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If you have leaky gut syndrome, what do you do now? Here are six great healing tools to repair a leaky gut.

Here in the U.S. we waste around 40 percent of the food we produce and part of that happens in our very own kitchens. Check out some of these ways to bust food waste by cooking with food scraps!

With 44% of men and 39% of women now being diagnosed with cancer, it has become more important than ever to understand the foods that will not only nourish your body, but also detoxify it of any cancer causing agents. Here are some of the most potent cancer destroying foods and herbs.

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Featured Stories
Multivitamins: Finding the Right One
Ideally a balanced and varied diet, including plenty of different colored fruits and vegetables, beans, nuts, fish, lean meats, dairy or equivalent alternatives, and whole grains will meet your body’s nutritional needs.

Too Few Younger, High-Risk Americans Get a Colonoscopy: Study
A majority of people with a family history of colon cancer are not getting screened for the disease early enough, a new study finds.
Coffee May Help Men Keep Impotence at Bay
Coffee perks millions of Americans up each morning, and a new study finds it might help keep men's sex lives percolating, too.
Weight Training's Benefits May Depend on Genetics
How well resistance exercises work may depend on a woman's genetic risk for obesity, new research suggests.
That Lingering Cough Could Be Bronchitis
If you have a cold that lasts a long time or a persistent cough, you could have bronchitis and should see a doctor, a doctor says.
Healthy Home Market - Plaza Health Tips
More fiber = healthier breasts
Women who consume high-fiber diets have a 30 percent reduction in breast cancer risk compared to women on a low-fiber diet. For protective benefits, try to consume 25 to 30 grams of fiber a day. Some good sources of fiber include beans, oatmeal, high-fiber cereals and breads, and of course, lots of fruits and veggies.

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