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  Even if you’re brushing and flossing your teeth every day, certain foods and habits may contribute to a smile that is less than white and bright. With these simple ideas, you can brighten your smile at home without an expensive trip to the dentist or harsh chemicals being applied to your teeth. Fastest Ways...
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  Going to the doctor can be a difficult experience for some people. They might feel ashamed about the status of their health. They might feel like their doctor shames them about the status of their health. Without regular checkups, it can be difficult to know the status of your health. Finding ways to improve...
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  There are several signs and symptoms of Type 2 diabetes that are considered to be common. Although every person is different, these are the symptoms which are seen most often. Needing to urinate more frequently. Feeling very thirsty all of the time. Feeling hungry, even though you’ve eaten. High levels of fatigue. Blurry vision....
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  Let’s just get the answer out of the way right here. No – it is not possible to fully reverse Type 2 diabetes. You cannot reverse Type 1 diabetes either. What you can do is begin to reverse the effects that diabetes has on the body. For some people, if they keep up with...
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  The best way to understand your risks of a heart attack is to evaluate your risk factors. According to the American Heart Association, there are 3 broad categories of risk to consider. Major risk factors. These include aging, heredity, and gender.  Modifiable risk factors. These include smoking, high cholesterol levels, physical inactivity, high blood...
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  Type 2 diabetes mellitus is a serious condition. It is a disease which prevents the body from using the energy resources created from the foods you eat. Caring for this disease requires your doctor, a treatment team, and a commitment toward a healthier lifestyle. If you’ve been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, then these...
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  Many of the nutrients, vitamins, and minerals we need each day can be found in the foods that we eat. The issue many of us run into is that we develop certain eating habits that have us eating the same foods throughout the week. With a limited diet, we have limited access to the...
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  Insulin resistance, or IR, occurs when your body isn’t using the insulin it produces in a way that is fully beneficial. When the cells in your liver and muscles don’t respond well to insulin, then blood glucose levels become higher in the blood because the sugars cannot enter the cells. That causes your pancreas...
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Most people either know someone with a common sleeping disorder or suffer from one themselves. According to the National Sleep Foundation, about 1 in 3 adults rates their sleep as either “fair” or “poor.” Another 1 in 4 people report that they woke up feeling less refreshed than when they went to bed at least...
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If you are exposed to heavy metals, then there is a good chance that they are still lurking in your body. The human body, on its own, struggles to remove them and their toxic symptoms. Metals like aluminum, nickel, cadmium, arsenic, mercury, copper, and lead all qualify as heavy metals. What Are the Symptoms of...
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