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Brown Rice – Non-Organic May Not Be A Good Choice

Brown Rice – Non-Organic May Not Be A Good Choice

Posted on22. Jul, 2010 by .

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Rice is the most consumed staple food in any household settings. There are different variety of rice but we are only focusing on white rice and brown rice. In history, brown rice is linked with poverty and wartime. This is considered a peasant food or animal food to most people living in ancient years. Rice […]

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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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Weight Loss Food Supplements Useless

Weight Loss Food Supplements Useless

Posted on13. Jul, 2010 by .

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A recent German study shows that food supplements that claim to help you lose weight are basically useless. The experts say that people are wasting millions of pounds every year on weight loss or slimming pills that are only as good as a placebo effect. The German study, chose 9 popular supplements for example cabbage […]

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Manuka Honey – The Awesome Honey That Heals

Manuka Honey – The Awesome Honey That Heals

Posted on12. Jul, 2010 by .

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“Honey is said to be food of foods, the drink of drinks, and the drug of drugs. It is commonly used to boost the appetite, to strengthen the stomach, to eliminate phlegm, to serve as meat preservative, and to use as hair conditioner, eye comfort and mouthwash” The Book of Sufi Healing Most and foremost, […]

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Pumpkin – The Amazing Food

Pumpkin – The Amazing Food

Posted on30. Jun, 2010 by .

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The most popular material for Jack-O-Lanterns in Halloween season, the favorite ingredient in pies, and the well-known and sought-after vegetable during the fall season is no other than pumpkin. The species is native to Asia but is now cultivated in warm regions of the world. It belongs to the gourd family as well as cantaloupe, […]

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The Protein Fallacy – Are You Consuming Too Much Proteins?

The Protein Fallacy – Are You Consuming Too Much Proteins?

Posted on25. Jun, 2010 by .

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Without any doubt, protein provides great deal of importance in our diet. Protein is essential component of every cell in our body, the impaired tissue, muscles, bones, cartilage, and blood; even for a healthy hair, nails, and skin. In fact, it is considered as “macronutrients” in which we need to take large amount of foods […]

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5 Secrets To Longevity – Living Past 100

5 Secrets To Longevity – Living Past 100

Posted on14. Jun, 2010 by .

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A study funded by the National Institute on Aging, headed by adventurer Dan Buettner and other researchers stated the four geographic regions or what they called “ The Blue Zones” with groups of people who have been reported enjoying long life span and living a healthy lives: the community of Seventh day Adventist in Calif, […]

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10 Healthy Alkaline Tips Even If You’re Out!

10 Healthy Alkaline Tips Even If You’re Out!

Posted on07. Jun, 2010 by .

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Wouldn’t it be such a waste if you throw all your efforts at having an alkaline diet with one night out of eating at a fast food joint? Eating out is the single most counterproductive thing that can compromise your alkaline diet. Stopping yourself from eating out, obviously, is not an excellent option. It has […]

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14 Deadly Household Chemicals To Eliminate – Are You At Risk?

Posted on01. Jun, 2010 by .

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In every way we can, protecting ourselves and our much-loved family from any potential harm is our primary concern. We prepare nutritious foods in the table, use home products created by well-known and trusted manufacturers, and apply beauty products, endorsed by well-respected authorities, to make us all feel and look better. But how come that […]

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Simple Brown Rice With Vegetables Set

Simple Brown Rice With Vegetables Set

Posted on22. May, 2010 by .

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Here’s another recipe I picked up from a popular organic restaurant over in Singapore. This is quite a simple meal set with some vegetables and organic brown rice. Ingredients: Organic brown rice Green Vegetables (any green vegetables are fine) Broccoli mixed with carrots, chestnuts, tulips Raw vegetables for the salad (on the top) – beetroot, […]

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Aerobic or Anaerobic – Which One Maintains Body’s Ph Balance?

Posted on21. May, 2010 by .

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To maintain the acid-alkaline equilibrium of the body, aside from the proper nutrition, exercise can sustain and restore the ph balance of tissues, blood and cellular fluids. However, it is important to know which type of exercise is good for restoring the body’s ph balance: either aerobic or anaerobic work out. This article attempts to […]

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Definitive Explanation To Acid And Alkaline Forming Foods

Posted on17. May, 2010 by .

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With so many articles recommending alkaline diet and laying out the list of highly alkaline to slightly alkaline foods, people are still confuse why some acid food in its nature like lemons and other citrus fruits become highly alkaline. This article will try to give the best explanation as it tries to expose the systematic […]

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7 Common Myths On Iron Nutrition Exposed

Posted on12. May, 2010 by .

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Iron as the most abundant metals on earth are needed by our body to function well by transporting the hemoglobin in the blood. However, people have so many wrong beliefs when it comes to iron consumption. While it is true that iron deficiency is the worlds’ most common dietary disorder, it is also worth noting […]

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Does An Acidic Body Cause You Health Problems?

Does An Acidic Body Cause You Health Problems?

Posted on08. May, 2010 by .

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“The countless names of illnesses do not really matter. What does matter is that they all come from the same root cause: too much tissue acid waste in the body”, A very witty statement from Dr. Theodore A. Baroody, author of book Alkalize or Die. Many factors can contribute to various diseases. But, little is […]

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How to Lower Cholesterol Through Diet Like a Pro

Posted on05. May, 2010 by .

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Today we have a special author, Deborah Land, who send us this article to share with you about cholesterol. a. Cholesterol Truths – Good and Bad Most people view cholesterol as a bad thing, but the truth is there are actually two types of it. There is good cholesterol (HDL) and there is bad cholesterol […]

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Lady Fingers’ Health Benefits And How It Alkalize The Body

Lady Fingers’ Health Benefits And How It Alkalize The Body

Posted on03. May, 2010 by .

