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22 January 2018


  • Cholesterol

    by - May 28, 2015
    Cholesterol   Cholesterol is often thought of as “bad” and to be avoided. However, the body requires cholesterol for nerve and cell function, including liver function, the production of the steroid hormones, including vitamin D, and...
  • This is what is in your GMO FOODS!!

    by - May 8, 2015
    Never-Before-Seen-Evidence points to genetically engineered foods as a major contributor to rising disease rates in the US population, especially among children. Gastrointestinal disorders, allergies, inflammatory diseases, and infertility are just some of the problems implicated in...
  • 100 Ways Exercise Will Enrich the Quality of Your Life

    by - Apr 27, 2015
    100 Ways Exercise Will Enrich the Quality of Your Life • 1. Increases your self confidence and self esteem 2. Improves your digestion 3. Helps you to sleep better 4. Gives you more energy 5. Adds...
  • Raw Food

    by - Apr 20, 2015
    Turn off your oven. Shut off the stove. There’s no cooking required on the raw food diet. Instead of cooking, you’ll be spending your time juicing, sprouting and dehydrating your fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts and seeds. While...
  • Herbs in Cooking

    by - Apr 3, 2015
    : Herbs in Cooking I love using herbs with everything I make in the kitchen. Old Bay is one of my favorites growing up as a kid, this is a Baltimore Maryland thing. It is spreading...
  • by - Mar 26, 2015
    This is a great point to what I have been saying for sooo long>>> Cardio training has really been taking a beating recently. In the strength-training world, it’s become trendy and fashionable to make a name...
  • Examples of medicinal uses

    by - Mar 20, 2015
    Today I am going to talk two primary therapeutic actions and medicinal uses of evening primrose, feverfew, ginger, motherwort, and red raspberry. Feverfew and Evening primrose’s infusions are used as a sedative for its astringent and...
  • Should I be concerned about the Placebo Effect

    by - Mar 12, 2015
    I have watched for years as the debate rages on about various so called “alternative” treatments and the placebo effect. First of all, before we get into the particulars of any debate, we must define the...
  • Vitamin A

    by - Mar 11, 2015
    Vitamin A Vitamin A deficiency (VAD), according to the World Health Organization, is the leading cause of preventable blindness in children. There is also an increase of diseases and death from severe infections. It helps protect...
  • Why Alkalinity Affects Your Ability To Build Muscle And Stay Healthy

    by - Mar 3, 2015
    Why Alkalinity Affects Your Ability To Build Muscle And Stay Healthy Depending on the fitness, health and nutrition circles you run in you might have heard the term “alkalinity”. Most have a surface knowledge of what...

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