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Acne Skincare How to Get a Glowing Complexion

15th May 2008
There are many people who eat healthy foods and still have acne. They eat foods rich in antioxidants, drink lots of pure water, sleep well every night, exercise, but they still get acne. All of those things are important for a glowing complexion, but they... Read >
Author: Zeya Lewis

The Probiotic Bifidus Longum Can Boost Digestion, The Immune System And More

07th April 2008
Prior to discussing how you can boost digestion with bifidus longum probiotics, let's first have a look at probiotics in general and why they are so beneficial to us. Probiotics are also known as microflora, and are beneficial organisms that live in y... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

How Can Zoloft Help With Irritable Bowel Syndrome

24th February 2008
Most people who suffer from irritable bowel syndrome are first introduced to an anti-spasmodic drug when they are initially diagnosed.  However, you could have received a low dosage of an anti-diarrhea medication or antidepressant instead.To be honest, t... Read >
Author: Jessica Bradbury

The Causes and Treatments for IBS Paresthesia

11th February 2008
Paresthesia is having a sensation of pricking, tingling or numbness of the skin with no apparent cause.  The feeling of needles and pins can literally drive a person up a wall.  I know because I not only suffer from diabetic neuropathy but paresthesia ... Read >
Author: Jessica Bradbury

Detoxification and Colon Cleansing

03rd August 2006
- by Hermann Keppler, Naturopath, Principal of the College of Naturopathic Medicine Detoxification and cleansing is key to optimal health, more energy, vitality and a better immune system. Only a clean body is able to absorb vitamins and minerals on... Read >
Author: Hermann Keppler

Alcohol and Smoking Effects on IBS and IBD

12th June 2006
There is an established connection between smoking and inflammatory bowel disease. What puzzle researchers is how smoking can have an opposite effect on ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease patients who smoke. Cigarette smoking triggers opposite respons... Read >
Author: Geraint Roberts

Valerian Use as Sleep Aid and as an Anxiety Fighter

16th March 2006
What Is Valerian? For centuries, the tall perennial herb with pinkish flowers known as valerian (Valeriana officinalis) has been enlisted to help restless insomniacs get a sound nights sleep. Today this mild, nonaddictive sedative is quite popular both ... Read >
Author: Home herb

Health Effects of Eating Fiber

14th February 2006
What is Fiber?Fiber is the indigestible part of all plant foods, including fruits, vegetables, grains, and beans. It is not found in meat or any other animal foods. Most Fiber-rich foods contain both soluble and insoluble Fiber. Soluble fiber dissolves in... Read >
Author: shera jim
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