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Use Light Therapy for SAD

…vitamin D3 daily for SAD treatment. Exercise Is a Great Way for SAD Treatment Exercise increases the production of endorphins and other neurotransmitters that are the biochemical source of the “runner’s high.” It also provides a distraction from negative emotions such as sadness and offers a powerful…

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Avoid Senseless Snacking

…dictate food cravings. Keep a food journal and note how you are feeling when that urge to eat something unhealthy hits. Do you eat when you are bored, sad, tired, etc.? If so, the next item—distraction—is the key. Distract Yourself and Wait It Out The next time the craving for a particular food hits…

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Learn the Nutritional Supplement Facts

…nutritional supplements, many myths exist about their effectiveness and safety. Whether it’s being perpetuated by the media, physicians or other sources, sadly, this misinformation causes confusion and, worse yet, can make people reluctant to take supplements that can help them achieve optimal health. Let’s…

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Four Easy Ways to Add More Vegetables to Your Diet

How many vegetables do you eat? Sadly, less than one in four adults eat just three servings of vegetables per day—never mind a much healthier five to nine servings. Plus, for some people that vegetable consumption includes potatoes, frozen peas, and salads made from iceberg lettuce and croutons. Yet…

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Hope for Hepatitis C

Approximately 4 million Americans have hepatitis C. Sadly, most of them have been told by their doctor that even with treatments designed to hold the virus at bay they will eventually require a liver transplant. But this dire outlook is just not accurate as far as I’m concerned. Here’s why. Marginally…

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