5 Lies We Learned When We Were Younger, and other Weekend Reads

by Helen Lamanna, AdvisorAnalyst.com

Here are this week's reading diversions for your personal enlightenment. Have an excellent weekend!

5 Things You Should Be Able to Smile About in 5 Years

Good things don’t come easy. True strength consists of what you do on the third, fourth and fifth tries.


5 Lies We Learned When We Were Younger (That We Still Live By Today)

When the truth is ignored, whether consciously or subconsciously, it just complicates your life! And there’s absolutely no reason to do that to yourself. There’s no good reason to weigh yourself down with old lies and half-truths.


Iron: Is it your body's Friend or Foe? | Health centre, Helen Cowan | Reader's Digest

Without iron, all life would cease to exist. Most of our iron is found in haemoglobin in red blood cells, and the numbers are mind-blowing: each haemoglobin can hold four atoms of iron, there are approximately 280 million haemoglobin molecules in each red blood cell, and about 260 million red blood cells in a single drop of blood: that’s billions of iron atoms. The iron captures oxygen from the air during each breath and transports it to our tissues, readily giving it up for use.


15 Amazing Health Benefits Of Quince Fruit

Quince is one of those rare fruits, which are loaded with nutrients and can provide you with several health benefits.


Clean Up Your Health Routine | Men's Health

You’ve learned certain health principles that you don’t question anymore. Here are 5 you should reconsider


5 Surprising Signs of Diabetes

"You'll often read that blurry vision is as a diabetes symptom when, in fact, vision can change for better or worse," says Howard Baum, MD, an assistant professor of medicine in the diabetes division at Vanderbilt University.
Studies have shown the people with blue eyes are more competitive, less agreeable, and more likely to be alcoholics than people with darker eyes



10 Common Symptoms of Crohn's Disease

Generally speaking, diarrhea is a pretty good indication that your insides are not pleased. It can be a sign of food poisoning or the flu virus, but when it doesn't seem to go away it is time to advise your medical team.



Foods to Stop Refridgerating

Refrigerating certain fruits and vegetables can actually rob them of flavor and nutrients, ruin their texture, and quicken their spoiling.



The Many Benefits of Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is the most nutrient dense part of the coconut. It is solid at room temperature like butter. It doesn’t break down in heat or light or become rancid like many oils, and in my opinion has a wonderful tropical smell.
Your brain cells need carbs, which are converted in your body to glucose, to stay in peak form, says study co-author Robin Kanarek, PhD, professor of psychology at Tufts.



The Secrets to Reading People’s Emotions in Person and Online | Real Simple

Social-intelligence skills can be used for in-person interactions (winning over the grumpy teller at your bank, say) and virtual ones (wording an e-mail to a touchy coworker, for example). Here are the emotional detective skills that can make all encounters more informative and successful.


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