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Three Ways to Save Time and Money While Preparing Healthy Meals

by Che Chengsupanimit People often talk about trying to save money while living healthy. Done right, those two ideas can go hand in hand. It’s also important to think about saving time during this process. If it takes a lot of time to save money and live healthy, then lazy people (like me) are a lot […]

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Things We Are Doing Wrong With Dementia Patients

Dementia is primarily an age-related problem that causes people, who are mostly 60 or above, to lose their memory thus making it increasingly hard for them to keep track of life events and day-to-day activities. It is a brain disorder and the struggle to remember things leads to other related problems such as mood swings […]

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Risk Of Dementia And How To Control It At An Early Stage

Dementia is a debilitating illness and according to studies, it has affected an estimated 5.4 million Americans of all ages and genders in 2016. This means that 1 in 9 people over the age of 65 have some form of dementia. The word ‘dementia’ usually refers to a group of symptoms related to memory loss […]

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Cheap Foods for Healthy Weight Gain and Muscle Building

by Matjaž Macuh The basis of any muscle building nutritional regimen is a caloric surplus which relates to an individual eating more calories than he/she burn throughout the day. Energy surpluses should be of small to moderate amount (up to 500 kcal/day) in order to minimize fat gain during massing phases. Staying in states of energy surpluses for […]

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