The Truth About Whether Chia Seeds Can Really Help You Lose Weight

Chia seeds are all over Instagram these days—in everything from puddings to smoothies. With good reason, too. These small black seeds, responsible for a flowering plant in the mint family called salvia hispanica, are a nutritional powerhouse, rich in protein (four grams per one-ounce serving) and omega-3 fatty acids, per the USDA. Plus, the nutrient-rich seed is loaded with 11 […]

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You can now do pilates with miniature pigs

The class will be led by pilates teacher Harry Parkes, who explains: ‘While there is plenty of fun to be had, Pilates has many benefits including improving posture, movement quality, mobility, flexibility, mental cognition and core strength.’ Little pigs will be free to roam around during the session, so guests should be ready for curious piglets to stroll over for […]

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Even small amounts of antibiotics destroy the intestinal what you need to do after taking Video

Bacterial infections often need antibiotics to help. They destroy the pathogenic bacteria, but also many good bacteria which ensure a healthy intestinal flora. Thus, the intestines will quickly fit again, take note of a few measures. Antibiotics make no distinction between “good” and “bad” bacteria. After taking the intestinal microflora, therefore, is also often affected. The pain immediately through the […]

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Hailey Bieber Just Wore the $80 Sneakers You Need for Summer

Is it just us, or are white sneakers here to stay? While many fitness trends come and go, white kicks have casually claimed the reigning position in our closet as our go-to neutral. They’re a officially year-round shoe, helping to break the age-old fashion rule of no white before Memorial Day or after Labor Day—and we’re isn’t complaining. Not only are white sneakers versatile […]

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Walk, dance, clean: even a little activity helps you live longer

(HealthDay)—Want a reason to get out of your comfy armchair? Even low levels of regular physical activity—brisk walking, dancing or gardening—can reduce your risk of premature death, a new study finds. Americans who got in just 10 to 59 minutes of moderate physical activity every week had an 18 percent lower risk of death from any cause, compared with couch […]

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Why You Need to Get Your Kids Outside NOW

Most parents know it in their bones: Kids spend way too much time plopped in front of screens. We know that time outside and in nature is so important for growing brains and bodies, and yet, we all struggle with the question (that is ever-more-pressing as the years go by and the digital distractions increase): How do we get our […]

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Why static stretching may not be as effective as you think

The thing about professional football that renowned health-fad skeptic Timothy Caulfield finds most incredible isn’t the feats of athleticism, the big hits or even the moments of grace that emerge from the chaos—it’s the pre-game stretching. “The research shows these million-dollar football players might be increasing their chances of injury and probably decreasing their performance capabilities, and yet there they […]

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You have to be good, it will do you good

According to a new study of time pieces for positive thoughts about themselves and persons close to the mental and physical well-being. Exercises for more self-compassion the heart rate and lower off the body’s reactions to threats are typical. Study participants were prompted via Audio instructions to be kind to yourself, feel relaxed and safe. Compared to individuals, whose critical […]

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