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6 Things No One Tells Women About Their Weight Loss Journey

6 Things No One Tells Women About Their Weight Loss Journey | Healthy Eating | Scoop.it
The truth is that weight loss is a journey that looks a lot like a bumpy ride, and that every woman who successfully loses weight and keeps it off has to overcome challenges that are not often talked about. Let's take a closer look at six of them....
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My recent popular article on The Huffington Post.

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5 Foods Rich in Healthy Bacteria that are Beneficial to the Gut - Natural News Blogs

5 Foods Rich in Healthy Bacteria that are Beneficial to the Gut - Natural News Blogs | Healthy Eating | Scoop.it
foods rich in healthy bacteria

Via The BioSync Team
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Good bacteria help us have a stronger gut and less health issues. I always make sure I eat some every day (plus those foods are usually delicious!).

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The BioSync Team's curator insight, October 14, 2014 4:44 PM

Probiotic Rich Foods

  1. Cottage Cheese
  2. Greek Yogurts
  3. Pickled Vegetables
  4. Dark Chocolate
  5. Sauerkraut


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Broccoli: Is It Healthier Raw or Cooked?

Broccoli: Is It Healthier Raw or Cooked? | Healthy Eating | Scoop.it
Broccoli is very healthy, but is it healthier raw or cooked? And is raw broccoli good for you, or not? Here are some broccoli nutrition facts.
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Raw food retains vitamin C, but raw is not always better. Here is the example of broccoli.

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How To Read Food Labels - Know Exactly What Your Family Is Eating

How To Read Food Labels - Know Exactly What Your Family Is Eating | Healthy Eating | Scoop.it
RT @kids_exercise: How to read food labels - know exactly what your family is eating. http://t.co/5wZUQme2FI #nutrition #family
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Reading food labels is a must in order to know which ingredients have been added to the food, and if there are preservatives, additives, and harmful substances.

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50 Healthy Festive Recipes for the Holiday Season

50 Healthy Festive Recipes for the Holiday Season | Healthy Eating | Scoop.it
Want to enjoy the holiday season without killing your liver or packing up the pounds? Here are 50 healthy recipes for Thanksgiving, Christmas and the New Year.
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from 30 awesome food bloggers.

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101 Ways to Eat Healthier, Boost Your Energy and Shrink Your Muffin Top

101 Ways to Eat Healthier, Boost Your Energy and Shrink Your Muffin Top | Healthy Eating | Scoop.it
Are you struggling with a consistent diet? Do you feel like you could have more energy? Would you happily drop a couple of sizes? Here are 101 ways to do so…
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Wild Alaskan Salmon Is a Powerhouse of Nutrition

Wild Alaskan Salmon Is a Powerhouse of Nutrition | Healthy Eating | Scoop.it
New research reveals that eating oily fish like wild salmon once or twice a week may increase your lifespan. (RT @onestophc: Wild Alaskan Salmon is a Powerhouse of Nutrition that May Help You Live Longer: By Dr.
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Takehome message: Buy salmon that has not been farmed.

 

Fish farms are the aquatic version of a confined animal feeding operation (CAFO), and just like land-based cattle and chicken farms, fish farms breed disease due to crowding too many fish together in a small space.

They also produce toxic waste, and fish of inferior quality.

These fish are further contaminated by drugs and genetically engineered corn and soy meal feed, and in the case of salmon, synthetic astaxanthin which is made from petrochemicals that are not approved for human consumption.

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