Smart Life Healthy Body

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Date registered: October 16, 2014

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  1. Breakthrough Gout Supplement — September 22, 2015
  2. 7 Natural Ways to Boost Your Immune System — February 5, 2015
  3. 7 Sweet Health Benefits of Dark Chocolate — January 27, 2015
  4. 5 Quick Workouts When It’s Too Cold to Go to the Gym — January 22, 2015
  5. Morning Breakfast Habits to Help You Lose Weight — January 14, 2015

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Sep 22

Breakthrough Gout Supplement

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Is gout stopping you from living your life? Does it hurt to stand on your feet for any length of time? When was the last time you had a flare up? Have you heard of Urcinol® a breakthrough gout supplement? Gout pain will cause your life to come to a dead stop. It prevents you …

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Feb 05

7 Natural Ways to Boost Your Immune System


Rather than waiting until cold and flu season to start boosting your immune system, Smart Life Healthy Body recommends that you work on building your immune system throughout the year. You never know when a virus or bacteria that doesn’t pay heed to the current season will find its way into your system. Utilize these …

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Jan 27

7 Sweet Health Benefits of Dark Chocolate


If you’re a chocolate lover, it may feel like you have to sacrifice a healthy body for your favorite treat. While this is true for sugary varieties like the milk chocolate found in most candy bars, at Smart Life Healthy Body we know that dark chocolate is actually a great proponent for good health. Stick …

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Jan 22

5 Quick Workouts When It’s Too Cold to Go to the Gym


In the article Healthy Habits for the New Year we suggested getting up 15 minutes earlier to do a quick morning workout.  If your day is packed and finding time for activity is difficult, getting up a few minutes early will be beneficial. At home workouts can be very beneficial to your day.  Getting the …

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Jan 14

Morning Breakfast Habits to Help You Lose Weight

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Did you know January is weight loss awareness month?  I didn’t.  Maybe it’s in honor of all that holiday eating and new year weight loss resolutions. Let’s continue the theme from last week, small changes for big results in 2015, but get more specific and discuss breakfast!  Actionable tips to help your busy schedule.  Note: …

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Jan 07

5 Small Changes for Big Results in 2015

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Who’s made a new year’s resolution only to have ditched it less than one month later? I know I have. But what if instead of big and grand resolutions we made small changes in our life that over time actually made a difference? When I talk about changes I am suggesting little habits, thoughts, ideas, …

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Oct 16

Gout Triggers

Gout has been traced to the ancient Greeks, Egyptians and Romans.  Its name is derived from he Latin, gutta.  Hippocrates I 400 BC thought that the cause was and imbalance of the four humours.  He referred to gout as “the unwalkable disease”.  During this time it was thought that all disease came from an imbalance …

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Oct 16

Growing trend of Alternative Medicine


There is a trending increase in the use of alternative and complementary medicine.  What this means is people are turning to other than traditional methods to treat or alleviate symptoms of chronic conditions. Twenty to thirty years ago we turned to our family physician for our health care needs.  We usually consulted the same physician …

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Oct 16

Cancer Prevention

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Cancer is always a scary term.  It is estimated that one third to one half of all people will contract cancer.  Though strides are being made, cancer still remains a common and often deadly disease.  Conventional medicine is making some progress but for the most part conventional cancer treatment remains a difficult task. How do …

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Oct 16

Gout Diet Considerations

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While we can’t totally prevent gout with diet, there are some considerations to help alleviate the symptoms.  High levels of uric acid do not have any symptoms themselves and show up in an attack of gout or kidney stones.  The goal is to help reduce the uric acid in the blood stream and subsequently reduce …

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