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by Menopause can bring on some pretty uncomfortable symptoms, most of which hit at the worst time possible. From dryness and itching to burning up from the inside out, you can reduce the symptoms of menopause so that this stage in life isn’t as unpleasant as it could be.Dandelion TeaBelieve it or not, dandelions have a wealth of health benefits. They can be cooked, put in salads, made into wine, and yes,...
by We are into the 20th year of the millenium, and while the world has seen unprecedented and exponential growth and advancements in almost every sector, there’s another area that we've all seen grow rapidly – stress levels.With bustling lives becoming busier and more and more competitive, the stress levels have risen gradually over the years and have reached a crescendo, as a result of which, we are...
by While some people hope to lose more weight by fasting before exercise, it usually is not a good idea. Most people can agree that eating before a workout is a necessity. Without fuel, your body won't have the nutrients you need to exercise at your best level, or possibly even complete the entire workout. When you feel dizzy, lethargic, and short-winded, you are more likely to trip, miss a step, or get...
by A lot of time and money goes into trying to find our miracle skin care product but here’s the truth: We need to look deeper. Acne is the body’s way of communicating to you that there is a deeper imbalance. Once balance is restored, skin care products should no longer be required to maintain clear skin. Healing the inner body ultimately heals the skin.Acne is the most common skin condition in the United...
by Aspirin is a salicylate (derived from a plant) and is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). The earliest uses of this drug date back to the Greek physician Hippocrates in the 5th century B.C. He used a powder extracted from willow’s bark. It works by blocking a certain natural substance in your body to reduce pain and swelling. Today you can walk into most any store and purchase this product....
by Nature is a crucial component for life to thrive. It provides a place for life, a source of food and water, and a wide amount of land for exploration. Both animals and humans thrive with nature. Without it, we would truly be nothing.Ironically, humans have not always been known to be kind to nature. In this day and age, sometimes we forget to treat mother nature with the respect it deserves. With global...
by Most of us have been tested for TB, also known as tuberculosis, for a job, school, or travel. Tuberculosis is all around us, and it was actually the leading cause of death in the 20th century. We readily take this skin or blood test, but don’t always know what certain conditions do to our body if we have them. This bacteria, myobacterium tuberculosis, is not entirely easy to catch. When it does strike,...
by "Healthy" foods such as wheat, barley, oats, canola, flax, honey, corn, soy and legumes could be contaminated with the herbicide glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide product. Even products like Cheerios and Oreos are said to contain the weed-killing chemical. Monsanto and the EPA claim it’s perfectly safe in trace amounts, but some researchers believe it can cause serious...
by #1. Happiness Isn't Just in Your MindOur mental health and happiness are more closely connected to our physical health than you might think. When we don't feel well physically it's hard to feel well mentally. Exercise, sleep and eating well appear to have a drastic effect on mental health and happiness. If you knew for certain that exercise, sleep and eating well could reduce depression better than...
by Cheese may no longer be a guilty pleasure. New information is dispelling the myth that foods high in milk fat are responsible for obesity and high cholesterol levels. What was once considered a solely “bad” fat may contain compounds that can protect against obesity, cardiovascular disease and diabetes. In fact, it looks like making foods like cheese a regular part of your diet could even help you live...
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