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Why Do Organic Products Cost More?

11th May 2008
No doubt about it; you are going to shell out some more money if you purchase organic products for you and your family. Many individuals have no problem paying the extra money though, knowing that they are doing the right thing by buying healthy products ... Read >
Author: Cecilia

How to Cope with Hair Loss during Pregnancy -Part 2

21st January 2008
In the first part of this two-part series, we briefly looked at one of the causes of hair loss during pregnancy. However, increased hormonal activity and oestrogen secretion are not the only problems and factors influencing hair loss during pregnancy. Som... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

Why Good Eating Habits are Important

27th July 2007
Good eating habits are the foundation for good overall health. Poor eating habits, or lacking a good diet, means that your body is not getting the amount of nutrients it needs keep you healthy, active, and disease free. Exercise is very important too, but... Read >
Author: James Kronefield

Supplements For Pregnant Dogs

09th April 2007
It is imperative that you give your dog the best for its diet while it is pregnant and maintaining the supplements even after it is whelping. There is an assumption in dog owners that you should not ad vitamins or minerals to a dog unless it is sick or pr... Read >
Author: CharleyHwang

Are you having difficulties Conceiving a Child ?

28th March 2007
Are you having difficultiesConceiving a child?The clock is ticking and your hubby is at his prime. You have both been going at it for months and months and you're almost out of breath with no bambino to show for your efforts. Or perhaps you have conceived... Read >
Author: Scott Cansdell

Postnatal 'confinement' food Part 1

21st February 2007
During pregnancy, the baby is like a parasite and will take all the nutrients that he requires from you. If your diet is sufficient in nutrients for both, it does not cause any problems. If on the other hand your diet is insufficient for both, then your r... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

The Benefits of Sharing A Meal with Someone

13th December 2006
We focus a great deal on what to eat, when to eat and how to eat. But do you know that eating with someone is just as important as what you eat? In our fast-paced, hectic world, families are finding fewer moments for meals together and they are missing ou... Read >
Author: Mary Desaulniers

The Advantages Of Bottle Feeding

21st August 2006
All new mothers are advised to breastfeed. We're told that breast milk is best and that there are so many benefits to breastfeeding. So, is bottle feeding second best? Are there no advantages to bottle feeding your baby?Many mothers today are made to feel... Read >
Author: Robin OBrien

Dangers Of Breastfeeding

06th August 2006
It is universally acknowledged that breastfeeding your baby gives her the best start in life. The nutrients and antibodies in the mother's bloodstream are passed onto her child through breastfeeding, thus helping her baby to develop its own natural defenc... Read >
Author: Robin OBrien

Vitamin D - The Vitamin for Hair Loss

25th June 2006
It seems that the vitamin for hair loss is vitamin D. Research on mice shows that vitamin D, namely 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D regulates the expression of genes of the skin. When scientists knocked out those genes, the mice displayed vitamin D deficient symp... Read >
Author: Alastair Hall

Why You Need An Isagenix Body Cleansing Detoxification

16th June 2006
Copyright 2006 Stacey Zimmerman While in a perfect world, our body would cleanse itself from toxins naturally and with no problems, unfortunately, our bodies, though cable of many miraculous functions, are not ale to complete a body cleansing detoxific... Read >
Author: Stacey Zimmerman

Animals and The Melting Arctic Ice Cap

20th May 2006
The arguments for global warming can sound a bit vacuous when discussing temperature changes of only one degree. The impact of the melting Arctic ice cap on animals is much more tangible. Animals and The Melting Arctic Ice Cap There is little dispu... Read >
Author: Rick Chapo

Did Linus Pauling Invent a Cure for Angina & Heart Disease?

11th May 2006
Did Linus Pauling Invent a Cure for Angina & Heart Disease?In 1990 Dr. Linus Pauling was awarded a patent for histherapy that, he claimed, could prevent and cureatherosclerosis by using oral or intravenous dosages ofvitamin C, other antioxidant vitamins, ... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Make Your Lawn Greener Then Your Neighbor's.

09th May 2006
Everybody wants their lawn to be as green as possible, right? Especially when summertime gets closer, lawn care will be a high priority for lots of people. As you think about all that must be done, consider showing off a greener, healthier lawn than ever ... Read >
Author: Taylor Evans

4 Simple Solutions to Increase Your Daily Energy Levels. The Healthy Natural Way

31st March 2006
In today's society we are constantly challenged to keep things together whether its at home or at work. We are constantly on the go, and many of us have trouble keeping up, especially the older you get. Your lifestyle certainly has a lot to do with ... Read >
Author: Ashley Page
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