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27
Feb

Where do allergies come from?

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"Mommy, where do allergies come from?"

The question, from a boy sitting at a table near mine, caught my attention. Obviously a pro at handling the random curiosities of a young child, his mom said: "From flowers and grass and foods like peanuts."

The boy went back to his meal, seemingly satisfied with her answer.

I was not.

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Tasty, inexpensive, and versatile, chickpeas are a truly an amazing food!
28
Jan

5 Super Benefits of Chickpeas!

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Breaking scientific research now credits the humble chickpea with the ability to help prevent heart disease and reduce food cravings. According to a study published in the April 7th edition of the Canadian Medical Association Journal, a single ¾-cup serving of chickpeas, lentils or beans a day lowers levels of harmful LDL cholesterol by as much as 5 percent, leading to a 5 to 6 percent reduction in the risk of cardiovascular disease.

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25
Jan

Where Did Your New Year’s Resolution Go?

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How’s your New Year’s resolution coming? If you’re anything like me, you have inevitably put off your resolution at least once. Resolutions often dissolve as quickly as they are developed—for many of us, nothing really changes after New Year’s Day. The uncomfortable truth is that only 8 percent of people actually keep their resolutions, according to research by University of Scranton. The numbers beg this question: Why do so many of us fail at our resolutions?

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Why Are New Years Resolutions So Hard To Follow?
29
Dec

Why Are New Years Resolutions So Hard To Follow?

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Why Are New Years Resolutions So Hard To Follow?


What do you want to achieve in 2015?

While setting New Year’s resolutions is routine for many of us, research from the University of Scranton shows while 45% of Americans usually make New Year’s resolutions, only 8% actually stick to them. So, why are resolutions so quickly discarded? The easy answer is because most resolutions require a change in habit.

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