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Women Over 40: A Blood Sugar Hormone Makes You Fat And What To Do About It

09th April 2009
Women over 40 experience a lot of hormone changes. If you want to lose weight permanently as a woman over 40 you should pay some attention to insulin. It can prevent your ability to lose weight permanently and make you fat instead. And that's the reason f... Read >
Author: Perry Permann

Hypoglycemia - How to Overcome 'Brain Fog' and Mood Swings

13th January 2009
To understand "brain fog", one of hypoglycemia's symptoms, you need an understanding of the basics of your body's low blood sugar levels.To get the required energy for 24 hours, most people only eat three times a day. Any breakdown in the system of provid... Read >
Author: Noel Glass

Stop Drinking Alcohol ..Quitting Drinking and its Benefits

05th September 2008
If you are like many Americans, you may drink alcohol occasionally. Or, like others, you may drink moderate amounts of alcohol on a more regular basis. The long-term effects of bad habits are rarely sufficient to motivate people to change their lives. ... Read >
Author: EdPhilips

How Digestive Enzymes Can Help

14th August 2008
As a now 33 year old woman, I have struggled on and off with digestive issues, including bouts with IBS, or Irritable Bowel Syndrome, and various types of indigestion, but mainly "acid indigestion" which is basically just a sour stomach from eating variou... Read >
Author: Danna Schneider

Gemfibrozil Lopid - Things You Must Know.

06th June 2008
Gemfibrozil Lopid - when administered together with a special diet - is effective in treating really high serum triglycerides levels that may lead to inflammation of the pancreas (a condition known as pancreatitis). Serum triglycerides are fatty compounds... Read >
Author: Mike Silverstone

Phase 2 Starch Neutralizer for Easy Weight Loss

26th March 2008
Phase 2 Starch Neutralizer is an all-natural nutritional ingredient derived from the white kidney bean (Phaseolus vulgaris). Phase 2 is the first nutritional ingredient that has been clinically and scientifically proven to neutralize starch found in i... Read >
Author: MaxHealth

Minimize Skin Scarring

13th August 2007
Skin scars occur when the deep, thick layer of skin (the dermis) is damaged. Scars are areas of fibrous tissue that replace normal skin after injury. Scar tissue is not identical to the tissue which it replaces and is usually of inferior functional qualit... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen

Signs of EPI in the German Shepherd Dog

25th July 2007
In all dogs diagnosed to have Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency, the German Shepherd Dog is very often seen as well as the Rough-coated Collie. One estimate shows that about 70% of all dogs diagnosed with EPI are German Shepherds while 20% are Rough-coate... Read >
Author: spitfiregsd

How Vegetable Juicing Helps With Acute Pancreatitis

08th June 2007
An effective way to incorporate more vegetables into a diet is through juicing. Pancreatitis is effectively treated and improved by a diet rich in plant-based foods. Pancreatitis is a term that refers to the inflammation of the pancreas. The panc... Read >
Author: Alien

Are Pistachios the New Anti-Acne Food?

06th May 2007
Copyright (c) 2007 Naweko Nicole Dial Pistachios boast the skin enriching nutrients vitamins A, C and E plus, zinc and folic acid. Yet, new research from University of Toronto's Department of Nutritional Sciences could add pistachios to a growing list ... Read >
Author: Naweko Nicole Dial

KAPALBHATI AND ANULOMVILOM

09th February 2007
Pranayama consisting of Kapalbhati and Anulomvilom are the cornerstones for health, vigor and vitality. These two yogic exercises keep all maladies at bay and have multiferous benefits on the wellness of the individual. Start with 5 minutes each of both t... Read >
Author: sudhakar natarajan

March is Diabetes Awareness Month. The Facts About Diabetes

30th January 2007
Dr. Yesnick will be providing FREE Diabetes eye consultations during the month of March to increase awareness in Las Vegas! Call (702) 966 2020 or visit DiabetesEyeDoctor.com The Facts About Diabetes: March is Diabetes Awareness Month to Educate the... Read >
Author: Thomas Berten

What Did You Eat for Breakfast?

18th August 2005
"What Did You Have For Breakfast?" Why is eating a good breakfast so important? Let's find out. What did you have for breakfast? Nothing? Sweet roll and juice, donuts and coffee. Or bacon, eggs, toast with jam, juice, milk. What you eat for breakfast dete... Read >
Author: Kathy Thompson
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