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How Do I Prevent Knee Injury?

Posted by EHE Blogger

7/27/16 9:25 AM

The knees are essential to just about every movement that an individual makes. When the knees are healthy, individuals are able to perform tasks with ease and participate in a wide range of activities. When the knees are damaged, however, even the simplest tasks can seem very difficult. This article will focus on ways to prevent knee injury.
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Topics: preventive healthcare, physical fitness, DigestiveHealth, health, health benefits, improvement

How Can I Improve My Digestive Health?

Posted by EHE Blogger

7/20/16 9:37 AM

Each year, millions of Americans are diagnosed with digestive disorders that can affect their quality of life. These disorders can cause individuals to experience various forms of discomfort on a routine basis. In order to achieve optimal health and well–being, one’s digestive health must not be overlooked. Develop habits today that will help to improve and maintain your body''s digestive health.
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Topics: preventive healthcare, physical fitness, DigestiveHealth, health, health benefits, improvement

Digestive Health: Fiber

Posted by EHE Blogger

8/20/15 11:16 AM

 

According to the Health Services department at Cornell University (Gannet), “The most immediate benefit of dietary fiber is its improvement of digestive function.” This article will examine fiber’s role in digestion with particular emphasis on how it affects the colon.
 
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Topics: Nutrition, Wellness, Health Consumer, Healthy Eating, preventive healthcare, healthy living, physical fitness, DigestiveHealth, Stomach

Digestive Health: Disorders

Posted by EHE Blogger

8/13/15 11:10 AM

 

When it comes to peace of mind, your gut is largely influential. In fact, a 2008 paper titled, “ Brain foods: the effects of nutrients on brain function,” goes into detail on how the nutrients of food impact the enzymes of the gut, which consequently interact with neurons in the brain. But even though food has a real affect on mood (and brain function for that matter), many Americans suffer from digestive disorders. The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) remarks that “60 to 70 million people are affected by all digestive diseases’—almost a quarter of the population.
 
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Topics: Nutrition, Wellness, Health Consumer, Healthy Eating, preventive healthcare, healthy living, physical fitness, DigestiveHealth, Stomach

Digestive Health

Posted by EHE Blogger

7/23/15 10:01 AM

 

In the “Maintaining Health” series it was established that what you put inside your body determines, more than any other component, the trajectory of your health. This series, titled “Digestive Health,” will help you discover how food and drink is broken down; why the kinds of food that you ingest affect your digestion and consequently your health; and what you can do to keep your digestive system in optimal working condition.
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Topics: Nutrition, Wellness, Health Consumer, Healthy Eating, preventive healthcare, healthy living, physical fitness, DigestiveHealth, Stomach

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