5 Tips for Starting a Gluten-free Life

Millions of people around the world are gluten intolerant and a huge proportion of them don’t even know that they are. Digestive issues such as gas, bloating and constipation are signs that you may be gluten intolerant. What about migraines, fatigue, PCOS and PMS problems, inflammation and joint pain? Well, they are signs of gluten intolerance too. Yet, most people

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Some foods that can help relieve arthritis pain and inflammation.

Many who suffer from arthritis use over-the-counter pain medication. In fact, it often becomes a common fixture in their lives. Unfortunately, some individuals are susceptible to addiction and there are health complications due to over-consumption. If this is the case then it may be time to consider some natural ways to relieve pain and inflammation. You can often start in

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5 Gluten-free Diet Mistakes You MUST Avoid

The gluten-free diet is an extremely strict diet. Unlike most other diets which have a certain degree of laxity, the gluten-free diet does not have that luxury. Most of the people on the gluten-free diet are gluten intolerant. Even a small amount of gluten in their diet will cause symptoms such as headaches, lethargy, rashes, mood swings, inflammation, etc. None

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How Is Heart Rate Affected By Exercise?

We all know that exercise is good for us, is can keep us looking good as well as keep our cardiovascular system healthy. But how is heart rate affected by exercise? After a period of strenuous exercise your heart rate goes up which is good, as long as it doesn’t get too high. The benefit to your cardiovascular system is

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Pros and Cons of over-the-counter arthritis medications.

When it comes to arthritis pain and discomfort, many patients want relief and they want it now. For many, the pain is unbearable and they are willing to try just about any over-the-counter product or natural remedy they can get their hands on, but are they your best option? Arthritis pain relief comes in many different forms. Many turn to

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Fitness Exercise Workout At Home

When it comes to exercise there are generally two main sides to the debate of whether or not you can get a good workout at home: some say yes, and others say no. So is fitness exercise workout at home a viable way for you to lose weight? Let’s see. I’ve compiled a list of the pros and cons to

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Tips to help ease arthritis pain while driving.

Those suffering from arthritis may find it difficult to walk to the car and back. However, most don’t let arthritis stop them from enjoying their life. So, you may head out of the house and hop into your car. This is great, what if you start experiencing pain? How do you treat it on the road or prevent that pain

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How Does Insulin Help Controlling Blood Sugar Levels

Insulin is a naturally-occurring hormone secreted by the pancreas. The body cells need insulin to take away and use glucose from the blood. From glucose the cells fabricate the energy that they require to perform their functions. Researchers first gave an active extract of the pancreas, which contains insulin to a young diabetic in 1922, and the Food & Drug

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CDC Warning: Antibiotic Resistance Threat is Serious

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) calls what we are about to tell you “one of the world’s most pressing public health problems.” And The World Health Organization warns that the 21st century will be an “era in which common infections and minor injuries can kill is a very real possibility.” Consider Jim… he was a fit, healthy

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Exercise Pictures Can Help With Your Weight Loss

If you want to track your weight loss progress taking a series of exercise pictures is a fantastic way to do it. These pictures can help keep you motivated and just give you bragging rights after you’ve accomplished your weight loss goals. But in order to get the most out of your pictures it’s important to note that there are

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Is surgery an option for relieving arthritis pain?

If you have been recently diagnosed with arthritis or if you suspect you have it, thoughts of surgery may automatically pop into your head. Yes, some patients must undergo surgery, but it is actually very rare. Despite the common belief, it is possible to treat and manage the symptoms of arthritis, such as joint pain, swelling, and difficulty moving, without

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