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Category Archives for "Healthy Lifestyle"

3 Ways to Get Out of a Bad Mood

A clear sign that someone is in a bad mood is biting their co-worker’s head off when they ask them a question. That can ruin their day and that of people around them. But it does not have to be that way! When someone is in a negative mood, there are a couple of things […]

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Eating 16 Ounces of Sauerkraut Turns Out to be The Same as Taking 8 Bottles of Probiotics

Eating 16 Ounces of Sauerkraut Is The Same as Taking 8 Bottles of Probiotics

Most of us have probably heard that sauerkraut, or fermented cabbage, is incredibly healthy, but how many know what makes it so beneficial to our health? Well, in order to produce it, we need to use the ancient method of preserving food called fermentation. During this process, ‘live bacteria’ or beneficial probiotics are produced which […]

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Use 52 Garlic Cloves to Make the Best Winter Soup

Use 52 Garlic Cloves to Make a Soup That Can Treat the Flu, Colds, and Even Norovirus

Garlic has powerful antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. According to research from Washington State University, garlic could be a hundred times more efficient than regular antibiotics for treating some diseases and removing bacteria (1). When we crush the garlic, the alliin becomes allicin. Studies claim that allicin can reduce blood pressure, lower cholesterol levels, and even prevent […]

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How Exercise Affects Our Health and Wellbeing

The Surprising Way Exercise Affects Your Mental Health!

We should all ask ourselves: “How often do I exercise?” The fact is, physical inactivity can contribute to obesity, heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, and many other health conditions. But, it turns out that exercise may also affect our mental health. In fact, most of us have probably noticed that a trip to the gym or […]

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10 Benefits of Deep Sleep (and REM Sleep)

10 Benefits of Deep Sleep (and REM Sleep)

Every night we enter into a deep sleep that has a mysterious nature. Back in the 1930s, Loomis and colleagues discovered the sleep stages. The Circadian rhythm or biological clock controls the sleeping pattern. The brain regulates sleeping through some processes that signal the time when people should take a rest, as well as when […]

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