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Rob Butler Builds Maestro Health To Orchestrate A Better Health Benefits

Rob Butler Builds Maestro Health To Orchestrate A Better Health Benefits
A Series of Forbes Insights Profiles of Thought Leaders Changing the Business Landscape: Rob Butler, Founder and CEO, Maestro Health. Rob Butler never planned to be an entrepreneur. Growing up near Peoria, Ill., Butler enjoyed a happy American …
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Mental health risks aren't equal among all gay, bisexual men
While gay and bisexual men are at higher risk for mental health issues than their straight counterparts, the risk is particularly high for young gay and bisexual men, a new study has found. On the other hand, high levels of education, income and living
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Benefits of Beer for a healthy Life | JournalReporter

Benefits of Beer for a healthy Life | JournalReporter
High Vitamin B. Dutch study says that beer contains a high percent of vitamin B, as beer increases vitamin B having more than 30% higher level of vitamin B6 and also a source of vitamin B12 which is very rarely in any of the food.
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10 things you should eat during periods to make life easier | Read Health
Vitamins: There are some vitamins that you can't do without during your periods. Foods rich in Vitamin B6 can help you in reducing symptoms like bloating and control mood swings. So eat lots of pista, broccoli, tomatoes, corn and other fortified
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100 ways to live to 100: tips for a longer, healthier life | Herald Sun
An Oxford University study found taking high doses of vitamin B12, B6 and B9, or folic acid, was associated with less brain shrinkage and better cognitive function in older people with memory problems. Vitamin B12 is credited for keeping your mind
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7 Foods That Can Help You Sleep Better at Night
Fish contains vitamin B6, an important component that can help improve sleep quality. According to Progressive Health, vitamin B6 helps synthesize melatonin, a hormone capable of preserving circadian rhythm. Rich fish sources of this vitamin are salmon
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Studies of health information exchanges yet to show strong evidence of benefits

Studies of health information exchanges yet to show strong evidence of benefits
Health information exchanges are supposed to improve the speed, quality, safety and cost of patient care, but there is little evidence of that in existing health information exchange benefit studies, according to a research paper published this month
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Health Information Exchange: Lessons From Libraries
Health information exchange: Congress has encouraged it, the business case is strong and the public assumes it is happening behind the scenes. But on the ground, medical staff fight this war with fax machines and frantic calls to medical record
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Powerful Weight Loss Benefits of Cinnamon and Other Natural Ingredients Revealed by Health Nutrition News {twittertitle}{linksharetitle}{shareasaletitle}

(PRWEB) December 04, 2013

In the new video from Health Nutrition News they cover the topic of powerful weight loss benefits received by including cinnamon and other natural ingredients into a diet. Not only will these ingredients help with weight loss but also will improve overall health. Unfortunately, the cinnamon found in most spice cabinets isn?t adequate but the video gives advice on where to get these effective natural ingredients.

The video introduces the viewer to Cinnamomum Cassia, a potent extract harvested from cinnamon bark, and how it differs from store bought cinnamon spices. Another natural ingredient detailed is a rare plant alkaloid called Berberine, which has been used for centuries in medicine by healers. Furthermore, Health Nutrition News introduces three other ingredients that all help with blood sugar management and insulin sensitivity. This is important because lower blood sugar levels equals lower body fat levels and greater health.

The video reveals that with the help of these five research backed ingredients, the body?s most critical carbohydrate and blood sugar-managing hormone, insulin, is working to help achieve weight loss goals. This results in the body?s improved ability to burn more fat, in less time, all while dramatically improving overall health.

A free copy of 4 tricks to never store carbs as fat is available for a limited time at http://healthnutritionnews.org/cinnamon-weight-loss. The PDF details all these ingredients and their weight loss benefits.







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Health Benefits Linked to Drinking Tea, from the September 2014 Harvard Men’s Health Watch

Boston, MA (PRWEB) September 05, 2014

Tea, especially green tea, is often said to be good for your health. Tea contains substances linked to a lower risk for heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. But keep tea’s healthy boost in perspective, says the September 2014 Harvard Men’s Health Watch.

“Tea consumption, especially green tea, may not be the magic bullet, but it can be incorporated in an overall healthy diet with whole grains, fish, fruits and vegetables, and less red and processed meat,” says Qi Sun, assistant professor in the Department of Nutrition at the Harvard School of Public Health.

The main health-promoting substances in tea are polyphenols, in particular catechins and epicatechins. Lab and animal studies say these molecules have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Harvard-led studies of large groups of people over time have found that tea or coffee drinkers are at lower risk for diabetes and possibly cardiovascular disease. Coffee also contains polyphenols.

Now here’s the key caveat: It remains unclear whether the tea itself is the cause of these benefits and, if so, how it works its magic. The studies attempt to rule out the possibility that tea drinkers simply live healthier lifestyles, but it’s difficult to be sure. That said, tea itself appears to have no harmful effects except for a case of the jitters if you drink too much caffeinated brew. It fits in perfectly well with a heart-healthy lifestyle.

One important warning: A cup of tea contains only a couple calories. Processed, sugar-sweetened tea beverages are loaded with extra calories. “If there are any health benefits to green tea consumption, it’s probably completely offset by adding sugar,” Sun says.

Read the full-length article: “Tea: A cup of good health?”

Also in the September 2014 issue of the Harvard Men’s Health Watch: