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Tulsi Tea - Enjoy Tulsi Tea Benefits

28th December 2011
Tulsi tea is also known as Holy Basil and it originates from India and some tropical parts of Asia. It has been cultivated for more than 5,000 years. It is grown in areas that have tropical warm climates and it is used in preparing several cuisines such a... Read >
Author: wmhavenseo

What Are Lactobacillus Spores Used For?

22nd February 2011
Another term for lactobacillus spores is Bacillus coagulans. It is lactic-acid producing bacteria promoted to the public as probiotic. A probiotic is a microorganism known to be friendly and beneficial to its host when consumed. In today’s time, probiotic... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

Benefits of Tulsi and Use of Tulsi leaves

09th April 2010
The Tulsi or the holy basil is an herb characteristic to the Indian religion and culture. This has assumed huge religious significance over thousands of years.  In fact its religious meaning far surpasses its medicinal and other (condimental) uses. A... Read >
Author: Dr. Sarkozy Mikal

Kefir is a Miracle Food

16th April 2009
There is a lot of discrepancy regarding the origin of Kefir grains. These grains are thought to have originated from the Caucasus mountain area, although the exact date of discovery is still unknown, people have for centuries used these Kefir Grains to ma... Read >
Author: mav15

Health Effects of Being Overweight: The Dangerous Truths

05th March 2009
Weight and health are strongly related to each other. The risk of disease goes up as weight gain pushes you out of the healthy weight range and into the overweight, obese range. Till date, obesity has been linked with more than thirty medical conditions. ... Read >
Author: Rajeevk

How To Eat Flax Seeds (Flax seed oil Recipe):

20th March 2006
Flax Seed Oil FACTS The flax plant, an ancient crop, yields the fiber from which linen is woven, as well as seeds and oil. Flax Seed Oil also comes in an edible form, sold mostly at health-food stores. Like olive, canola, and most other plant oils, it... Read >
Author: tom willson

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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