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Heart Healthy Salmon & Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Salmon health benefits range from strengthening your muscles and heart to reducing your chances of developing some diseases. Studies have shown that consumption of the fatty acid rich salmon can help you live longer and be healthier for your heart while you do it. If you’re worried about heart disease, eating one to two servings of […]

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Love Keeps Your Heart Healthy

Love can fight disease, boost immunity, and lower stress. Happy Valentines Day! Did you know that love is good for your heart? To give and receive love is one of life’s greatest gifts. Expressing love is not only good for your own heart; it’s healthy for those around you too. So, pay it forward . […]

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Sugary Drinks May Break Your Heart

Why Sugar Harms the Heart Sugary drinks have all the same ill effects on the heart as highly refined and processed carbohydrates. Research also shows that your body does not compute the calories you ingest in liquid form in the same way as it does the calories you take in from solid foods. So if […]

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Is Your ‘Olive Oil’ Really Olive Oil?

This article from “organicauthority.com”, written by Jessica Reeder, is full of great information.  Please read so you can buy the best oil for your health and your family’s health! ~ Denise ♥ Think your olive oil is pure, organic and unadulterated? Think again. Olive oil fraud is making the headlines after new research discovered that […]

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A Valentine To Our Readers For HEART Health Month

  Welcome February – the HEART month!  It’s Heart Health month and what more appropriate month to contain Valentine’s Day!? Because it is Heart month, I wanted to write a quick note in dedication to the dear readers of Naturally Nourishing. I want to tell you how much I love you.  To get to the […]

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7 Health Benefits of Raw Organic Cashews

As with all foods, these are to be used as a small snack or treat.  When a food has good nutrients it’s important not to overdo….more is not better. 1. Cancer Prevention Cashews are ripe with proanthocyanidins, a class of flavanols that actually starve tumors and stop cancer cells from dividing. Studies have also shown […]

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The Beautiful Blueberry

The health benefits of blueberries are even bigger that you might know.  They’re low in fat, have just 80 calories per cup, and scientific studies show they contain substances with antioxidant properties.  Blueberries are high in Vit. C, which promotes a healthy immune system, and manganese which plays an important role in bone development.  They’re […]

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