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Avoid Liquid Calories with a Mobile Food Tracker

When you are using a calorie counter to lose weight you may be focused on cutting things out of your diet to reduce your calorie intake. This approach can be difficult because it leaves you focused on the things that you can’t have instead of focusing on the things that you …

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Benefits of Liquid Vitamins

I would like to address the questions and issues of Liquid vs pills, in regards to vitamins and supplements. As far as which is best for the human body, definitely liquid has enough evidence to substantiate its claims of the healthier choice by far. For example when studies have been …

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About Hepatitis a

Hepatitis A is a potentially serious viral infection of the liver, usually transmitted through contaminated food or water supplies. A small number of people develop serious complications from the disease, but a vaccine is available to provide immunity against the disease. The Hepatitis A Virus (HAV), which causes the disease, …

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Does AA really Work

Does A.A. really work? The short answer is yes. It works for some people. The long answer is more complicated. The 12-Step approach has become a classic response to addiction, a model on which many treatment programs are based. However, there are other treatment models which may or may not …

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How to Choose Vitamins for your Bodys needs

Choosing The Best Vitamins to Suit Your Body’s Needs Most of us know that vitamins are great for our bodies and essential to keeping us healthy. But it’s tough to know which vitamins to choose for your needs. Depending on your age, gender, and activity level, there are certain vitamins …

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Eating with your Stomach not your Eyes

At some point in our lives, we have been told to eat with our stomachs, not our eyes. Yet, it often seems that this simple piece of advice is difficult to live by. We constantly want to eat more than we can. We crave for certain foods, and we cater …

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Human Liver Fluke Infection Choriocarcinoma Clonorchis Sinensis Opisthorchis Viverrini

Have you ever traveled to Asian countries such as Thailand, Laos, Malaysia, Japan, Korea, or Vietnam? While you were there, did you remember eating raw or undercooked, dry, salted, or pickled fresh water fish? Did you get symptoms such as tiredness, a low-grade fever, pain in the joints, a swollen …

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How to tell if you are Losing Fat or Water Weight

A few years ago, when carbs were the minion in the kitchen, one of my cousins went on the Atkins diet. Within the first month, she lost over 30 pounds. After three months a grand total of 50 pounds were off of her. Less than a year after she started …

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Handling Food Cravings

People have experimented with a vast array of diets over the years. Many different combinations of foods have been tried and researched to the point where people will take their favorite parts of each diet and convince themselves that they are still following some semblance of a weight-loss plan. Eventually, …

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