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Fall in Love With These Seasonal Soups

Here are some of our favorite recipes to try while you’re wrapped up in a blanket on a crisp autumn night near the fireplace. You’ll surely “fall” in love with them.

Nothing says fall quite like a bowl of seasonal soup. Here are some of our favorite recipes to try while you're wrapped up in a blanket on a crisp autumn night near the fireplace. You'll surely "fall" in love with them: Raw Cream of Carrot-Sweet Potato SoupThe color, taste and seasonal selection of carrots and sweet potatoes scream fall. Try ...

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Does Chemotherapy Have a Dark Side?

Research by the Ohio State University found that a chemo drug used to prevent break cancer can also fuel the spread of lung disease.

Chemotherapy has been used as a treatment for cancer for nearly half a century, according to the American Cancer Society. While the chemical substance used in the treatment has been known to attack rapidly growing cancer cells, it also comes with a number of strong and common side effects, ranging from nausea and vomiting to hair loss, bone marrow changes and an impact ...

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4 Simple Ways to Boost Your Metabolism on a Plant-Based Diet

Here are a few simple ways you can increase your metabolism, boost your confidence and shed the weight that’s been keeping you down while following a plant-based diet.

Do you feel as though you're making an effort to lose weight but have seen little to no results? Maybe the issue is your metabolism. Essentially, your metabolism is your body's ability to convert the foods you eat into energy. The calories you consume combine with oxygen to release the energy your body needs to function. The more calories you burn, the ...

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How to Reduce Your Blood Pressure Naturally

For those seeking a more natural approach to reducing blood pressure, read on.

  Did you know that 75 million Americans live with high blood pressure? That amounts to 1 in every 3 adults, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Unfortunately, many people don’t even know they have it, because it usually comes with limited signs or symptoms. But high blood pressure isn’t just a problem in itself – it ...

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How Does a Diet Change Aid Cancer Prevention?

So how exactly does a diet change reduce your risk for developing cancer? Let’s take a closer look at some of the food options to avoid, plus replacement suggestions for fueling a healthy body.

  Many people associate cancer with being a hereditary disease that’s unpreventable. However, by making smart lifestyle choices, you can reduce your chance for developing cancer and multiple chronic conditions. Taking care of your skin, quitting smoking, eliminating alcohol consumption and exercising daily are a few ways you can aid cancer prevention, but diet makes an even larger impact on your ...

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3 Wholesome and Healthy Dinner Ideas

Give some of our favorite wholesome and healthy dinners a shot!

  There are so many tasty primarily raw, plant-based meals to make while following the Hallelujah Diet. Give some of our favorite wholesome and healthy dinners a shot! 1. Cream of Cauliflower Soup Make this delicious recipe found in the “Everyday Wholesome Soup” book by Kim Wilson as a starter or the main dish for your next meal. Ingredients: 2 ...

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Eat This or That: Comparing Unhealthy and Healthy Snacks

Let’s take a closer look at some of the most common unhealthy snacks, plus some healthy alternatives that you and your family will love.

We all crave snacks between meals – it's inevitable. After all, you should be feeding your body every few hours during the day, not limiting yourself to a basic breakfast, lunch and dinner regimen. However, it's imperative to choose snacks that will rev up your metabolism, not squash it. By making healthy choices, you can fuel your body properly, which ...

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The Dangers of Energy Drinks

What makes energy drinks so harmful?

Picture this: You spent the night tossing and turning, only to wake up to the rambunctious buzzing of your alarm and the realization that you slept only a few hours, at best, without disruption. You're feeling exhausted, stressed and unenthusiastic about starting your day, but the show must go on. You could always reach for an energy drink to give the ...

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