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The Ultimate Healthy Holiday Survival Guide

Thanksgiving and Hanakkah are on their way. For those of us with special diets or food sensitivities, holiday dinners can become rather stressful and depriving. But the holidays are a time for everyon…

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A Natural Approach to Cancer Prevention

Photo Courtesy Of:  Top Photo Group/Thinkstock Dr. Christine Horner began her career as a board certified general and plastic surgeon, performing breast reconstructive surgeries on women who'd had fu…

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Harvard’s Meat and Mortality Studies

On Monday, the results of two major Harvard studies were published, following more than 100,000 men and women—and their diets—for up to 22 years. They found that red meat consumption was associated wi…

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Is Eating Red Meat Deadly?

Harvard School of Public Health researchers have found red meat consumption is associated with an increase in the risk of death. It also raises the risk of death from heart disease and from cancer. “…

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What’s in a Fast Food Burger?

Last week, McDonald's announced that they would stop using ammonia-treated trimmings in their hamburgers. Dubbed "pink slime" by a USDA microbiologist, ammoniated beef is one of many surprises found i…

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Antioxidants: Plant vs. Animal Foods

In the beginning, blueberries were the best. Then walnuts took the title, then wild blueberries took it back. Then small red beans were considered the #1 most antioxidant-packed food (that is, until h…

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3 Foods That Can Trigger a Stroke

Photo Courtesy Of:  iStockphoto/Thinkstock According to the National Stroke Association, stroke is the third leading cause of death in the United States, and is a rapidly growing health threat for …

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7 Foods That Keep Us Fat

By Sara Novak, Planet Green A study published in The New England Journal of Medicine found that the quality of the foods that you eat has more to do with weight than the quantity of food. I've pul…

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