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  1. Soy Health Benefits: Myth v. Fact

    Soy Health Benefits: Myth v. Fact
    Myths about the health risks of soy persist, despite the evidence that this protein-packed superfood has sustained robust populations in Asia for thousands of years. Soy protein is considered nutritionally complete, meaning it contains all of the essential amino acids in sufficient quantities to help meet the human body’s requirements. Soy foods are considered a smart choice for a heart-healthy...
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  2. Acetyl-L-Carnitine for Healthy Liver Function

    Acetyl-L-Carnitine for Healthy Liver Function
        There are many steps that one can take to keep his or her liver healthy and functioning properly.  Following these steps can decrease the chances of disease and potentially increase one’s longevity as well.  Eating a diet that is mostly based on fruits and vegetables is a great place to begin.  Likewise, avoiding processed foods which are loaded...
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  3. Benefits of Omega 3 Supplements

    Benefits of Omega 3 Supplements
    Is it possible to use omega-3 fatty acids to help treat and fight off the flu?   Omega-3 fatty acids are essential to good health and have been shown to help boost vitality in a range of ways. Foods that are rich in omega-3 fatty acids include walnuts, sardines, anchovies, wild Alaskan salmon, krill oil, chia seeds and flax seed...
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  4. Why Maca is the Superior Alternative to Yohimbe

    Why Maca is the Superior Alternative to Yohimbe
    Yohimbe has a long history of being used as a libido-enhancer, but does that mean you should use it?  Yohimbe has been used for generations, but this use has been far more limited than other cultural mainstays, such as turmeric.  As it turns out, yohimbe can be rather dangerous and should simply be avoided.   Why Yohimbe Is Problematic And...
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  5. Local Honey: Allergy Treatment with a Twist?

    Local Honey: Allergy Treatment with a Twist?
    Springtime has arrived, and with it comes pollen which can be an uncomfortable nuisance for people with seasonal allergies.  In these individuals, pollen can trigger the release of histamine, a chemical made by the body in response to allergens that can irritate soft tissues and cause inflammation. Antihistamines are modern remedies used to treat hay fever and the suffering that...
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  6. The Health Benefits of Dandelion

    The Health Benefits of Dandelion
    Most people think of the dandelion as a bothersome weed, but this lawn menace may be more valuable than one would think.  Dandelion leaves are used as healthy ingredients in salads, sandwiches and in teas, and the flowers are used for the creation of wine.  They are rich in vitamins A, B, C and D and minerals like iron, potassium...
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  7. Lycopene-Rich Tomatoes May Lower Cancer Risk

    Lycopene-Rich Tomatoes May Lower Cancer Risk
    The most common form of cancer among men in the United States is prostate cancer, affecting roughly 500,000 U. S. males each year, and rising.  In fact, in the last fifteen years, the incidence of prostate cancer has risen by 1.7 percent. In the past, patients with prostate cancer have been treated with hormone therapy and radiation, and those with...
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  8. The Benefits of Iodine for Thyroid Health

    The Benefits of Iodine for Thyroid Health
    Iodine is an essential mineral that the body needs for a healthy thyroid. The recommended daily allowance (RDA) of iodine is 150 mcg per day, which is about one sixth of a gram – a tiny speck! Although the amount of iodine we need is minuscule, it plays an important role in thyroid function which controls our metabolism, enzyme and...
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  9. The Connections Between Prebiotics and Metabolism

    The Connections Between Prebiotics and Metabolism
    Recent studies have thrown up an interesting connection between our rate of metabolism and the probiotics and prebiotics found in the gut. Research concentrated on 30 obese women who were given either ITF prebiotics in the form of inulin-type fructans, or a placebo. Those given ITF prebiotics showed a change in their intestinal flora which led to an increase in...
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  10. Healthy Hair Tips: How Wheatgrass Helps You Keep Your Hair Color Longer

    Healthy Hair Tips: How Wheatgrass Helps You Keep Your Hair Color Longer
    It's hard to lie about your age once your hair starts to turn gray! Many women over the age of 50 (and some men too!) resort to dying their hair regularly to disguise their increasingly dull gray hair. However, traditional Chinese medicine promotes a natural way to keep your hair color longer, by using wheatgrass. What is Wheatgrass? Wheatgrass looks like...
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