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Is Juice Healthy?

Is Juice Healthy?

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Get the lowdown on several types of juice, including beneficial juices that Dr. Whitaker recommends for their positive effects on specific conditions.

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Hope for Hepatitis C

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Sadly, most people with hepatitis C are told that even with treatment they will eventually need a liver transplant. This couldn't be further from the truth.

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The Healing Power of Pepper

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Pepper can add lots of flavor to your food. But did you know that it has the power to heal, too? You may want to sprinkle more on when you learn more about this antioxidant powerhouse.

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Spring Cleaning for Your Body

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As we age, our bodies don’t rid toxins from our bodies as efficiently as they used to. Accumulated toxins can cause fatigue, aches and pains, difficulty concentrating, and more. Here's how you can support your body's natural systems for eliminating toxins.

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10 Easy Prevention Tips That Can Keep You Healthy

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Doctors and pharmaceutical companies would like you to believe that shelling out your hard-earned cash for their services and solutions is the best way to stay healthy. But when it comes right down to it, it’s the little changes you make in your daily life that have the real power to keep you healthy.

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5 Ways to Prevent Falls

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Falls are the leading cause of brain trauma and the number one cause of fractures among older people—upwards of 500,000 per year. Here are five steps to help prevent this from happening to you.

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Celebrating Our Freedom

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Even with all of the ups and downs we’ve experienced as a country, let’s remember that we enjoy tremendous freedoms. July 4th is our opportunity to appreciate the USA, the freedom for which it stands, and the courage of our forefathers to fight for independence.

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FRIDAY FUN: Independence Day Scavenger

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There’s quite a bit of advice on my blog that can make your holiday celebration safer, healthier, and more enjoyable. On every post that would help to make your weekend celebration more enjoyable there’s a letter at the bottom.  Find all 10 letters, unscramble them to make a holiday-related word, and then post your answer in the comments.

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Preventing Migraines

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Learn more about the four methods of preventing migraines recommended by Dr. Julian Whitaker, and how these natural, effective therapies can work for you.

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Diabetes Tip: Get Wet!

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Water supports your weight so your joints don’t take the pounding they receive when you exercise on land, making it ideal for people with arthritis or musculoskeletal injuries. In addition, you can swim or exercise in water regardless of your age or physical condition.

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Glycemic Index vs. Glycemic Load

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When it comes to supporting healthy blood sugar levels, the first thing you need to become aware of is how quickly your body breaks down certain foods into glucose. Here's how to do that.

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Healthy Tips for Dining Out

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Going out to eat can be a real treat. You don’t have to cook, you can opt for dishes you wouldn’t normally make at home, and it’s nice to get out every now and again. But if you’re not careful, you may be getting a whole lot more than you bargained for.

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Enjoy Healthy Carbs

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Foods with a high glycemic index enter the bloodstream quickly, prompting a rapid rise in blood sugar followed by an equally dramatic drop a few hours later. Fueling your body with these quick-burning carbohydrates can leave you feeling tired, hungry, and irritable.

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