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Are You Developing A Food Allergy

Catching the cause of bad reactions to food early is important for your immune system.
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Freedom from Gluten – The Insider’s Account of a Coeliac’s Life

For many people like Kylie Banks, abstaining from gluten isn’t about alternative eating “lifestyle” or “culture”. In the case of someone with an intolerance or allergy, eating gluten can have severe consequences.
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Toxic Friendships – Why Sometimes We Need to “Break Up” With...

“They’re just not that into you” or “they’re using you”—both may be said about romantic relationships, but they can also be applied to your friends. Here’s how you can deal with it.
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Take it outside: 10 great reasons to exercise outdoors

Fresh air, sunshine, trees—what’s not to like about getting fit surrounded by God’s green earth?
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Friendship: a priceless gift

Life is full of unexpected detours; having true friends makes all the difference.
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The illusion of connection

Loneliness (n): a feeling of sadness because one has no friends or company. But you are not alone.
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Foods to boost your brain power

When it comes to feeling great, a wholefood plant-based diet comes out on top. To keep your memory sharp, give these 10 brain foods a try.
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Make your own Kombucha

People around the world are devoted to kombucha, claiming a series of health benefits. That may or may not be true. What’s more certain though, is that it’s delicious!
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What you need to do after you exercise

Don't drink juices, avoid the ice bath... these are the new rules of recovery
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No Laughing Matter

What are the early warning signs of dementia? And is there any way to prevent it in the first place? Vania Chew says the answers may be simpler than you think.
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Beating bitterness

When life knocks you down, you can do better than getting bitter. Victor Parachin shares some practical tips.
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A Sound Investment

Imagine a world where we don’t need to spend time preparing or cooking food. Sounds like an efficient use of time, but is it?