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In the 13th century, a fruit belonging to the gourd family called Luo Han Guo was said to be grown and eaten by monks in a mountainous area of Souther...
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Registered dietitian, researcher, and family therapist Ellyn Satter believes people should cease striving to eat healthier and lose weight, and instea...
In a new mouse study performed by researchers from Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC), it appears certain genetic and environmental risk factor...
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Belly, or visceral fat, refers to fat cells that get packed around and between our abdominal organs, adding inches to the waistline. Safely getting ri...
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Equine-assisted therapy is a type of psychotherapy that employs horses as facilitators of emotional growth and healing. No skills or like of horses is...
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Weight gain can trigger distress that disrupts our sleep, and a lack of sleep has been linked to weight gain. This is why some people may feel caught...
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Although they add no carbohydrate or calories to our food, research indicates that artificial sweeteners may contribute to weight gain. These findings...
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“Art heals because of the way people react to the artistic process and to the images produced,” writes Lisa Hinz in her book Drawing from Within: Usin...
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By adding plenty of fresh nutrient dense foods to our diet, we can give our body the nourishment it needs without consuming an over abundance of calor...
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Research indicates that making simple adjustments in our home environment can help us make wiser food choices. So, instead of making resolutions to e...