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CoQ10 Benefits Include Increased Energy, Endurance, and Mental Alertness

12th June 2009
Since Coemzyme Q10 was discovered in the late 1950s, clinical research has proven it to be one of the most powerful of the body's natural antioxidants. While study of its potential as a disease preventative is ongoing, millions can attest that CoQ10 benef... Read >
Author: RA Butters

Honey as Moisturizer for Skin Hydration?

13th May 2009
Some marketers of best selling body moisturizers containing honey refer to this ingredient as a natural moisturizer. Though honey is certainly good for your skin, and is a wonderful moisturizing skin cream and lotion ingredient, its actual skin hydrating ... Read >
Author: Robyn James

Natural Advantage Beauty Products Leave Out Proven Ingredients for Old Tricks

13th March 2009
Additional information on Natural Advantage can be found at beautyblogtalk.com, a site that offers first hand information on beauty products. Want to learn more about Natural Advantage Find a thorough analysis of this product, and many more, at beautiful... Read >
Author: ErinBlakes

How Coconut Oil Is Good For Skin

24th February 2009
The standard unguent is one that is made from an oil that not only softens the skin, but protects it against scratch, promotes curative and gives it a younger, wholesome appearance. Coconut oiled hysterics that description. Once a gratis-radical sig... Read >
Author: Jaden Santon

Selenium and Prostate Health

06th October 2008
Selenium is a powerful antioxidant which researchers have found to be particularly effective in supporting   healthy prostate functioning. It is an essential trace mineral that functions largely in the form of proteins, called selenoproteins, which act ... Read >
Author: Kevin Agrawal

Brahmi - Herbal Brain Tonic to Increase Memory

15th March 2007
General Description The traditionally venerated brahmi of Ayurvedic medicine is popular as water hyssop in the west. Other popular names used in different parts of the world are thyme-leafed gratiola and moneywort. It is an indigenous Indian herb which... Read >
Author: Dr John Anne
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