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Turmeric Benefits – What the Ancients Knew

11th November 2011
Is a cure for cancer still in the far distant future? In this new century, perhaps not. And if that cure involved curcumin, a known cancer fighter, the continuing research into it would be a gift from the ancient Asians of three thousand years ago. They k... Read >
Author: Carolyn

How To Prepare My Nigerian Recipe - Beans And Corn Dish

27th September 2011
Beans remains one of the most versatile foods of the legume family as it not only replaces worn out tissues and cells of the body but also strengthens the body components and vital organs. The dish for today is beans and corn which is also called "adal... Read >
Author: frankylevi

The Effectiveness of the Johanna Budwig Diet when Dealing with Cancer

07th September 2011
German research scientist Doctor Johanna Budwig had discovered a totally natural formula that not only protected someone from cancer but can, along with a strict diet fights cancer as well. Incurable people whom the orthodox medicine could do nothing for ... Read >
Author: alan-nz

Safe and Effective Cure for Chicken Pox

11th January 2011
I get asked constantly, "Is there a cure for Chicken Pox?" The answer's yes and no. No, at this time there isn’t a magical pill instant-fix "cure for Chicken Pox" that could relieve all your signs or symptoms right this particular second. YES, th... Read >
Author: Stefan Hall

Which Liver Supplements Work and How

06th May 2010
Liver supplements: The Liver is an important organ of the body that is extremely important to the overall health of the human. Constant supplies of antioxidants and nutrients will help a liver function properly. If a liver is not functioning properly... Read >
Author: denisewall

Dates Good Diabetics

02nd March 2010
Diabetes mellitus is a disease in which the glucose metabolism is influenced, causing the level of glucose in blood to increase. Glucose can be found in the urine too in patients who suffer of this emotions. The accumulation of glucose in blood is due to ... Read >
Author: Jarrett Mccarthy

Iron Is A Component Of Proteins Involved In The Transport Of Oxygen

17th September 2009
If you feel fatigue, anxiety and less energy after your work, you may have less level of iron in your body. Iron is very essential mineral for your body that fights against fatigue and increase your stamina. With the appropriate level of iron, you can nev... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

A Look at the Best Night Cream Ingredients

20th July 2009
If it contains the right ingredients a night cream can support your skin's natural rejuvenation processes, making you look younger when you wake up every morning. The latest cellular rejuvenation technology has revealed that we can delay and reverse the s... Read >
Author: Yu Morita

Top 5 Benefits of Reflexology

15th May 2009
In Reflexology the foot is the basis of natural healing. Reflexology is based on the premise that your body's organs, internal and external parts of the body are all connected to specific areas of the foot and hand. By applying pressure to these specific ... Read >
Author: FChothia

“Your mind is your best weapon”

20th January 2008
Change can happen in an instant. Change begins at the roots. Your thoughts lead to actions which lead to results. If you can change the programming that is in your mind then we can change the results. You can install and imprint new possibilities into... Read >
Author: Matt Bacak

How Our Emotions Are Created

07th April 2007
One thing I learned from watching "What the Bleep" is how our thoughts control our emotions. It's really fascinating AND once you get it, then you will be better able to control your thoughts and create new pathways for positive thought processes. Hopeful... Read >
Author: Gary Glasscock

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
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