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5 Hypothyroidism Natural Treatments To Avoid The Treadmill

04th May 2011
A couple of years ago I was diagnosed with Hypothyroidism; and as many people do, I immediately started with the treatment recommended by my doctor; Daily medication and regular blood tests to monitor my thyroid levels. I was handed this solution has fate... Read >
Author: Michelle Hague

Diet regime For Iron Deficiency Anemia

27th April 2011
If your entire body is deficient in its retailers of iron, it can lead to anemia. If the iron retailers develop into depleted, then your synthesis of hemoglobin can be inhibited. Signs or symptoms of anemia include pallor, reduction of urge for food, inso... Read >
Author: Logan Stout

Why Vegemite Is Bad For You

17th January 2011
I subscribe to a good number of newsletters, some from physicians, some from financial experts (if there is such a thing) and I get a number of health and fitness letters. Lately the health and fitness dudes (and dudettes) have been sounding the alarm b... Read >
Author: Dr. Bill

3 Veggies Which AssistTo Burn Abdominal Fat

08th September 2010
Certain veggies that truly assist to promote the burning of belly fat? Sounds ridiculous right? Well, look at this below and you should understand why it isn't so far fetched. First of all, one fact that you may possibly not have realized is... Read >
Author: Jan

Certain Foods that Will Hurt Your Thyroid Gland

13th July 2010
The thyroid gland is an important gland that is located in the neck area and it makes certain hormones that are important to your body and the way that it functions. Some people deal with hypothyroidism, which occurs when the thyroid is underactive. Oth... Read >
Author: briangarvin

Can't Tolerate Dairy? You Still Need Calcium in Your Diet

03rd June 2010
Let's say you've tried to cut down on dairy in your diet, or eliminate it altogether, to help relieve the digestive discomfort caused by lactose intolerance. Anyone who has had episodes of the gas, bloating, pain and diarrhea that occur from consuming mil... Read >
Author: Sandy Malek

Concentrated Antioxidants - What Are The Best Natural Sources

30th September 2009
Each day we hear of the advantages of Antioxidants. I know many of us are already very aware of what antioxidants are and the advantages they have on our health in general. Few of us really know the sources of antioxidants. Our standard meal doesn't al... Read >
Author: Brad Bahr

Food Restrictions for Gout - What Can I Eat?

01st December 2008
As you know, if you have been diagnosed with gout there are some foods that you need to stay away from to avoid having an attack of painful gout. More than likely after you left your doctor's office and began to look at the list of foods restrictions for ... Read >
Author: Alvin Hopkinson

Why are Cabbage Family vegetables called:

16th January 2007
Cruciferous Vegetables are considered to be the "miracle foods" of the vegetable world. From a health perspective, these vegetables are one of the most important groups of vegetables. Cruciferous - A term referring to vegetables in the cabbage family ... Read >
Author: Monte Luxley
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