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Cholesterol the biggest worry – The Star Online

The Star OnlineKUALA LUMPUR: Cholesterol was a common worry among the attendees of FitForLife KL 2017, the nation’s largest health and wellness fair. With Malaysia’s obesity and diabetes rates said to be among the highest in the Asean … Change the way you cook fish …

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Why Mexican immigrants are healthier than their US-born peers – The Conversation UK

The Conversation UKThis is particularly problematic as these migrants often live in makeshift housing, with limited facilities for cooking or making herbal remedies. For these and other reasons (such as pesticide exposure), Mexican migrant farm workers have worse health … and more

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7 Kitchen Internet of Things Products You Never Thought You Would Need – What a Hoot! – Huffington Post

Huffington PostBut for now, with Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and outdoor cooking all looming, one of these devices, found by roaming the aisles of the famed housewares show in Chicago, may speak to you. They all use your phone to control their features and … the app …

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The 6 Best Bath Bomb Recipes for Every Mood – Reader’s Digest

Reader’s DigestFor even more of a treat, add extra Epson salt to your bath before you hop in. The magnesium sulfate works as a natural muscle relaxant, pulling fluid out of the muscles and reducing swelling. Don’t miss these home remedies for aches and pains. and more

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Often Bloated? You Need To Start Cooking With These 5 Ingredients – Sporteluxe

SporteluxeBut this is actually not the case. In fact, you may already have the antidote in your kitchen pantry! For many centuries, naturopaths have been using herbal remedies to aid digestion. Not only can the regular … If you’re interested in learning more …

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Coconut oil used for more than healthy cooking – Universe.byu.edu

Universe.byu.eduCoconut oil is also a popular ingredient to use for at-home beauty treatments and remedies. BYU business student Karena Foust said she uses coconut oil to help keep her curly hair healthy. “It helps with split ends and keeping it nice, especially …

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Protect yourself from hay fever naturally with fruits and vegetables – Daily Sabah

Daily SabahIt is a member of the cruciferous family just like broccoli and can be used in cooking after being boiled, while the water from kale can also be consumed for health benefits, despite tasting a bit bitter. Kale is a remedy for a multitude of symptoms …

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Home-cooked meals more likely to be cheaper and healthier: Study – Bel Marra Health

Bel Marra Healthhome cooked meals more likely to be cheaper and healthier People who cook at home more often are likely to eat a healthier diet and spend less money on food, according to a study published by the University of Washington School of Public Health.

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