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8 Causes to Eyelid Twitching

Have you ever had an eyelid twitch to the point that you feel like you are going crazy?  I most certainly have and was surprised at how common eye twitching is. Eye twitching or eyelid tic (spasms) is called myokymia.  It is a repetitive, involuntary spasm of the eyelid muscle.  Usually occurring in the upper… Continue reading 8 Causes to Eyelid Twitching

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5 Super Easy & Healthy Snack Ideas — Midnight Madness

Hey babes, welcome back! Today I’m patiently waiting for my warm coffee to freeze, so it can be turned into a homemade iced coffee, and let me tell you, waiting for coffee to get ready is worse than waiting for paint to dry. So while all that is happening I wanted to share with you […]… Continue reading 5 Super Easy & Healthy Snack Ideas — Midnight Madness

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This Trainer Shows How to Get a Full-Body Workout in at the Gym With Just 4 Exercises — POPSUGAR Fitness

A post shared by Stefanie Williams ✨ (@stef_fit) on Jul 12, 2018 at 5:51am PDT This one's a sweaty one, guys. If you're looking to change up your gym routine, we've found the perfect one for you, courtesy of fitness influencer and trainer… 85 more words via This Trainer Shows How to Get a Full-Body Workout… Continue reading This Trainer Shows How to Get a Full-Body Workout in at the Gym With Just 4 Exercises — POPSUGAR Fitness

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Diets – The Mediteranean Diet to Prevent Frailty

I thought this was fascinating and wanted to share it with you!

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Frailty is a clinical syndrome and is predictive of falls, declining mobility, and death.

The Mediterranean Diet emphasizes plant food (fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole grains, nuts and seeds, olives) and includes moderate fish consumption with low dairy, red meat, and processed meat.  Sound familiar?  Olive oil is the primary fat source.  In addition, it also includes a low to moderate amount of wine with meals 🙂

After analyzing several research studies, the results showed that older adults who closely followed the Mediterranean Diet reduced the risk of frailty by 56%!

Researchers continue to examine frailty and diets and believe that the Mediterranean Diet’s effect on older adults is due to its anti-inflammatory effect as a protective mechanism.

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