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Alison Bell
Why Bone Broth Must Be Included In Every Athlete's Diet

Why Bone Broth Must Be Included In Every Athlete's Diet

There's always been a lot of talk about the benefits of bone broth and how it can improve gut health, but did you know that it can also benefit athletes? “Bone broth is rich in minerals that can help to improve athletic performance, and it's also a great source of protein. It is also loaded with various health benefits that can help to improve gut health, immunity, and overall health,” says broth lover and coffee and tea product distributor Harvey Griffin of The Coffee Machine. The following are just a few of the many reasons why you should include bone...

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Alison Bell
5 Powerful Wellness Tips for Fighting Obesity

5 Powerful Wellness Tips for Fighting Obesity

Written by Dana Brown of healthconditions.info It’s no secret: Research shows that mental, physical and social wellness are closely tied together. Finding a balance between these areas can be difficult, especially if you feel like your mental, physical or social health has been out of whack for a while.  According to the New York Times, finding balance for both mental and physical health can be difficult because of complications from medication or inadequate opportunities for exercises. Taking the first step is the hardest part. Here are some tips for beginning and sticking to your goals. 1. Find a practical and...

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Bone Broth and MSG: What You Need to Know Now

Bone Broth and MSG: What You Need to Know Now

Written by Kaayla T. Daniel Glutamine is a conditionally essential amino acid that is critical for gut, brain and immune health.  It’s also taken by many bodybuilders and other athletes to enhance muscle building and to speed recovery from injuries and overtraining. Despite its many virtues, glutamine has risks. High supplemental doses, as taken by some bodybuilders, have caused dizziness, headaches and neurological problems. But it’s not just people going overboard with supplements who are reacting poorly to glutamine. Many people today, especially autistic children, have problems metabolizing glutamine properly, a problem caused by multiple factors, including vitamin B6 deficiency, lead...

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