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Turmeric Could Have Saved Steve Jobs From Pancreatic Cancer

Turmeric Could Have Saved Steve Jobs From Pancreatic Cancer

Posted on04. Nov, 2011 by .

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The seven-years battle Steve Jobs had with pancreatic cancer is now over and yet the whole world mourned with his death. Although he lived for years after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, many health experts believe that he could have lived longer. A doctor from Harvard University recalled that when Steve Jobs was diagnosed with […]

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How To Grow Wheatgrass – Growing Wheatgrass 101

How To Grow Wheatgrass – Growing Wheatgrass 101

Posted on12. Feb, 2011 by .

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Do you know that you can gain your optimal health in a form of simple wheatgrass juice? The liquid sunshine, the ultimate blood purifier, or the nectar of the Gods – that is how they call this powerful wheatgrass as it gained its popularity in diet arena. The vitality you can obtain in wheatgrass juice […]

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Apple Cider Vinegar Weight Loss – Truth or Fad?

Apple Cider Vinegar Weight Loss – Truth or Fad?

Posted on05. Feb, 2011 by .

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Apple cider vinegar or ACV is another type of vinegar made through fermentation process of apple cider. The yeast and bacteria breaks down the sugar content of apple cider into alcohol and makes it into vinegar. The main ingredients of apple cider vinegar are acetic acid, citric and malic acids, and some citric. What makes […]

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Acidic Foods – Classifying Acid Foods

Acidic Foods – Classifying Acid Foods

Posted on25. Jan, 2011 by .

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If you want to gain the optimal health benefits of alkaline diet, you have to consume at least 80% alkaline-producing foods, while the remaining 20% are acid-producing foods in your daily diet. It’s been reiterated many times how certain acidic foods can produce poison or toxic materials in our internal environment that we need to […]

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Urine pH – Testing Acidity & Alkalinity of our Body

Urine pH – Testing Acidity & Alkalinity of our Body

Posted on20. Jan, 2011 by .

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The term pH (potential of hydrogen) refers to a solution if it is acid, neutral or base/alkaline. Scientifically speaking, pH is the amount of hydrogen ions available in a particular solution. Therefore, any solutions can be either acidic H+ions, or it can be alkaline Hydroxyl OH-ions. Using the scale of 0-14, with pH 7 as […]

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Tai Chi – Wonders & Health Benefits of Tai Chi

Tai Chi – Wonders & Health Benefits of Tai Chi

Posted on13. Jan, 2011 by .

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Originally, tai chi was developed in China as the form of self-defense and just evolved into a form of exercise in later years as best used for stress reduction. The art if tai chi is the use of gentle flowing movements that is said beneficial to reduce the stress as the main cause of busy […]

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Supergreens – Healing Powers

Supergreens – Healing Powers

Posted on09. Jan, 2011 by .

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Do you consume more vegetables on a daily basis? Do you belong to group of people who just eat muffins or cereals for breakfast, heavy sandwiches or meat dominated meal for lunch, and fast food take out for dinner? In short, the great portions of your daily meals are more on fats, carbohydrates and protein- […]

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The pH Balance in the Body and its Implication to Health

The pH Balance in the Body and its Implication to Health

Posted on27. Dec, 2010 by .

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We have priorities for survival as we need to breathe and sustain our heartbeat. Hence, the metabolic function has to maintain the specific pH which most of the time, we always take advantage of the pH level. We never realize that it is the most essential balance systems that our body has to maintain. The […]

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Kangen Water – Health Benefits, Facts & Myths

Kangen Water – Health Benefits, Facts & Myths

Posted on22. Dec, 2010 by .

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It is no longer a secret how an ordinary tap water can achieve its alkalinity level by using water ionizer. We all have the access to information regarding the electrolysis process of making alkaline water so that people will no longer be grasping in the dark to know certain information that still puzzles many. The […]

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Wheatgrass Side Effects

Posted on15. Dec, 2010 by .

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Are you one of those people who have not yet joined the group of wheatgrass enthusiasts? Why not? Do you have any apprehensions regarding of the side effects as caused by combining your diet with wheatgrass? With that concern, it is better that you have a better grasp on the benefits of wheatgrass so that […]

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Water Ionizer – Good Investment for Better Health?

