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4 Steps To Protect Against Early Colon Cancer

Cancer in the colon or rectum (colorectal cancer) is the third leading cause of cancer-related deaths. Since it used to occur mostly in seniors, it was recommended to start colonoscopy screenings at age 50. Today, however, doctors are starting to see younger people fall victim. So how can you protect yourself …

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11 Delicious Detox Water Recipes (Infographic)

By Nature’s Water Looking to detox and lose weight? Or maybe you just want to give your body a healthy cleanse? Fruit infused detox water is great to bring along with you and sip all day as a delicious hydrating treat. Let’s take a look at some tasty recipes that …

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Top 3 Ways Turmeric Benefits Digestion

Turmeric is a yellow spice that’s often used to flavor Indian cuisine, but it benefits way more than just your taste buds! The powerful spice has been used for its medicinal purposes for centuries. It was widely used in traditional Chinese medicine as well as Ayurvedic medicine. Today, researchers call turmeric …

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20 Pounds Of Poop In Your Belly…

Did you know that the average adult between 5 and 20 pounds of toxic waste (POOP) trapped in their digestive system… …just sitting there, rotting away inside their small/large intestines and colon! As this toxic waste builds up, your body becomes a walking vessel of fecal toxicity. Once this happens, you …

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Types of Acne Scars (and How to Get Rid of Them All)

With a whopping 40 to 55 percent of today’s adult population suffering from persistent breakouts, acne is a more common daily annoyance for grown-ups than you’d think…which seems so cosmically unfair. There should be a rule that we only have to deal with pimples or fine lines, dammit. The good …

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How to Turn Negative Thoughts Into Positive Thoughts

I’ve always loved the Aesop Fable that coined the expression “sour grapes.” It’s about a fox that can’t reach the grapes on a tree, and after many failed attempts, walks away grapeless, saying to himself, “Well, those grapes were probably sour anyway.” The typical moral of this story is that …

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