As mentioned , we check the web daily for health and wellness news and articles that we think may be of interest to you. Inevitably, we wind up with much more material than we can possibly write about yet find worth sharing.
So, without further ado, here are 27 more articles that have stacked up over the past several months that we’d like to point your attention towards, on subjects ranging from dental health to nutrition to potential toxins and much more.
(Is there an article we’ve missed that you think we should check out? Send the link to our blogmistress .)
Dental decay is a big problem, and thanks to our highly acidic diets, so is enamel erosion, which can cause tooth sensitivity and makes decay more likely. Learn more about erosion – and how to lower the risk of it – in this article from The Independent.
Most of us would do well to eat more vegetables but can’t always think of good or interesting ways to fit them into our meals. Crabby McSlacker has some ideas of “Painless Ways to Eat More of ‘Em.”
If you think eating real, whole, high-quality food costs a fortune, Raine over at Agriculture Society would beg to differ. Check out her 7 meal menu using organic ingredients at a total cost of $3.79 per person, per meal (less than the cost of your typical fast food “value meal”).
Jini Patel Thompson offers more ideas for how to maintain a quality diet on a tight budget: prioritize what you buy .
Over-radiated Americans : While conventional medicine aficionados may tout the benefits of imaging and other radiation-driven processes, far fewer are aware of the errors that can occur and the damage they do (not to mention the damage from overuse, but that’s another story).
A lot of us don’t like to think about aging, either, and may be drawn to promises of “anti-aging” products. But the truth is, we can’t help but age. The trick is to live well so that “aging and illness” aren’t synonymous. Over at healthiertalk.com, Suzanne Dixon presents some key tools for living well as we get older .
“Are you tired, run-down, listless? Do you poop out at parties?” Real Simple suggests “25 Easy Instant Energy Boosters.” Vitameatavegamin didn’t make the cut. (h/t to Stephanie for this and the previous link)