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The Honeybees and Their Secretes: What is Honey?

02nd May 2012
Have you ever asked yourself what is honey? If you have, then you should know that honey is often used as an alternative sweetener and flavoring for different foods and beverages in a lot of households all over the world. It is composed of varying prop... Read >
Author: ovidiucb

Understanding the Glycemic Index and the Glycemic Load

25th October 2011
Are you interested in maintaining a healthy weight and a high energy level? Do you want to avoid feelings of hunger and fatigue? Have you noticed that you become lethargic after eating certain foods? Eating healthy… can be confusing and a frustrating ta... Read >
Author: Matthew Speesler

Healing PCOS with Supplements

01st October 2010
There are quite a few vitamins and minerals that are shown to be profoundly helpful to PCOS sufferers. Don't be intimidated by this list! Most of these things can be found in a really good multi-vitamin. Also, I would like to point out that there is a str... Read >
Author: HollyG

Natural Herbs Lower the Blood Sugar Level

25th May 2010
Before listing the tips on how to lower blood sugar, one must be familiar with what it really means high blood sugar. It is precisely defined as a high level of sugar glucose in the blood otherwise phrased as' the spillage of glucose in the urine (glucosu... Read >
Author: amarisbrown

Why Not Use Honey Instead Of Sugar To Sweeten Your Your Tea?

25th February 2010
One of life's purest pleasures is a cup of steaming tea. Some like it pure but most like it sweet. Adding sugar is by far the most common way of sweetening tea. Common table sugar (sucrose) is comprised of fructose and glucose. While sugar satisfies a nat... Read >
Author: Alonzo Green

Liver Cancer Treatment India - Types Of Treatment & Cost In India

24th September 2009
Liver Cancer In India Primary liver cancer begins in the cells of the liver itself. Although many cancers are declining in the United States, new cases of primary liver cancer are increasing.Cancers that commonly spread to the liver include colon, lung a... Read >
Author: WeCareIndia

Causes of Diabetes, Is Diabetes Genetic or Environmental

15th June 2009
If you have been paying attention to the news at all, you know that diabetes is quickly becoming one of the most common ailments in the United States and many parts of Europe. Some have even said that the prevalence is reaching epidemic proportions. Why? ... Read >
Author: John Adison

Hypoglycemia - How to Overcome 'Brain Fog' and Mood Swings

13th January 2009
To understand "brain fog", one of hypoglycemia's symptoms, you need an understanding of the basics of your body's low blood sugar levels.To get the required energy for 24 hours, most people only eat three times a day. Any breakdown in the system of provid... Read >
Author: Noel Glass

Overtrain Your Body and Burnout Will Sap Your Strength

06th January 2009
It is imperative that hard training is necessary to gain muscle size and strength. However this intense work also has the capability to break you down and make you weaker. What is the dividing line between growth and decline in musculature training? Rest,... Read >
Author: glchandler

A Diabetic's Guide to Understanding Glycemic Index

17th December 2008
A Diabetic's Guide to Understanding Glycemic Index Beating Diabetes Without Meds Diabetics are bombarded with discussion about losing weight and controlling blood sugar by utilizing the glycemic index or glycemic load. But that is of little help if ... Read >
Author: tomenelson

Are Pistachios the New Anti-Acne Food?

06th May 2007
Copyright (c) 2007 Naweko Nicole Dial Pistachios boast the skin enriching nutrients vitamins A, C and E plus, zinc and folic acid. Yet, new research from University of Toronto's Department of Nutritional Sciences could add pistachios to a growing list ... Read >
Author: Naweko Nicole Dial
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