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In this article we will take a look at the metabolism of sugar in the body and how a high sugar diet increases our risk of chronic inflammation. We will also uncover simple, effective ways that you can beat your cravings and cut down on sugar


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In this article we will take a look at the metabolism of sugar in the body and how a high sugar diet increases our risk of chronic inflammation. We will also uncover simple, effective ways that you can beat your cravings and cut down on sugar


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Being curious about the world around us has been shown to have a number of benefits to our physical and mental health, our local communities and our global world. One that we found particularly interesting is that it reduces the risk of memory loss and dementia in old age. As we’ve already discussed, striving for meaning and purpose is an important and integral part of our health and has measurable benefits to our body’s biochemistry. Psychologist and author Brene Brown pulls these ideas together as follows:


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Our outside “shell” – including our skin, hair and nails, are all part of what we call the integumentary system. This crucial barrier protects us from all kinds of things in the outside world including pathogens, pollution, other poisonous substances and some forms of radiation.


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This is the forth article in a six part series “What you ought to know about your body” by Lauren Kress. Previous articles included an overview, understanding chronic inflammation and natural effective ways of dealing with stress. “Detoxification” programs aren’t exactly new. Perhaps  you’ve even undergone detoxification therapy yourself. There is a lot of hype around …


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Magnesium is abundant in nature, and in turn (assuming a healthy, green-filled diet), hopefully abundant in your body. It is an essential driver of the body’s energy systems. Humans cannot tense a muscle or focus a thought without enough magnesium.


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Garlic significantly reduces the risk of heart attack, plaque formation, and even stroke by providing antioxidants that suppress LDL oxidation, a process that promotes vascular dysfunction and cholesterol imbalance.


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Stress arises from a threat to our body’s stable internal frogzenenvironment – our homeostatic balance, whether real or imagined. Sometimes stress can be a good thing allowing us to get out of harms way and helping us to pay attention during situations where we need to perform well.


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The body uses the inflammatory response in an attempt to protect itself and remove threats such as harmful pathogens, damaged cells and toxins from our body. When acute, this involves a combination of external and internal defense mechanisms that produce signals of inflammation that we are all familiar with – swelling, redness, heat, joint and muscle pain, increased mucous secretion and/or a loss of function to an injured area.


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Among the reasons that skipping breakfast is linked to coronary heart disease is that ‘skipping meals is associated with excess body weight, hypertension, insulin resistance, and elevated fasting lipid concentrations,” which are factors that collectively raise heart risk. Such fasting can also lead to increases in triglycerides, free fatty acids and LDL-cholesterol, as well as decrease HDL-cholesterol, which is necessary in sufficient quantities for healthy cholesterol balance.


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