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11. Kymythy's Kitchen Nutrition: Natural Anti-inflammatories
There are many delicious foods that contain natural anti-inflammatory compounds. But first, let's make sure you're not consuming foods that are actually increasing your discomfort. Sugar really disrupts your body chemistry in many negative ways and can make your body and mind feel tired and achy. People often crave sugar, which comes in many forms, when their body feels sluggish and they want a boost of energy. Unfortunately, while the immediate... Read More

12. Eat Your Way to Happiness
Feeling down? Maybe you're nervous or angry about something. What you eat may have an impact on your mood and help you get happy. To release dopamine, a neurotransmitter associated with the pleasure centers of the brain, try eating bananas or leafy greens or drink a glass of milk. Make a super smoothie with bananas, ice, milk and whatever other fruit you like to give your mood a boost. Feeling sluggish in the bedroom? You may be... Read More

13. Fill Up on Omega-3 Fatty Acids
Many people are unaware of the awesome powers of omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 fatty acids are largely found in coldwater fish such as salmon, herring, mackerel and sardines. Flax and flax oil are the most popular botanical sources of omega-3. There are other sources of omega-3 including walnuts, scallops, cauliflower, cabbage, cloves and mustard seeds. Omega-3 fatty acids bring plenty to the table, especially when it comes to your health.... Read More

14. A Formula for Feeding Your Baby
Breast milk is the gold standard of nutrition for babies, but if you go the formula route, then there are a few things to know about all those formulas. Soy, hypoallergenic, lactose-free, organic, powder, premixed and more supplements than you can keep track of - the formula shelves at the grocery store can be mind-boggling for new moms. Your pediatrician will be most familiar with your child's specific nutritional needs, so it's... Read More

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