Best Nutrition for Healthy Aging

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Many studies have proven that our food choices play a big part in our overall health.  It’s important to eat nutritious foods from all the food groups, from a young age, and train our children to enjoy fresh nutrient-filled foods. But our food choices become even more important as we age. Older people concerned about…

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WHAM! Listen to the Sounds of Wound Healing

Are you, your parent, or your loved one part of the estimated 5.7 million Americans currently suffering from a non-healing wound? If so, this article—and month—is for you. June is Wound Healing Awareness Month, when we recognize the daily challenges chronic wounds present to those who suffer from them. What are Chronic Wounds? Chronic, or…

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Aging and Nutrition: The Healthiest Vegetables To Eat

Aging brings many challenges. One critical area is that of nutrition. Seniors often don’t get the nutrition they need to maintain good health. Here is a list of vegetables that are a must for anyone, but especially for the elderly whose immune system is weakened. Vegetables are well-known for being good for your health. Most…

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Eat Fish For Great Health But Avoid These Bad Ones

Eat fish to stay healthy, happy, and sharp, we are told constantly by doctors and nutritionists.  I love to eat fish and so should you for many reasons. Fish contain high-quality protein, iodine, and various vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin D and omega-3. Eating fish regularly lowers the risk for heart attacks, strokes, and…

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Nutritious Fruit: Tips On How To Choose The Freshest

Fruit is an excellent addition to your daily diet since it contains the vitamins you need for good health. Use these tips to choose the freshest fruit for your table.   Fruit: Strawberries You want bright red color, a natural shine, and a fresh green cap. They should be plump, but not too soft, with…

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Magnesium Deficiency Is Serious, What You Need To Know

Magnesium is the second most abundant element inside human cells. It serves literally hundreds of functions such as our immune system, nerves, muscles, bones and heart. Moreover, more than 300 of the body’s biochemical reactions require magnesium. However, according to the USDA, surveys show about half of all Americans are getting less magnesium than they require.…

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