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Oatmeal has been around for years and is often perceived as the breakfast of punishment. Consumers may begrudgingly eat it when they know their cholesterol is high or when it’s just too cold outside for cold cereal. This inexpensive grain has a lot going for it beyond cholesterol reduction....
 

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We’re moving into the third month of our Positive Resolutions for 2021 project. With this project, the goal is to achieve one new, positive goal each month this year, adding each new goal onto the goals from past months. That way, at the end of the year, you’ll have twelve new habits and a healthier ... Get Some Whole Grains
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We’ve been discussing how inflammation impacts your risk for arthritis, cancer, and heart disease, but most people don’t consider the impact on your brain. Most recently, you may have heard reports of how COVID19 survivors suffer “brain fog” and memory loss after recovering from the virus. Experts suggest this may be related to inflammation. High ... Your brain, inflamed
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Last week we briefly discussed inflammation and provided an overview of arthritis. If you never have to deal with OA, gout, or other forms of arthritis, consider yourself lucky! Arthritis is all too common for so many. This week, we’ll dive a little deeper and talk about the “heart...
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Did you know that there is no definition about the amount of whole grains contained in foods labeled "whole grain?"