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Ahh… that bite of soothing bitter/sweet taste of dark chocolate… add the crunchy/creamy peanut butter taste… what a yummy snack! “Should I or should I not?” When I grew up, snacking or eating between meals was unheard of. It would ruin my appetite for the next meal. We ate 3 meals a day and that […]

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How healthy is the protein and fat from feedlot cows? Cows in feedlots may or may not be happy and healthy! Cows are herd animals. They love being with their buddies whether in a pasture or in a feedlot. I speak from experience; it takes a well built fence to keep cows away from one […]

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I need your help. What are your top health concerns? My blog is a place where I share things I believe you may be interested in knowing more about. But am I always right? Do I really know what you are really concerned about as far as your health is concerned? I’ve put together a […]

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You take Krill Oil supplements to fill some gaps in your diet. Are they really what they claim?   Krill Oil is being touted as much better than Salmon Oil by some big name doctors. They say that krill is a high source of omega-3 and also contains astaxanthin. Astaxanthin is a carotenoid antioxidant. What […]

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Every single living organism on this earth requires water to stay alive.     If you take a glass of water and look at it’s contents, you’ll find water is made of a small, but very powerful parcel of molecules. These molecules have a unique combination your body thirsts for every moment of every day. […]

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A real healthy heart to heart!   Ten ways whole food supplements can reduce your risk of heart disease or improve your heart health.   Reduce inflammation. Lower blood pressure. Reduce and repair oxidative stress. Balance cholesterol levels. Maintain normal heart rate. Keeps blood flowing smooth and reduces risk of unhealthy clotting. Protects and detoxifies […]

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Blood pressure has a great deal to do with increasing or reducing your risk of Metabolic Syndrome and Type II Diabetes. This is the 4th blog I’ve written recently about Metabolic Syndrome. I’ve discussed several of the risk factors involved in determining if you are at risk of developing Type II Diabetes. Those risk factors […]

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What a shock to get the results of my husband, Larry’s, Nuclear Stress test! I could not believe my ears – part of his heart was dead! How could that have happened? Yes, he had survived a Quadruple Bypass Open Heart surgery a little over six years prior. But we had been eating healthy, taking […]

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  Diabetes nutrition is not all about calories. Yes, being overweight can contribute to diabetes as well as other associated diseases such as heart disease, high blood pressure, vision problems, joint problems, digestive issues, kidney disease, cancer, etc. In general conversations with diabetics, I have been told numerous times, “It doesn’t matter what I eat, it’s all […]

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Tre-en-en, Heart Palpitations, Running Scared Welcome to this issue of "Living a Healthy Fit Life"     Editor's Note –   This week I have invited Victor Ordu, a doctor in Nigeria, to share his story of how Tre-en-en in the form of Formula IV Plus changed his life of running scared with heart palpitations. […]

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