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  • ENVIRONMENTAL NUTRITION: You can alter your genetic destiny with a healthful diet

    At one time, if your mother had cancer, your genetic destiny for this disease seemed to be etched in stone. At least that was the old way of thinking about genetic predisposition for diseases, such as cancer and heart disease. But there's been a paradigm shift in the way experts understand our inherited genetic profile, according to Roderick H. Dashwood, Ph.D., who spoke on genetics and nutrition at the 10th Annual Nutrition and Health Conference in Seattle in May.
  • How to maintain healthy hair through the decades

     How to maintain healthy hair through the decades
    We all expect our skin to change with the decades. But who knew that time takes a toll on our tresses in much the same way? While some changes are inevitable, some are the result of the insults we hurl at our hair every day: coloring, curling,...

    Hair loss: It's not just for men

    We've grown accustomed to seeing men lose their hair as they get older. These days, it's not only socially acceptable for a man to be bald--it's physically appealing. Celebrities like Sean Connery, Bruce Willis and Vin Diesel have made bald sexy. But...

    One man stops eating food, lives on liquid goo he calls Soylent, and you can too

    One man stops eating food, lives on liquid goo he calls Soylent, and you can too
    Rob Rhinehart has given up food. Really, for 30 days, he didn't eat a single bite. The 24-year-old software engineer from Atlanta invented a mixture of vitamins and minerals he calls Soylent. He consumed nothing but Soylent for 30 days, and now he's...

    Carrot juice: Grow your own and fix your own ... nutritious and healthy

    Carrot juice: Grow your own and fix your own ... nutritious and healthy
    Carrots you can grow in a backyard garden provide an abundance of nutrition to the body as they are excellent sources of vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, vitamin K, biotin, fiber, potassium and thiamine. Colorful and packed with antioxidants, this...