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Losing the Holiday Weight through Detox

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Losing the Holiday Weight through Detox

December is a month of festivities everyone cannot resist. However, all that eating and drinking could (more likely) lead you to gain excess carbs and fats. After all of this, you might feel a little heavier, bloated, or consistently tired. But this does not necessarily mean you have already gained weight. By doing a detox, you can alleviate the bloating and the "heavy" feeling. Here are some household ingredients you can use: Bentonite Clay (Get it here) When hydrated, bentonite clay can absorb up to six times its weight. It releases negative ions which then attract toxins and other harmful...

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Keeping Your Pet Healthy All Year Round

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Keeping Your Pet Healthy All Year Round

Veterinarians have sworn duties to keep our pets healthy and free from any kind of sickness. On the other hand, we, as pet owners, have some responsibilities as well--and it goes beyond feeding, bathing, and giving our four-legged pals a home to stay in.  Calorie Intake One of our responsibilities is to make sure our cat or dog is taking in the right amount of calorie every day. Animals that are consuming less than the required calorie intake are at risk of developing illnesses while overfed pets can suffer from osteoarthritis, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart or kidney disease, cancer, and a...

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Guilt-Free Banana Marble Bread

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Guilt-Free Banana Marble Bread

Living healthy does not mean you'll skip desserts for the rest of your life. If you love cupcakes, go ahead and bake them! The beauty of homemade desserts is you get to choose what goes into the recipe. Instead of using an artificial sweetener, you may opt for honey and brown rice flour in substitute for white flour.  This coming New Year, delight your family with a guilt-free banana marbled bread! This recipe will put those ripe bananas to good use! Here are the ingredients you need: Flour Chopped Dark Chocolates Medium Bananas Honey Canola Oil Eggs Baking Powder Baking Soda Kosher...

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Natural Remedies for Dog Allergies

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Natural Remedies for Dog Allergies

Treating seasonal dog allergies does not require a visit to the vet. Sometimes, what you need has been around your house for years--and you are not even aware of it. Here are some natural remedies that might help alleviate your pup's symptoms: Sprouted Seeds The gut is a major part of your dog's immune system. So maintaining the gut is one way to prevent allergies. Do this by adding sprouted seeds to your little one's meal.  These seeds contain enzymes and vitamins that support the gut. Keep in mind that a healthy gut is equal to a strong immune system! Nettles...

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Clay Diet for Healthier Pets

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Clay Diet for Healthier Pets

Owning a pet is a big responsibility. Just like us, pets also need to bathe, exercise, and eat a well-balanced diet to remain healthy. They also need a regular check-up for vaccines and early detection of underlying illnesses.  Raising a healthy and happy pet requires a combination of TLC (tender, loving, and care). One of the key factors to keeping our furry friends healthy is through their diet. Domesticated pets rely solely on the nutrients they get from their food, so giving them a nutritious food is of paramount importance.  Supplementing your pets with calcium bentonite clay eases their body's detoxification...

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