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    Top 10 Caffeine Free Tea for Morning Energy

    Are you feeling lonely in the world of caffeine addicts? Caffeine is a reason why many are reluctant to drink real tea regularly, and often desperate when they want to find an energizing alternative for coffee or tea. Regardless if you are intolerant to caffeine, want to reduce a daily intake, pregnant or breastfeeding, there are […] More

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    ‘Crypt-Keeper Wasp’ Turns Its Host into a Self-Sacrificing Zombie

    f there were a horror movie set in the animal kingdom, a turquoise-green insect named the “crypt-keeper wasp” would likely play a starring role. A new study has found that this crafty, parasitic wasp can manipulate other parasitic wasps to finish an assigned task and then become its meal. The amber-colored victims are known as […] More

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    Why Advertisements Now Reward With Crypto

    Shortly after a year from cryptocurrency advertising being briefly banned from Google and Facebook, some marketers are now using crypto differently in a direct way as a payment to watch advertisements. Employing crypto’s like Bitcoin (BTC) and Basic Attention Tokens (BAT) as an incentive, marketers are now able to draw forth willing individuals to hear […] More

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    5 Mind Tricks for Eating Healthy Food

    Aside from “Don’t go grocery shopping on an empty stomach” (or risk ravaging the Pop-Tart aisle), there aren’t many other mainstream tips for shopping and eating healthy—until now. If you constantly cave to cravings and fall prey to the colorful marketing tactics shouting from TV screens and staring at you from bodega shelves, try incorporating […] More

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    Despite dubious claims, manuka honey may be antibiotic powerhouse

    Manuka honey is often touted as a “superfood” that treats many ailments, including allergies, colds and flus, gingivitis, sore throats, staph infections, and numerous types of wounds. Manuka can apparently also boost energy, “detox” your system, lower cholesterol, stave off diabetes, improve sleep, increase skin tone, reduce hair loss and even prevent frizz and split ends. Some […] More

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    What’s Keto Flu and How Do You Cure it?

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    You’ve decided to try the keto diet. The low-carb, high-fat diet can be great for performance and decreasing body weight, but the body needs a little bit of time to adapt to fat as an energy source. Often, there are some symptoms involved during this period of adaptation. It’s called the “keto flu,” a commonly-experienced set […] More

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    Best Nootropics & Cognitive Enhancers Guide

    It is normal to desire a higher level of cognitive functionality. After all, studies have proven that there is a link between intelligence and wealth, and there is no good reason to allow the genetic lottery to determine how successful you can become. With this in mind, many people turn to science to help them increase […] More

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    Carb Cycling Guide for Athletes

    10,080–that’s how many minutes are in a week. Maintaining a diet through all those minutes, for weeks or months, requires supreme, almost unwavering willpower. Even The Rock doesn’t do it; his Sunday night cheat meals are stuff of legend, consisting of thousands of calories of his favorite food. The social side of dieting is tough. […] More

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    PTSD and Physical Illness Come Hand in Hand

    A post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental issue caused by a traumatic event in a person’s life. The specter of possible events is very wide – from wars and accidents to childhood trauma or abuse. Sometimes, the trauma isn’t only mental but physical too. In such cases, a person is broken not only because […] More

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    How to Add Cross Training to Your Workouts

    Dedicated training is something to be admired. Many athletes strive for the ability to get up and get out every single day whether it’s for a specific race or event or even, simply driven by a goal. Often that can mean adhering to a training plan based on both repetition and incrementally increased difficulty–monotony and […] More

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    9 Reasons Why Wear Contact Lenses vs Glasses

    With the rapidly evolving world and growing technology around us, humans have to change and adapt from time to time in order to stay up to date with the latest trends. These changes come in all forms and they take you a step ahead from where you stood yesterday. One major breakthrough in the medical […] More

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