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Study Finds Dairy (Not Soy) Skyrockets Breast Cancer Risk
Study Finds Dairy (Not Soy) Skyrockets Breast Cancer Risk

If you could reduce your relative risk of breast cancer by 80 percent, wouldn’t you do it? A new study claims that women who drink cows’ milk could increase their risk of developing breast cancer by up to 80 percent compared to women who drink soy milk.


The Harmful Side Effects of Whey Protein
The Harmful Side Effects of Whey Protein

Those who consume whey protein supplements may not feel the effects now, but given the complications with liver and kidney function, they may fall victim to serious health issues later in life, and not even know it was connected to their whey-consuming, gym-going days.


6 Inflammation-Fighting Foods Plus Recipe Ideas
6 Inflammation-Fighting Foods Plus Recipe Ideas

Incorporate these inflammation-fighting foods into your diet, and take stock of how you feel. Inflammation doesn’t have to be an inevitable burden you must learn to cope with.


West African Good Bowl
West African Good Bowl

Explore new cuisines with this addictively good West African bowl. Made with warming spices, fluffy vegetable-infused jollof rice, crisp string beans, bright mango, and a savory peanut sauce, this bowl will definitely make it into your weekly rotation.


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