Protein is Essential “Protein” comes from the Greek word meaning first or primary. That makes sense considering that every cell in your body requires this macronutrient. “Protein provides the building blocks for hormones and neurotransmitters and antibodies, not to mention being necessary for strong muscles and bones,” says Jonny Bowden, PhD, in The 150 Healthiest
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One in eight women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. After lung cancer, breast cancer is the number one cancer among females. Researchers found that between 1970 and 2014, the number of cases increased more than four-fold. Breast Cancer Risk Factors Breast cancer is a multifactorial disease, meaning multiple culprits often contribute to its
The condition of your gut impacts far more than you might realize. Researchers connect nearly every disease including obesity with gut health, or more specifically, the 100 trillion microbes or bacteria that live in your gut. “When I say it all starts in your gut, I mean almost everything!” says Vincent Pedre, MD, in Happy
Cold and Flu Symptoms Sneak Up on Us The alarm goes off at 6:30 a.m. and that feeling immediately hits you. Your breathing is stuffy, you’re coughing, and your forehead feels warm. You’re coming down with a cold or possibly the flu. “I’ll drink a few cups of coffee and take some cough medicine along
Chronic Stress = Inflammation in the Body Chronic stress earns a bad reputation, and deservedly so. But some stress can actually make you stronger and more resilient to life’s demands. That same process occurs within your cells. At low or moderate levels, your body can manage free radicals, which are unstable, electrically charged molecules that