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Low-Carb Holiday Drinks You’ll Love

In All Health Watch, General Health

The holiday season is all about eating, drinking, and being merry. But if you struggle with weight issues, you know what the drill is… 

You have to use your willpower to keep carbs to a minimum. And during the holidays, many of us consume a lot of carbohydrates through alcoholic drinks. 

But there are low-carb drink choices that are delicious and festive.Read More

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The “Bad” Habit That Helps You Live Past 90

In All Health Watch, Anti-Aging, Diet and Nutrition, Longevity

If you enjoy a couple drinks at the end of your day, here’s good news… 

A major long-term study has found that drinking two beers or glasses of wine daily increases longevity. 

Researchers from the University of California have been closely following the health of over 1,600 elderly people since 2003. It’s part of a research effort known as the “90+ Study.”Read More

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One Supplement Reduces Hangover Symptoms

In All Health Watch, Featured Article, Liver Health

Most of us are thrilled to say goodbye to 2020. Perhaps that’s why you celebrated with more enthusiasm than usual on New Year’s Eve.

And today you’re paying the price.

New research may be able to help. It found that one supplement eases hangover symptoms.[1]

The study was published in the Oxford Academic Journal of Alcohol and Alcoholism.

Researchers in Finland divided male subjects into two groups.… Read More

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A New Year’s Toast May Help Ward Off Dementia

In All Health Watch, Cognitive Health, Dementia, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article

Scientists call it the “Goldilocks Zone.”

It’s when too little of something is bad for you and so is too much…but a moderate amount is “just right.”

A major new study shows that’s the case with alcohol and Alzheimer’s disease.

Previous research has come to conflicting conclusions about how much you should drink for optimal brain health.

Scientists at the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research set out to settle the question.… Read More