IIn it, Laura Newcomer and Elizabeth Bacharach share some of their knowledge. here's one that we thought was fascinating:

      Since there are so many possibilities that could be to blame for your body's distress, figuring out which food (or foods) that are actually at fault can be a little tricky. One common way to ID the problem? Performing an elimination diet, which, yes, involves eliminating certain ...

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    11. Unseen Costs of Having Cancer

      Unseen Costs of Having Cancer

      Stumbled upon this interesting piece titled Uncovering the Hidden Costs of Cancer. It's from Cancer Connect and we thought that we would share it.

      It shares some fascinating insights on dealing with the dreaded disease. This one, in particular, was worth the share:

      Not all of the unanticipated costs of cancer care are financial. Lisa cites the mental and emotional toll the disease takes as a huge hidden cost.

      Give the rest of this interesting article a read for more information and context.

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    12. Understanding Fitness and Weight Loss For Women That Does Not Complicate Things Unnecessarily

      Understanding Fitness and Weight Loss For Women That Does Not Complicate Things Unnecessarily

      This article from Nia Shanks piqued our curiosity. It's called 24 Tips to Uncomplicate How You Eat and Work Out.

      It offers up some nuggets of wisdom that will help you make sense of all the weight loss journey accounts you read online. Here's one that's particularly thought-provoking:

      There are no women’s-specific protein powders or the like. Slapping a “made for women” claim on a product label usually means one thing: a higher price tag than the equivalent product not marketed directly at women.

      Check out the rest of this article to learn more…

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    13. Alzheimer's 101

      Alzheimer's 101

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Healthversed. It’s titled Everything You Need to Know About Alzheimer’s Disease.

      It offers some thought-provoking perspectives. Here’s one that we figured was interesting:

      Alzheimer’s disease is not a preventable condition. However, research shows that you can reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s through a combination of simple but effective lifestyle changes. Specifically, steps to reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease may also lower your risk of developing the disease.

      To find out more about this dreaded disease, take a look at the rest of this write-up at ...

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    14. Health Myths and Misconceptions That Turn Out to be True

      Health Myths and Misconceptions That Turn Out to be True

      Came across this fascinating piece from Listverse that thoroughly piqued our interest. The title is 10 Ridiculous Health Myths (Science Says Are Actually True) and we thought it would be awesome to share it with you.

      It shares with us some intriguing health trivia that we often just shrug off as a myth. Here’s one of them:

      In a Dutch study, researchers found that comfortable temperature for women is about 2.5 degrees Celsius (4.5 °F) warmer than it is for men, falling somewhere around 24 to 25 degrees Celsius (75–77 °F).[3] It’s because of ...

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    15. Five Best Food Supplements to Keep Blood Sugar Levels Balanced

      Five Best Food Supplements to Keep Blood Sugar Levels Balanced

      Here's an interesting article for anyone who's been told by their doctor that they need to regulate their blood sugar or glucose levels. We all know that an imbalance can drastically affect our quality of life, so we need all the help we can get in keeping it within the normal range.

      Health Remedies gives a rundown of the top five food supplements and how they work to keep your glucose at manageable levels. Here's the lowdown on supplements:

      Natural supplementation is essential to help balance the blood sugar level. These supplements offer antioxidants which we can ...

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    16. Doing Yoga Stretches in the First 10 Minutes of Your Day Yields Big Benefits

      Doing Yoga Stretches in the First 10 Minutes of Your Day Yields Big Benefits

      If you're looking for an easy exercise that you can actually see yourself doing every single day (and not just when you feel guilty over eating a cake or two), here's an idea for you! People may think nothing of stretching in the morning, but in fact, it's actually pretty good cardio. Healthy Foodhouse website encourages people to start their day with some easy yoga stretches for the following reasons:

      First, your body needs to get loose, and you need to get that heart pumping. Do you work in the office? That’s another reason to stretch ...

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    17. This Gelatin Hair Mask is To DIY For

      This Gelatin Hair Mask is To DIY For

      Always on the lookout for great DIY beauty recipes, and this looks like a winner! Sienna aka The Everyday Blogger shares her secret to silky, beautiful hair: a DIY gelatin hair mask! 

