Good nutrition is essential for both your oral and general health. Your best source of nutrients? Real food. By “real food,” we mean fresh, whole foods, as close as possible to the form in which they were grown and preferably organic. It’s the opposite of the hyperprocessed products that line the aisles of your average […]
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You can hardly turn your head in the grocery store without running into “low-fat” options – not to mention products labeled “fat-free” or even “naturally fat-free.” Those who buy these kinds of products may also have switched long ago from butter to margarine and learned to look on egg yolks with disdain. What caused this […]
If we were to honestly look at our personal habits, we’d have to admit many of the daily choices we make have the potential to cause us harm. We make thousands of decisions each and every day on what to eat, drink, smoke, how to travel, who to couple with, what commercial products or chemicals […]
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