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A Ketogenic Diet Will Help With More Than Only Losing Weight

25th November 2014
A ketogenic diet is a unique sort of diet that is very low in carbohydrates. Also, they are referred to as "ketosis" diets. As you may know, carbohydrate foods are classified as the bodys main source of energy. These are broken down and the actual energy ... Read >
Author: cbledsoe

Solar Path Lights

17th August 2014
If you have a nice back garden with a few paths winding their way around the garden and decorating the back yard with some pretty little walkways, you will probably have heard of solar path lights. In recent years solar lighting for pathways has become ... Read >
Author: George Wilde

The Top Fitness Foods

16th May 2013
Did you know that by eating the right foods before and after your workout you can give yourself more energy, burn fat more efficiently and have more strength? A healthy diet goes hand in hand with fresh food delivery and a fitness routine and when your bo... Read >
Author: Jess Baines

Limitations of CFL Light Bulbs

02nd February 2012
Although CFLs are an excellent source of energy-efficient lighting, they are not always the best choice for all lighting applications. Here are a few limitations to consider: - On/Off cycling: CFLs are sensitive to frequent on/off cycling. Their rated l... Read >
Author: Alex Sanders

How to Build Muscle Fast If You’re a Mesomorph

17th January 2012
When it comes to building muscle Mesomorphs have it some what made. If you think of the different somatypes (body types) on a straight line with one side being those who experience the hardest time gaining weight (Ectomorphs) on one side and those who ha... Read >
Author: Rich K

A Ketogenic Diet Program Can Certainly Help With Much More Than Just Losing Weight

06th June 2011
A ketogenic weight loss program is a particular type of diet that is extremely low in carbohydrates. They're also referred to as "ketosis" diets. As you may already know, carbohydrates are often the bodys key source of energy. They are broken down and the... Read >
Author: Whing Particia

Advantages of Red, White and Yellow Ginseng

16th May 2011
The most popular healing of herbs throughout Asia is without a doubt Ginseng. The effects of ginseng and panax ginseng have already been utilized in China as far back as 5000 years ago. These details suggest that ginseng boosts strength as well as total p... Read >
Author: Albert Roth

The Many Uses of Glow Sticks: Beyond Glow in the Dark Bracelets

04th May 2011
Glow sticks are unique. They may be most commonly used to make glow in the dark bracelets and glow in the dark necklaces for parties, but the characteristics which make them great fun in clubs make them indispensable in many other areas. Glow stick techno... Read >
Author: James Cameron

Recycling and Refilling Printer Cartridges: Eco-Friendly and Economical

24th March 2011
Landfills receive million tons of printer ink and toner cartridges every year. These were thrown away by people who are not aware that cartridges can be recycled or refilled instead of dumping them in landfills. There are significant environmental reasons... Read >
Author: RaymundCamat

Plant Trees to Save the Earth and Environment

18th February 2011
As we all know that the temperature our planet has goes up day by day. Over the last few years with the changing weather conditions, higher temperature in summer and floods in the spring. We need to do something on a universal scale to solve this problem.... Read >
Author: Bradley

Elder Care and Holiday Health: Why Seniors Crave Sweets

14th January 2011
With the holidays upon us, you may need to hide the candy from both your children and ... your grandparents! More and more studies have found many people over the age of 70 crave sweets. Why? Because as we age, we have fewer and fewer taste buds and... Read >
Author: Lynn Grayson

How To Make A Homemade Wind Turbine On Your Own

05th October 2010
Another alternative and renewable source of energy, aside from solar power, is wind energy. This type of energy can be harnessed from the wind and can be converted and utilized to power your entire home, office or farm, but you may have heard about how ex... Read >
Author: Chloe allen

An Overview of Solar Water Heater Industry in India

04th October 2010
The global market of non-conventional energy resources has witnessed a rise in demand of solar water heaters. A solar water heater makes use of renewable source of energy and this makes it a widely accepted choice in various countries like China, Australi... Read >
Author: Vaiv Jais

The Dangers of Metformin for PCOS

16th September 2010
Metformin is a drug that is typically prescribed to women with PCOS that are suffering from a diabetes-like insulin resistance. It is also prescribed to women with PCOS trying to conceive. Metformin appears to work in three ways. First, it decreases th... Read >
Author: HollyG

Avoid Too Much Sugar to Stop Tiredness

25th August 2010
Do you have a sweet tooth? Do you constantly crave for sweet-tasting foods? Do you make sure you have a chocolate bar after breakfast, lunch and dinner? Now, how do you feel after eating sweets? Excessive tiredness and sleepiness? Perhaps both, because th... Read >
Author: Chloe Wodard
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