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GARLIC HEAVEN

17th April 2012
Garlic Heaven Eat leeks in March and garlic in May, then the rest of the year your doctor can play. Thatís an ancient Welsh rhyme that says a lot about the therapeutic properties of garlic - botanical name allium sativum and sometimes called the stinking... Read >
Author: Serena Fairfax

Fat Busting Shakes & Recipes

11th January 2012
Fat Busting Shakes Looking for a shake that will help you shift those last few unwanted pounds without leaving you hungry and craving the biscuits? They are really simple and all youíll need are some basic ingredients consisting of Whey Protein, fruits... Read >
Author: jodysykes

Similarities and Differences Between Psyllium and Inulin Fibre

29th September 2011
With a wide variety of fibre supplements available over-the-counter, itís hard to decide which one to choose. Two of the most popular, psyllium and inulin, are found in a variety of supplements. While both are plant-based fibres, they do have some differe... Read >
Author: Chelsi

80% of Russian pharmaceutical market potential dependence on imports - Import and Export - pharmaceu

10th February 2011
Pharmaceutical companies, the Russian unique challenges and opportunities. Unhealthy bad habits are not uncommon in Russia; smoking and alcohol consumption in Russia is very popular. According to CegedimDendrite's analysis report, 70% of Russian men and 3... Read >
Author: sbsdfb

Oolong tea side effects

04th February 2011
More and more people are drinking oolong tea. It can help you lose weight and lower cholesterol levels. Oolong tea is very effective in resisting of getting old, so oolong tea is also called cosmetic tea, which means drinking oolong tea can help women kee... Read >
Author: kkdren

Benefits Of Drinking Dragon Well Tea & Long Jing Tea

05th January 2011
Green teas have long been high on the list of beverages that can have beneficial effects on the health of those who drink them. The difference between green tea and black tea (the kind most often drunk in western countries) is in the process that is used ... Read >
Author: articlemarketing01@gmail.com

Rice Bran Oil is it the miraculous method to protect against unhealthy cholesterol?

16th November 2010
rice bran oilRice bran oil is exceptionally high in fatty acids and rich in unsaponifiables. It has certain anti-oxidizing qualities as well as some sunscreen qualities. Rice bran oil inherently contains a high level of gamma oryzanol, a all-natural mixtu... Read >
Author: Dirk Acevedo

Seven Powerful Foods to Relieve Menopause Symptoms

08th October 2010
When most women first start to experience the terrible symptoms of menopause, they may right away a cure for these symptoms. These cures may include sleeping pills to get rest, changing to lighter clothes to try and keep the hot flashes at bay, and many d... Read >
Author: Doug Hart

Oil used in Kurkure

29th October 2009
Kurkure is the healthiest of snacks available because of natural home-made ingredients in it. But what is even more healthy and nutritious about this modern-age snack is the quality of oil. Kurkure is made in rice bran oil, the healthy oil, naturally high... Read >
Author: arunraj v.s.

Ovarian Cysts and The Use of Soy Products

19th July 2009
There is a great confusion about one of the main cause of ovarian cysts. Excess estrogen! Or what we know in alternative medicine as estrogen dominance. Prior to ovulation, there is supposed to be a surge of progesterone to help the egg to be ... Read >
Author: LCruz

Fenugreek Fights Diabetes, Heart Disease And Obesity

17th April 2009
Although fenugreek seeds are used extensively in the recipes of countries in the Middle and Far East, in the West it is not as well known as many other spices. Not only does fenugreek impart a characteristic flavour and tang to food but it also has severa... Read >
Author: Keith Scott MD

The Health Benefits of Turmeric - Its Ability to Lower Cholesterol

20th March 2009
What if I told you that one of the health benefits of turmeric is its ability to lower cholesterol! If you're not familiar with turmeric, it's a yellow colored powder used as a spice in a variety of foods. But we're not going to talk about cooking, we'll ... Read >
Author: Marcia Kruger

Roughage Not Always rough

24th February 2009
Roughage or FIBER is a carbohydrate found only in plant foods such as grains, fruits and vegetables. What makes fiber unique among carbs is that it can't be digested. It passes through your body unchanged. You eat it then you excrete it! Believe it or not... Read >
Author: Anne P. Jackson

Health Benefits Of Honey

18th February 2009
Honey is much more than just a liquid sweetener. One of the oldest medicines known to man, honey has been used in the treatment of respiratory diseases, skin ulcers, wounds, urinary diseases, gastrointestinal diseases, eczema, psoriasis, and dandruff. Tod... Read >
Author: Jill Sabato

Simple, Natural Foods That Help Heartburn

02nd September 2008
If you are suffering from heartburn, knowing natural foods that help heartburn is a must. Millions of people suffer from it every day because they overeat, eat the foods that cause heartburn, or eat in hurry. They don't realize that what they are doing is... Read >
Author: Raylie Lee
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