Heart-Healthy Soups


Heart-Healthy SoupsHeart Health Month may be nearing an end but we’re still full of heart-healthy ideas! Today we’re exploring a wintertime favorite: soup. From veggies to protein, heart-healthy soups are definitely in season. Check out our ideas for the best heart-healthy soups:

Beans: Beans are an awesome way to make “hearty” soup. Beans are a terrific source of minerals, fiber and protein, each of which will keep you satiated and work hard for your body for hours beyond mealtime. And this phyto-nutrient doesn’t have saturated fats like animal proteins. Plus, beans are linked to lower cholesterol levels and reduced risk of heart disease. There are many varieties of beans that contribute to many different soups ranging from chili to veggies stews. You can also puree beans to make a thicker soup stock or cream base.

Lentils: These small but powerful legumes are chock full of heart health benefits. They are known to lower cholesterol due to their high fiber content. They also contain lots of folate and magnesium that supports healthy blood flow to keep oxygen and nutrients circulating in the body. Lentils are easy to cook and their nutty flavor pairs nicely in nearly any soup.

Leeks: This food may not be on your regular grocery list but it should if you’re hoping to improve your heart health. Leeks contain both polyphenols and kaempferol which help protect blood vessels that are essential to the normal flow of blood to and from the heart and throughout the body. Additionally, leeks have a healthy dose of folate that also has cardio-protective properties. Add chunked leeks to any soup or puree it for a creamier option.

Tomatoes:  These juicy red fruits contain fabulous antioxidants like Vitamin A and C, beta-carotene, folate and lycopene. Studies show that tomatoes lower bad LDL cholesterol levels, plaque buildup in arteries, blood pressure and inflammation that can lead to heart disease. Tomatoes are a great addition to soups, stews and chili, or try a tomato-base soup spiced to your individual taste.

Chicken:  Among animal protein sources, chicken is certainly one of the best because it is naturally low in fat. Chicken is a wonderful way to make a hearty soup without using fattier and cholesterol-laden red meat. Also, a chicken bone broth is full of nutrients including vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. It helps reduce inflammation that con lead to cardiovascular problems.

Vegetables:  There are countless vegetables that support heart (and whole body) health. From green leafy cruciferous vegetables like kale, spinach and cabbage, to brightly colored veggies such as peppers, sweet potatoes and squash, they are all packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other phyto-nutrients that are fantastic for the heart. It’s important to include a range of vegetables in your diet to ensure you are getting the diverse nutrients plants have to offer.

Miso: Miso, which comes from soybeans, contains isoflavones that make it a proven way to lower cholesterol. In fact, it is often a natural alternative to prescription cholesterol medications. You may know miso as a Japanese-style soup with seaweed and tofu. You can also create other soups using a miso broth as a base for heart health.

Wishing you warmth and heart health this season and always!


Sources: American Heart Association, Active, Eating Well, Everyday Health, The World’s Healthiest Foods, Mind Body Green and Miso Recipes

Healthy Red Fruits and Vegetables

Healthy Red Fruits and VegetablesDuring Heart Health Month we’re sharing many ways to improve your cardiovascular and overall health for longevity and vitality. Today we’re focusing on the color of the month: RED! Here are the healthiest red fruits and vegetables to keep your heart and entire body in tip top shape:

Healthy Red Fruits

Cherries: The combo of fiber, Vitamin C and potassium help lower blood pressure for a healthier cardiovascular system. Dried cherries are a great option when fresh cherries aren’t in season.

Tomatoes: Red tomatoes contain the essential nutrients lycopene, potassium and Vitamin C. Don’t forget: you can reap many of these benefits from tomato products including pasta sauce, salsa and tomato-based soups. Tip: lycopene is better absorbed when cooked with oil.

Pomegranates: Pomegranates help reduce the buildup of plaque in arteries therefore decreasing risk of heart attack and stroke. They are also a powerful cancer-fighting fruit due to the antioxidant power of polyphenols.

Strawberries: Rich in Vitamin C and folate, strawberries are super for heart health. They are also great for pregnant women because folic acid is associated with fewer birth defects in babies.

