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All About Intermittent Fasting

All About Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent fasting is the cycle between the eating period mostly fibrous food such as nuts, tofu, fish, beans, vegetables, etc. and the fasting period that is; refraining from consuming any calories. In practical terms it means a gap between your morning meal and night mean which is supposed to be

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Benefits of Green Tea

6 Benefits of Green Tea

Green Tea is a type of tea that is being consumed since a long ago and is preferred by health freaks for all the benefits it has to offer. The main is it does not contain any dairy product (best for vegans) and is full of antioxidants making it beneficial

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All About Ginseng

All About Ginseng

Ginseng is a slow-growing plant mainly used for its benefits. It is short and has fleshy roots. It has green leaves like many other plants and the shape of its leaves is oval and flowers of green and yellow color. Facts about Ginseng It belongs to Ginseng Family. It has

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Health-Related Benefits of Ashwagandha

Best 5 Remarkable Health-Related Benefits of Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha is a key plant in Ayurvedic, a historic form of homeopathic remedies centered on Indian ideas of herbal remedies. For countless generations, folks have been using ashwagandha to release tension, boost energy, as well as improve attention. The ashwagandha plant, which is native to Mainland Southeast Asia, is a

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How Much Protein Can you Eat in Ketosis?

How Much Protein Can you Eat in Ketosis?

Why is Protein Important? Protein is one of the most important nutrients for the human body. It is essential for growth and repair, and it also helps to regulate many crucial bodily functions. Without enough protein, our bodies would be unable to heal from injuries or illness, build muscle, or

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A Safe Place to Talk and Room to Flourish

Geoffrey loves helping his grandparents out on their farm. Living with them for most of his life, he is eager for the day when he can drive the tractor on his own. He has many friends at school and here at Nexus Youth and Families too. Geoffrey has been participating

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Overcoming Life’s Hurdles, Igniting a Future

The senior year of High School can be overwhelming for a young person. They typically juggle classes, extracurricular activities, standardized tests, worry of graduation, and the beyond. Combine those things with mental health issues and an unstable home life, problems and situations often arise. Mary, 18 years old, found herself

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A Letter to You From a Former Client

To Nexus and its Supporters, In July of 2011 I was kicked out of my mom’s house and had nowhere to else to go. I stayed with my dad for a little bit, friends, and then back to my dad’s. It wasn’t working out for me so I had to

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Safe Place Spruces Up for Spring

This year, Nexus Youth and Families came together with program participants to celebrate Safe Place week and spruce up the area around the Auburn campus and Les Gove Park. Thanks to generous donations from the Federal Way and Kent Home Depot as well as the East Kent Hill Nursery, the

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