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  1. Iodine and Thyroid

    Iodine and Thyroid
    Iodine is particularly important. This nutrient is essential for the production of the hormone thyroxin, which your thyroid uses to regulate many bodily functions, including metabolism.   If you don’t have enough iodine, your body cannot produce adequate levels of thyroxin.   This leads to the symptoms commonly associated with hypothyroidism.  In fact, even small iodine deficiencies can have profound...
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  2. Benefits of Mango: A Delectable Nutrient-Rich Powerhouse

    Benefits of Mango: A Delectable Nutrient-Rich Powerhouse
    Only Mother Nature herself could manufacture a fruit as fragrant, delectable and healthy as the magnificent mango.  Used for centuries as both medicine and food, the mango is one the most nutrient-rich fruits on the planet. Mango leaves, seeds, roots, bark and fruit are packed with health-boosting treasures including phenolic acids, catechins and the xanthone mangiferin. Often referred to as...
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  3. Boost Your Immune System – Coconut Oil Benefits

    Boost Your Immune System – Coconut Oil Benefits
    Can coconut oil work to boost your immune system?  Numerous studies and research have indicated that coconut oil is both good for you and your immune system.  In fact, many researchers are quite surprised by just how good coconut oil is for us and all the different ways that it can improve human health including immunity. First, it is important...
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  4. Boost Immunity with Probiotics

    Boost Immunity with Probiotics
    Americans are continually looking for natural ways to improve health, and probiotics are proving to be a valuable asset. Probiotics are “good” bacteria that can be found in the digestive tract.  They help to destroy “bad” or harmful bacteria - keeping unwanted parasites, viruses and yeasts in check.  Studies have shown that probiotics can help fight infection in a variety of...
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  5. Green Tea Boosts Effectiveness

    Green Tea Boosts Effectiveness
    For years we have understood green tea’s antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal abilities and it has been lauded as a natural antibiotic. Researchers have now determined that drinking green tea while taking prescription antibiotics significantly enhances their effectiveness.  A substance called EGCG, which can be extracted from both green and white tea, takes the healing power of prescription antibiotics up a...
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  6. 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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  7. The Benefits of Eating Eggs

    The Benefits of Eating Eggs
    Eggs have received a bad reputation over the last few decades.  As it turns out, many of those critics now have, yes, egg on their faces.  Contrary to what most of us have been hearing for many years, eggs, in moderation, are actually quite good for you.  Unless your doctor is telling you otherwise, an egg every now and again...
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  8. The Top 4 Benefits of Liquid Chlorophyll

    The Top 4 Benefits of Liquid Chlorophyll
    A pigment that helps make plants and algae green, chlorophyll is also necessary for photosynthesis. This is the process of changing light into energy, the source of all plant life.  As we obtain much of our sustenance from eating plants, it might be said that photosynthesis is also vitally important to human life. It is no surprise then, that chlorophyll...
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  9. Healthy Recipes to Naturally Boost Your Immunity

    Healthy Recipes to Naturally Boost Your Immunity
    A healthy immune system is important for helping your body fight infections caused by viruses, bacteria, fungus and other pathogens.  With colds and flu season fast approaching it is important to strengthen your immune system. We all are aware of the standard measures: get enough sleep, good hygiene, stress reduction, eats lots of fruits and veggies and take immune-boosting supplements.  ...
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  10. 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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