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Important Health Benefits To Black Tea

13th March 2009
For thousands of years, the Chinese people have been drinking tea because of its refreshing and soothing effects. Like all three of the major Asian teas in the market, black tea comes from the plant called Camellia sinensis. But the difference between the... Read >
Author: Jonas Smith

Ride on Nitrogen Inflated Tyres

09th March 2009
Gone are the days when tyres were filled only with the air. Now just like replacing or upgrading other car components we can also replace the air tyres with nitrogen filled tyres. Nitrogen is was used in aircraft tyres, military vehicles, racing bikes ... Read >
Author: Carazoo

What's Really the Best Way to Firm Up Loose, Sagging Skin?

10th February 2009
Let me ask you a simple question... Are you completely fed up with skin care promises? Are you still faced with your own loose, sagging skin after years and a lot of money spent on "top-rated" skin care products? The big names in skin care, promoted... Read >
Author: Kathryn Lane

What does L-Carnosine do for your skin?

16th January 2009
The construction of a human body begins with cells which then multiply rapidly to provide the required structure and shape to different organs. When a person ages or falls ill, cells are under attach and may be unable to maintain their healthy functions a... Read >
Author: Alan Cris

Acne: Ceasing Oxidation May be all the Remedy You Need

11th December 2008
Acne is a disease of oxidation. Oxidation influences acne through internal hormone function and by the use of strong oxidizers similar to benzyl peroxide.Benzyl peroxide is the most bought over-the-counter medication used to fight acne. It works by gettin... Read >
Author: Tatw

Questionnaire on Glyconutrition to Take to Your Doctor:

06th October 2006
Questionnaire to Take to Your Doctor: Questions to Ask Your Doctor about Chronic & Autoimmune Diseases by Dr. Robert Gamble Cardio-Vascular and Thoracic Surgeon (retired) Medical Researcher 1. Is my disease condition a "chronic" disease? Answer: If... Read >
Author: Dr Robert Gamble

5 Tips on How to Avoid a False DUI Breathalyzer Result

27th March 2006
Let's say you had a drink or two but don't feel you are under the influence of alcohol. However, you are arrested on suspicion of drunk driving and offered the choice of taking a breath or blood test (or, in some states, urine). Most DUI suspects choose t... Read >
Author: Lawrence Taylor

The Ideal Wine Cellar Temperature

21st March 2006
The ideal temperature to store wines is between 55F and 58F (13C15C). However, any temperature between 4065F (518C) will suffice as long as it remains constant. The degree and the speed of the temperature change are critical. A gradual chang... Read >
Author: Chris Miley
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