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Foods That Make You Taller

29th June 2012
To grow taller is not unattainable but there are a lot of factors that one must observe before one can reap in the benefits. One can turn to proper exercise in order to achieve the desired height but doing that alone is rather tedious. Equally vital in ... Read >
Author: hetaliaparker

Salmonella and Campylobacter in the Maldives

26th May 2011
Campylobacter and Salmonella food poisoning outbreaks have been reported in the Maldives by holidaymakers returning to the UK. Typical symptoms of Campylobacter include severe diarrhoea, often with blood, severe stomach cramps and vomiting and the illn... Read >
Author: Adrian Vultur

Why Vegemite Is Bad For You

17th January 2011
I subscribe to a good number of newsletters, some from physicians, some from financial experts (if there is such a thing) and I get a number of health and fitness letters. Lately the health and fitness dudes (and dudettes) have been sounding the alarm b... Read >
Author: Dr. Bill

Vitamin B12 Food Source

19th November 2010
Vitamin B12 is a truly exceptional vitamin, unique even among all the other B vitamins present in nature. The reason for this uniqueness lies in the fact that only smaller amounts of this vitamin is required and the body already makes full use of it. For ... Read >
Author: miggywright@page

Foods for IBS - Your Review

26th October 2010
Food combining has been popular in addressing digestive problems particularly Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). Different versions of the food combining diet are created. Most of them seem to agree on three things which are not mixing protein and starch at ... Read >
Author: BarbaraThomson1959

Irritable Bowel Syndrome - Is Food Combining the Right Diet For IBS?

09th June 2010
Ever since Dr. Hay developed food combining back in the 1920's as a diet to heal disease, he has had many enthusiastic followers including Suzanne Somers and Tony Robbins. However, as far as I know, neither the doctor nor the two celebrities has had IBS. ... Read >
Author: Karen Alison

The Seven Best Foods To Eat When Pregnant.

10th March 2010
Pregnant women must ensure that they receive proper nutrition throughout their pregnancy so that their unborn child will be healthy and well-developed. There are important foods to eat when pregnant that every expecting woman should be aware of, as she is... Read >
Author: Roger Noonan

Numbers of Vegetarians Are Growing World Wide

15th January 2010
What do Bob Dylan, Pamela Anderson, Brad Pitt, Martina Navratilova, David Duchovny and Brigitte Bardot have in common? They are all vegetarians. With the exception of India, it is estimated that over 1% of the global population avoid meat, poultry, and fi... Read >
Author: Russell Eaton

Adding Salt To Your Raw Meat

10th March 2009
How many times have you heard, "Salting raw meat (or poultry or fish) will draw the juices out and make it tough?" I see this statement repeated in cookbook after cookbook as if it were a fact. Yet in older cookbooks, especially the ones based on Euro... Read >
Author: Jennifer Skipp

L-Lysine Supplement Facts and Benefits

01st August 2007
We can say yes because L Lysine is among important amino acids which play the effective role in human body. As a health cautious person you have to aware about the amino acid. An amino acid is a molecule that contains both amine and carboxyl functional gr... Read >
Author: Ketty

Lemon Juice Detoxifying, Dieting And Why Choose Organic Juice

10th June 2007
Before we talk about lemon juice, let's first explore the lemon fruit. It is such an ordinary looking fruit that is found in every kitchen but its value is seemingly undermined. Its uses and the subsequent advantages are plentiful. Lemon is a fru... Read >
Author: Alien

What is Cartinine?

28th March 2006
Article on Catinine What is Cartinine A compound involved in transferring fatty acids across mitochondrial membranes. A naturally occurring cell constituent that modulates fat METABOLISM, in particular the mitochondrial intake of LIPID derivative... Read >
Author: star herb

Foods You Can Eat To Avoid Anxiety Disorders

05th November 2005
In this article, you will find a few ways means to reduce the possibility of panic attacks by means of controlling, avoiding, or reducing the foods that trigger such problems. You will also be encouraged to consume a well-balanced diet.Panic attacks direc... Read >
Author: Christopher Ruane
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