Go (Soy)Nuts Over Healthy Snacking
Wednesday, 05 March 2014 19:33
Grand Rapids, Michigan, February 2014—The mid-afternoon slump can be fatal to a hard day’s work of healthy eating. It’s a time when even the most dedicated health nuts can become susceptible to the call of potato chips and candy bars.

Love Your Health® SoyMix can provide a better snacking alternative; it’s as convenient as a bag of chips, but much healthier and just as craveable.

Incorporating more soy protein into a daily diet has been shown to boost energy and benefit heart health by lowering LDL (the bad kind) cholesterol levels; soy has also been linked to a reduced risk of breast cancer and other chronic diseases. 
More on Zija and How it Works
Tuesday, 11 February 2014 19:39
A note from the editors—plus something about heart month, which occurs in February:

For the past several issues we’ve been plugging something that was introduced to us by a client back in September. Endorsing things is something we rarely do, which I explained earlier. But this stuff is so good and good for you, it was our duty to pass along the good news.

Zija is the name of a growing company. Their full name is Zija International. You can Google them to find out more, but they’re not only legitimate, they’re well respected after only a few years on the market.

Their all-natural product is derived from the Moringa Tree, a scrubby-looking little planting that thrives in crummy weather—mostly in Western Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa and in some parts of Central America. Though this growth has been around since Biblical times, only recently did the knowledge of what it contains and what it can do reach the developed countries.
In a Heartbeat
Tuesday, 11 February 2014 19:31
Everywhere, USA, February 2014—Heart disease kills more women in this country than all cancers combined, and it can strike at any age.

Luckily, you can dramatically lower your risk by kicking a few bad habits while adopting some good ones. First up: curb your sweet tooth, cut down on your sodium intake, get active, and go to bed earlier. Ladies’ Home Journal has put together an action plan just in time for American Heart Month that will get you heart-healthy in just 6 weeks. 

Here are a few quick tips from the February 2014 issue:
Why Do You Look So Tired?
Tuesday, 11 February 2014 19:22
Everywhere, USA, February 2014—For a malady that’s as common to aging as waning vision, festoons – also called malar mounds – aren’t well understood by the public. Most often, they’re confused with bags below the eyes.

“The more people know about the causes of festoons and how they are often misdiagnosed, the better informed they are to be their own effective health-care advocates.” So says Dr. Adam J. Scheiner, world-renowned in laser eyelid and facial plastic surgery for his groundbreaking treatment for festoons.

What is the difference between bags and festoons?
The Message Continues…
Tuesday, 21 January 2014 21:38
After a serendipitous discovery back in the early fall of 2013, the physical lives of your Healthy Newspaper editors began to change for the better on Tuesday, September 23.

As we pointed out earlier, during the course of our advertising, public relations and promotions career, we had become pretty knowledgeable about health & wellness, but rarely endorse products.

This is different.

The US-based company we’re talking about is Zija International. There an excellent company with a great track record—but it’s what they’ve done to create a proprietary formulation of that which can be extracted from the Moringa Tree that’s so fascinating. And it is, as we have said before, truly revolutionary. 

The Moringa Tree is an ancient bush, with a history right up there with Frankincense and Myrrh.

Through the generations the Moringa Tree’s medicinal quality value exploded, but its general use relegated generally to that part of the world where it was grown: Sub-Saharan Africa and the Near East.
Red & Purple & Crimson & Rose
Tuesday, 11 February 2014 19:36
San Jose, California, February 2014—We all know that a diet rich in fruits and vegetables is key to healthy living. And rather than consuming products colored with synthetic dyes (like the ubiquitous “Red 40”), many fruits and veggies can be used as natural dyes and sweeteners when added to our food and beverages. Nutrition studies have shown that red-colored fruits and veggies—the darker the better—offer some of the best health benefits. Draco Natural Products offers products that will naturally color your food and drinks so you can easily reap the health benefits. 
The $64,000 question
Tuesday, 11 February 2014 19:27
Everywhere, USA, February 2014—Hoax or fact? Is the planet truly heating up or is global warming a cruel joke foisted upon an unbelieving public by science nerds?

Often, it’s not what you say but how you say it that makes the difference. What if scientists never mentioned the presumed root cause (elevated temps) but raised the flag instead as severe climate change? Here the science geeks at Earth Talk, a feature of The Environmental Magazine, answer the question of the century:

Does the fact that we’ve had such a cold and snowy winter mean that global warming might not be such a big problem after all?
The 25 Best…Good Eats
Tuesday, 11 February 2014 19:16
New York, New York, February 2014—Parents magazine recently revealed its picks for the 25 Best Packaged Foods of 2014. These candidates contain reasonable levels of fat and sodium and contain no artificial colors or flavors. Winners were selected in several categories in a taste test by more than 75 kids and parents.

“We were impressed by the variety of packaged-food options at the supermarket that tasted great and had a good nutritional profile,” said Dana Points, Editor-in-Chief, Parents magazine. 
Whiz-Bang Thermostats
Tuesday, 21 January 2014 21:32
Everywhere USA, January 2014—Spending $200 or more to replace that older, still functioning thermostat with a new whiz-bang “smart” variety might seem like a waste of money, but it can be one of the best small investments a homeowner can make, given the potential for energy and cost savings down the line.

The coolest of the bunch is the Nest. It was created by former Apple employees who had been instrumental in designing the original iPod and iPhone years earlier. This simple-looking round thermostat is reminiscent of old-school instruments that one would manually adjust by turning the temperature dial. But the auto-awake feature that turns on the bright blue digital display when someone walks nearby gives the Nest away as an ultra-modern piece of high tech gadgetry.

The Nest’s software “learns” the habits in a given space by logging when inhabitants tend to be home and awake and noting when they tend to turn up or down the heat—and then sets a heating/cooling schedule accordingly. Owners can also program the Nest, which connects to the Internet via Wi-Fi, to heat up or cool down the house at a set schedule or go into “away” mode from any web browser or smart phone.
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