Health feed - News BreaK Thursday, August 25, 2022 3:25 PM
The wife of a northern California congressman died last year after ingesting an herbal remedy often used to treat health issues including diabetes, high cholesterol and obesity.
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Skarlatos, DeRemer, and Erickson support McCarthy's extreme MAGA agenda Today, Oregonians are waking up to images of Alek Skarlatos , Lori Chavez-DeRemer , and Mike Erickson...
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WASHINGTON - Years before he came to the Senate, Raphael Warnock spent time bedside with Georgia residents suffering from the long-term effects of diabetes, a condition made...
Health feed - News BreaK Thursday, August 25, 2022 3:05 PM
The death of a California congressman's wife has been attributed to a plant. Lori McClintock, the wife of US Rep. Tom McClintock, died in December 2021, after the Republican...
Health feed - News BreaK Thursday, August 25, 2022 2:47 PM
Health - I'm a UPS driver who's gone to the ER because our trucks have no A/C and can reach 130 degrees. It feels like the company doesn't really care
A United Parcel Service truck delivers boxes in Manhattan on April 26, 2022, in New York City. Spencer Platt/Getty Images Many UPS drivers are working in sweltering conditions...
Health feed - News BreaK Thursday, August 25, 2022 2:39 PM
A county release said Wake County has two confirmed cases of monkeypox in women.
Health feed - News BreaK Thursday, August 25, 2022 2:33 PM
Back in March, people 50 and over-and younger people with weakened immune systems-became eligible to receive a second booster shot. If you got your second booster recently, can...
Health feed - News BreaK Thursday, August 25, 2022 2:05 PM
As it turns out, shedding a few tears at the office won't ruin your rep.
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The World Health Organization chief made a passionate appeal for his embattled home region of Tigray in Ethiopia on Thursday, saying he has relatives he cannot communicate with...
Health feed - News BreaK Thursday, August 25, 2022 1:21 PM
Monkeypox on Campus: The University of Delaware is working with the state's Division of Public Health to notify those who may have had close contact.
WebMD Health Thursday, August 25, 2022 3:08 PM
This fast-spreading invasive species damages crops and must be wiped out, agricultural sources say.
WebMD Health Thursday, August 25, 2022 12:53 PM
Lori McClintock, the wife of U.S. Rep. Tom McClintock of California, died after ingesting white mulberry leaf, according to the Sacramento County coroner. The plant is generally considered safe and is used in herbal remedies that claim to lower blood sugar, boost weight loss, and combat high cholesterol. Her death highlights the potential dangers of dietary supplements.
Mark's Daily Apple Thursday, August 25, 2022 12:31 PM
Hey folks, Board-Certified Health Coach Erin Power is here to answer your questions about Primal eating and how to make it easier! If you're wondering how to eat healthier without the struggle, we've got strategies, tips, and backup! Have a question you'd like to ask our health coaches? Leave it below in the comments or over in the Mark's Daily Apple Facebook group. Roberta asked: "Eating this way is such a struggle! I try to eat like you say but sometimes food is the only thing that brings me joy. What happened to 'everything in moderation'? Also, I'm 67 and don't like bringing attention to my weird diet around friends or family. I have high cholesterol and want to lose weight. Why can't this be easier?!" Before I dive in with answers, I want to take a moment to recognize that you're here, showing up, asking important questions, and seeking to understand your health and eating patterns. At any age, that's already a win. But I have special appreciation for folks who are in their fifties, sixties, and beyond and who never stop asking what shifts or changes might help them to feel better and thrive. For many people, there is a strong pull to "do what they've always done"—even if it's not working—to get them where they want to be. This pull gets stronger the longer they've been doing it. Good for you for being open to something different. It's not easy. Oh, and by the way, your brain is wired to be wary of change; so it's almost not even your "fault" that you're feeling a certain kind of way about a whole new diet. Now, just for clarification, when you write "I try to eat like you say," I'm assuming that you mean in accordance with Primal guidelines. Even within Primal guidelines, an eating plan can look all kinds of ways. Essentially, we're talking about real, whole food as close to its natural state as possible, including high-quality protein, healthy fats, veggies, fruits, nuts and seeds, high-quality dairy, and occasional indulgences such as dark chocolate or other Primal treats. Despite the rigid-seeming nature of that list of food choices, there is tons of nuance. Options and variations within these parameters are practically endless. For instance: for people who are sensitive to nuts and seeds or dairy; for those who avoid eating some or all animal products; and for those who aren't in a socio-economic position to acquire the perfect grass-fed, grass-finished beef, there are still countless ways to craft delicious, nutritious meals. What I'm getting at here is twofold: 1. There's not "one way" to eat healthy or to follow a Primal diet. 2. You still can (and should) find joy and deliciousness with a Primal way of eating. But…there is a caveat. Everything in Moderation Might Equal Health in Moderation Everyone's version of "everything in moderation" looks different, but many of my clients come to me after their version of it decidedly did not get them … Continue reading "Ask a Health Coach: Why Is This So Hard? What Happened to Everything in Moderation?"
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