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Counting Macros for Beginners: An Introduction to Macronutrients

You may have heard the term macronutrients or counting macros in wellness blogs and diet plans. But what are macros and how can they help you on your health journey? Counting macros is an approach to calculating how much fat,...

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Is Collagen Good for Hair? Discover the Benefits and Truths

Regarding beauty supplements, collagen peptides are a cut above the rest. Collagen peptides are highly absorbable forms of collagen, the body’s most abundant protein. In recent years, the effects of collagen on the skin have been studied. Research has found...

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Unlock the Health Secrets of Tea: From Relaxation to Weight Management

There are myriad types of tea, many with health-supporting properties. From calming tea, tea for sleep, tea for constipation and everything between, you might wonder which is best for you. Drinking tea can be a simple yet effective way to...

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What Foods Have Collagen? The Ultimate Guide to Collagen-Rich Foods

What Foods Have Collagen? These days, you can’t go into the wellness aisle of any grocery store without seeing tubs and tubs of collagen. It isn’t a coincidence that collagen has soared in popularity in recent years. It’s the body’s...

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Low-Carb Fast Food: 6 Tasty Options That Won’t Break Your Diet

Burgers, fried chicken and tacos — oh my. Fast food options are endless, but they’re not always the healthiest. Thankfully, many fast food restaurants have started offering options for those on a low-carb diet, such as keto. Below is a...

The Ultimate Guide to Magnesium Benefits: Improve Sleep, Mood and More

Magnesium is the MVP of minerals. Since it’s found in every single cell in your body, it’s safe to say you can’t live without it. This mighty mineral has many, many health benefits, such as regulating blood sugar, supporting your...

Prebiotics vs Probiotics: Which One Is More Important for Your Digestive Health?

Wondering how to improve your gut health? When it comes to your gut, probiotics get a lot of praise. Probiotics (often called “good” bacteria) promote a healthy balance of bacteria in the gut. But what are prebiotics? These unsung heroes...

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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,...