Water Ionizer – Good Investment for Better Health?

Posted on15. Dec, 2010 by .

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One of the most abundant natural resources we have is water. In fact, the 70% of our body is comprised with water and our brain is also composed of 80% water. For this reason, we can never run out of good water in our body system in order to function well. When we say good […]

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Stomach Acid Truths, Myths and Remedies

Stomach Acid Truths, Myths and Remedies

Posted on08. Dec, 2010 by .

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There are so many misconceptions hurling around the diet corner regarding the debate on whether foods can affect the acid alkaline level of the body. There are some people who have stomach acid which only take antacid medication. However, others believe in alkaline diet proponents who are recommending a healthy lifestyle and proper alkaline diet […]

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Is Alkaline Water Good for You?

Posted on24. Nov, 2010 by .

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There are islands of information available everywhere reiterating the importance of acid-alkaline balance as the starting point for a proper health.  The main reason is that the pH level of the blood and the internal fluids can greatly affect every single cell in our body. Otherwise, we know basically the implication if chronic acidity totally […]

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Garlic Oil Prevents Heart Attack from Diabetes as New Research Claimed

Garlic Oil Prevents Heart Attack from Diabetes as New Research Claimed

Posted on16. Nov, 2010 by .

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When my grandmother was still alive, she used to ask me for garlic whenever she was experiencing high blood. I find it weird because aside from the fact that garlic is used in cooking which has pungent and strong odor, garlic is also used in fiction to scare vampires. So, all the while, I used […]

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New Health Claims on Ginger

New Health Claims on Ginger

Posted on09. Nov, 2010 by .

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Muscle pain is the common complaint due to tension, overwork, or muscle injury from strenuous physical exercises. Most people usually take pain medication, apply soothing cream, or simply rest. Nevertheless, do not put it as simple ache because once the pain persists more than 3 days or more, then it may lead infections like flu […]

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Blood Type Diet – Eat Right For Your Blood Type

Blood Type Diet – Eat Right For Your Blood Type

Posted on26. Oct, 2010 by .

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If there is one genetic biomarker that can determine how well we can digest and absorb food nutrients, this is no other than our blood type. The concept of Blood Type Diet or “eat-right-4-your-type” is based on the study of Peter D’ Adamo, ND linking blood type of an individual to specific nutrition that will […]

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Anti Aging Diet and Nutrition – a Journey to the Fountain of Youth

Anti Aging Diet and Nutrition – a Journey to the Fountain of Youth

Posted on20. Oct, 2010 by .

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How interesting to read topics pertaining to the proverbial magical fountain of youth. Who would not want to be forever young looking, not just forever young at heart? The magical elixir of life is promising to offer people an energetic life, free from chronic diseases and live a longer life than to their life expectancy. […]

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Red Dates a.k.a. Jujube – The Most Favorite Ingredient in Many Cuisines

Red Dates a.k.a. Jujube – The Most Favorite Ingredient in Many Cuisines

Posted on13. Oct, 2010 by .

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In life, there are simple questions that would amaze and keep you in wonder. Like for instance, what is the difference between dates and red dates? I was taken aback when a dear friend asked me that simple question. I answered back with uncertainty believing that technically it is the same. Not satisfied with my […]

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Soy Lecithin- Good or Bad for the Health?

Soy Lecithin- Good or Bad for the Health?

Posted on30. Sep, 2010 by .

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If you are eating your favorite chocolate, you may take some time to look at the label and notice that soya lecithin appears very often in most product, not only in your chocolates. Who among us who will pay attention to just small details? But come to think of it: are we not somehow responsible […]

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The Useful Non-stick Cookware Poses Health Risks

The Useful Non-stick Cookware Poses Health Risks

Posted on24. Sep, 2010 by .

