5 trendy health foods that aren’t worth your money

5 trendy health foods that aren’t worth your money
From acai bowls and bone broth, food trends come and go. More often than not, the of-the-moment foods can set you back a pretty penny too. So which are worth it? Whether it’s just overpriced or overrated, here are five food trends you may want to think …
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Five health-enhancing foods that don’t even seem like health foods: Mustard, cole slaw and more
(NaturalNews) When observing the typical diet of American … Mustard products — even conventional products from non-health-food companies — are still very healthful to consume. You can also make your own mustard using nothing more than a Vita-Mix …
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10 Health Foods With More Sugar Than a Coke
Popular health foods are sneaky sources of sugar. As far as you’re concerned, you’re having a pretty healthy day. You start off with a glass of orange juice and a bowl of whole-grain cereal. By mid-morning, when you’ve got the munchies …
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NFL teams eventually could go where the people, money are | ProFootballTalk

sportNFL teams eventually could go where the people, money are | ProFootballTalk
The NFL’s stance regarding Los Angeles has pivoted from luxury to necessity for one primary reason: The well of taxpayer money for stadium construction and renovation has gone drier than ever. ….. Its football here on the west coast from 6 am to 8pm !
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NFL hires Rod Graves as senior Vice President of football administration
Former Arizona Cardinals and New York Jets general manager Rod Graves just got a major promotion. The NFL has hired Graves to be the senior Vice President of football administration. Now that is a fancy title that doesn’t really spell out what Graves …
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NFL star Morgan Burnett to host local football camp | Clayton News Daily
Morgan Burnett, right, was a standout at North Clayton and Georgia Tech before his NFL days. At left is former Clayton County commission Chairman Eldrin Bell. (File Photo). photo. A flyer for the Morgan Burnett MB42 Football Camp. (Special Photo).
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Recycling Unused Medicines to Save Money and Lives

trendRecycling Unused Medicines to Save Money and Lives
It always troubled Deane Kirchner to throw away good medicine. When residents of the Lincoln Glen long-term facility in San Jose, Calif., where she is the director of nursing, changed dosages, had adverse reactions, or died, she did what health …
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IBM Bets Big on Modernizing Medicine’s Specialty EMR to Advance Watson
Last week, IBM announced a strategic investment in specialty practice EMR provider, Modernizing Medicine to accelerate the adoption of Watson cognitive computing in healthcare. The amount from IBM was not disclosed. The Watson-powered app called …
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WHL Roundup: Tigers win their final regular-season game ever at Medicine Hat
MEDICINE HAT, Alta. – It was nothing short of a memorable finish in the final regular-season game ever at Medicine Hat Arena. Tyler Lewington scored once and added two assists as the Medicine Hat Tigers beat the Saskatoon Blades 6-2 in a penalty filled …
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If It Ain’t About the Money: Does HipHop Still Need Major Labels?

musicIf It Ain’t About the Money: Does HipHop Still Need Major Labels?
Do you express concern over dropping sales numbers, the harmful values propagated by club records, the hipsters documenting—distorting, even—the culture? Or are you excited about the state of hip-hop? Do you celebrate artists’ increasing independence …
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Joey Fatts Discusses Being Homeless
“After Chipper Jones 2, I went out on tour with [A$ AP] Ferg,” Joey Fatts says in the interview that was published Wednesday (January 7). “That was hard for me. Like, I made a little money, but not enough to go pay rent somewhere, feel me? I started …
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Rage against the regime: The hiphop artists spearheading Egypt’s underground
Long before the Egyptian Revolution of 2011 sparked by protests in Cairo’s Tahir Square, local hip-hop artists had already been making music from underground spaces that rallied against the policies of then-president Hosni Mubarak and his regime.
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