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How To Lose Fat

17th January 2012
How to lose fat: a.Diet and nutrition; diet is important in fat loss and varies from one food group to the other as explained below: Taking whole unprocessed grains/cereals; these foods are rich in fiber from the bran and seed coat which are removed i... Read >
Author: Ash Bolton

9 most likely formula feeding mistakes - milk powder - Food Industry - EOP 16E1/Ethernet converter

15th June 2010
First, what are all the more fresh as possible, so to the baby to drink fresh Milk Better than drinking formula. Expert solution error: Broken baby breast milk, some Mummy started to drink fresh milk to the baby, this is actually very bad for the health o... Read >
Author: xiaohe5096

Health Benefits of Sea Foods

03rd June 2010
Seafood lovers would surely feel happy to learn that they can get a lot of benefits from eating sea foods. From tuna to oysters, all of these sea foods contain lots of vitamins and minerals that strengthen our body and are especially good for the heart. ... Read >
Author: John Stason

Top 4 Food To Prevent Aging! - Important foods in slowing your biological clock

11th December 2009
"We are what we eat." If you consume some anti-oxidant rich foods to prevent aging, your natural aging process can be effectively slowing down. But, do you have any idea what are those food? Don't know? Ok, below are just some examples... (1) Must Hav... Read >
Author: hannahjoo

Understanding the Structure of Lecithin

22nd September 2009
There are actually two meanings to the term "lecithin." Commercially, the structure of lecithin consists of a mixture of neural and polar lipids that act as emulsifiers and/or lubricants. In biochemistry, it refers to phosphatidylcholine, a phospholipid c... Read >
Author: Damien Fowler

Omega-3 EPA 'is As Effective As Prozac' For Depression

06th June 2009
A growing number of observational and epidemiological studies have suggested that major depression is associated with reduced dietary intake and cellular levels of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids. Indeed, it has been previously shown that individuals ... Read >
Author: Dr Nina Bailey

PCOS and Fertility - A Low Carb Diet May Help

25th April 2006
PCOS is a condition that has a strong impact on a woman's fertility, and affects between 5% to 10% of women of child bearing age. Because a woman's body doesn't produce enough eggs when she suffers from PCOS, it can cause infertility and contribute to dif... Read >
Author: Rebecca Prescott
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