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If you have leaky gut syndrome, what do you do now? Here are six great healing tools to repair a leaky gut.

Here in the U.S. we waste around 40 percent of the food we produce and part of that happens in our very own kitchens. Check out some of these ways to bust food waste by cooking with food scraps!

With 44% of men and 39% of women now being diagnosed with cancer, it has become more important than ever to understand the foods that will not only nourish your body, but also detoxify it of any cancer causing agents. Here are some of the most potent cancer destroying foods and herbs.

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Featured Stories
3 Tips to Keep Colds at Bay
TAKE VITAMINS During the long winter months when the risk of falling prey to colds is at its highest

Oldest Sister at Greater Risk of Obesity, Study Contends
Firstborn girls are more likely to be overweight or obese in adulthood than their younger sisters, results of a new study suggest.
Household Dust Harbors Thousands of Microbial Species
You've got a lot of unsuspected roommates: A new study finds that ordinary house dust contains thousands of species of bacteria and fungi.
Many Kids Tossing Fruits, Veggies in Trash Since New U.S. School Lunch Rules
More fruits and vegetables ended up in the garbage after the U.S. government introduced a rule requiring fruits and vegetables to be included with school lunches, a new study finds.
Mom's Healthy Diet Linked to Lower Heart Defect Risk at Birth
Women who eat healthy diets prior to pregnancy are less likely to have a baby born with a heart defect, researchers report.
Healthy Home Market - Plaza Health Tips
More fiber = healthier breasts
Women who consume high-fiber diets have a 30 percent reduction in breast cancer risk compared to women on a low-fiber diet. For protective benefits, try to consume 25 to 30 grams of fiber a day. Some good sources of fiber include beans, oatmeal, high-fiber cereals and breads, and of course, lots of fruits and veggies.

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