Lactose Intolerance

Lactose intolerance may occur as a result of, or along with, celiac disease. When your small intestine can’t tolerate the natural sugar (lactose) in milk and other dairy products, you have lactose intolerance. Because lactose intolerance is common in people...
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Got Magnesium?

Overlooked nutrient gives us stronger-bones and muscles and fights diabetes and other diseases, too. Magnesium rich foods: Spinach, especially cooked spinach Pumpkin seeds Nuts and nut buttes (especially Brazil nuts, almonds and cashews) Whole grains (such as quinoa, barley, oats...
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Noises In The Ear

Tinnitus is probably the most perplexing and upsetting affliction.  It is marked by continuous or intermittent high-pitched whistling, hissing, or ringing sounds in the ears, without an external noise source, and strikes about 50 million people in the U.S.. About...
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