Women’s Health

Women's Health

Coconut Oil – the ‘New’ Heart-Healthy Cooking Oil

Coconut Oil – the ‘New’ Heart-Healthy Cooking Oil

For women concerned with health, coconut oil is high in saturated fat, yet it is ‘good’ for you. How can this be?   In the U.S., heart disease is the number one killer for women over fifty. In addition to this alarming fact, it was recently announced that the number [...]

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Women's Health

WOMEN’S HEALTH: Why All the Buzz About Bee Pollen?

WOMEN’S HEALTH: Why All the Buzz About Bee Pollen?

Bee pollen is an ancient superfood with numerous benefits for women’s health, including sexual health improvement. Who isn’t interested in staying energetic, sexy and powerful? The attention we have on maintaining our ‘youthful energy’ and strength is nothing new. The search for and use of special supplements as aids in [...]

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Women's Health

WOMEN’S HEALTH: Is Coffee Really That Bad for You?

WOMEN’S HEALTH: Is Coffee Really That Bad for You?

By maintaining a steady intake of certain vitamins and minerals, you can safely wake up, smell the coffee, and drink it too! In the past, coffee has been associated with all kinds of health conditions, from heart disease to birth defects, even miscarriage. Current research, however, shows that coffee is [...]

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Women's Health

WOMEN’S HEALTH: Protecting Your Eyes as You Age

WOMEN’S HEALTH: Protecting Your Eyes as You Age

April is Women’s Eye Health Month! The menopausal woman is at a higher risk for developing ‘dry eye’ syndrome. Omega 3 essential fatty acids and other supplements can help prevent this condition. ‘Dry eye’ syndrome is when your eyes chronically fail to make enough tears to keep them adequately lubricated, [...]

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Health Tips

How to Keep Your Heart Healthy and Avoid Heart Attacks

How to Keep Your Heart Healthy and Avoid Heart Attacks

Understanding what makes a heart-healthy lifestyle can extend longevity as well as improve general health and wellness. Statistically, the single most common cause of death in America is a heart attack, but heart disease is preventable. Lifestyle choices can significantly impact death rates more than any medication. Heart health is [...]

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