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11 Jul Cut Down On Fatty Foods
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Reducing the intake of saturated fats and trans fats is vital for your liver's health. Saturated fats are found in deep fried foods, red meats and dairy products. Trans fats are found in processed foods such as cookies and cakes. The liver stores exc..
25 Jun Why Should One Take Vitamin B Complex?
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Our body need 8 Vitamin B's including B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, biotin, folic acid, and B12 for maintaining health. For daily supplementation, it is best to take Vitamin B complex rather than taking a single Vitamin B, because Vitamin B's work together, A ..
24 Jun Pumpkin Seed For Restful Sleep
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Pumpkin seeds are naturally rich in tryptophan, the amino acid is needed to produce serotonin, the feel-good neurotransmitter that helps us to relax and sleep better. ..
12 Jun Easing Gastric Pain?
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The term “gastric pain” is commonly used to describe pain or discomfort at the upper abdomen. Other symptoms typically include heartburn, bloating and nausea. Changing your lifestyle may help to ease your gastric pain. Eat small and frequent meals; a..
22 Oct Food For Probiotics
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Humans consume food and drink water to survive. How about good bacteria or more well-know as probiotics? Probiotics also need food nourishment  to be able to flourish. Prebiotics are non-digestible carbohydrates, found in whole grains, bananas, onion..
13 Aug Think Twice Before Drinking Carbonated Drink
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Phosphoric acid and caffeine found in carbonated drink may interfere with calcium absorption by the body. Researchers found that women who regularly drink carbonated drinks three or more cups a day have almost 4% lower bone mineral density in the hip..
16 Dec Forgot Where You Left The Keys?
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If you are finding it harder to remember the little things, your brain may be deteriorating faster than you age. Ginkgo has a long history as the “memory herb”. Ginkgo leaf extract enhances blood flow to the brain, thus improving concentration and me..
16 Dec Effective Natural Relief For Constipation
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Constipation can happen because the colon absorbs too much water or is sluggish. Insufficient fiber intake is the likely cause in most cases. Soluble fiber from oats, rice bran, and fruit will help to soften stools for easy elimination. Whole grains,..
13 Aug Soy Good!
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Soy protein can lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart diseases. Soy reduces total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol and triglycerides. The United States Food And Drug Association FDA claims that diets low in saturated fat and cholesterol with 25g..
13 Aug Red Wine For A Healthy Heart
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Red wines contain antioxidants that can help to increase your ‘good’ cholesterol (HDL) and protect against artery damage by the ‘bad’ cholesterol (LDL). Red wines also contain a substance called Resverastrol which help to prevent blood clots, reduce ..
13 Aug Simple Foods For A Healthy Liver
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A poorly functioning liver leads to fatigue, weakness, abdominal pain and loss of appetite. The easiest way to protect your liver is to eat right! Cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage contain Glucosinolates which help the ..
13 Aug Essential Good Cholesterol.
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Cholesterol is necessary for the production of hormones, bile salts and vitamins in our body. High levels of bad cholesterol (LDL) may cause plaque formation on artery walls, while good cholesterol (HDL) facilitates removal of excess cholesterol thus..
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