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  • Be careful with Herbal and Plant Supplements

    Be careful with Herbal and Plant Supplements
    Herbal supplements are usually non-prescribed and derived from any part of a plant which have a reputation for ‘treating, improving or curing’ an illness (regardless if it is true or not).

  • Are Weight Loss Pills for You?

    Are Weight Loss Pills for You?

    The only people who should even think about weight loss pills are those who are classified according to BMI as obese or very overweight with dangerous health risks. To calculate your BMI: weight (in kilograms) ÷ height (in meters) ÷ height (in meters) or just use the BMI calculator on the homepage.

  • Chewing on a Hormone to Suppress Your Appetite

    Chewing on a Hormone to Suppress Your Appetite
    Maybe some of you remember a previous post which discussed how chewing gum between meals will suppress your appetite. How does that work?

  • What Can Reduce Nausea, Inflammation and Heart Burn?

    What Can Reduce Nausea, Inflammation and Heart Burn?
    Ginger can reduce nausea, inflammation and heartburn! Specifically, ginger is most popularly used as prevention and reduction in nausea, motion sickness (if you feel sick in a boat or plane) and excessive vomiting.

  • Lower Stress with Magnesium

    Lower Stress with Magnesium

    Something that is often over-looked when dealing with stress, is our dear natural mineral Magnesium. That’s right, Magnesium, is a natural mineral found in food, water and supplements and it is one of the least intrusive ways in dealing with stress.

  • How to Age in a Healthy Way

    A study (RUXTON CHS 2011) has shown that the elderly are low in some essential minerals and vitamins which are important in the optimal function of our bodies.

  • How to Reduce Your Hot Flashes

    Many women undergoing menopause turn to hormone replacement therapy for help but soya can cut your hot flashes by HALF!!

  • New Vitamin That Improves Memory

    We are usually familiar with omega-3 as nutrient that improves our memory. However, a Farmingham Study (Poly C et. al 2011) has shown that choline can also help improve cognition.

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