Deeper Look: Thanksgiving Dinner and What It Does to You

Deeper Look: Thanksgiving Dinner and What It Does to You

November 22, 2017

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Thanksgiving is upon us, and it’s time to feast. Since the beginning, Thanksgiving has been a time to get together with family, remember what is good in life, and eat a lot of food. To many Americans, it’s an important landmark of the holiday season. For health-conscious Americans, Thanksgiving is also a time of regret. While many dieters make sure to save a cheat day for it, it can be ...

Healthy Fall Foods for Your Diet

November 21, 2017

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Fall is a wonderful time for our taste buds. As the weather cools, we put the grills away and dust off the oven. Suddenly, baking becomes a way to keep the house warm, instead of driving everyone out of the kitchen. Thanksgiving is a landmark of autumn, and will evoke drool the second it comes up. Everyone is ready to eat. However, fall food isn’t great at being health-conscious. Turkey is ...

Flu Season is Here – Find Out How to Help You and Your Family Have a Happy, Healthy Holiday Season

With flu season starting, it’s time to get that influenza vaccine if you haven’t done so already. Why? Well, according to Science Life from The University of Chicago, a new tool helps predict just how widespread the flu bug will be. And this year is expected to be an above average year for an outbreak of the flu but not quite as bad as last year’s season. Strains of the influenza ...

Autumn Ailments: Sicknesses to Look Out for This Fall

October 13, 2017

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Autumn is often associated with being sick—certainly more so than summer. This is for good reason. While summer does bring its own set of sicknesses, fall weather brings rise to more and generally worse issues. In this article, we’re going to talk about what these issues are, and why they thrive in autumn. Colds and Flus Most people are aware of what colds and flus are, and those who are ...

Is Pumpkin Spice Bad For You?

October 4, 2017

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Like the bubonic plague, pumpkin spice swept across the nation seemingly overnight in 2004. 13 years later, this popular blend of spices doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. You can now find pumpkin spice in products like Frosted Shredded Wheat, yogurt, and rum. It’s even beginning to invade gyms as it’s packed in protein powder. Just 10 years after its introduction, Starbucks had sold more ...

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