Grapefruit: Not only does this citrus fruit pack in the Vitamin C, it also contains lycopene and pectin that may lower cholesterol.

Watermelon: This sweet fruit is a great source of extra hydration as well as fiber and lycopene that can reduce risk of heart disease, stroke and blood vessel disorders. It is good for the eyes too.

Cranberries: Thanks to their proanthycyanindin content tart cranberries are known to prevent bacteria from sticking to the stomach and urinary tract before they can cause infections. They may also reduce cancer cells.

Healthy Red Vegetables

Beets: These red root veggies have one of the highest concentrations of antioxidants in any raw vegetable. They are known to improve blood pressure, circulation and athletic endurance.

Red Onions: Onions contain sulfurs that can balance cholesterol, boost the immune system and reduce risk of cancer and heart disease.

Peppers: Chili peppers contain a variety of vitamins and minerals as well as capsaicin that helps combat cancer. Red bell peppers are jam-packed with antioxidants like Vitamin A, C and E.

Cabbage: As one of the few non-green cruciferous vegetables, red cabbage (as well as purple varieties) contains the rare supercharged antioxidant anthocyanins that support the heart and brain.

Radishes: Small but mighty, peppery radishes pack a powerful punch of vitamins and minerals. Plus they have a lot of fiber to keep you satisfied for longer.

Sources: Healthline, WebMD and EatingWell

The Best Teas for Heart Health

The Best Teas for Heart HealthSometimes sipping is the best path to heart health. That’s certainly the case with certain types of tea. With a wealth of plant-based nutrients, teas are a superb healthy beverage choice. Today we’re taking a look at the best teas for heart health as we continue to support Heart Health Month in February.

The tea trend for heart health is grounded in nutrition. Teas contain many nutrients including antioxidants. Different types of teas boast different nutritional content and have differing health benefits. Most teas, however, contain catechins, epicatechins and flavonoids that make them powerful sources of health and wellness.

Superfood Teas for Heart Health

Green, black and white teas are three of the most popular superfood teas for heart health. They come from the same plant, the Camellia sinesis, but are processed differently. Green tea is steamed with the plant leaves while Black tea is crushed and fermented. White tea is completely uncured. The different methods of processing these teas affect their flavor, caffeine levels and flavonoids antioxidant content. But all three have shown tremendous health benefits, including reducing cholesterol levels, reducing plague buildup in arteries, improving vascular reactivity and circulation, and reducing risk of heart attack and stroke.

Herbal Teas for Heart Health

Herbal teas are those that come from herbs, spices and other plant leaves. There are many types of herbal teas but the ones that are best for heart health include Chamomile, Moringa, Rooibos, Oolong, Graviola, Ashwagandha, Hibiscus and Ginseng teas. Their benefits range from lowering blood pressure levels and thinning blood, to reducing plaque buildup and inflammation that contributes to heart disease.

Drinking Tea for Heart Health

Another component of drinking tea is good for your heart and that’s the mere act of it. Slowly sipping on a warm beverage relaxes the body. This helps reduce stress, which is a major factor that contributes to cardiovascular problems. The act of drinking tea, along with the nutrients in the tea itself, is a winning combo for heart health!

Cheers to enjoying the best teas for heart health!

Sources: WebMD, Everyday Health and Harvard Medical School

Let’s Get Sexy: 8 Tips to Boost your Self-Confidence

Let’s Get Sexy: 8 Tips to Boost your Self-Confidence

Feeling great about yourself shouldn’t just be a thing you do around Valentine’s Day to spice up your love life. Focusing on the most positive you should be a year-round goal. These aspects of yourself can easily get lost in the tasks and responsibilities of everyday life. We’re here to show you how to boost your self-confidence and feel sexier now and forever more.

Tip #1: Wear Sexy Bras

Self-confidence comes from within, that’s true. But starting from underneath can help too. Wear your sexier bras more often, especially on days when you need a secret weapon to feel your best. A sexy bra makes you stand a little taller and literally gives you the lift you need to be more confident.

