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  • Gas and Bloating... aaggghhh!
    April 23, 2022

    Gas and Bloating... aaggghhh!

    Those stinky farts.

    Although a common digestive issue, it is important to get to the root cause of your bloating.

    As a healthy body, you should not feel constantly bloated. Non- stinky farts, on the other hand, are normal.

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  • April 23, 2022

    Tips to Improve your Sleep Schedule

    Almost all human physical functions lead in a daily rhythm or a 24-hour cycle. This cycle is called the circadian rhythm that is part of the body’s internal clock. The most crucial to this cycle is a healthy sleep routine.

    When well aligned, a circadian rhythm can facilitate deep and restorative sleep. But when this cycle is thrown off, it can create major sleeping problems, including insomnia.

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  • April 23, 2022

    The Dirty Dozen List of 2021

    Organic vegetables VS inorganic vegetables.

    I have written about this topic before but with so many people asking and sharing this post, here we go again…

    A few months ago, the Environmental Working Group (EWG) released its Dirty Dozen list of vegetables/ fruits.

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  • Cholesterol management through food? | Roshni Sanghvi
    April 23, 2022

    Cholesterol management through food?

    Is there any superfood to help with cholesterol?

    High cholesterol is one of the most common health issues of the population all around the world and Indians are not unknown to this as well.

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  • April 23, 2022

    Benefits of Matcha Tea

    How is Matcha different?

    Matcha has more than ten times the antioxidants as compared to green tea. Antioxidants keep your skin looking younger and vibrant.


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  • April 23, 2022

    But B12 though...

    Do I need a B12 supplement?

    But where do Vegan’s get their B12 from?! Oh if I got a brownie for every time I was asked this question.

    Where do we find vitamin B12? 

    There are many people who believe that vitamin B12 comes only from animal flesh and animal secretions including cow’s milk, chicken, eggs, etc.

    However, this is not true. B12 is produced by the bacteria living in the soil.

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