Monthly Archives: April 2013

Eating for Your PH: Here’s the Scoop on Alkaline Foods

. By Nicole Catanese, Refinery29 The term ‘pH’ is thrown around a lot in the health world, yet knowing exactly what it is referring to can be confusing. Well, let’s clear that up: pH refers to how acidic (0), or … Continue reading

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The Hidden Danger in Your Drinks

By Robyn O’Brien, Author of The Unhealthy TruthFounder of the AllergyKids Foundation and proud mother of four 37 Added to Articles on Mon 01/21/2013 On the Fast-Food Insiders show, you saw what hidden ingredients might be lurking on your salad … Continue reading

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Snacks versus weight loss

Americans love to snack almost as much as we want to lose weight. But according to recent research by the USDA, our snacking habits are adding too many calories and too few nutrients to our diets. It doesn’t have to … Continue reading

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Diabetes and Depression Article

Originally posted on Letter To A Diabetic:
  Nov. 22, 2010 — Depression and diabetes may be linked, according to new research in the Archives of Internal Medicine. “People usually think of these as two isolated conditions, but there is growing…

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Left-Handedness Stumps Science

  By Tia Ghose, LiveScience Staff Writer | LiveScience.com – 3 hrs ago   Handprints from ancient cave painters …   They make up a stable fraction of the population, yet their presence is often invisible: left-handers.   Yet despite decades of research, … Continue reading

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9 Ingredients Nutritionists Won’t Touch

by Alanna Nuñez for SHAPE.com If you see any of these ingredients on the food you’re holding, skip it and put it back on the shelf!1. Potassium benzoate: When you crave something sweet, bubbly, and perhaps caffeinated but don’t want … Continue reading

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New survey says that most Americans are concerned about home water

Rebecca Prescott4 Apr 2013 © next. More than 50% of Americans have concerns about the quality of their water – and are increasingly showing a willingness to pay for treatment in the home. These are among the conclusions of an … Continue reading

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