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Chronic inflammation is linked to some of the most pressing health conditions affecting Americans—cancer, obesity, diabetes, and arthritis. Eating inflammatory foods will only exacerbate pain disorders and conditions. However, with an eye on what you’re eating, reducing and eliminating inflammatory foods from your diet, you can be well on your way to a feeling better and leading a healthy life.

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Is Consuming Aloe Vera Safe?

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"Can you eat Aloe vera or is it for topical use only?"

It’s an important question for many. Aloe vera has been widely used as a medicinal plant for thousands of years. Originally found on the Arabian Peninsula and Eastern Mediterranean region, it was depicted on stone sculptures and written on papyrus in ancient Egypt dating from the 16th century BCE. The plant is now cultivated worldwide for its many medicinal applications.

For the most part, when people think of Aloe, they are familiar with the plant for its topical application in treating skin injuries, particularly cuts and burns. But can it be consumed? Does it provide internal health benefits? Are there risks? Let’s find out.

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The misery of heartburn affects millions of people daily and many turn to prescription medications or over-the-counter tablets and liquids for relief. Over time, drug use fails to address the problem and could lead to other health complications. Understanding your digestion issues and what causes them can help you treat the root of the problem and in the meantime natural antacids can provide safe and effective relief.

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7 Summer Must-Haves in 2018

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Summertime is quickly approaching and before we know it, it will be gone! Be sure to outfit yourself to make the most of the sunny Summer months and be prepared with everything you need to enjoy yourself. Here's our list of 7 summer must-haves to make your warm weather adventures even more fun!

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Last week we posted the first part of this two-part series, discussing things to cut out of your life this new year that would negatively affect your physical health. Eliminating stress and adding whole, organic foods, like aloe vera, your physical health will have an advantage. This week, it's all about your mental health! We hope that by eliminating some of this everyday negativity, you may feel more healthy across the board.

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