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Meeting your needs without meat

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Meeting your needs without meat

We feel the impact of the coronavirus disease on daily life, including what we eat. Recently, several major meat processing facilities have either closed or are operating at limited capacity due to outbreaks of COVID-19 among workers. As a result, the nation may be facing a meat shortage. We see the effects of the meat shortage already at the local grocery stores with buying restrictions,...

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Is it COVID-19 or allergies?

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Is it COVID-19 or allergies?

Knowing the difference can make a difference in how you respond. Ah, spring! It's a time for renewal, cleaning, flowers, and (...ah..ah...achoo!) seasonal allergies. Spring might be a time for rebirth, but it also marks the return of sniffles and sneezes that can drive you crazy. As the weather warms, plants ramp-up pollen production reaping havoc on your sinuses and nasal pathways. Complicating the matter allergens...

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Simple At Home Workout to Help Keep You in Shape

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Simple At Home Workout to Help Keep You in Shape

Staying home doesn't mean you need to let your fitness fall by the wayside. Tammy from Hi Health shows you some perfect home exercises. Don't have weights? No problem—no gym equipment is needed. You can use readily available home goods to add resistance to your workout.

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Hi-Health Hand Sanitizer

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Hi-Health Hand Sanitizer

Proper hand hygiene begins with soap and water. Sometimes, however, washing your hands is not an option—especially if you're out in public. How will you protect yourself? Viruses can survive on surfaces for anywhere from a few hours to a few days.  Touching a contaminated surface and then touching your mouth, nose, or eyes can cause infection and disease. Unfortunately, we often and unconsciously touch our faces...

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Make Your Own: Creamy Fruit Smoothie

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Make Your Own: Creamy Fruit Smoothie

  Add 2 cups of your favorite creamy drink such as whole milk, soy milk, almond milk, or any other kind of creamy drink.   Add 1 1/2 cups of your favorite frozen fruit combination   Strawberries, bananas, blueberries, mango, pineapple, raspberries, blackberries, ... the possibilities are endless! Add a serving of nutritional powder for more nutrients and minerals Vanilla, Chocolate View all KOS Organic Plant Protein Powders...

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