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Restless legs syndrome

20th September 2011
Restless legs syndrome is a neurological disorder which involves an irresistible urge to move, usually your legs but it may affect other areas of the body, to stop an uncomfortable feeling. Restless legs syndrome is often thought to affect older people, a... Read >
Author: Henry James

The Amazing Health Benefits Of Spirulina

27th September 2010
The Healthy Rewards Of SpirulinaSpirulina is a kind of blue-green algae that does not seem to have changed since it was first discovered over 3.5 billion years ago|This blue-green algae was discovered over 3.5 billion years ago and has not changed its app... Read >
Author: Warren Garrison

Algae, the World's Most Unappreciated Plant

15th June 2010
For something that is so significant to life as we know it, the humble algae receives very little appreciation. In salt water, algae is often referred to as sea weed, while in fresh water, algae is often harshly called "pond scum." We have a collective... Read >
Author: Matt Canham

Royal Greens Ultra – The All-in-One Superfood

09th March 2009
Going green is all the rage lately, and while we our mothers always told us to eat our vegetables, just recently has it come to light exactly how important it is to get a nutrition-packed dose of vegetables every single day, Experts say at least one cup o... Read >
Author: Kevin Agrawal

All About Spirulina

13th April 2008
What is Spirulina? Spirulina is the common name for the blue-green algae Arthrospira platensis species of cyanobacteria. It's abundant in nature in lakes and ponds where warm, alkaline conditions prevail, and it is farmed commercially for dietary suppl... Read >
Author: Vitacost.com, Inc.

How Methane in Natural Gas is Formed

12th October 2007
Natural gas is a fossil fuel found underneath the ground in large pockets. These pockets are located inside porous rock. The principal chemical ingredient of natural gas is methane which is considered the cleanest fossil fuel because of its clean-burning ... Read >
Author: Lynn Jebbia

Why Spirulina Is Superior

13th March 2007
----------How many of you use non-natural substances constantly in the quest for faultless health? I am talking about vitamins, minerals and so called healthy natural meal replacements. You must comprehend that until recent times the human species has use... Read >
Author: Allan

Aquarium Good and Bad Algae

13th August 2006
Aquarium Good and Bad AlgaeFrom the desk of Laurence Magne, author of www.first-aquarium-secrets.comThere are two categories of algae of concern to aquarists: "good" and "bad". Good algae is present in small quantities, is indicative of good water quality... Read >
Author: Dr Laurence Magne
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