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The Age-Old Soy Debate: To Eat Edamame, Or Not to Eat Edamame – That Is the Question… (And Is It Healthy for You!)

For thousands of years, people of south East Asia, have consumed soybean in their traditional form such as nimame (cooked whole soy) or, edamame (green […]

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Have You Noticed A Change in Your Brain Since Menopause?

The brain is by far the most complex organ of the human body and it is the primary organ that defines who we are as […]

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Cashews for Brain Power? Do We Really Need Another Reason to Eat Cashews…?

Cashews are a deliciously creamy and sweet nut that are native to South America, particularly Brazil and were introduced by colonists to Africa and India. […]

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B Vitamins and Magnesium: A Hangover Hack

Written by Annmarie Cannone, Naturopath. M. Hum Nutr, Grad Dip Naturopathy, B. App Sci (Naturopathic Studies) The festive season is upon us and let’s face […]

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Need A Reason to Munch on Some Cherries This Holiday Season? Sleep!

As we approach the end of the year, we all start looking forward to some down time and for some, this means, planning for a […]

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Enjoy Your Nuts and Call It A Healthy Treat; Cashews Are Great for Sugar Spikes!

Cashews as we know them are obtained from the tropical shrub related to mango, pistachio and poison ivy. Cashews originated from Brazil, where the plant […]

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Green Tea and Its Active Constituent Epigallocatechin Gallate May Be Beneficial For Inflammation and Bad Bugs.

Surprisingly, green tea is obtained from the same plant as black tea, Camellia sinensis. The difference is, green tea leaves are dried and steamed, to […]

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