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Collagen and Elastin Enhancers Must Stimulate Your Body To Produce More Collagen

17th January 2009
I don't know much about you, but if you found this article you must be interested in collagen and elastin enhancers. You could be getting to the age where your body doesn't produce as much collagen and elastin as it once did. The fine lines and wrinkles a... Read >
Author: J E Ruby

What To Eat Before A Workout- Pre-Workout Nutrition

09th January 2009
Before I get into the what, I will first talk about the why? When you eat before a workout, at least a ½ hour, you ensure that the body will be fueled to last through the entire session. You wouldn't try and drive out of state on a ¼ of a tank would you... Read >
Author: Jason Yun

Vitamin C Deficiency, Overdose of Vitamin C

16th December 2008
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is a weak acid that aids in various metabolic process and helps prevent disease. It is also an antioxidant, eliminating free radicals which cause cell damage and impair the immune system. Vitamin C deficiency makes a person prone... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Cellulite Essentials - How to improve the look of your skin

29th February 2008
Cellulite is definitely not a girl's best friend, it looks unsightly and is certainly one of the things that most women would love to get rid of. But what is it? And how can I get rid of it? I hear you ask. Cellulite is a build up of toxins in the ... Read >
Author: Dianne

Delivering Your Baby: The Early Labor Signs

10th June 2007
When you conceive and become pregnant, your body begins to prepare for giving birth and, at the same time, it nurtures the fragile fetus growing in your womb. Full-term pregnancy is considered to last 38 or 40 weeks. When the length is calculated from the... Read >
Author: Lena Leino

What Enzymes Do For A Body As Proteins

13th August 2006
What Enzymes Do For A Body As Proteins Our body has a lot of biological functional units such as digestive system, nervous system and blood circulatory functions etc. Each functional unit requires some sort of energy to perform its function and enzymes... Read >
Author: tom willson

PCOS and Fertility - A Low Carb Diet May Help

25th April 2006
PCOS is a condition that has a strong impact on a woman's fertility, and affects between 5% to 10% of women of child bearing age. Because a woman's body doesn't produce enough eggs when she suffers from PCOS, it can cause infertility and contribute to dif... Read >
Author: Rebecca Prescott
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