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How to Lower Your Mortality Rate

In 2016, the U.S Department of Health and Human Services’ Center for Disease Control and Prevention released some worrying data: for the first time since 1993, life expectancy in the United States fell. Furthermore, the death rate also increased between 2014 and 2015. While some of the deaths were caused by drug overdoses, road accidents, […]

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A Story About How to Fight the American Obesity Epidemic

This article is published as part of Nutri Inspector’s scholarship application by Chima Enwere who studies at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke. My longtime friend, Jeffrey, spent his childhood through his early 20s suffering from the American obesity epidemic. Around 65 percent of Americans suffer from this life-threatening disorder. At age 13 he was […]

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A Healthy Diet is Key To a Long and Happy Life

This article is published as part of Nutri Inspector’s scholarship application by Mikayla Batkiewicz who studies at University of Central Florida. When someone pursues a healthy diet that contains ample nutrients, their body is more energized and functions properly. A healthy diet supports a person’s overall health, their weight and prevents diseases, which is why new […]

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Effects of a Balanced Diet and Regular Exercise

This article is published as part of Nutri Inspector’s scholarship application by Jessica Bergman who studies at Liberty University. Exercising regularly is an excellent way to boost ones metabolism, mental health, and overall energy levels. Today, Americans have the opportunity to enjoy exercise in more ways than ever before. Local gyms, sports leagues, and other […]

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Childhood Obesity and Media Advertisements

This article is published as part of Nutri Inspector’s scholarship application by Abby Opher who studies Human Nutrition at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. More recently, childhood overweight and obesity has become a pressing issue in the U.S. In the 1963-1970 period, only 4 percent of children aged 6 to 11 years were […]

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How To Make a Milkshake Without Ice Cream

How to Make a Milkshake Without Ice Cream – 6 Easy Homemade RecipesWhat’s a milkshake without ice cream, don’t you think? You may have run short of ice cream, or the husband forgot to take the list to the supermarket. Do not fret! There is a solution for you to enjoy the wonders of a milkshake […]

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How To Make a Smoothie Without Yogurt

Making smoothies at your home is simple and extremely healthy. It fills our body naturally with vitamins in any season. Smoothies may be fruit- or vegetable-based, there are sweet and savory versions as well. The smoothie does not contain milk or yogurt. What Is a Smoothie?​Smoothie is a creamy beverage prepared by the pulping of […]

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Top Health & Nutrition Sites – # 1

The health & nutrition community is very big and it is very hard to find quality websites and blogs with interesting posts and writings. In my top edition posts I will share you all the best health & nutrition blogs you should give a look and eventually subscribe to. I did. Dr. Beauty Comprehensive Beauty […]

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The Americans: “Cho chweet”

America should now get the accolade of being the sweetest nation in the world. You might be wondering as to why I am making such a statement. One cannot call America as the largest producer of sugar in the world. Secondly, Americans do not qualify as the best glib talkers in the world. On the […]

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