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13 More Answers To Your Questions – Sweet Potato Power, Wheat, Ketosis, and More!

What’s the deal with wheat–is it really that bad for you? What should I eat right after a workout? Sweeteners are okay, though, right? What’s this ketosis thing I’ve been hearing about? Chances are you’ve wondered one of the above … Continue reading

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Wheat Allergies and Cholesterol: A WellnessFX Member Success Story

A person can be shaped good, but not in good shape . . . The Problem Virtually everyone who works at WellnessFX is a health nut (as you can imagine, we love what we do). As the saying goes: we … Continue reading

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11 Answers To Your Questions – Inflammation, Diet, Genetics, and More!

With more knowledge comes more questions. Over the last few decades we’ve learned more and more about our bodies, how they work, and how to keep them running in tip-top shape. We learned cholesterol was bad; now we know there’s … Continue reading

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Need A Reason to Stay Health-Conscious This Holiday Season? Here’s Two!

We’ve got some good news and some bad news. Maybe you’ve heard the frightening statistic that Americans gain an average of seven pounds over the holidays? Well, you can let out a sigh of relief: apparently that’s a myth. BUT … Continue reading

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What’s on Ari’s Menu? WellnessFX!

Ari loves to blog. Ari loves to run. Ari has hypothyroidism. Ari took control of her own situation and lost 75 pounds. Sounds like the perfect WellnessFX member! We love hearing about the diverse backgrounds of the WellnessFX community. From Disney … Continue reading

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The Scoop on Low-Carb Eating

There are many proponents of low-carb dieting, much research in support of it, and a slew of people with real results (just do a Google image search). Still, there remains skeptics. And for understandable reasons. Two legitimate questions are often … Continue reading

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The Dangers of Too Much Calcium

We all know that calcium is good for us. As the mineral found in the greatest concentration in the body, it is crucial for maintaining proper nerve and heart function, blood clotting, and muscle contraction. The dairy industry has made … Continue reading

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Guest Post: The Problem With Sitting

How Much Of Our Time Is Spent Sitting? Modern humans are frequently “sitters”–at work, in the car, and at home. Sitting may be the most common human behavior and for many adults exceeds the time spent sleeping! Furthermore, changes in … Continue reading

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Infographic: Your Health In One Drop

What can one drop of blood tell you?

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Infographic: Your Health In One Drop

What can one drop of blood tell you?

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