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- In Praise of Almonds and NutsBecause of their numerous health benefits, notwithstanding their high fat content, almonds, hazelnuts and other nuts are among foods recommended for consumption in Canada, the US, and across the EU – to the tune of a small handful each day. Discover what modern science has to say about those nuts.
- Are You Stuck in the Clutter Trap?You arrived on earth without clutter. Your parents and doting relatives started you on a pathway to accumulation. By the time you were a year old, you had mounds of functional clothing, twenty outfits suitable for dress-up, too many stuffed animals to fit in your bed, custom-sized furniture, a silver spoon, and a plastic Winnie-the-Pooh bowl. You had not even become a toddler yet, and you had already embarked on the road to the clutter trap. Find out why it is important to take care of your clutter before it gets out of control.
- 5 Pulses that are Packed with GoodnessEach year on February 10, the United Nations commemorates what probably sounds to many like a strange occasion: World Pulses Day. Discover why pulses are a good idea for our health and for the food safety of the planet.
- St. John’s Wort – Nature’s Prozac?Every year, according to the National Institutes of Mental Health, about 11 million Americans suffer mild cases of depression and another 10 million suffer mild to severe depression. St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum) has received increasing attention as a safe product that provides some natural relief from depression. Find out what this herb can do for you.
- Binge Eating, Anorexia and BulimiaToday we are going to talk about eating disorders and you might think, “‘But I have nothing to do with it, I don’t suffer from that”. If you do not have this problem, take the opportunity to learn about it and help someone who does. Not much is being said about eating disorders. Learn more about the causes of eating disorders and what can be done about them.
- The Problem of Celebrity NutritionCelebrities of nutrition evoke feelings of awe, envy and adulation in many of us. While the Gwyneth Paltrows first achieve celebrity status in other fields, others make themselves a name in the field of food and nutrition, despite not having formal nutrition qualifications. We discuss the problems and pitfalls involved in making those influencers and their multiplicity of diets like paleo, gluten free or clean food the foundation of your food choices.
- Make Driving a Less Stressful ExperienceA recent Time Magazine story reported that Americans spend an average of 204 hours a year commuting, and for most workers, that means driving their car. Find out how you can use some proven strategies to reduce stress, even while driving in a tense rush hour traffic.
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