      Here's how it works:

      Gelatin – collagen protein derived from bones, cartilage and skin of animals by denaturation. It is a kind of building material, which helps to make hair healthy and strong.

      Want to try this hair mask for yourself? Read the article for the full details!

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    18. Worrying is Tiresome

      Worrying is Tiresome

      Stumbled upon this interesting piece from Ten Percent Happier. Sebene Selassie, the author, calls it Worry is Wasted Energy.

      It gives us some fascinating ideas. This one, we thought, was worth the share:

      Ironically, anxiety often blocks its own healing. Taking a few moments to pause and center ourselves may seem simple, but when we’re feeling anxious, pausing can seem passive, useless, un–productive. Meditation slows down my planning mind and I become more centered and focused, ready to drop the worry and take action. The antidote to doing more may be doing less.

      Give the rest of this ...

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    19. Productive Activities That Property Investors Can Do While There's a Downturn

      Productive Activities That Property Investors Can Do While There's a Downturn

      Stumbled upon this interesting piece from the blog pages of Infotrack. It's called 5 Tips to Get Ahead During the Property Market Downturn.

      It gives us some fascinating ideas. This one, in particular, we thought was worth the share:

      I looked at this downturn as an opportunity to take time to put in place processes and procedures to ensure that when the market did pick up, my business would be running like a well-oiled machine.

      Give the rest of this interesting article a read for more information and context...

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    20. Alzheimer's Disease Signs That You May Not Be Paying Attention To

      Alzheimer's Disease Signs That You May Not Be Paying Attention To

      We found this article on Women's Health Magazine and thought that we would share it. It's called What Are the Earliest Warning Signs of Alzheimer's Disease?

      It's a helpful article that shares some important information that can help you detect Alzheimer's Disease on yourself or your loved ones. Here's one that we thought was fascinating:

      It may also manifest as a person having intense mood swings, becoming easily suspicious of others, or showing heightened aggression or sexual behaviors, per the National Institute on Aging.

      Give the rest of the article a read if you ...

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    21. 10 No-Nonsense Soul Searching Tips That'll Guide You Back to Wellness

      10 No-Nonsense Soul Searching Tips That'll Guide You Back to Wellness

      We just had to share this insightful article from Hack Spirit. It's called Soul Searching: 10 No Bullsh*t Steps.

      In it, Lachlan Brown shares some great no-nonsense tips. Here's one that really got us excited here at Health Wisdom:

      Taking to the great outdoors helps connect you to source energy that we often forget is there. When you are working to align your life, you need to look at everything that is around you, but also what you can’t see.

      To learn more of Lachlan's tips, give the rest of the article a read at ...

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    22. Promoting Over-all Wellbeing Through Self-Care

      Promoting Over-all Wellbeing Through Self-Care

      We happened upon this blog post from Ironwild Fitness and thought that we had to share it here. It's called Self-Care Habits for Overall Well-Being.

      It has some great advice from Chantal. Here's one that really gripped our focus:

      Learn to say no to the noise and things that aren’t beneficial to you. Start by eliminating just one unnecessary activity or commitment from your life, and spend that time doing something for yourself instead.

      Give the rest of the article a read if you want more of these health tips.

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    23. The Importance of Recovery

      The Importance of Recovery

      Came across this article from Kristy Dickerson's blog page and thought that it would be perfect to share with you. It's called Pushing My Body to Limits I Should Not Have.

      In it, she offers some words of wisdom for women who tend to overdo it in the gym and in life in general. Here's an excerpt from her writing that we thought was shareworthy:

      Women, if you have kids this can be something that happens to you and you should be aware of. My c-section was also a weak point for my abs. Then 3 babies ...

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    24. These Habits Help You Become a Little Bit Happier

      These Habits Help You Become a Little Bit Happier

      Here's a great article that we thought we'd share from The Epoch Times. It's called How to be Happy: 25 Habits to Add to Your Routine.

      It shares some insightful self-care tips. Here's one that we thought was thought-provoking:

      Simply being grateful can give your mood a big boost, among other benefits. For example, a recent two-part study found that practicing gratitude can have a significant impact on feelings of hope and happiness.

      To find out what's on the rest of this list of 25 habits, give the article a read the website linked below...

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