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Alkaline Water Machine-What it is and How it Functions

06th January 2012
Within the health and wellness industry, it is impressive to note the meteoric rise in popularity of the alkaline water machine and water ionizer. Basically, an alkaline water machine changes normal regular faucet water into clean alkaline water with anti... Read >
Author: tlane

How a Pot Belly can be Dangerous

19th November 2010
One of the worst side effects of our sedentary jobs is a pot belly. No doubt, it looks ugly and people suffering from it try to hide it by changing their dressing style or other ways that seem feasible to them. However, apart from looking ugly, a pot bell... Read >
Author: Hamilton Erridge

Dog can't stand up or walk and having trouble raising

29th May 2010
Limb paralysis is a very common condition in dogs which can occur both in fore leg or hind leg, but more common in hind legs. Various reasons for hind limb paralysis are trauma due to accident or fall from height or fight among animals. Other common cause... Read >
Author: Innovation India

How To Calculate Your Body pH Balance

27th May 2010
Herbal programs may work more effectively when the pH is in balance. Get more from your supplementation program by balancing your pH. Your body is able to assimilate minerals and nutrients properly only when its pH is balanced. It is therefore possible fo... Read >
Author: Clyde Howell

The Benefits of Alkaline Water for Optimized Health

14th September 2009
Water has become very basic for us to the point that we may have overlooked it. Water is one of the most important factors that can determine health or illness. Simply put water is the foundation for life. Our bodies are 70% water and our blood is 94%... Read >
Author: Dr Vic Kalman

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

Salt And Apples

25th March 2009
Polyphenols were discovered to be the magical answer to the riddle posed by the "French Paradox", although in the case of healthy wine-drinking French, it is the grape polyphenol that counter-acts the scientists idea of a "bad" diet. However, as the st... Read >
Author: Jenna Smith

Vitamins Can Support The Cardiovascular System And Fight Inflammation

17th March 2009
Inflammation is a normal part of the body's defense against pathogens. The increase in body temperature, flood of toxic free radicals and inflammation-signaling proteins, and release of killer macrophage cells are the main signs of an inflammatory event t... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Many Benefits Of Black Tea

13th March 2009
Tea is only second to water as the most commonly consumed beverage in the world. In case you haven't noticed, this is good news because based on several recent studies, tea actually offers important health benefits. All tea come from the same plant, c... Read >
Author: Jonas Smith

Invisible Miracles, Dr. Myron Wentz's life work

11th November 2008
Dr. Myron Wentz is not offering banking tips or the secret to dropping five pounds fast. Mr. Wentz has invested countless dollars and man hours into discovering what makes us tick and how to improve that design or protect it from what seems to be destroyi... Read >
Author: Sherina71

Master Cleanse Detox Ultram

30th October 2008
Master Cleanse: William Lee Cowden Mdh Laser Energetic DetoxificationItching And DetoxingIt is important to note however that people usually experience some form of nausea or headache while undergoing a detox process. It used to be that "detox" meant you ... Read >
Author: Lori

Selenium and Prostate Health

06th October 2008
Selenium is a powerful antioxidant which researchers have found to be particularly effective in supporting   healthy prostate functioning. It is an essential trace mineral that functions largely in the form of proteins, called selenoproteins, which act ... Read >
Author: Kevin Agrawal
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