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Prevention is Key!
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Chronic diseases, such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes, are responsible for 7 of every 10 deaths among Americans each year and account for 75% of the nation’s health spending. The (not so) surprising fact is that these diseases are largely preventable!
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Score a Healthier You for National Diabetes Month!
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November is National Diabetes Month. In the recent years, pre-diabetes has increased and is expected to exceed that of type 2 diabetes by the year 2025.
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September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month
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While a diagnosis of any cancer is not good news, people should know that only 17% of all men diagnosed with prostate cancer will die of prostate cancer. Many more men (in fact, the vast majority) will die with prostate cancer, without ever really knowing that they have the disease.
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Fruits & Veggies — More Matters® — Month
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As day length shortens and nights become longer and cooler, yields from home gardens increase and nature’s bounty is experienced in many other places around us including farmers’ markets, roadside stands, food cooperatives, and grocery stores that stock local produce.
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Celebrate International Mediterranean Diet Month with Us!
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Help us celebrate International Mediterranean Diet Month! We are highlighting the Mediterranean diet because it plays a big role in helping reduce inflammation that underlies several diseases.
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What is folic acid?
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This week, January 7 – 13, is Folic Acid Awareness Week and we are here to tell you more about folic acid and how to make it a part of your lifestyle.
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New month! New motivation!
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New month, new motivation! February is Heart Health Month and what better way to celebrate it than to live it. As we strive to live heart healthy this month, let's get a better understanding of how we can fight this deadly disease. Development and progression of heart disease can be caused by many different factors such as smoking, high blood pressure, diabetes and genetics. Another serious underlier of heart disease is chronic inflammation. Inflammation is linked with obesity, physical i...
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Today is World Diabetes Day
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There are 415 million people with diabetes and that number continues to rise. Simple lifestyle changes can prevent and/or delay the onset of diabetes and its complications. Getting regular physical activity, eating healthier, and managing weight are the pillars of prevention. It comes as no surprise that these pillars are also three factors in managing chronic inflammation which plays a key role in the development of diabetes. 
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Enjoy A Watermelon Tomato Feta Salad!
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Here is a wonderful delicious and unique recipe that combines refreshing bits of watermelon with ripe tomatoes and feta cheese to create a savory, exotic salad that everyone will love! And….it is highly anti-inflammatory, scoring an “A” grade on our Dietary Inflammation Food Grade™ system.  Watermelon Tomato Feta Salad Ingredients: 4 cups seedless watermelon, cubed or sliced 1 red onion, chopped 2 large ripe tomatoes, chopped or sliced 2 Tbsp fresh basil, c...
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Apr

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Why Masala Chai Is So Good For You!
Dr. Hébert
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The origins of masala chai, or just “chai” for short, can be traced back some 5,000 years.  Masala Chai can be literally translated as "mixed-spice tea"—therefore, saying “chai tea” is somewhat redundant. In the United States many coffee houses feature a version known as chai latte to indicate that milk is mixed in with the beverage. Traditional masala chai is often brewed directly in the milk. Indian-inspired chai combines black tea, spices, such...
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