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Why Men Die Before Women – 6 Health Concerns & the Advice That Could Save Your Life

Send to Kindle The facts don’t lie. Men die earlier than women. But we’re not just talking about old age… Studies show male infants die more often than females. Little boys have a higher death and injury rate than little girls. The same goes for teens and males of any age group. Some experts say […]

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Win a Nutty Prize Package When You Take Our Health Nut Quiz

Send to Kindle There’s a lot to know about natural health, and there’s always more to learn. Trying to keep up with all of the new research and health news can drive you a little nutty! Here at Natural Healthy Concepts, we’re always learning something new and we’re nuts about sharing that information with you. For a […]

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7 Natural Ways to Get Help With Hemorrhoids

Send to Kindle Hemorrhoids might be embarrassing to discuss for many people, but it’s actually one of the most common ailments affecting at least half of the population by age 50. Besides, we all have them. It’s just a matter of whether yours ever get swollen and cause you grief. Hemorrhoids are a normal part […]

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Natural Healthy Concepts Took the Lyme Disease Challenge – Now You Should Too!

Send to Kindle There’s a new internet challenge going around that’s raising awareness for a serious illness and raising money for a worthy cause. It’s called the Lyme Disease Challenge. People all over the nation and the world are “Taking a Bite Out of Lyme.” That includes the team here at Natural Healthy Concepts. The […]

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6 Meatless Recipes to Try During March Madness

Send to Kindle Football fever may have died down after the Super Bowl, but March Madness is now in full swing – and that means it’s back to gathering with friends to watch the game and indulge in a lot of unhealthy – but surely delicious – foods. If you’ve created a bracket and entered […]

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Vitamin D, the Powerful “Sunshine” Nutrient

Send to Kindle Most of us are familiar with the basic benefits of vitamin D, such as healthy bones and good overall health. But vitamin D also helps with some processes of the body, including muscle function, the respiratory system, cardiovascular function, brain development and the immune system. What’s more exciting is that scientists are […]

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Do You Know Your Cardiac Risk Factor?

Send to Kindle Do you know the important risk factors for cardiovascular disease, and what you can do about them? While there are a few that you can’t do anything about like your age or gender, there are several factors that are modifiable by making healthy choices and managing health conditions. And don’t let the […]

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Vegetarians & Vegans: Who they are and how to become one

Send to Kindle Human herbivores are enigmas. Vegetarians. Vegans. We’re all crazy. Seriously, what kind of person wouldn’t want to eat bacon on everything possible? We come in two categories: 1)hippies who don’t shower and are essentially the Amish but instead of working hard, we smoke homegrown weed, or 2) entitled snobs with huge egos […]

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Supplements that Could Help Smokers Quit Cigarettes

Send to Kindle As we get closer to the end of the year, many of us will be thinking about resolutions. Personal goals regarding our health and wellness are by far the most common. And sure to be on the top of many New Year’s resolution lists will be quitting smoking. It’s a good promise […]

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It’s a Lyme Life: Living with Lyme Disease

Send to Kindle  As a Lyme survivor myself, I was very grateful to Lisa for sharing her family’s struggles with Lyme disease. People all over the world are being told they have every chronic health condition but the one they really have – Lyme disease. They’re told they’re mentally ill, have ALS, Lupus, and a […]

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