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Most people are familiar with the immune boosting properties of mushrooms for fighting infection but depending on the type of mushrooms, they have other health benefits which include relief from high cholesterol levels, breast cancer, prostrate cancer, and diabetes, just to name a few. Heart Healthy Living has this to say about mushrooms: "Mushrooms are loaded with a potent … [Read More. . . ] When it comes to exercise, eating healthy, and the overall wellness of our bodies and our lives, a majority of people are full of excuses as to why they can't keep it up or even start to begin with. Let's tackle your excuses (and why we don't buy them) one at a time. Starting with the biggest excuse people use to eat unhealthy and forget their exercise schedule: Travel.

1. "I'm on vacation" … [Read More. . . ] 3 ways to boost your immune system to prevent allergies   A HEALTHY IMMUNE SYSTEM IS THE BEST DEFENSE AGAINST ALLERGIES Do you experience symptoms of sinus or nasal congestion, sneezing, coughing headaches, fatigue, muscle or joint pain? You may be displaying typical or atypical allergy symptoms. Even depression or anxiety can be caused by allergies or intolerances.

Allergy triggers come in many different forms such as substances that are eaten, … [Read More. . . ] Happy Friday! Did you know laughing relieves stress and can leave your muscles relaxed for up to 40 minutes? Did you know that laughter improves the function of blood vessels, which can help protect you against a heart attack? Since your health is so important to us, we thought we would share a few chuckles with you on this Funny Friday.

Are there any fun pictures you keep around for … [Read More. . . ] I’m too busy for this heart attack today, perhaps I can pencil it in for tomorrow   In 2008, over 616,000 people died of heart disease. Heart disease caused almost 25% of deaths in the United States and these numbers are far from declining. Of course a healthy diet and lifestyle help tremendously in preventing heart disease, but it is important to recognize the signs of a heart attack and to be willing to seek help if the need arises. Women are the worst at taking … [Read More.

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