Tip #2: Accentuate the Positive

We can all find things we don’t like about ourselves but make an effort to focus on what you do like. Pick out your best features to embellish. Perhaps you have beautiful big eyes or luscious lips that you can accentuate with makeup. Or maybe your hair or skin are your brightest features. Make them work to your advantage to feel amazing about yourself.

Tip #3: Have a Mantra

Whenever you feel you need to boost your self-confidence, say your own personal mantra. It can be as simple as “you got this” or a line from a movie or poem you love. Your mantra can even be something you learned as a child. Whatever lifts your spirits will do the trick.

Tip #4: Move More

Get your blood pumping with movement. Your blood delivers nutrients and oxygen throughout your body, which can elevate your mood, help you think better and motivate you. Sedentary lifestyles are terrible for your health, in part because the zap your energy and impair your emotional state. Move your way into self-assurance.

Tip #5: Wear High Heels

Like a sexy bra, high heels raise your self-confidence to new heights. They also lift your bottom, elongate your legs and lengthen your overall look. This slight change in your appearance can make you feel sexier. So go ahead, have a shoe fetish in the name of self love!

Tip #6: Smile

It’s simple but true – those who smile more are happier. Even if you have to fake the smile, eventually it will make you feel happy. Smiling is a big way to boost your self-confidence.

Tip #7: Listen to Music

There’s nothing like some great music to make you feel awesome! Singing and dancing to the music help a lot too. When you need to add positivity to your day, put on your favorite tunes for 30 minutes and you’ll come out brighter and more upbeat on the other side.

Tip #8: Pamper Yourself

When all else fails, go do something that you love. That may be a spa treatment or a fresh haircut; buying a new bike or gardening tools; or splurging on a new outfit or handbag. While “stuff” shouldn’t be the source of your confidence, sometimes it can give you a little nudge in the right direction.

We hope these ideas boost your self-confidence and help you feel sexier this Valentine’s Day, next Valentine’s Day and every day in-between!

New Dreamy Comfort Full Figure Bras

New Dreamy Comfort Full Figure Bras

It’s almost Valentine’s Day and we’re celebrating with lots and lots of lace! If ever a holiday called for lace, it’s certainly Valentine’s Day. That’s why we’re thrilled to introduce two new sexy full figure bras into our collection just in time for the season of love. These Dreamy Comfort bras prove that your sexiest full figure bras can be your most comfortable too.

We have been designing bras for decades and you could say we know the necessities of full figure women “intimately.” Support and comfort are essential for large breasts or large band sizes with smaller cups. Whether you are looking for extreme support or a hard-to-fit size, we’ve got you covered. With our Dreamy Comfort bras, you’re not just wearing a bra, you’re strutting a bra. On Valentine’s Day, and any other day you need a lift, that’s another crucial feature in your full figure bras.

Our Dreamy Comfort full figure bras include two new styles: the Dreamy Comfort Wireless Lace Soft Cup Full Figure Bra and the Dreamy Comfort Wireless Lace Half Cup Full Figure Bra. Both of these stunning bras are made to embrace your curves for a natural, comfortable fit. The secure comfort band and side support wings and boning ensure your breasts are supported from every angle. The cups are rounded to impeccably contour your breasts and an inner sling offers extra internal support. Plus, back smoothing panels keeps your shape looking feminine and sleek and the lightly padded no-slip straps will help lift your breasts without burdening your shoulders.

With all of that support and comfort, it’s hard to imagine our Dreamy Comfort bras could get any better…but they do. The smooth fabric is silky smooth to the touch for a sensual sensation. Our premium lace is soft and elegant covering either the full cup or half cup depending on your preferred style.

If you’re on the fence about lace because you think it may be itchy or lack support, we’re here to let you know that our Dreamy Comfort bras are soft and comfortable with every support feature you could desire in your full figure bras. Adding a few lace bras to your intimates drawer helps keep the romance alive and gives you a boost of self-confidence on the days you need it most.

Treat yourself or that special someone in your life with the gift of lots and lots of lace on Valentine’s Day! This week you can enter to win one of our Dreamy Comfort full figure bras on our Facebook page!

Happy Valentine’s Day, Leading Ladies!

