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Plant-Based Recipes For Memorial Day Weekend

Celebrate Memorial Day Weekend with these plant-based recipes.

  The unofficial start of summer, Memorial Day weekend is a time for getting together with friends and family to enjoy the sunshine and good food. If you’re planning to host or attend a barbecue for the day of celebration, you may want to start thinking about the plant-based dishes you can bring. As always, we recommend using organic produce when ...

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The Do’s and Don’ts of a Juice Cleanse

It's important to choose a science-based program for your juice cleanse.

  While it’s become something of a fad among celebrities and Instagram bloggers, a juice cleanse can have a powerful impact when done properly. An effective detox through the form of a nourishing juice cleanse can decrease damage to cells, improve the health of your organs and aid in digestion. It can also boost weight loss efforts and help fight back ...

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Mono Virus Connected to Serious Illnesses, Study Finds

The way in which EBV interacts with genetic makeup is at the root of this study.

A new study conducted by researchers from Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center has revealed a compelling connection between mononucleosis and a number of autoimmune diseases, according to a press release from the hospital. Published in the journal Nature Genetics in April, the research has put the Epstein-Barr virus, which causes mononucleosis, as well as the methodology used to identify genetic ...

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Spring Cleaning For Your Health

Give your body a spring clean.

For all Christians, the Easter season is a time of rebirth, reflection and renewal. In addition to the time for prayer and inner thought, many people use spring as an opportunity to start over. For some, this means leaving behind bad habits, while for others it means starting a new journey. Rather than spring cleaning your garage this season, consider a spring ...

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Springtime Gardening Tips for Getting the Most of Your Produce

Gardening takes more effort than planting and watering a seed. If you really want to maximize your harvest this spring, consider the following tips.

  The arrival of springtime is nothing short of spectacular. Beyond enjoying the heightened temperatures, presence of sunshine and occasional rain showers, you have the opportunity to tend a garden. Growing your own produce isn’t just a seasonal hobby. Gardening is beneficial for the mind, body and soul, providing an outlet to the stressors of life and allowing you to burn ...

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Refreshing Springtime Salad Recipes

Looking for new, interesting and delicious ways to make use of your fresh produce this season? Here are a few springtime salad recipes you can try.

  Ah, springtime. The sun is shining, the crisp air is blowing, the flowers are blooming; there are so many refreshing details that make this season the perfect departure from a long, dreary winter. Plus, it’s finally time to head outside and tend the garden you’ve been missing for months! Growing your own produce isn’t just a fun hobby, it’s ...

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4 Surprising Things You Didn’t Know About Your Gut

Discover these surprising things about your gut.

Most people go through each day without giving their gastrointestinal system, often called the gut, much thought at all. However, if they knew that this part of the body had so much power over their physical, emotional and mental health and well-being, they may pay more attention. If you have yet to get familiar with your gut, consider these facts ...

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Nutrient-Rich Spring Soup Recipes

Enjoy these raw, plant-based spring soup recipes.

It's not always easy to decide what to make for a meal in the spring. Some days the sun is shining and then the next you need your heavy jacket and boots again. For those iffy spring days, there's no better meal to rely on than soup. Equally perfect for grey afternoons with a soft drizzling rain and warmer dry ...

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