The Hidden Heart Danger LURKING in Your Gut?

Dear Living Well Daily Reader, Living with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is no walk in the park. The cramping, the urgency, the endless trips to the bathroom—it’s a daily struggle that can leave you exhausted and frustrated. And here’s the kicker: sometimes, IBD’s vague symptoms can lead to misdiagnosis or even NO diagnosis at all....

Has the Key to Unlocking Better MS Treatments Been Found?

Dear Living Well Daily Reader, Imagine waking up one morning and feeling a strange tingling in your fingers. You brush it off, thinking it’s just a pinched nerve. But then, your vision starts to blur, and your balance is thrown off. Suddenly, you’re faced with a terrifying reality: you have multiple sclerosis (MS). For the...

6 Secret Ways to Spot HIDDEN Processed Foods

“Avoid eating processed foods,”—If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a thousand times. The reason why is simple. These Frankenfoods are designed to satisfy your taste buds. But they leave your body full of foreign chemicals that can cause harm and in need of more nutrients. But a patient asked me the other day,...

8 Red Flags There’s a Heart Attack in YOUR Future

Humor me and count to 40. Done? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), someone in the United States just had a heart attack. That adds up to around 805,000 people a year. Many of those were a “silent” heart attack, with the victim having no clue it even happened—and they go...

Mailbag! Neuropathy Pain? Ease Tingling in Hands and Feet

“I’m diabetic and have burning, tingling pain in my feet. My doctor says it is peripheral neuropathy, and there aren’t any cures. But do you have any tips to help me deal with it?” —Hank Hi Hank, Uncontrolled blood sugar can trigger nerve pain called peripheral neuropathy. This condition causes pain and numbness, usually in...

5 Often Overlooked Diabetes Red Flags

Some of the worst diseases we face are also the stealthiest. They silently sneak up with few signs that they’re harming us from the inside. Well, that is until it’s too late, and they’re well-established. Osteoporosis and hypertension are on that list. And so is type 2 diabetes. In fact, scientists estimate that around 25...

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ALERT: CGMs Can Give Inaccurate Glucose Readings

Keeping your blood sugar in check is critical for a longer, healthier life. It used to be if you wanted to watch your blood sugar for hours at a time, you’d have to go to a lab and be hooked up to an expensive, complicated machine. But now, anyone can get a continuous glucose monitor...

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“Eat the Rainbow” Trick Drives Down Cancer Risk

If I were to ask you, “What’s the color of good health?” what would you say? Maybe it’s green or blue, the “colors of nature.” Or rosy pink cheeks may come to mind. Well, it turns out the “colors of the rainbow” might be the best answer. Research suggests the key to a long, healthy...

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Unexpected Danger LURKS in Your Drinking Glass

I’ve said it so often I’m in danger of sounding like a broken record. (For those folks old enough to remember them.) But this habit is such a threat to your health it’s STILL worth the risk. One of the WORST things you can swallow is sweetened beverages—made with natural and fake sugars. They’ve already...

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Are Fitness Watches WORTH the Expense?

I wear a fitness tracker. A patient pointed to it the other day and asked me if it was worth the expense. It caught me off guard at first. But then I explained, “It depends…” I personally enjoy wearing a fitness tracker because I like tracking my exercise. And it helps keep me motivated. These...

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Stop Seasonal Allergies with This STRANGE Hay Fever Fix

No, it’s NOT your imagination. Seasonal allergies ARE hitting earlier, lasting longer, and affecting more folks than ever before. As spring begins a lot of us are going to soon be slammed by hay fever—that is if you haven’t been sniffling and sneezing already. And for popular OTC allergy drugs—like Allegra and Claritin—sales are poised...

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Mailbag: Does Weather REALLY Affect Joint Pain?

“I feel like I notice more pain on certain days than others. Could the weather affect my arthritis?” – Ann Hi Ann, Undoubtedly, people feel differences in pain when the weather changes. For many folks with arthritis, rainy days are the problem. For others, a cold snap can leave them limping. But exactly why this...

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Common Habit Is HARMING Your Kidneys

When was the last time you gave your kidneys some thought? The heart, brain, and digestive systems receive constant attention, but we tend to overlook our hardworking kidneys. No one ever thinks of them because they tirelessly (and quietly) do their job… that is until they’re damaged. And it turns out there’s one common habit...

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Biblical Fruit’s Astonishing Health Benefit REVEALED

Happy Easter! I hope your day is filled with hope, love, renewal, and some delicious Easter treats. It seems appropriate that I have news to share today about a fruit that holds an important place in the Christian faith. The pomegranate has both symbolic and decorative significance in the bible. This ruby-red fruit is featured...

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Natural Anxiety Remedy UNLOCKS Your Calm!

Just about everyone I know has a strong opinion on marijuana. Some folks think it shouldn’t be legal, while others insist any adult who wants to use it should be allowed. But what’s REALLY interesting to me about the cannabis plant is its potential health benefits, such as helping folks who are battling cancer. However,...

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Food Fix Delivers Better Brain Function in 12 Weeks

I’ll admit I’ve never been much of a fiber supplement fan. Can fiber help you stay regular? Certainly. However, there are much better ways to keep your morning bathroom routine on track than loading up on massive amounts of fiber. And for many folks, fiber supplements can cause a lot of gas, bloating, and pain....

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How to Get Your Spouse to Go to the Doctor

The other day, a friend asked me if I thought her husband was trying to hide something because he wouldn’t go to the doctor. It’s a common scenario, I told her—research shows that many men avoid preventative care and doctor’s visits. (Some women are guilty of it, too.) But what if your spouse is clearly...

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Glucose Guardians Discovered at the GROCERY Store!

A new meta-analysis suggests that the spices in your kitchen aren’t just bursting with flavor. They could also deliver hidden health benefits. That’s especially true if you’re concerned about keeping your blood sugar in check. Which, honestly, everyone should be—regardless of whether you’re diabetic or not. The recent study confirmed that several popular spices (some...

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Mailbag: The TRUE Cause of Your Tingly Scalp

“Why do I feel a tingling sensation in my scalp when I’m stressed?” – Anonymous Hi Anonymous, About twenty years ago, I was running on a trail in the early morning light when a fox bolted from the cover. It ran beside me for a few yards before ditching into the woods. I’m guessing the...

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The Hidden (and DEADLY) Cost of Convenience

In our fast-paced, modern world, we’re always on the go, juggling work, family, and social obligations. The frantic pace leaves little time for home-cooked meals. As a result, convenience has become king. Ultra-processed foods (UPFs) swoop in to save the day. They beckon us with their bright packaging and promise of ready-to-eat, instant gratification. And...

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