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The Honeybees and Their Secretes: What is Honey?

02nd May 2012
Have you ever asked yourself what is honey? If you have, then you should know that honey is often used as an alternative sweetener and flavoring for different foods and beverages in a lot of households all over the world. It is composed of varying prop... Read >
Author: ovidiucb

What Happens to Those Carbs Once Inside?

16th June 2010
Have you ever noticed how people get sleepy after eating a meal high in carbohydrates? Did you ever wonder why this is? The main condition that makes us sleepy comes from elevated levels of blood sugar. What makes carbs turn to sugar? Well, when your body... Read >
Author: Joseph Carter

Effective Ways to Cure a Hangover

21st May 2010
If you are a regular drinker, you surely want to know how to cure a hangover. Why not? Hangover can be so irritating. It can even cause feelings that are as worse as being pulled in a war. You can have splitting headaches, dry mouth, nausea, dizziness and... Read >
Author: Stacey Waller

Diabetes Blood Glucose Levels and Blurred Vision

09th March 2010
If we hear the term "blood sugar" we may have different ideas about it; however, this term is used in physiology where it refers to glucose in the blood. There are other sugars such as fructose and galactose which also exist, but, as they are relatively i... Read >
Author: Julia Hanf

How people acquire fructose malabsorption and fructose intolerance – a conspiracy theory.

16th December 2009
An article on the Gluten Free Pages site looks at how the increase in celiac disease victims could be caused by farmers over the last few hundred years purposely selecting varieties of grains that have abnormally high gluten levels. The purpose being to p... Read >
Author: Bruce Scott Dwyer

Making Easy Homemade Carp Boilies Using Powerful Bioactive Ingredients!

22nd September 2009
Personalising readymade baits and the making of more economical homemade carp baits are getting more and more popular today! This is a result of the needs of so many anglers to economise, because anglers want more control over their fishing costs, but als... Read >
Author: Tim F. Richardson

The Creation of Tonic Water

17th July 2009
The creation of tonic water as we know of today is contributed to India during the British army occupation. It was the British Army officers who mixed quinine with water and sugar in order to be able to drink it as a malaria preventing beverage. Nowada... Read >
Author: ajcones

3 Secret Tips To Have The Best Master Cleanse Experience

18th February 2009
If you have always wanted to start the Master Cleanse but just had too much conflicting advice from friends, colleagues and relatives, then these 3 secret tips would get you started in no time and you will have the best Master Cleanse experience ever. Rem... Read >
Author: Joel Gardner

Healing Power of Bananas

08th February 2009
When compared to an apple, banana has four times the protein, twice the carbohydrate, three times the phosphorus, five times the vitamin A and iron, and twice the other vitamins and minerals. It is also rich in potassium and is one of the best value foods... Read >
Author: shalini

Berry Berry Good for You - Diabetes and Berries

23rd September 2008
Studies show when it comes to better health, you just can't beat berries. As delicious as they are nutritious, fresh berries of all kinds are high in vitamin C, fiber, folic acid, and powerful phytochemicals that have been proven to reduce the risk for ev... Read >
Author: ADW

Lose Weight with Hibernation Diet

14th April 2008
Copyright (c) 2008 Ruth Tan The recent revolutionary Hibernation Diet created by a British pharmacist and a nutrition expert caught my attention by making a powerful connection between poor sleep and obesity. It advocates incorporating mild resistance ... Read >
Author: Ruth Tan
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