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Neurotransmitter Testing: How Detecting Neurotransmitter Imbalance Can Help You to Feel Better, Fast

13th April 2009
Neurotransmitters, chemicals in our brains that work as messengers between brain cells, are responsible for most of what goes on in our bodies. They regulate our behavior, our emotions, our ability to learn, and the way we sleep. When these chemicals are ... Read >
Author: Valerie

Alzheimer's: Caused By RAGE, Plaques And Tangles

10th April 2009
Alzheimer's disease is a form of brain damage strongly associated with increasing age and is aggravated by several underlying factors such as chronic inflammation, oxidative stress (free radical damage), toxic metal accumulation and poor blood circulation... Read >
Author: Keith Scott MD

Vitamins Can Support The Cardiovascular System And Fight Inflammation

17th March 2009
Inflammation is a normal part of the body's defense against pathogens. The increase in body temperature, flood of toxic free radicals and inflammation-signaling proteins, and release of killer macrophage cells are the main signs of an inflammatory event t... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Are Your Food Choices Causing Your Cold Sores?

08th January 2009
The foods we eat can either cause or prevent cold sores. Nutrition is probably the least talked about in regard to cold sores but food is a very powerful cold sore treatment.This article does not offer specific recipes, but it does reveal the cold sore pr... Read >
Author: Denny Bodoh

Cold Sores - Amazing Facts About Your Cold Sore

23rd September 2008
WHAT ARE COLD SORES? Cold sores are ugly and quite painful blister type sores that normally occur on the edge of the lip or nose. They can and will occur anywhere on the body where the virus can find its way through a crack in the skin. The replicat... Read >
Author: Denny Bodoh

Stop Cold Sores and Heal Your Cold Sore in Half the Time

15th September 2008
Knowing how to stop cold sores and heal your cold sore in half the time could be quite important to you if you have an important event occurring soon. Quite frankly, there is no good time to have a cold sore - but why do they happen at the WORST TIMES... Read >
Author: Denny Bodoh

How To Get Rid of Cold Sores and Enjoy Great Cold Sore Relief

05th September 2008
How to get rid of cold sores? In this article, you will learn how to get rid of cold sores, oral herpes and fever blisters with basic and well-proven procedures everyone should be using today. Knowing how to get rid of cold sores has been made confusin... Read >
Author: Denny Bodoh

What Causes Cold Sores - Know The Cold Sore Triggers

24th July 2008
What causes cold sores, fever blisters and oral herpes? If you will let me right now, I will reveal what causes cold sores in most sufferers.The root of what causes cold sores in everyone is the herpes simplex virus - type 1 and 2.Commonly the herpes viru... Read >
Author: Denny Bodoh

Cold Sore Lysine - How To Use It for Your Cold Sores

26th February 2008
Cold sore lysine - does it really help cold sores or is it just so much hype? Now you can know the truth. By the time you finish this article, you will discover some little known facts about cold sore lysine treatment options.Cold sore lysine has been muc... Read >
Author: Denny Bodoh

Treating a Cold Sore - Fast Relief of Your Cold Sores

11th February 2008
Treating a cold sore with these time-proven methods will give you quick, lasting success. Read this informative article now. You will get some proven and excellent techniques for treating a cold sore. Treating a cold sore is really a pain. They are uns... Read >
Author: Denny Bodoh

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

Foods To Avoid With Cold Sores - Treatment and Prevention

29th January 2008
Foods to avoid with cold sores are foods that are high in arginine and low in lysine. Get to know these specific foods and you will be amazed how quickly cold sores disappear. Perhaps you have heard - arginine and lysine are two amino acids (protein fr... Read >
Author: Denny Bodoh

Foods To Avoid With Cold Sores, Fever Blisters and Oral Herpes

28th January 2008
Foods to avoid with cold sores are those that are particularly high in arginine and have low levels of lysine. In this article you will learn about the key foods that have the biggest effect on your cold sores.Lysine and arginine are two common amino acid... Read >
Author: Denny Bodoh

Cold Sore Cures - The Latest News About Curing Cold Sores

17th January 2008
Who can you believe these days? Some medical authorities claim there is no such thing as a cold sore cure. Other, just as credible experts, claim cold sore cures are very real today. Who is telling the truth? THEY ARE BOTH RIGHT. The confusion ... Read >
Author: Denny Bodoh

Quick and Easy Cold Sore Treatment

30th May 2007
Are you searching for a fast and effective cold sore treatment? Thousands of cold sore folks like you and I are doing just that every day. If you have a special event happening soon you need to get rid of your cold sore fast. Hey - do not spend you... Read >
Author: Denny Bodoh
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