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Healthy Eating Guide – Dairy

Dairy isn't necessary in the diet for optimal health, but for many people it is the easiest way to get their calcium, vitamin D, and protein.Some sources of dairy are milk, cream (heavy cream, sour cream etc), cheese, yoghurt, butter, whey, casein, and ice cream. Benefits:Bone health Dental health Increases muscle massNegative effects:Lactose intolerance Dairy products are linked to high cholesterol Dairy drinkers may have higher blood pressure Dairy products are high in sodium Dairy drinkers are more likely to suffer from asthma Consuming dairy can aggravate acne Hormones in dairy products may increase estrogen levelsAlternative foods that are also high in calcium, vitamin D and protein:Seeds Sardines and canned salmon Beans and lentils Almonds Leafy greens Fortified foods such as cereals etc ...

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How a PH imbalance can impact your health

Most people who suffer from an imbalanced pH are acidic. This condition forces the body to borrow minerals —including calcium, sodium, potassium and magnesium from vital organs and bones to buffer (neutralise) the acid and safely remove it from the body. Because of this strain, the body can suffer severe and prolonged damage due to high acidity, a condition that may go undetected for years....

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Basic stretching

Stretching keeps the muscles flexible, strong and healthy and we need that flexibility to maintain a good range of motion in the joints....

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What Is Black Seed Oil?

Black Seed Oil (Nigella Sativa) is a small flowering plant that grows in Southwest Asia, the Middle East, Southern Europe, and Northern Africa....

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Why We Need Zinc

Zinc is a trace mineral, meaning that the body only needs small amounts, and yet it is necessary for almost 100 enzymes to carry out vital chemical reactions....

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