Nutrition that Supports Heart Health

Nutrition that Supports Heart HealthWe’re celebrating Heart Health Month in February because healthy hearts matter. Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death among women and men in the U.S. and it is estimated that 17 million people worldwide die of it every year. While some risk factors are genetic, heart disease is considered a lifestyle disease because certain actions and habits contribute to higher risk such as poor diet, lack of exercise and smoking. Today we’re taking a look at nutrition that supports heart health so you can eat your way to a healthier heart!

CoQ10 or Coenzyme 10*: This powerful antioxidant helps protect the mitochondrial epicenter of cells and stabilizes blood pressure and cholesterol levels within a normal range. CoQ10 even assists people who already have congestive heart failure by improving heart health. It is found in beef, some fish and vegetables including spinach, broccoli and cauliflower.

Selenium*:  It’s technically a mineral but it acts as a coenzyme as well to detect and quash free radicals that threaten the integrity of cells. Selenium is naturally found in meats, some fish and some nuts.

*Interestingly, a recent study shows that the combination of CoQ10 and selenium supplements may reduce risk of heart disease by 50%

Vitamin C: This vitamin is a tremendous antioxidant that helps prevent oxidative stress on cells. Vitamin C overpowers C-reactive proteins in the bloodstream, which are an inflammatory indication of heart disease. Vitamin C can also help prevent plaque build-up in the arteries. Citrus fruits are jam-packed with Vitamin C as well as many other fruits and vegetables.

Magnesium: The heart is both an organ and a muscle. Magnesium is vital to proper muscle function to keep the heart pumping properly and to balance other nutrient levels in the body. Magnesium is prevalent in leafy green vegetables, dried fruit, nuts, seeds and more.

Omega-3 Fatty Acids: The hype about Omega-3 fatty acids is all true. It helps reduce inflammation, which keeps blood flowing smoothly around the body. It also supports lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Salmon has both EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids, while other sources like flax contain ALA that must be converted by the body into EPA and DHA.

Folate: Folate helps produce the amino acid homocysteine that reduces risk of cardiovascular disease, heart attack and stroke. It is most commonly found in dark green leafy vegetables like kale, spinach, Swiss chard and other types of lettuces.

Polyphenols: These magnificent antioxidants support nitric oxide that help blood vessels contract and relax to pump blood. Polyphenols are also associated with higher levels of HDL, the good type of cholesterol. They are found in berries.

Monounsaturated Fats: Not all fats are the same. Monounsaturated fats are good fats like those in avocados, nuts and certain vegetable oils. They can help reduce bad LDL cholesterol levels and increase good HDL cholesterol levels.

Hearth health is a serious matter. Because it is a lifestyle disease, you have much control over how to prevent cardiovascular disease. Nutrition is one important step to reducing your risk of this leading cause of death. We wish you much heart health in 2017!

Sources: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, One Green Planet, NIUME, Natural Health 365, Healthaliciousness and Mind Body Green

Valentine’s Day: What your Favorite Chocolate Says about You

Valentine’s Day: What your Favorite Chocolate Says about YouValentine’s Day is in just over two weeks and we’re getting pumped for the season of love…and chocolate! Chocolates of every kind are on the menu for Valentine’s Day but did you know your favorite flavor may be a window into your personality? We’re examining what your favorite chocolate says about you.

Milk Chocolate Lover

You’re a real classic and enjoy the simple things in life. You’re easy-going, people-pleasing and down-to-earth. You like the security and comfort of a long-term relationship. You go with the flow so let that milk chocolate flow this Valentine’s Day

Dark Chocolate Lover

You are sophisticated with a palate for the finer things in life. You are opinionated and have a strong personality, sometimes with a flair for the dramatic. But it all comes from a place of love. You are romantic and health conscious too, a great match for Valentine’s Day.

Nut Chocolate Lover

With the traditional nut in the center, you are old-fashioned in many ways. Perhaps you wish you lived in a different era so sometimes you judge others harshly. You have a close group of friends and are dependable. You are very straightforward and enjoy your routine. Get nutty this V-Day for your favorite chocolate.

