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  1. Get to Know Lingnonberry

    Get to Know Lingnonberry
    Lingnonberries are widely used in jams, juices and syrups throughout Europe and Canada and are particularly popular throughout Nordic countries. They are also known by the name cowberry and the alternative spelling, lingonberry. In traditional folk medicine, lingonberries have been used as a disinfectant and have been seen as a tonic for the nervous system and even a way to treat...
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  2. What is Quinoa?

    What is Quinoa?
    Quinoa: the non-grain grain. A few years ago, the odds were excellent that you would never have heard of the ancient “grain” quinoa.  But today, quinoa is becoming quite widespread.  There are many diverse reasons to explain quinoa’s burgeoning popularity.  As it turns out, quinoa isn’t just another grain alternative, but is in its own right a real nutritional powerhouse...
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  3. Vitamin D: A Natural Way To Boost Insulin Sensitivity

    Vitamin D: A Natural Way To Boost Insulin Sensitivity
    The health benefits of Vitamin D are extremely well documented. In fact, the vitamin is so highly regarded among nutritionists that it is often added to foods like cereal, breads and milks to help consumers boost their daily intake. Recent studies have given us one more reason to pay homage to this vitamin.  Researchers have found a strong link between...
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  4. Are Generic Prescription Drugs Safe?

    Are Generic Prescription Drugs Safe?
    Do you know why you should use extreme caution with generic prescriptions? Because they are less expensive than branded medicines, the use of generic drugs in this country is growing.  In fact, roughly 75 percent of medications prescribed to American adults are purchased in generic form. Generic drugs are basically reproductions of brand name drugs with expired patents.  They can...
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  5. A Guide to Taking Dietary Supplements

    A Guide to Taking Dietary Supplements
    With a lot of positive and negative information regarding supplements, it can be hard to determine if they should be incorporated into a daily routine, and if so, which types?  Individuals who consume well-rounded, clean diets containing whole foods and little or no processed foods will most likely be getting needed nutrients through eating.  However, people who are aging, who...
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  6. Pulque for Insomnia

    Pulque for Insomnia
    In addition to healthy foods, water and daily exercise, the human body needs regular intervals of sleep in order to properly function.  Sleep helps repair body cells, stimulates hormones that regulate mood and cognitive function, boosts the immune system, replenishes energy, and supports a healthy metabolism. Chronic insomnia, on the other hand, can contribute to anxiety, depression, diabetes, high blood...
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  7. Calcium Deficiency and Effects on Health

    Calcium Deficiency and Effects on Health
    Calcium is a common mineral found in many foods. The body needs calcium to maintain strong bones, for muscles to do their job properly and nerves to carry messages between the brain and the rest of the body. Calcium is also used to move blood and manage the release of various hormones and enzymes that affect almost every function in...
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  8. Does Hypothyroidism Cause Hair Loss?

    Does Hypothyroidism Cause Hair Loss?
    Hair is an important part of who we are and how we present ourselves to society. It can be an accurate indicator of our overall health and quickly loses its healthy shine if we are suffering from ill health or a medical condition. The Normal Rate of Hair Growth A healthy head of hair normally grows about one inch every...
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  9. Don’t Go Naked This Winter: Take Vitamin D Supplements

    Don’t Go Naked This Winter: Take Vitamin D Supplements
      Individuals can avoid damage but still gain valuable vitamin D with 20 minutes of unprotected exposure to the sun.  However, it is important after this period to apply sunscreen.  Many commercial sunscreen products are loaded with alcohols, chemical fragrances, parabens, petroleum oils and toxic solvents.  Fortunately, there are natural sunscreens on the market that can protect skin from ultraviolet...
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  10. ED Drugs – Which One is Right for You?

    ED Drugs – Which One is Right for You?
        As men reach middle-age, sexual performance can gradually decline. Erectile dysfunction, also known as ED or impotence, may be caused by lower testosterone levels, high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, side effects to medication or to a blockage in the blood vessels which can all lead to a disappointing sexual performance.   Viagra was introduced to the market in 1998...
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