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The Most Dehydrating Thing Vegans and Non-Vegans Do Every Day

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Yes, coffee is vegan, but for vegans and non-vegans alike this daily habit has a downside. While one of the most common of American habits is drinking coffee, we are all different in how we react to it. Studies don't directly say that coffee is dehydrating, yet you may find yourself chugging bottles of water after having your morning cup. Every wonder why?

What To Say To The Vegan-Shamer In Your Life

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Vegan-shamers love to let you know their unsolicited opinion. They often do this by shaming your lifestyle and diet choices or by taunting you with their diet. A vegan-shamer may tell you that your impact on the environment is minimal. By knowing the facts about the ever popular vegan movement, as well as seeing the impact of the many others who have embarked on this journey, you can dominate vegan-shaming with positivity and knowledge.

The Best Ways to Improve Your Sleep Beyond Reducing Your Coffee

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It's more than likely that you’re not getting as much sleep as you should be. According to a 2011 survey by the Sleep Council, nearly half of us get six or less hours of sleep per night. Considering the recommended length of time to spend under the covers is seven to nine hours, six or less is extremely far from optimal.

Dead Hang, Adductor Stretch All Part of 8 Simple Exercises for Better Mobility

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As you probably well know, modern lifestyles aren’t conducive for a healthy body. Not only are they generally inactive, they also repeatedly place us in less than optimal positions for our muscles, joints, and bones. The first start is simply getting into a good exercise routine. This strengthens our muscles, improving our posture whilst reducing our risk of injury and pain.

2 Contrasting Psychological Approaches to The Frustrations of Having Hashimoto's

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Thyroid disease, whether it is hypothyroidism, Hashimoto's, or Graves, affects patients in two contrasting types. I have been both types, and I want to empower you through my own healing journey of Hashimoto's Thyroiditis to find the courage and permission to heal yourself.

Vegetarian and Vegan Diets Reduce Cholesterol

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Having high blood cholesterol puts you at risk of heart disease, the leading cause of death in the United States. In fact, people with high cholesterol have about twice the risk of those with lower levels. A new review of almost 50 nutrition-related studies have found that plant-based diets are the best for lowering total cholesterol levels.

Hope for Neuroendocrine Tumor and Carcinoid Syndrome Patients

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For most people, the word "cancer" brings up a variety of intense feelings and emotions associated with the disease. For Maryanne Wahmann, that too-real experience began in her early thirties. For about seven years, neither she nor her doctors knew what was causing the wracking gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms, including explosive diarrhea and abdominal pain, that some days prevented her from leaving the bathroom. During those years she was a frequent visitor to emergency rooms and physicians’ offices.

How Zinc May Lower Your Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease Plus a Tasty Zinc Snack

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The percentage of Alzheimer's disease is climbing as you read this. Today tech mogul, Bill Gates, invested $100 million dollars to fund research for Alzheimer's disease treatment. Keep reading to find out why Zinc may be part of the solution to protect your brain.

How To Know If Your Sympathetic Nervous System Is in Overdrive

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Today we are afflicted with a silent plague. Our culture drives us to perform in stressful work environments, but even in our own homes we are unknowingly bombarding our bodies with a host of environmental stressors. Doctors are calling stress the black plague of our generation, and chronic stress triggers a condition of the sympathetic nervous system known as sympathetic overdrive.