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What is the history behind Oxygen therapy?

03rd January 2012
The history of putting oxygen concentrator-releasing substances into the body follows several tracks. Interest in ozone dates back to oxygen concentrators the mid-1800s in Germany, where it was claimed to purify blood. During World War I, doctors used ozo... Read >
Author: ericzeng

The Best Brain Power Supplement: Ginkgo Biloba

24th March 2010
This ancient Chinese herb is an extract made from the leaf of the Ginkgo tree. It is the most well-documented plant extract used to support brain function - there are more than 1,000 studies of Ginkgo Biloba from all over the world. The consensus is that ... Read >
Author: Freeman Brock

Healthy Diet for Acne Prone Skin

07th August 2009
Don't eat that - you'll get zits! We've all heard it; from parents, friends or even the family doctor. But the fact is, even after extensive study, scientists have not found a connection between diet and acne. Not chocolate. Not french fries. Not ... Read >
Author: spuunman

Choosing the Best Multi-Vitamin

09th March 2009
In a perfect world our nutritional needs would be met by a healthy and balanced diet. . But very rarely does that happen, between the fast-paced lifestyle Americans lead and the ever declining nutritional value of junk food we are often left with a nutrit... Read >
Author: Kevin Agrawal

Beta-Sitosterol and Prostate Health

06th October 2008
Beta-sitosterol is a phytosterol or plant sterol. The structure of beta-sitosterol is similar to that of cholesterol. There are many plant sources of beta-sitosterol such as wheat germ, rice bran, flax seeds, peanuts, soybeans, pumpkin seeds and corn oil.... Read >
Author: Kevin Agrawal
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