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6 Ways to Eat More Turmeric

By Isabella Sorresso Turmeric, the yellow spice that has been used to make curry for ages, has a surprising amount of health benefits making it the hottest new superfood to add into your diet. Because it contains curcumin, a compound with antioxidant properties, it has been known to help with health conditions such as arthritis, [...]

Are Sleep Aids Safe?

By Isabella Sorresso If you have ever had sleepless nights, then you probably already know about sleep aids. If you are blessed with being able to get a full eight hours every night, we’ll fill you in. Sleep aids are over-the-counter solutions to catching some zzz's. According to the Mayo Clinic, some of the most [...]

Corn: Healthy or Not?

By Isabella Sorresso Over the years there has been much speculation as to whether or not corn is good for you. Today we are setting the record straight. Corn is a whole grain, meaning that what you are eating is the seed of the corn plant. According to the Whole Grains Council, “sweet corn” is [...]

The Daily Grind

By Elayza Gonzalez Do you ever wake up with a tight and sore jaw or even a headache? These aches and pains could be a sign of bruxism, or more commonly known as teeth grinding. According to the National Sleep Foundation, teeth grinding is when you move your teeth back and forth in your sleep, [...]

The Pros and Cons of Soy

By Elayza Gonzalez Soy is a high-protein and nutritional food source derived from soybeans. According to Livestrong.com, the legume is cholesterol-free and low in fat, plus it can be used as a replacement for animal-based proteins and is found in a number of foods, including edamame, tempeh, tofu, soy milk, soy flour and meat substitutes. [...]