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The notion of well-being pertains to healthy lifestyle involves proper diet, regular exercise, free from alcohols and cigarettes, stress free, away from environmental pollution, etc. No matter how one hundred percent sure that you live a healthy life, there are things that would come into your attention that would totally blow off your mind. Like […]

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The pH Miracle: Balance Your Diet, Reclaim Your Health Review

The pH Miracle: Balance Your Diet, Reclaim Your Health Review

Posted on16. Sep, 2010 by .

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People are in an endless journey to look for better ways to restore their health, live a long life, and recover fast from illnesses. Along the way, we find islands of information that can serve as our guide toward the right path toward health restoration. Then, we separate ways from our different views on wellness, […]

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Cacao – The Food of the Gods

Cacao – The Food of the Gods

Posted on14. Sep, 2010 by .

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Origins of Cacao Cacao is known as “the food of the gods” that anyone who tried the delicious tastes of seeds is loss for words. There were other beliefs that Aztecs considered cacao as man’s inheritance from the god of the air Quetzalcoatl. The history of cacao traced back on the fourth voyage of Christopher […]

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The Hidden Dangers of Hormones in Vegetables and Meat

The Hidden Dangers of Hormones in Vegetables and Meat

Posted on02. Sep, 2010 by .

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Most consumers are lured with bigger and fresher look of vegetables and fruits without knowing the hidden harmful effects behind the accelerating and instantaneous ripening of these crops. Yet, many nutritionists and health experts around the world are alarmed on the implications of these crops and even meats injected with hormones on human health. Hormones […]

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The Hidden Risks on Dietary Oil

Posted on31. Aug, 2010 by .

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Most of the time, consumers are deceived by manufacturers. Ironically, many products are packaged and marketed with many health benefits and people are blinded with the hidden truth that lies on the misleading and newfangled ingredients on the label. Like for instance, there are types of dietary oil that are not for human consumption but […]

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Lentils – The Ideal Superfood

Lentils – The Ideal Superfood

Posted on23. Aug, 2010 by .

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Health practitioner Dr. Perricone, one of the regular contributors in Oprah.com, shared to the world his super food list which included beans and lentils on the number four position; and ranked number two on the United States Department of Department of Agriculture’s Food Guide Pyramid. Therefore, this article will bring to everyone’s attention the reason […]

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Smoking Fails To Reduce Stress

Smoking Fails To Reduce Stress

Posted on19. Aug, 2010 by .

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It is common for us to be subjected to stress. We have different ways in coping up with it. Some people are resorting to bad habits such as smoking as their way to release their tension. That is how smokers claimed as smoking reduces their stress level and calm their nerves. According to Tobacco Research […]

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Nuts And Seeds – Health Facts & Misconception

Nuts And Seeds – Health Facts & Misconception

Posted on10. Aug, 2010 by .

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Nuts and seeds are now considered essential in diet. Some people are asking of what is the difference between a nut and a seed. Basically, some nuts are seeds and they are called legumes. For example, a plant producing nutshell, the fruit is no other than the nutshell and the nut is considered the seed. […]

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Drinking Diet Soft Drinks Linked To Premature Birth

Posted on06. Aug, 2010 by .

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During the delicate stage of pregnancy, women are very careful of their diet. More often than not, they settle for fewer calories, less sugar, or zero calories, but with the same after taste. However, just recently, the world of motherhood was threatened with the studies linking diet sodas to premature birth. This is something that […]

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Olive Oil Benefits, Types and Alternative Uses

Olive Oil Benefits, Types and Alternative Uses

Posted on28. Jul, 2010 by .

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Olive oil is originated from the Mediterranean, commonly used in beauty products, cooking, and alternative medicine. This famous oil has been part and parcel of lifestyle during ancient times since 3500 BC. Over billion olive trees are cultivated all over the world. Greece is considered one of the largest per capita for highest consumption of […]

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Demi Moore And Ashton Kutcher On Master Cleanse

Demi Moore And Ashton Kutcher On Master Cleanse

Posted on20. Jul, 2010 by .

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The famous celebrity couple, Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher have come out to tweet and share to the world their new regimen, a ten day master cleanse diet. In fact, even Beyonce Knowles has done this master cleanse diet to maintain her figure for her dream role in Dreamgirls, as she announced it on her […]

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