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Green Tea a Very Good Medicine for High Cholesterol

27th April 2012
It was reportedly discovered by a Chinese emperor some 40 centuries ago. And, legend has it, the discovery was purely by accident. But that coincidental discovery has improved the health of people around the world, who have turned to green tea in particul... Read >
Author: AdamTea

Top 3 Benefits of Pregnancy Massage

26th March 2012
Think of all the joy you will have when your baby finally arrives after those nine long months that seemed as if they would never end. Yet, you probably never thought of all of the bodily changes that would take place during this very special time either.... Read >
Author: CYV Industries

How Blood Vessel Elasticity Helps Prevent Cardiovascular Problems

14th March 2012
In just the past two decades, researchers who study the aging heart and doctors who specialize in the care of the elderly have learned more about keeping the heart and circulatory system healthy than ever before in history. They now know that change in th... Read >
Author: Glen Greenbaum

Nattokinase Supplement and its Useful Effect on Health

12th March 2012
Legend has it that it was the warrior, Minamoto no Yoshiie, who first discovered NattoKinase. It then became a regular part of the Japanese diet in the early seventeenth century. NattoKinase was discovered by modern science in the 1980s through the res... Read >
Author: Jun Morimoto

Breast Cancer - Not Always a Lump

09th February 2012
Fifty-year-old Carolyn was an avid jogger and a very health conscious person. She always tried to eat properly ensuring she met the daily recommendations of fruits, vegetables and water. For cardiovascular health, she jogged at least two miles most days o... Read >
Author: Dr. Barbara Dantzler

Fitness center- The Mecca for Good Body and Health

19th February 2011
Maintaining a physically fit body is vital to being healthy. Fitness centers can help us to keep in shape. In a fitness center, one would find a lot of equipment in which he can physically exercise.Below is a listing of the equipment and programs commonly... Read >
Author: Gordon Whitey

Is There A Link Between Fish Oil and Gout?

06th January 2011
Oh my aching big toe", seems to be the battle cry these days for many of those who have added that extra serving of sardines, lakes trout, and herring to their diets in order to achieve better cardiovascular health. In fact, in a recent published study c... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis

What is Coq10? And Why Do I Need It?

07th June 2010
CoQ10 is a quinone, a class of organic compounds that occur naturally as pigments. These are found in plants, bacteria and some fungi. The chemical structure of CoQ10 is similar to that of Vitamin K. Because the body needs CoQ10 in minute quantities for m... Read >
Author: Kevin Agrawal

Food List To Increase HDL Cholesterol

11th March 2010
The world of cholesterol is a lot like walking a tightrope. On one side you have the long potentially deadly fall that comes with high cholesterol into the depths of heart attack and stroke and on the other side you have the muscle aches, pains, and poten... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis

Disadvantages of Flaxseed oil

28th October 2009
What Are The Disadvantages of Taking Flaxseed OilWhat are the disadvantages of taking flaxseed oil? As you know I highly recommend taking flaxseed oil, along with anything else that has the potential to help you live healthier and lead a more fulfilling l... Read >
Author: luke

Jogging Exercise

05th June 2009
Jogging exercise is an excellent aerobic activity that helps burn a lot of calories in a limited span of time.  The main objective of jogging as an exercise is to boost fitness at low stress levels, although like running, it is categorized as a high impa... Read >
Author: Valiik

What Are The Positives And Negatives Of Omega-3 Supplements? - 2 Warning Signs That You Should Know

29th May 2009
Omega-3 fatty acids are very important and play a vital role in our health and well-being. However, there might be positive and negatives of omega-3 supplements if they are abused or if the label is not followed. Find out the expert facts and precautions ... Read >
Author: Vijay K Raisinghani

The history of L-Arginine (Nitric Oxide)

01st May 2009
Arginine was discovered in 1895. Arginine is an amino acid that provides a wide range of benefits to the body. Arginine plays an important role in the division of cells, boosting of one's immune system, healing of wounds, and in the hormonal secretion pro... Read >
Author: Eric Glenn

L-Arginine and L-Citrulline tests and medical studies

03rd March 2009
A growing body of research confirms that if you have high blood pressure, elevated cholesterol or atherosclerosis L-Arginine (generated by L-Citrulline) can help by increasing the body's production of nitric oxide. This is accomplished through restoring t... Read >
Author: Eric Glenn

Are Pistachios the New Anti-Acne Food?

06th May 2007
Copyright (c) 2007 Naweko Nicole Dial Pistachios boast the skin enriching nutrients vitamins A, C and E plus, zinc and folic acid. Yet, new research from University of Toronto's Department of Nutritional Sciences could add pistachios to a growing list ... Read >
Author: Naweko Nicole Dial
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