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8 Weight Loss Tips to Shed the Quarantine Pounds

8 Weight Loss Tips to Shed the Quarantine Pounds

Did the quarantine turn into weight gain over the last year?  If so, you’re not alone! Here are a few tips on how to shed those unwanted pounds… Review your eating plan for the week. Writing it down is even better, because taking…

These Foods Can Reduce Inflammation… but Some Others Can Make It Worse!

These Foods Can Reduce Inflammation… but Some Others Can Make It Worse!

When you encounter a virus or foreign bacteria, your immune system switches on to fight the potential threat. And when you are injured, a similar response helps your body to heal cuts, bruises, broken bones, and other injuries. But sometimes those systems…

10 “Superfoods” and a Super Supplement That Can Promote Heart Health

10 “Superfoods” and a Super Supplement That Can Promote Heart Health

We know that regular exercise can go a long way toward keeping your cardiovascular system healthy. But diet plays another key role in heart health. The American Heart Association reminds us to eat a diet appropriately balanced between fiber-rich fruits and vegetables,…

New Research on Heart Disease in Women

New Research on Heart Disease in Women

February is American Heart Month! Doctors have long observed that heart disease manifests differently in women versus men. Women often develop the disease later than men, and symptoms manifest differently. However, heart disease is still the leading cause of death for both…

Just Being Healthy Isn’t Enough

Just Being Healthy Isn’t Enough

Creating a truly Breakthrough Life is going to take a transformation in how you see possibilities for your future. GIA’s Breakthrough Principles create a road map that will lead you to the life you know you deserve. GIA’s Co-Founder Lynda Cormier-Hanser shares…

5 Resolutions for Less Stress in 2021

5 Resolutions for Less Stress in 2021

2020 was pretty stressful for most of us.   We’ve all made various adjustments to our lifestyles, some good and some rather inconvenient.  But as we move into 2021, here are a few things you can do to reduce stress in the New…

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Study Shows Link Between Cardiovascular and Brain Health
Study Shows Link Between Cardiovascular and Brain Health

We already know that health is holistic, with all parts of your body working together and impacting one another. But with regard to brain health, we now have a much deeper understanding of how it is linked to cardiovascular health in particular….

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The 5 Worst Sources of EMF Radiation in Your Home
The 5 Worst Sources of EMF Radiation in Your Home

Did you know that there are sources of toxic radiation in your home? Even if you can’t see or feel this radiation, it is still present and you need to take a proactive approach to reduce Electromagnetic Radiation that is harming the…

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6 Things That Will Help You Feel Better This Year
6 Things That Will Help You Feel Better This Year

Technology and our modern way of life have certainly provided us with many conveniences. Unfortunately, there’s a down side to everything, and we’re now exposed to more environmental pollutants than ever. From the air we breathe to the food we eat, and…

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Sleep Is More Important Than You Might Believe
Sleep Is More Important Than You Might Believe

Most of us know that when we don’t get enough sleep, we feel sluggish and irritable the next day. But what’s the big deal if you skip a bit of sleep, right? Can’t you just make up for it later? Actually, sleep…

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Stress Can Trigger Weight Gain
Stress Can Trigger Weight Gain

We know that stress can contribute to all sorts of health problems, such as immune dysfunction and heart disease, and now you can add weight gain to the list. Cortisol produced by your body during stressful events can affect your appetite, and…

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Staying Hydrated Protects Your Heart
Staying Hydrated Protects Your Heart

“Drink water! Drink more water!” You’ve heard this advice a few hundred times before, right? But you probably think of hydration in terms of preventing heat stroke, controlling your appetite, or promoting clear skin. All of these things are true, but did…

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5 Ways to Combat the Time Change
5 Ways to Combat the Time Change

Most of the country will “fall back” this week, as we adjust out clocks back an hour in the early morning of November 3rd. While some enjoy the shift, many of us struggle to regulate our body clocks after the change. Since…

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8 Things You Can Do to Reduce Your Radiation Exposure
8 Things You Can Do to Reduce Your Radiation Exposure

“Radiation exposure” sounds like something that only happens in sci-fi movies or medical dramas, doesn’t it? And yet, we are all exposed to various forms of radiation every day. Radio frequency (RF) electromagnetic frequency (EMF) and extremely low frequency (ELF) radiation are…

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