Shakes

Healthy Heart Nutrition for Kids

…or a combination) * 1 serving size (follow product directions) of whey protein powder Put ingredients into a blender and whir. If you want a cold, shake-like taste experience, add ice or use frozen juice cubes. Fresh and organic is best, but when neither organic nor fresh fruits are in season you can…

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Handheld Devices Are a Serious Radiation Exposure Risk for Children

…about the latest research into the dangers of RF exposure that he suggests it be reclassified as a category 2A—which is a PROBABLE carcinogen. That shakes me right through to my bones! Dr. Miller is not alone. Our own American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) asked for a review of the radiation emitted by…

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Heart Health Benefits of Coconut Oil

…even douse your steamed vegetables with a few teaspoons of it. * Eat coconut or other products like coconut milk. Coconut milk can be used to make shakes and smoothies. You can also use it in a hot or cold cereal, or pour it over seasonal organic blueberries, raspberries and strawberries. I like to bake…

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Healthy Heart Nutrition Starts with Flax

…grams of protein. Exact amounts will vary with the quality of the flaxseed and how it's grown. Easy Flax Shake One of the easiest (and tastiest!) ways to get your daily flax is to add it to a shake or smoothie. Here’s one of my favorite versions. 1. Grind up 2 tablespoons of organic flaxseed. 2. In…

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Three Tips for Detoxifying

…helping to make you less prone to disease. To make the drink, pour the juice and water into a wide-mouth glass jar or blender. Add all the powders. Shake up or blend the concoction. Add more or less juice or water according to your personal preference. The flavor of this drink may be a little different…

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Stroke 101: Risk Factors for Stroke

…speaking—others are more subtle and challenging. People may stumble, grope for words, or have one hand feel a little numb. Unfortunately, they often shake off the signs, and 15 minutes later they are fine. Then, the next day, or sometime during the following weeks, they may have a massive, more serious…

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Secrets for Surviving Seasonal Flu

…and others with germs through simple touch. Also, be mindful of when you have had direct contact with potential sources of seasonal flu, such as shaking hands with others, touching stair rails, door knobs, etc., in public places. * Sleep 6-8 hours a night, since sleep bolsters your immunity. * Eat plenty…

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Pets and Your Heart

…walk away from a potentially hopeless situation that threatens their well-being! For example, when things are looking bleak, cats just turn around, shake it off, and walk away to a secluded spot. They have an innate ability to tune out the environment and to become aloof in intolerable situations. On…

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