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Not Grandma’s Wheat

I’m sure it’s crossed your mind.   If humans have eaten wheat for thousands of years, why is it just now bothering us?  Why is Celiac and other gluten related disorders on the rise?  The culprit is most likely the change in how wheat is made today. Wheat products, not...

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Mix Up Your Workout

Are you feeling the need to mix up your workout? Keeping the same routine for a few weeks in a row can lead to a decrease in results. Find out 10 ways to change up your workout... 1. Take the stairs, 2 at a time. 2. Decrease your reps and increase your weight. 3....

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What is Casein?

Casein is the main protein in milk (solid form) and in cheese. It is used in processed foods and in adhesives, paints, and other industrial products. Peptides from gluten [gliadorphin] and casein [casomorphin] are believed to cause a reaction with opiate receptors in...

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Omega 3 Fatty Acids

Get your Omega 3's! Don't just rely on your multivitamin. Make sure you're getting up to and no more than 3 grams of Omega-3 fatty acids per day from food. It has numerous health benefits such as lowering cholesterol and triglyceride levels, reducing coronary heart...

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How Much Should I Sweat?

Sweating is the body's automatic attempt to cool itself down; it's not an indicator of the intensity or quality of a workout. Many people just don't perspire that much, regardless of how hard they exercise, while others can sweat just sitting in place. So rather than...

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Gluten In Your Cosmetics

You may think gluten only causes digestive problems, but what's in your products could be causing an unbalanced oil production leading to rashes, acne, and even rosacea. Gluten is mainly found in foods but may also be found in everyday products such as shampoo,...

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