Fruit Chocolate Lover

You are filled to the brim with sweetness. You love talking to others, especially friends, and you are an open book. You try to see the good in everyone. Enjoy your sweet indulgence this Valentine’s Day and let the good times roll.

White Chocolate Lover

You’re a bit of a rebel because white chocolate isn’t actually chocolate at all. You may be introverted and like spending time with small groups or just your partner. Chances are you are creative and independent. So keep dreaming about that delicious white chocolate.

Caramel Chocolate Lover

You are happy-go-lucky with lots of energy that radiates and magnetizes others towards you. You can be impulsive, bold and courageous and you’re not lacking in self-esteem. Plus you’ve got smooth moves when it comes to love. Bite into that creamy caramel chocolate and satisfy your Valentine’s cravings.

Other Flavor Chocolate Lover

You may be dubbed quirky but you’re OK with that and all of the other outrageous decisions you make. You march to your own beat and find happiness in hidden places. Independence brings you joy. So go on, fill your chocolate with wacky flavors this Valentine’s Day.

Sources: AOL, Thought Catalog, and Spoon University

The Healing Power of Music

The Healing Power of MusicDo you ever feel better after listening to music? That uplifted or relaxed feeling may be a footnote for you but it has huge potential in the world of health and wellness. Today we’re exploring the healing power of music.

Music has been used for therapeutic purposes for centuries and now science is considering how it can supplement and sometimes replace more traditional healing methods in many significant areas in the medical field. According to research, music can be energizing enough to stimulate weight loss and reduce risk of heart conditions, and it can be calming enough to improve sleep and psychiatric conditions. The healing power of music has a lot of potential!

On a physical level, music has shown amazing benefits for the body. Music naturally slows the heart rate, lowers blood pressure and may reduce cholesterol levels, all of which is good for the cardiovascular system and can combat the effect of stress on the body. Within a matter of minutes, music can reduce pain in people suffering from chronic conditions. Additionally music can calm the gastrointestinal system for easier digestion. And music can even boost the immune system and the metabolism to help keep body defenses in check and to support weight loss and recovery after workouts.

Mentally and emotionally, music can be a major uplifting factor as well. One study showed that the brain syncs to the beat of music, which can help calm the body as if it were entering a meditative state. That’s why the right music helps induce sleep, even for insomniacs. Mental health professionals find music helpful in treating schizophrenia, anxiety and depression because music reduces cortisol and often has a positive, optimistic message. Music also builds a sense of community and participation that just makes people feel good.

Even preemies benefit from music. A study concluded that premature babies who listened to music took in more nutrients, had better respiration and oxygenation, gained more weight and ultimately were in better position to thrive than babies who did not. That’s intense healing for the tiniest humans!

Music sets a mood, reminds us of places and times past, creates emotional imagery and even provokes social movements. The healing power of music is pretty incredible. Those beats that cheer you up or lull you to sleep may be the next big wave in improving health and wellness.

Sources: Women’s Health, The Huffington Post, and Psychology Today

The Skinny on Full Fat Dairy

Much of what we knew about full fat dairy products may be a myth according to a few recent studies. We were once told that full fat diary products contribute to heart disease, obesity and type 2 diabetes, however these beliefs were surprisingly debunked by several research teams. Plus, there may be other benefits to full fat dairy that weren’t considered when the original recommendation of switching to low-fat dairy was made. Here’s the skinny on full fat dairy.

If there is anything we’ve learned about nutrition in the past decade it is that eating fat doesn’t necessarily make you fat. In fact, healthy fats promote weight loss and many other health benefits. Full fat dairy products may fall into that category as well.

The Skinny on Full Fat DairySeveral recent studies indicate that full fat dairy does not contribute to weight gain or obesity and people who consume it are actually up to 50% less likely to get type 2 diabetes. Full fat dairy may have cardio-protective properties too as research shows people who have full fat dairy in their bloodstream were no more likely to have heart disease. This may also be attributed to a lower obesity rate with full fat dairy. Plus, full fat dairy contains less lactose and more fatty acids that aid digestion.

