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When To Use A Detox Tea

14th November 2011
The human body was created with its own excretory system to cleanse and remove toxins, chemicals and metabolic waste. The liver, lungs, kidney, and blood remove all toxins, that are unusable, that harm the body or are not necessary for the body to functio... Read >
Author: sbh7884

CoSHH Health Hazards in the Baking Industry

10th June 2010
One industry which has the highest rate of occupational asthma is the baking industry. Each year, 90 new cases per 100,000 workers are diagnosed. Substances used in baking which are hazardous to health include flour dust, improver dusts containing enzy... Read >
Author: Dale Allen

Five Fatal Diseases To Humans

04th May 2010
there are others on the rise, such as esophageal, liver and thyroid cancers. ALL cancers are caused by free-radicals damaging our DNA. DNA holds the blue print for each cell that it creates. This blue print is who you are; when the free-radicals attack th... Read >
Author: Douglas Mullins

Reversing the Effects of Smoking

02nd February 2010
If you have ever smoked you almost certainly know precisely how troublesome it is to quit smoking, but are you aware just how much a good exercise program can aid in reversing the damaging effects of smoking? When you engage in a total fitness program the... Read >
Author: Mark Miller

Tips for Using Instant and Intermediate Benefits as Motivation to Quit Smoking

09th December 2009
The gratification that can be derived from objective or measurable and subjective or observable immediate and intermediate health benefits of smoking cessation can serve as motivation to quit smoking without experiencing relapse. Instant benefits of qu... Read >
Author: Victor E. Battles, M.D.

3 Reasons Bodyweight Calisthenics Are Better Than Cardio

08th May 2009
Most exercises split their workouts into resistance training and cardio training. They use weighted resistance for the resistance part and some type of monotonous exercise like jogging, rowing or biking for the cardio part. But by neglecting bodyweight ca... Read >
Author: Eddie Lomax
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