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Many people are lured with the superficial presentation of food without bothering to know if this can contribute some benefits from their health. There are also health conscious people who are opted to eat the food which is best for them, regardless of what it looks and tastes like. The green slimy soft-stemmed texture, elongated […]

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Butter & Margarine – How Damaging Are Trans Fat To Your Body

Posted on30. Apr, 2010 by .

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If you are an ordinary person who goes to a supermarket, you may not bother to look the nutrition facts label of the products you love to eat. You may be thinking that as long as the foods you consume are manufactured by trusted and well-known food industries, there is nothing wrong in what you […]

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Alkaline Diet Reduces the Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

Posted on25. Apr, 2010 by .

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There is another interesting discovery that have been published in the Journal Archives of Neurology, which is according to researches done, almost 2,000 dementia-free adults ages 65 years and older whose diet is rich in fruits and vegetables may reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease which affecting more than 26 million people all over […]

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Red Meat Increases Cancer Risk

Red Meat Increases Cancer Risk

Posted on24. Apr, 2010 by .

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Are you an avid red meat lover? The meat industries are surely delighted to hear that. On the other hand, vegetarians or health conscious may find it sinful to include high fat diet in their healthy lifestyle. Nothing is new when people hear about poor diets linking to various diseases. It sounds like an everyday […]

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Dragon Fruits – An Exotic Fruit for your Alkalizing Needs

Dragon Fruits – An Exotic Fruit for your Alkalizing Needs

Posted on20. Apr, 2010 by .

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Its appearance alone is enough to rouse your curiosity. On the outside, it has a pinkish and somewhat red color. When you finally take a bite of its juicy goodness, you can see a tasty combination of white with tiny dotted black seeds. The taste? Not only will it create a whirling sensation in your […]

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Ginseng Helps You Live Longer

Posted on19. Apr, 2010 by .

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Sometimes, you’ll come at a point where you literally can’t push yourself out of bed just by thinking of the stress and work that you’ll have to endure in the long day ahead. With the hustle and bustle of your daily life, it’s not surprising at all that one specific aspect of your life is […]

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Are You Eating Nutritionless Vegetables That Are Full Of Pesticides?

Are You Eating Nutritionless Vegetables That Are Full Of Pesticides?

Posted on15. Apr, 2010 by .

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While eating nutritious vegetables and fruits, no one will be thinking that they might be eating a mouthful of toxic and harmful chemicals. People may not realize that everyday, we are exposed to poisonous residue of pesticides left in your food. A Harvard Nutritionist claimed that these are poisons that kill living organisms below the […]

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The Hidden Miracle Malunggay Tree – Treating Hundreds of Diseases

Posted on12. Apr, 2010 by .

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John Hopkins School of Medicine of Baltimore Maryland revealed in a study the nutritional benefits of Moringa Oleifera or known as Malunggay in the Philippines and other regional names such as horseradish tree, benzolive, saijhan and drumstick tree. The intriguing features have been in many research studies for over decades and all of which had […]

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Insightful Trip To Organic Farm

Posted on12. Apr, 2010 by .

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Over the last weekend, I went for a trip to an organic farm to find out more about organic farming, health and dieting. This was a 3-day 2-night workshop and the organizers gave us a real-packed and fruitful learning experience. This organic farm is called TitiEco Farm Resort and it is located in Negeri Sembilan, […]

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Are Chocolates Good For Your Health?

Are Chocolates Good For Your Health?

Posted on10. Apr, 2010 by .

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European Heart Journal featured the most awaited results of an eight year study by the German researchers (German Institute of Human Nutrition in Nuthetal, Germany) who are well known to be the first to research the positive effects of chocolate. Almost 20,000 participants who were given periodic queries played the major role for the success […]

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Raw Cow’s Milk Facts – Good Or Bad?

Posted on07. Apr, 2010 by .

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Earlier, our website has published an article on “The Truth About Milk That Companies Don’t Want You To Know”. There were a number of feedbacks and comments about the article especially when debating about whether raw milk is bad or beneficial for your health. As a result, this article is delving deeper into the topic […]

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Acupuncture – Is It Safe Or Dangerous?

Posted on31. Mar, 2010 by .

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Since 1970s when the US reestablished its affable relations with the People’s Republic of China, the practice of acupuncture in traditional Chinese medicine has become generally acknowledged in Western countries. They adapt the practice particularly in the treatments for a variety of health conditions. However just recently, the editorial news of British Medical Journal made […]

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New Nutrigenomics Tells What Diet Can Prevent Disease

Posted on31. Mar, 2010 by .

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Worry no more because the introduction of genomics will fulfill its promise to restore the health of people. As we live in a world where the only constant thing is change, people would have wanted a kind of change that would promise for a bright future in every aspects of life. You may think it […]

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Cordyceps – The Ancient Herbal Remedy

Posted on30. Mar, 2010 by .

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Cordyceps. For now, you probably couldn’t care less about what it even is until you find out what it is capable of. Not only is it capable of alkalizing your body, it is also gaining popularity for the recent breakthroughs on research about cordyceps, a few of which include the treatment of cancer and the […]

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What Is Your Pee Telling You?

What Is Your Pee Telling You?

Posted on28. Mar, 2010 by .

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Before now, you’ve probably never given notice to your urine. In your mind, it’s probably one of those things you have to get done and over with. Perhaps you’re even guilty of holding it back for as long as you can take, especially when there are no restrooms in the area. But are you aware […]

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