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Best Whey Protein Water

What Whey Protein Water Are Whey protein water are a versatile and widely beneficial means of nutrition, especially for athletes trying to maintain healthy weight, and in particular, it is important for athletes to regularly replenish their store of protein and other building blocks to maintain healthy bone and muscle. Whey water made from whey […]

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How to Slow Aging: Periodic Fasting, Estrogen, and Autophagy – Part 2

Autophagy: Fasting for Cell Regeneration What is autophagy? Basically, it’s the process in which your body disposes of dead or deteriorating cells, changing them into enzymes that can then be used by your body to develop proteins. Literally, autophagy means “self-eating.” Your body consumes itself on a regular basis through this process. Periodic fasting increases […]

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It’s Time to Take Notice: What is Nature Deficit Disorder? – Part 2

Can Nature Deficit Disorder Affect Adrenal Fatigue? During times of stress and disconnection from the natural world, the body will eventually become so weary from combating stress and anxiety that it will develop https://www.drlam.com/articles/adrenal_fatigue.asp Adrenal Fatigue Since the adrenal glands are the workhorse of the NEM Stress Response, they end up getting the worst of […]

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Colostrum Benefits and AFS

Colostrum is that miracle fluid produced by mammalian breasts during pregnancy. It is the first meal many infants get if they are breastfed. Colostrum benefits are being studied because of its nutritional and anti-inflammatory properties, among others. Human females begin making colostrum about four months into a pregnancy. This is the liquid that leaks out […]

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Hormonal Imbalance Treatment: Ultimate Cancer Prevention

Many cancers are hormonal related. Estrogen dominance may be accountable for breast, prostate, cervix, endometrial, uterine, and ovarian cancer, for example. Many researchers attribute the high incidence of these cancers to the ubiquitous presence of environmental estrogen (also called xenobiotics) that is present in our food such as commercially raised poultry and cattle; pesticides; and […]

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