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Orange juice is great tasting... but coming from concentrate? These fruit juices coming from concentrate you discover in the market can often be terrible and awful, not forgetting tasteless. This informative article offers numerous tips and tricks to creating your individual delightful juice having actual fruit right from garden or even hometown food market! Read the rest of this entry »
In this article my goal is to help you discover how to get relief from painful and pesky symptoms that arise from a candida overgrowth. 7 out of 10 of us of us already have candida (yeast) inside our bodies and when too much candida is in our body it results in a candida overgrowth. You might already be aware of this, but most medical professionals struggle identifying candida overgrowth because the symptoms are so vast. Read the rest of this entry »
Many sufferers use dietary supplements for type 2 diabetes. Long-term users of these products presumably believe them to be efficacious. Medical studies are less definite; they do not always find the dietary supplements to be of benefit. Indeed, studies confirm that incorrect dosages of some supplements may have negative effects. Read the rest of this entry »
People do not simply eat for sustenance. Although it is true that we must eat to survive, human beings also enjoy eating. Of all the delicacies available to shoppers, some of the most sought after and beloved treats are luxury chocolates. Read the rest of this entry »
Lamotrigine, also known by the brand name Lamictal, is a prescription medication used in the treatment of several conditions. It helps to relieve various types of seizures, particularly from epilepsy and Lennox-Gastaut syndrome. It also combats the symptoms of bipolar disorder, though it is not a cure for any of these conditions. The side effects include changes in vision, dizziness, nausea and Stevens-Johnson syndrome. Read the rest of this entry »
Diabetes is a crippling disease (that causes weight loss), and it is (indirectly) a leading cause of death in developed and under-developed countries. Sadly, it also has no cure, or so they say. The medications prescribed are only to control and regulate the effects and symptoms rather than remove the cause of the disease. How many people have suffered due to this narrow vision in the methodology of treating sickness? But there is hope; more of that later. Read the rest of this entry »
In response to darkness (as during the nighttime when we're in bed), our body produces melatonin. This hormone, which is derived from serotonin (a neurotransmitter found in the brain and blood serum), is secreted by the pineal gland of the brain. This natural process of melatonin-secretion takes place especially during the night when lights are off. More than anything else, it is melatonin that induces us to sleep the moment we retire at night. During daytime, the production of melatonin is considerably lessened. It is for this reason that melatonin is recognized as our 'body clock' setter. Read the rest of this entry »
A lot of people crave chocolate when they are depressed, but have you ever wondered why? Studies have shown that chocolate has mood-enhancing effects. Research has indicated that people who are depressed tend to eat more chocolate than those who aren't. Read the rest of this entry »
This past week we saw the news media captivated by the idea that a 6-year-old boy, Falcon Heene had been carried off by a weather balloon. That is until the boy was later found in his own garage attic and shortly thereafter it was revealed on a television news show that the entire incident was likely a hoax. In replying to a reporter's question, the young Falcon turned to his dad on camera and said, "You guys said that, umm, we did this for the show." Oops. Read the rest of this entry »




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Probiotics are beneficial bacteria that occur naturally in the human intestinal tract. Foods "cultured " with beneficial strains of probiotics such as yogurt and kefir have been used throughout history to improve overall health and vitality, and today, there are many studies reinforcing their ability to balance and promote digestive health.