From “Dangerous Diet Trend: The Cotton Ball Diet,” to “The Opium Is Food, here is today’s harvest from the greenest and healthiest of the Internet:
Dangerous Diet Trend: The Cotton Ball Diet
he diet, as described in chat rooms, on YouTube videos and elsewhere on the Web, involves gobbling up to five cotton balls dipped in orange juice, lemonade or a smoothie in one sitting.
Healthy diet, exercise key to diabetes prevention
Q: What should I eat if I've been told by my health-care provider that I have prediabetes? I'm confused by the conflicting messages I hear and read.
A: November is an apt month to answer this increasingly common question. It's American Diabetes Month.
10 Remarkable Ways Meditation Helps Your Mind
Studies find meditation provides lasting emotional control, cultivates compassion, reduces pain sensitivity, boosts multitasking and more…
The Top 3 Anti-Aging Supplements
Aging starts at the cellular level — what we see on the outside is only a very small part of the picture. Powerful antioxidants such as Carnitine, PQQ, and CoQ10 have proven to be strong allies for optimizing cellular energy, which may very well be the key to living a long and healthy life.
The Opium Is Food
All appetites being ultimately circular, gorging feeds the appetite itself, reinforcing the illusion that what is missing in one’s life is not meaning, purpose and communal regard, but a fudge brownie...
Healthy Recipe Bonus: Lemonade Iced Tea
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