Daily Medicine For A Longer Life

    As we age, important chemicals in our bodies have a harder time staying on top of things. Your joints ache, your vision goes, and it’s more important than ever to eat a diet full of healthy vitamins and minerals. One of these minerals is calcium. You probably grew up believing that you should always drink milk because the calcium it contains would make your bones stronger. While that’s true, it turns out that your body has a harder time processing calcium as you age. The reduction of calcium-binding proteins is one of the biggest indicators of memory loss

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3 Ways to Feel Better Today

  There are dozens of ways to improve your health and mood over a long period of time. A balanced diet, long-term exercise and plenty of good sleep are the simplest and most proven of these. But none of those solutions will help you feel better today. When things aren’t going quite right and you need a pick-me-up these three ideas are proven solutions for improving your mood and making your day better with only a little bit of effort.   Take a walk.   According to an analysis of many walking studies, “walking reduced the risk of cardiovascular events

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The Best Ways To Slay A Cold

    You sneeze, sniffle, then reach for a tissue. That’s when it hits you: you have a cold, and it’s only going to get worse. There is no magic pill to destroy a cold before it starts. All you can do is help your body fight off the virus as quickly as possible. That’s why we’ve put together this list of immune system hacks to shorten the lifespan of your cold.   Lemon Water   Lemon juice is an acidic liquid, which will thin the mucus in your throat and make it easier to breathe. Combined with the antimicrobial properties

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Easy Food Substitutions for a Healthy Diet

    When people think about eating healthier, they often imagine changing every little thing in their diet down to the last calorie. This often leads to too much change all at once, and then they abandon the diet after only a few weeks. The more sensible approach is to make smaller, subtle changes to your diet with one food at a time. Little substitutions like these four will have you feeling healthier without feeling overwhelmed from overhauling your diet.   Substitute turkey for pork and beef.   Turkey is a white meat which is significantly leaner than its cousins, beef

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