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Diet for Your Body Type

11th December 2009
THE FOUR BODY TYPES Each of these shapes is labeled for the weakened gland causing it: Adrenal, ovary, thyroid and liver. Each also has particular cravings, pains, sensations, or occurrences associated with each. Adrenal Body Type Stages 1.) Adrenal.... Read >
Author: Dr. Eric Berg

Kidney problems -Cleaning your kidney

25th September 2009
Today, the food we eat, the water we drink and the air we breathe are contaminated with the poison of tons of equipment. This is encouraging each of us wants to suffer some kind of detoxification chart if we maintain our strength and well-being. Detoxific... Read >
Author: Dr. Mital John

Cushing's Syndrome and Back Pain

07th September 2009
Hypercortisolism is a long medical term that defines Cushing's syndrome. Cushing's syndrome is a hyperactive disorder that affects the adrenal cortex and results in excessive secretion of cortisol, which is passed from Glucocorticoids. Cushing's syndrome ... Read >
Author: Richie Lindsay

Adrenal Fatigue - Symptoms and Treatment

28th July 2009
Adrenal Fatigue should not be confused with Addison's disease, which is a condition where the Adrenal Glands simply shut down. Addison's is often caused by autoimmune dysfunction, while Adrenal Fatigue is typically brought on by stress. The History And Fu... Read >
Author: HealthRemedies

Hypoglycemia - The Condition and Ways to Fight Hypoglycemia

23rd June 2009
Hypoglycemia is a condition in which pancreas create excess amount of insulin in response to high and repeated intake of sugar. Excess insulin lowers blood sugar levels drastically causing problems like nausea, blurred vision, headaches, fatigue and irrit... Read >
Author: Hamilton Erridge

What is Hypoglycemia - Its Definition and Treatment

23rd June 2009
The condition of Hypoglycemia occurs when pancreas produce too much insulin in response to high sugar intake. High levels of insulin lower blood sugar drastically and result in symptoms like fatigue, depression, blurred vision, headaches and nausea. Two k... Read >
Author: Hamilton Erridge

The Role of Testosterone in the Bodies of Athletes

01st May 2009
Testosterone is often mentioned in conjunction with athletes and body building. What exactly is the role of testosterone and body building? Why do athletes need to have increased testosterone?The Back StoryTestosterone is a naturally occurring steroid hor... Read >
Author: Evan O’Rourke

The Danger Of Anxiety Attacks Symptoms And How To Cure It ?

26th April 2009
What are the causes of the anxiety attacks symptoms and how do you actually cope or even better, get rid of it altogether ? One of the key to solving this whole pressing issue is to understanding how anxiety builds up, leading to an attack. Once you u... Read >
Author: Kenji Tay

The Importance of Strengthening Kidney Energy

31st December 2008
The kidney energy is the basis energy in the body. Its energy pattern pursues extremely intimately to the spine, all the way into the cervical vertebra.With no sturdy kidney energy, the body cannot keep the calcium that it absorbs. A number of calcium can... Read >
Author: Mc Raflesia

How Frequencies of Isochronic Tones Work

30th December 2008
One of the most popular aspects of isochronic tones deals with how they sound. Isochronic tones are used as a means of helping to get brain patterns to synchronize with the sounds. This works through the frequencies of isochronic tones. These tones deal w... Read >
Author: onlineincoypq

Panic Attacks and Natural Menopause Relief

20th August 2008
When my friend arrived at the airport to fly to Norway, she began panicking. Her breathing became erratic, her heart was racing, she was shaking and thought it was a heart attack. This was my first exposure to a panic attack. Eventually we discovered the ... Read >
Author: Randy Hough

Menstruation – Abnormal, Irregular, Early and During Pregnancy

29th July 2008
Menstruation is a considered necessary part of a women's life, and it is a healthy phenomenon although better have its inconvenience and annoyances for the duration of menstruation. Your period should be get nearer commonly every 28 days, 3-4 days period ... Read >
Author: dr rony

Adrenal fatigue - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

14th July 2008
Adrenal fatigue is a label applied to a collection of nonspecific symptoms, such as body aches, fatigue, nervousness, sleep disturbances and digestive problems. The term often shows up in popular health books and on alternative medicine Web sites, but it ... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Eliminate Stretch Marks: All-Natural, Fast Remedies for Removing Stretch Marks

18th April 2007
Do you passionately want to eliminate your stretch marks? Well, if you follow the steps outlined in this article, you can. Regardless, of whether your stretch marks are the results of losing an excesive amount of weight, body building, pregnancy, or putti... Read >
Author: Geraldine Prickett

Cutting Through the Controversy DHEA & Lupus Treatment

27th March 2007
Lupus disease is an autoimmune disorder that can affect any part of the body, but more commonly affects the skin. It can occur at any age (though it is more common in 15 to 45 year olds), in both men and women (but more common in women), and there is know... Read >
Author: Mitamins Team
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