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Kale Is a Surprise on 2019’s ‘Dirty Dozen’ List

While it may still be considered a super food, kale took third place on this year’s “Dirty Dozen” list of fruits and vegetables with the most pesticide residue.

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GET HIIT

By Paul Villaire FNP-BC As we age we are subject to a certain amount of muscle loss, which begins in our 30’s. The decline can lead to up to 30% muscle mass loss over our lifespan. Loss of strength, flexibility,… Read More ›

Patient Care Will Remain Steadfast Despite Staff Cuts, DHA Director Sa

Given proposed military medical staffing reductions, the Defense Health Agency and the services are working together closely so access to care and availability of health services are consistently Source: Patient Care Will Remain Steadfast Despite Staff Cuts, DHA Director Sa

Mediterranean Best Diet of 2019

The Mediterranean diet has earned the top spot as the best overall diet in the 2019 U.S. News & World Report annual diet rankings. Last year, the perennial favorite tied for top place with the DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diet, but this year it bumped DASH to second.

7 TIPS TO GET A BETTER NIGHT’S SLEEP

We all need our beauty sleep. Sleep and our circadian rhythms are far more important than most people realize. Sleep gives our body and mind an opportunity to repair, rest and regenerate. We all know how tempting it is to stay up late and set the alarm too early. Restricting our sleep comes at a cost. By Paul Villaire FNP-BC

What You need to Know About The Mediterranean Diet’s Multiple Benefits

The Mediterranean diet incorporates the basics of healthy eating and includes delicious olive oil and if you choose – a glass of red wine. The Mediterranean diet characterizes the traditional cooking style of countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea and affords many health benefits.

The Virus Jump And Palm Oil

Does anyone remember the book THE COMING PLAGUE ? First published in 1994 in hardcover by Farrar, Straus and Giroux, THE COMING PLAGUE: Newly Emerging Diseases in a World Out of Balance was a New York Times bestseller in 1994-5. Laurie Garrett researched and wrote THE COMING PLAGUE for ten years, starting in the mid-1980s when the very premise of the effort was highly controversial. What seemed an acutely controversial premise in 1994 is mainstream thought in the second decade of the 21st Century. By Paul Villaire FNP-BC

Congress Returns To Washington-AANP Legislative Updates

After spending time during August in their home districts, members of the House and Senate have returned to Capitol Hill and are expected to have an intense schedule leading up to the mid-term elections. Join AANP

Do You Need Some Fiber In Your Diet?

Fiber can have the beneficial effects of:
Improving gut health-Keeping the bowels moving regularly can improve gut health and relieve the symptoms of digestive conditions, such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and diverticulosis.
The soluble fiber in Benefiber and Metamucil can feed the good bacteria in the intestines.
Heart health-The manufacturers of fiber supplements, such as Benefiber and Metamucil, state that they are heart-healthy products. This is because of the benefits a high-fiber diet can have on a person’s heart health.
A systematic review published in BMJ found that higher fiber intake might lower the risk of both coronary heart disease and cardiovascular disease.
Weight loss-Some weight loss products, programs, and healthcare professionals recommend consuming fiber as a way to make the body feel fuller for longer. This may decrease people’s appetites and help with weight loss.

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