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7 Surprising Benefits of Artichokes

Find out why artichokes are good for your liver, gallbladder, kidneys, heart and more!

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The Tremendous Healing Power of Black Seed Oil

Black seed oil, derived from pressing the seeds of the Nigella Sativa plant, has been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years. Black seed oil has been used historically as everything from a liver tonic to an appetite stimulant, an analgesic and as an antibacterial agent.

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7 Reasons to Add This Forgotten Superfood to Your Diet

Kale and blueberries dominate the market, but there is one superfood that just may surpass them all.

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6 Critical Benefits of Exercise

While weight loss is a visual benefit of engaging in a consistent fitness routine, exercise has so many more health benefits that you may not see – but you can feel.

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A Helpful Guide on Choosing Heart Healthy Cooking Oils

Find out which oils to keep in your diet and which to avoid to support your overall health.

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Tip to Reduce Cholesterol

Purple foods – especially dark-skinned grapes, plums, prunes, red cabbage, purple corn and purple carrots – harbor some of the most amazing nutritional benefits possible, including cholesterol-lowering abilities, improving blood sugar, fighting cancer and protecting against cellular damage.

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Detoxification – Plus 3 More Ways Apple Cider Vinegar Heals

Are you looking to heal your body? Apple cider vinegar could be what you need.

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Does Statin Use Reduce Death from Cancer?

Learn about the connection between using statins and cancer.

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Statins Can Decrease Vitamin Levels and Cause Muscle Pain

Supplementing with Vitamin D3, Vitamin E and CoQ10 is recommended when taking statins. Statins deplete their levels in your body, which can lead to muscle pain and weakness.

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Tip to Protect Your Heart

Supplementing with milk thistle can help support heart health. The oxidation of cholesterol is mostly responsible for cardiovascular disease, and research shows that a milk thistle extract can prevent cholesterol oxidation by over 85 percent.

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