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The papaya is large, sweet, and orange on the inside. You can eat it fresh, frozen, and baked. And it’s chock full of nutrients and vitamin C, fights off free radicals, and helps digestion. Learn how to buy the perfect one and take advantage of the benefits of eating papaya!Read More
Fermentation may not sound sexy, but the process breaks down sugars, keeps fresh food from spoiling, and helps with your digestion, so these fives foods might be your new favorite shopping list stars.Read More
Maintaining your gut health goes beyond keeping your digestion happy. Your gut affects your estrogen levels, which in turn affects weight, libido, and mood. Learn to keep your hormones in balance.Read More
Is apple cider vinegar a cure-all? It may not solve all of your health problems, but it might be more beneficial than you think. Itchy scalps, digestion issues, blood sugar issues, overeating, and more—these health benefits await!Read More
Kefir is a fermented, probiotic-rich food—similar to yogurt—that can help to support bone and skin health, and more. Learn about its benefits, enjoy some kefir-inclusive recipes, and even make your own!Read More
If you are someone who reaches for a cuppa joe first thing in the morning and not sure how it’s affecting your metabolism and overall health, this article is for you. Keep reading to find out the truth about coffee and metabolism.Read More
Eating foods high in fiber is a good thing for your digestive health. That may sound unpleasant in the abstract, but there are simple—and tasty—ways of incorporating fiber into your daily diet.Read More
Probiotics may sound a little scary, but they’re just a type of microorganism that provides health benefits! There are good reasons to be sure your diet includes them, and it may be easier than you think.Read More
Whether it’s a bug, food sensitivity, stress, or something else that’s ailing you, when you feel sick to your stomach, what you want is simple: to make it go away—quickly. These nine stomach ache remedies swoop in to the rescue. They all hail from nature, and they’re easily accessible and inexpensive.Read More

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