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The Health Benefits and Effective Methods of Promoting Sweating

23rd August 2011
Sweat could condition the body health naturally, but if you force it to remain in the body, the body circulation will be affected and the endocrine will be blocked. The appropriate sweat is quite beneficial to body health. After the metabolism of a who... Read >
Author: Emma111

Understanding The Endocrine System: Essential for a High Quality of Life

19th January 2011
Our body has thousands of internal control systems essential for control of biochemical reactions occurring at the cellular level and other system activities that are essential for life. The endocrine system consists of eight major endocrine glands that s... Read >
Author: Conrad G. Maulfair, Jr. D.O.

Adrenal Fatigue: Your HPA Axis is the Solution

12th July 2010
Adrenal stress, also known as adrenal fatigue, describes a set of symptoms related to the way your body manages stress. Stress is a part of your daily life. Some stress is good, some stress is bad. You've probably heard this expression before: Stress is a... Read >
Author: Bernard Brown

Human Body Anatomy - You Will Regret Not Checking This Out!

16th March 2010
So you want to refresh your memory about human body anatomy and physiology? Then you have come to the right place. Keep reading to understand the main key points about human anatomy and physiology. Without further ado, here are some facts about human p... Read >
Author: Fredrik Eilertsen

What others say about Regenesis a powerful form of Energy healing

02nd February 2010
Regenesis was developed by Robert Rasmussen of Santa Cruz, California, a world-acclaimed master healer. It gathers both its power and its breadth by going to the ultimate common denominator - energy. Specifically, Regenesis works with an energy known to t... Read >
Author: Jannette

Diabetic menu Dogs And Diabetes Posted By: Tristan Andrews

04th December 2009
It may surprise you to learn, but dogs can develop diabetes just as people can. Diabetes is a life-threatening illness so you will need to closely monitor your dog's blood sugar and provide him with the correct medication. You will also need to carefu... Read >
Author: benafronmeniz

Hypothyroidism - An Astrology Analysis

23rd November 2009
A Capricorn native with Jupiter placed in the tenth house in Libra, developed a thyroid disorder since Jupiter Maha dasa Started. Diagnosed as having Hypothyroidism and gained acute weight with weakness and depression. DOB : 20-12-1981, TIME : 10.00 AM ... Read >
Author: Dean Kemp

How to Exercise your Nervous System, Memory and Improving Intelligence

23rd September 2009
The nervous system relies on a network of high-speed communications to alert the brain to information that affects all areas of the body. For example, the impulses sent from the nervous system of the brain travel up to 250 miles per hour. This is infi... Read >
Author: herbalcure30

What Can Cause Low Testosterone?

28th August 2009
There are many factors that can cause low testosterone in men. Diet (eating too much junk food), exercise (too little or too much exercise), adrenal issues (such as adrenal fatigue), alcohol consumption (drinking alcohol in excess most of the time) and ag... Read >
Author: Mark Wilson

Anti Aging Eye Creams Exposed - Uncover 4 Dangerous Ingredients in Your Skin Care Products

10th August 2009
Anti aging eye creams are all the rage nowadays, because companies claim that they can make you look many years younger, but what is the truth? In my experience, most of these companies cannot back up their claims. In 2005, L'or'al had to withdraw an a... Read >
Author: Rebecca Purple

Strengthen The Immune System With Bee Pollen

05th June 2009
Bee pollen is made up of the fine powder that is found in the male seed of a flower blossom. Bees transport this powder and mix it with nectar to create their own form of nourishment. The pollen grains are collected and eaten by the bees, but they are als... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

How the body Uses Amino Acids

15th April 2009
The body requires amino acids to function properly. You may have heard that protein fuels the body, but it is more correct to recognise that it is the amino acids from those proteins that make your body function at optimum levels.Amino acids are formed in... Read >
Author: Evan O’Rourke

Women Over 40: A Blood Sugar Hormone Makes You Fat And What To Do About It

09th April 2009
Women over 40 experience a lot of hormone changes. If you want to lose weight permanently as a woman over 40 you should pay some attention to insulin. It can prevent your ability to lose weight permanently and make you fat instead. And that's the reason f... Read >
Author: Perry Permann

Paraben Free Face Care Secrets That Are For You To Keep And Others To Find Out!

26th February 2009
Paraben free lotions and creams are highly sought after these days as more scientific evidence becomes public about the harmful effects of parabens. Our facial skin is much more sensitive as compared to other parts of the body, hence it is only natural th... Read >
Author: Anand Kumar Dulhanomal

Do You have Symptoms of Fatigue, Shortness of Breath, or a Rapid Heart Beat?

22nd July 2008
Copyright (c) 2008 Charles Carter Let me know if this sounds like you? You experience frequent bouts of quick onset of sweating, a sudden rapid heart rate, or all of a sudden a shortness of breath. You may think that you are having a heart attack, thou... Read >
Author: liveleantoday
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