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Understanding the Glycemic Index and the Glycemic Load

25th October 2011
Are you interested in maintaining a healthy weight and a high energy level? Do you want to avoid feelings of hunger and fatigue? Have you noticed that you become lethargic after eating certain foods? Eating healthy… can be confusing and a frustrating ta... Read >
Author: Matthew Speesler

Pterostilbene may force away asthma: Mobile study

10th October 2011
Pterostilbene, a compound associated with blueberries, may deal with the factor of green pollutants preventing the development of asthma, a investigation suggests for the 1st time. A study with people cells this line a airways indicated if you have a c... Read >
Author: janett37

Sureslim Diet–safe and effective diet plan designed for you

11th January 2011
The sureslim diet is a plan that is designed according to individual’s body type. Your diet is planned after considering your weight, blood test, analysis of medical history, list of medication, lifestyle, and food habit. It is basically balances your hor... Read >
Author: Tony Jones

Blooms Svelte, Green Coffee Bean Extract For Weight Loss

01st December 2010
Blooms Svelte, contains "Coffea canephora". This is actually an extract of green coffee bean and many people who are suffering from weight issues have successfully managed it by using this extract. It acts to alleviate food cravings and will also make su... Read >
Author: Gibs Bloom

Healing PCOS with Supplements

01st October 2010
There are quite a few vitamins and minerals that are shown to be profoundly helpful to PCOS sufferers. Don't be intimidated by this list! Most of these things can be found in a really good multi-vitamin. Also, I would like to point out that there is a str... Read >
Author: HollyG

How to Increase Your Concentration and Improve Mental Alertness Naturally

18th February 2010
Copyright (c) 2010 Kenneth Lee The ability to increase concentration and mental alertness really depends on how your brain functions. The brain requires lots of oxygen, its main source of fuel, to function at its peak; it uses approximately 20 percent ... Read >
Author: Kenny Lee

The Importance of Protein and Nutrition In Your Diet

24th July 2009
Protein is an essential part of our diet and is needed for many bodily functions and maintaining balanced nutrition. They create digestive enzymes, transport vitamins and nutrients and build and repair lean body tissue. Protein can fall into two c... Read >
Author: Phillip T. Terry

Risks Involved with Lasik Surgery and How to Offset Them

17th April 2009
There often is a procedure that has many great qualities associated with it that many people seem to overlook the risks involved. This is no more fact with corrective laser eye surgeries such as lasik treatments. Many people think that this treatment is a... Read >
Author: Sara Spencer

Fenugreek - Uses and Side Effects

12th March 2008
Fenugreek has been used for millennia both as a medicine and as a spice in Egypt, India, and the Middle East. Traditional medicinal uses include the treatment of wounds, bronchitis, digestive problems, arthritis, kidney problems, male reproductive conditi... Read >
Author: Alien

How To Use Grapefruit to Lower High Blood Pressure

15th March 2006
Heart disease is the number one killer of women. If you are a women, and even if your not, here is what you need to start doing. The food you eat is critical in determining if you will have high blood pressure and if you can lower it. Eating less meat ... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva
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