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10 iPhone Apps to Help Keep You Eating GMO Free

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10 iPhone Apps to Help Keep You Eating GMO Free

As the war to force GMO companies to label their products rages on, iPhone app developers are taking matters into their own hands. By creating apps that allow consumers to determine exactly what is in the products that they buy, these developers are giving you total freedom of choice. These apps all have multiple features…

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Shakeology for Wedding Weight loss

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Shakeology for Wedding Weight loss

Have you ever noticed the amount of sugar in your drink whether its tea, soda or coffee? You might be of view that one or more teaspoons of sugar would not contribute to weight gain. You might think that two spoons can be burned while you walk your staircase three times a day. That is…

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How to Prevent Cavities with Gum

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How to Prevent Cavities with Gum

Can sugar-free gum prevent cavities? Chewing sugar-free gum can cleanse and protect your teeth but some research will show it is not good for you. Other studies show that it can also help prevent cavities because it increases your saliva flow in your mouth. Some research contradicts the benefits of chewing sugar-free gum to prevent…

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Four Ways To Stay Healthy And Prevent Cancer

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Four Ways To Stay Healthy And Prevent Cancer

According to the World Health Organization (WTO), cancer is about to become the leading cause of death in the world, with deaths standing at more than 7 million each year. This accounts for over 13% of all the world deaths each year. WTO postulates that at least 33% of those deaths could have been prevented.…

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You Are What You Eat – Dine And Thrive

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You Are What You Eat - Dine And Thrive

I am a living, breathing example of what a change in diet can do to dramatically improve health. You see, about 18 months ago I suffered a near fatal asthma attack. Two days in a coma, followed by a week connected to a respirator was quite the wake-up call. I needed to take a serious…

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