Beyond the benefits of full fat dairy products, the disadvantages of low fat dairy can be quite alarming. Low fat dairy products often have added sugar to compensate for the difference in taste and to become more satisfying.  Additional sugar can have a more harmful effect on the body than fat because sugar is linked to inflammation, the root cause of many diseases. Also, not eating enough fat can cause cravings which may lead to more sugary food choices.

But full fat dairy isn’t perfect either. Because they come from lactating (and often pregnant) cows, dairy products contain hormones. The hormones reside in fat and can be especially dangerous for women as some studies link breast and ovarian cancer to consumption of dairy products. Furthermore, too much fat of any kind can be harmful to the body.

The story of full fat dairy may continue to evolve but these recent studies are a surprising turn of events that not only dispel the myths about low fat dairy, but also inform us on potentially protective health measures. As with many cases in nutrition and life, finding the balance between full fat and low fat may be the best option.

Sources: Women’s Health, NPR and US News and World Report

Men and Women See the World Differently

Men and Women See the World DifferentlySeveral studies over the past few years reveal that men and women truly see things differently. You may feel that way about your opposite sex partner in the figurative sense and now it has literally been proven true. We’re sharing the eye-opening studies that demonstrate how men and women see the world differently.

“Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus,” is how the saying goes. When it comes to the senses, the metaphor is pretty much spot on. It’s been determined that women have a keener sense of hearing and smell than men, and now differences in the way men and women see the world are also coming into view.

In 2012, one study from CUNY’s Brooklyn and Hunter Colleges found that women have a more distinct color awareness and were better able to differentiate between hues of color. Interestingly, women also have a broader color vocabulary to accompany their ability to make hue distinctions. Additionally this research showed that men are better able to differentiate contrast changes than women when looking at a series of colored bars of different widths.

This research points to embryo and fetal development as the beginnings of the way men and women see the world differently. As the study explains, the male sex hormone androgen is responsible for these vision differences. When embryos are developing with the help of hormones, the connectivity that drives certain neurons in the brain differs between males and females.

Some scientists believe that males and females may have evolved to be masters of their visionary skills. As hunters, men would need to track objects from a distance – such as prey or enemies – and notice subtle differences in their environment. Women, on the other hand, would need a more perceptive awareness of static colors for gathering foods.

Another recent study from Queen Mary University of London found that men and women see the world differently when they are looking at faces too. Both men and women tend to look into another person’s left eye more often but women have a stronger propensity to do so. Researchers believe this is because vision and facial processing is managed by the right hemisphere of the brain, which controls the left side of the body.  This was the first study of its kind to show a gender difference in face exploration and therefore how the brain processes visual information. Other factors such as age, culture, personality and health conditions may play a role as well.

Interestingly, the study of eye movement can have some grand medical applications. For a fraction of the cost of traditional testing, conditions such as ADHD, autism and dementia may soon be screened using gaze-based methods because the eyes give significant clues into the state of the brain.

Next time you and someone of the opposite sex view things differently, remember, there’s a lot of biology behind it.

Sources: The Huffington Post, Live Science, Lion’s Talk Science and National Geographic

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flip flops
food waste
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French maid
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fringe trend 2015
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Guide to Black Friday
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Health Benefits of Pumpkins
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Maintain These Healthy Summer Habits All Year Long
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Make the Most of Time Spent in your Car
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New Year
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Protect Your Hair from Winter Weather
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The Best Teas for Heart Health
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The Importance of Female Role Models
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Things to do on Christmas Eve
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Tips for Writing Great Thank You Notes
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Ways to Celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month
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Ways to save the earth
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Wear your Comfy Clothes to Work
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what causes allergies?
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what is Osteoporosis
What is Zapping your Concentration?
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What to Wear on Black Friday
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What your favorite chocolate says about you
What Your Nails Say about your Health
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Why All Women Should Take a Trip Alone
why am I so tired?
why hugging is good for you
Why Hugs are Good for your Heart
why sitting is bad for health
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why walk everyday
why we get hangry
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why women can't accept compliments
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why working out in the morning is better
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Why You Should Take a Walk Everyday
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Why Your Best Ideas Happen in the Shower
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Winter Superfoods
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Women's History Month
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womens health week
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write a letter to your mom
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yogurt covered fruits
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