How to Follow an Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Diet

If you’re interested in lowering your environmental footprint or connecting to your local ecosystem through the foods on your plate, you may be curious about a sustainable diet. Although there’s a lot of talk about sustainability when it comes to food, there’s not much discussion of what this concept means. People often think of sustainable …

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Should dogs go vegan? A large-scale study finds a plant-based diet is healthiest and safest

Is it time for dogs to go vegan? There is a growing movement promoting vegan dog diets, with Formula 1 legend Lewis Hamilton the most prominent proponent. Now in what the authors believe is the first large-scale study comparing vegan with meaty dog ​​diets, the results suggest a nutritionally sound vegan diet could bring health …

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How to Spot Muscle Soreness and Muscular Injuries

Although walking up (or down) the stairs after leg day can be a grueling task, there’s nothing more painfully satisfying than when the post-workout muscle soreness hits. It gives the feeling of accomplishment and confirmation that you put in the work. On the other hand, if you’ve ever wondered whether your soreness could possibly be …

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South Africa: No Ends Meat – South Africans Go Without

With food and petrol prices rocketing, impoverished people sacrifice nutritious food for starches that keep them full, leaving children malnourished and adults prone to disease. The rising cost of living is forcing many South Africans to cut out healthy food to make ends meet. Petrol price hikes, rocketing food prices and a looming electricity tariff …

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Food as medicine: A debated concept

The fact that diet can impact an individual’s health is well acknowledged by healthcare providers worldwide. People who have access to adequate nutrition are more likely to have strong immune systems, safer pregnancy and childbirth, lower risk of diabetes and cardiovascular disease, and they live longer. The reasons for this are myriad, complex, and not …

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Health Bulletin for April 14-21 – ‘Understanding Alzheimer’s and Dementia,’ healthy eating and smart drivers

Upcoming Low-impact Aerobics – An ongoing class for seniors. Mondays at 10:30 am and Thursdays at 10 am Thursday, Zion Lutheran Church, 8304 E. Buckeye Ave., Spokane Valley. Free. (509) 926-5407. Alzheimer’s Association Webinar: “Understanding Alzheimer’s and Dementia” – Learn about the impact of Alzheimer’s; the difference between Alzheimer’s and dementia; stages and risk factors; …

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HTC Vive Cosmos Elite review: Perfect for gaming and fitness

The HTC Vive Cosmos Elite is an extremely accomplished headset. Not only does it feature excellent build quality and some of the best screens on the market, but it’s also lightweight and despite its lack of portability, it’s one of our favorite headsets on the market. It’s certainly an expensive headset and will require a …

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Good health soda, plant-based, and regenerative agriculture … Trendspotting with Presence Marketing

Drawing from its latest trends reportWhich called out several emerging trends from carbonated soda for gut health and mushrooms of all varieties, to the rise of regenerative agriculture and sustainable packaging trends, FoodNavigator-USA sat down with CEO and founder of Presence Marketing Bill Weiland to discuss the company’s top trend predictions for the years to …

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