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Plants keep you healthy! Even if you don’t have a green thumb, there are plants that require little time and energy. Here are five houseplants that will keep your air clean and stress levels down.Read More
Do you have celiac disease? If you do, or if you have a less serious intolerance to gluten, you can lead a healthy life with just a few modifications. Follow these tips to keep your small intestine happy.Read More
With menopause comes hormone shifts. But beyond any medical interventions you may seek, there are changes you can make to your lifestyle and diet that can ease perimenopausal and menopausal symptoms.Read More
Ayurveda recommends including each of the six tastes (sweet, sour, salty, bitter, pungent, and astringent) in every meal. The following three recipes are built from many small dishes and include all six tastes to help nourish all of the tissues in your body.Read More
When you consider practicing nonviolence, or ahimsa, you may think of big categories of harm (such as war), but the avoidance of harm can be applied to something as commonplace as your daily diet.Read More
If you haven’t heard of lycopene before, it’s time to get familiar with this nutrient. Found mostly in red foods, it fights cancer, helps the heart, and reduces inflammation. Time to eat up!Read More
Most of us were taught that to stay healthy, we need to avoid bacteria, viruses, and other microbes. However, we’re finding that the real key to perfect health lies in maintaining a healthy, resilient collection of microbes in our gut. Find out how to build and maintain your microbiome to live your healthiest life.Read More
Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are common in your local grocery store. Is that good or bad? Maybe a little of both. Learn the science behind GMOs and how you should change (or not change) your diet.Read More
Your gut is more influential than you may realize. Your gut’s microbiome is connected to at least 13 conditions that, at first glance, seem to have no direct connection to your stomach or digestive system.Read More

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