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Benefits of Collagen Peptides: What You Need to Know

Have you ever wondered what could help support your skin’s appearance and joint comfort as you age? We’re diving deep into the research and practical uses of collagen peptides – from their science-driven popularity to the simple ways they can...

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7 Wellness Tips to Optimize Your Daily Routine

Get eight hours of sleep every night. Start your day extra early. Exercise every day. You’ve likely heard and tried one (or all) of these life-enhancing tips. While each nugget of wellness wisdom boasts a myriad of benefits, the truth...

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Is Coffee Good for You?

For many, a coffee morning routine is the most cherished form of self-care. That first sip of morning brew doesn’t just awaken the mind. It also provides a much-needed jolt of energy and starts the day off right. Roughly 73...

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Do Probiotics Help With Bloating?

Bloating is that uncomfortable feeling of fullness in your stomach that can make you feel like you swallowed a balloon. It can also give you a serious case of the blahs. If bloating is an issue for you, probiotics may...

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10 Foods High in Magnesium

Calling magnesium “essential” is putting it lightly. This magnificent mineral supports more than 300 chemical reactions in the body. These range from muscle and nerve function to regulating blood sugar levels to lowering blood pressure. Despite the importance of magnesium,...

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Low-Carb Grocery List

If you’re new to a low-carb diet, a simple trip to the grocery store can be overwhelming. The smells of fresh bread or freshly baked cookies might be calling your name while navigating new aisles or dissecting food labels. The...

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Fermented Foods for Gut Health

Fermented foods like sauerkraut may be acidic and sour, but the benefits are pretty sweet. They promote the growth of probiotics—the “good” bacteria that help foster a healthy gut. Probiotics keep bad bacteria in check and promote a diverse microbiome...

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9 Cabbage Recipes to Eat on the Bulletproof Diet

If you currently have a head of cabbage in your crisper drawer, it’s time to get cooking. Cabbage is one of the most versatile, cost-effective and low-calorie vegetables around. There are many types of cabbage, such as red, green, napa...

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Fish Oil Benefits

Fish is a surefire way to up your nutrition game. Benefits may include supporting brain function, helping with inflammation and heart health support. Fatty fish, in particular (think salmon, herring, mackerel, tuna and sardines) are rich in omega-3 fatty acids,...

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Astaxanthin Benefits

Ever wondered what gives some seafood a red hue? Or what makes flamingos’ feathers pink? Enter astaxanthin. It’s a carotene that gives color (pigment) to fish such as salmon, lobster and shrimp. This is not the same as beta-carotene, another...

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5 Easy Mocha Creamer Recipes That Boost Your Daily Wellness

Regularly moving your body and eating balanced meals are essential to a healthier lifestyle. But that doesn’t mean tweaking your daily wellness routine has to be boring or something you always dread. When it comes to making those changes, starting...

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Satiety Index

Not including enough satiety-rich foods in your diet is a recipe for disaster. Satiety refers to the feeling of fullness after eating. If you don’t want hunger to take over soon after you eat, load up your plate with filling...

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Collagen in Coffee 

If you’re looking for some added benefits from your daily cup of coffee, collagen can help. Artificial creamers and sugars can pack in calories and leave you feeling sluggish. By comparison, collagen powder and liquid collagen supplements offer many health...

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How to Clean a Coffee Maker

Did you know coffee makers can accumulate bacteria and mold? If not, this is your wake-up call to clean one of the kitchen’s most-loved appliances. Take a few minutes to clean your coffee pot daily and make time for monthly...

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How Much Caffeine Is in a Cup of Coffee

Whether you take your coffee black, with cream and sugar or whipped into a fancy Frappuccino, we can all agree that coffee is great. Each blissful sip makes your mind feel more alert (even on days where you got little-to-no...

Foods Rich in Antioxidants

The immune system isn’t the only superhero that fights off illness. There’s another anti-hero that deserves a cape of its own: antioxidants. Antioxidants are molecules that protect cells from damage caused by compounds called free radicals. If the body has...