Inflammation

5 Top Reasons You Should Take a Probiotic Supplement – #4 & #5 Will Surprise You

In addition to supporting healthy digestion, find out 4 more excellent reasons to supplement with probiotics.

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Easy Food Guide to Reduce Inflammation

Discover the best and worst foods to eat when it comes to battling chronic inflammation.

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How Turmeric Can Help You Breathe Easier

Allergies are the sixth leading cause of chronic illness in the U.S. and more than 50 million Americans suffer from them every year. There is no cure and reported cases seem to be on the rise. The good news is that one of the major symptoms of allergies can be alleviated with a safe, healthy and natural bright yellow plant.

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The Top 4 Benefits of Bee Pollen

Find out why there’s so much positive buzz around the health benefits of bee pollen.

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The Anti-Inflammatory Diet: 7 Tasty Foods to Fight Inflammation

Inflammation in the body is the root cause of many ailments, especially autoimmune and digestive concerns such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), Celiac disease and fibromyalgia. The good news is that diet can play a key role in reducing inflammation throughout your body.

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The Best Drink to Lower Inflammation and Help Digestion

This is a must read for anyone who suffers from digestive issues.

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7 Powerful Health Benefits of Drinking Matcha Tea

A concentrated form of green tea, matcha tea has powerful antioxidant properties and offers significant health benefits – beyond even those of traditional green tea.

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6 Ways Turmeric Can Heal Your Skin

Discover how turmeric can be used to help your skin, including healing troublesome acne.

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A Sweet Superfood to the Rescue

It’s a bird. It’s a plane. No! It’s the healing powers of the sweetest superfood you haven’t tried yet.

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Turmeric’s Weighty Role in Athletic Performance

Find out how turmeric can assist athletes in reducing their pain and inflammation.

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