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May 22, 2024
Maximum Antioxidant Absorption from Green Tea

Many factors can impact how effectively you absorb the antioxidants in green tea. How it’s made, what you pair it with, your habits and more all change how green tea will affect you.

May 21, 2024
Four Perfect BBQ Sides

Monday is a day for solemn reflection. But the weekend before it has become the second most popular grilling holiday of the year. So, we are sharing four great low-carb side dishes for your cookout.

May 20, 2024
Concerned About Bird Flu? Cook Burger to Medium

The bird flu hasn't posed a large threat to people or been found in retail meat. However, if you are concerned about the safety of your burgers, cook them to 145 F to kill any possible viruses.

May 17, 2024
Strength Training May Extend Life

We rarely talk about lifting weights. Weightlifting can improve your balance, bone health and blood sugar. And, concerning mortality, it’s more beneficial than aerobic exercise.

May 16, 2024
Randomized Controlled Trials Say Artificial Sweeteners Are Safe

The research that condemns artificial sweeteners as unsafe has either used cell models or is observational. Far more accurate randomized controlled trials say that they are harmless.

May 15, 2024
First Person to Receive Pig Kidney Transplant Has Died

In March, we announced that a man had received a genetically modified kidney from a pig. Sadly, he has died from unrelated causes. However, his contributions to medicine will be remembered.

May 14, 2024
Four Low-carb Cheesy Recipes to Enjoy

Many low-carb cheese recipes are things like low-carb mozzarella sticks. We want to offer you some healthier dishes that won’t throw your diet off but will let you enjoy delicious cheese!

May 13, 2024
Neuropathy Is Underdiagnosed

Neuropathy is both very common and underdiagnosed. Fewer than 20 percent of people with neuropathy are diagnosed. People with blood sugar concerns are at higher risk.

May 10, 2024
Reciprocal Relationship Found Between Exercise and Depression

A new study is the latest to examine how exercise and depression impact one another. It found that long-term inactivity might have worse effects than long-term depression.

May 9, 2024
Anti-inflammatory Diet May Lower Risk of Cognitive Impairment

A new study found that an anti-inflammatory diet was linked with a 21 percent reduction in cognitive impairment, and a protein-rich diet was associated with a nine percent reduction.

May 8, 2024
Study Finds How Much You Should Sit, Stand, Exercise, Sleep

A new study has figured out the perfect balance between rest and activity for health. The optimum balance was found to help blood sugar levels and heart health.

May 7, 2024
Four Wonderful Asparagus Recipes

Asparagus might not be your favorite if it’s just steamed. Some people cover it in heavy sauces. But we wanted to offer you some more unique and tasty low-carb options!

May 6, 2024
Acid Reflux Linked to Headaches, Migraines

If you frequently suffer from headaches or migraines you’ve probably looked for the source of your problem. A new study suggests it might be how you treat your heartburn.

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May 3, 2024
How to Exercise During Allergy Season

For many people, allergy season can put a stop to exercising outdoors. But if you love getting outside, there are ways to make your life easier!

May 2, 2024
Woman’s Paralysis Is Cautionary Lesson on Food Safety

If food is not properly stored and reheated, it can have dangerous consequences. A 23-year-old woman was left paralyzed from eating leftover soup.

May 1, 2024
Care for Your Kidneys in Hot Weather

When the thermometer rises outside, there is a spike in people visiting the ER with kidney problems. The days are heating up, and we think it’s essential to revisit the topic of kidney health.

April 30, 2024
Four Low-carb Icebox Cakes to Enjoy

We are sharing icebox cakes to help you either cool off or celebrate the warming days. They aren’t as cold as ice cream, but they are all sweet treats!

April 29, 2024
Are Nasal Sprays Addictive? It’s Complicated

People have asked if OTC nasal sprays are addictive. Some are habit-forming and shouldn't be taken for more than three days for safety. Most can be used daily to fight allergies.

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April 26, 2024
Hunters Die from Zombie Deer Disease

Hunting is a great source of nutrition and exercise. But recently, two men died after eating meat from deer with chronic wasting disease — also known as “zombie deer disease.”

April 25, 2024
Metformin May Slow Aging

Researchers want to examine whether metformin can fight age-related cancers, heart disease and cognitive decline. The drug’s anti-inflammatory nature may also slow the effects of aging.

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