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Chocolate has gotten a bad wrap when it comes to dental health, and probably for a good reason. Most chocolate sold today is not chocolate at all. The majority is nothing more than sugar, dairy, and a tiny amount of processed cacao. The significant health benefits attributed to dark chocolate are lost in processed milk chocolate, which is why it's so often linked to negative health outcomes. Dark chocolate is the preferred chocolate you should consume if you're seeking any type of beneficial health effects. Recent research has shown that […]

When someone mentions probiotics, they’re referring to actual bacteria that live in your gut. Your gut is populated with all kinds of microorganisms — some good and some bad. In order to keep a healthy balance, good bacteria needs to keep the harmful variety in check. But, due to modern diets and lifestyles, the good guys can drop in numbers, allowing for what you might want to think of it as a hostile takeover. One particular probiotic strain, Streptococcus thermophilus, is an important strain that may support colon health, support […]

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Bedsores, also known as decubitus ulcers, pressures sores, or pressure ulcers, can develop quickly and create serious skin concerns and complications. These sores result from constant pressure on a small area of skin. They can happen anywhere on your body, but they’re most common on the skin covering your hips, tailbone, shoulder blades, heels, ankles, and any other bony area of the body. (more…)

If you’re familiar with probiotics, you may also be familiar with the fact that there are many different strains of beneficial bacteria. One strain, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, may not be one you’re as familiar with, but it still holds some very impressive health benefits. This strain, among all the others, exist in what is called our “microbiome,” which basically consists of the microbial genes that reside in your system. Good bacteria and bad bacteria live here, but it’s the helpful kind that keeps the harmful variety in check. (more…)

Eczema is a skin condition in which sections of the epidermis become rough, red, and inflamed, causing itching and sometimes bleeding. More than 30 million Americans suffer from atopic dermatitis, more commonly called eczema. [1] It can appear on any area of the body, and people with dry, sensitive skin and skin allergies suffer the worst. When the intense itch of eczema flares up, finding relief may be your top priority. Fortunately, there are natural remedies that work to relieve the pain and irritation. (more…)

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