What you must know about Breast Cancer now

One in eight women will battle breast cancer in her lifetime, a statistic that has not changed significantly for a few years. The good news is that the odds of surviving breast cancer continue to improve every year. Approximately 2.4 million breast cancer survivors are living today, most of those now cancer-free.

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Tips on Optimising your diet to manage diverticulitis and relieve symptoms

As mentioned in the previous chapter, adopting a diet low in fiber during the onset and duration of diverticulitis will aid in managing and alleviating any symptoms that may occur. The following tips may be useful in decreasing fiber in the diet: 1) Consume white breads and cereals: During the process of refinement, foods tend…

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ADHD Diet Information: A Common Sense Approach

It has been documented since the early 1970’s that poor diet and food allergies could be related to Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), or that there could be improvements in an ADHD individual by putting them on a specific ADHD Diet.

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What is an Alkaline pH Level and How to Monitor yours?

What does it mean to “Alkalize” your body? Well, it’s the opposite of having your system be Acidic. Remember those litmus papers from high school lab? You can actually use those to test our urine or saliva to see what your pH level is. We ideally want to score at least in the 6-7 range…

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Dietary fat consumption

In a perfect vegetarian world, we would consume no animal fat at all. The American Heart Association and the American Cancer Society have established guidelines that recommend limiting the intake of fat such that the calories from fat make-up no more than 30% of total calories.

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