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Information is powerful – particularly when it relates to your health and your health care. That's why we provide insight and tools to help you understand how to take care of you.

You can find general information about health and wellness here. Our blog articles change regularly, so return to this page often for more information.

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Current blog articles

  • Key Ingredient: Cauliflower


    White bread, white rice, white pasta — many healthy diets recommend limiting your consumption of these white foods (or avoiding them altogether), but there's one white food you don’t need to avoid: cauliflower.

  • The health benefits of drinking tea


    Drinking tea — especially green tea — is often said to be good for your health. For thousands of years, Eastern cultures have regarded tea as a key to good health, but what are the real health benefits of drinking tea?

  • Healthier alternatives to your food cravings


    Crazy food cravings can come seemingly out of nowhere. But scientifically, they can have deep underlying causes. Cravings are different from hunger pangs in that you get hungry when your stomach needs more sustenance, whereas cravings come from your brain. While more scientific research needs to be done on the subject, some scientists think food cravings can spring from underlying emotional and nutritional needs.

  • Why add probiotics to your diet


    Did you know that your digestive tract is the second-largest part of your neurological system? In fact, it's often called the "second brain." Your digestive health affects every biological system in your body, so it's crucial to take good care of it. One great way to start is to consume the right amount of probiotics, which are essential for digestive health.

  • Key Ingredient: Pomegranate


    Pomegranates are an often-overlooked fruit, likely because eating a pomegranate requires some meticulous work. But the health benefits of the pomegranate are too great to be ignored.

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