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Hair – Our Shining Crown

Human hair is stronger than aluminum, copper or nylon strands of similar size and the strength comes from its chemical constituency, made up mostly of keratin (fibrous structural proteins also found in nails and the outer layer of the skin). There is an extensive variety of hair types, ranging from straight to wavy/curly, and it

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Stress – Friend or Enemy ?

Physiological and/or biological stress is an organism’s response to a stressful event during which the body’s sympathetic nervous system is engaged resulting in fight-or-flight response. Much like in the rest of nature, most biochemical processes of the human body are designed to converge towards and maintain a steady state called homeostasis, often simply referred to

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Acne & Other Skin Problems

Being part of the integumentary system, skin is the largest organ of the human body and accounts for approximately 15% of the body’s weight. The skin is involved in multitude of functions, including detoxification, temperature regulation as well as protection and isolation from the external environment. Skin is also actively involved in the body’s natural

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Fatigue or Where Did My Energy Go?

Fatigue is defined as a feeling of tiredness, physical weariness, feeling of heaviness in the limbs, lack of initiative, poor attention span and/or feeling of mental dullness. Although most of us don’t know or realize it, there is actually a multitude of factors causing fatigue, spanning far beyond the commonly perceived notion of simply inadequate

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Arthritis – The Natural Approach

One of the most obstructive health-related problems to an independent and happy lifestyle is the declining health and mobility of the joints. Although this problem is more prevalent with mature and elderly people, it certainly does not spare the young. And while it is not life-threatening, it inevitably limits the lifestyles of individuals and their

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Beet Root Salad

This meal is very nutritious, simple and requires very minimal and brief preparation time. Ingredients:   Preparation: Steam beet roots for approximately 20 minutes until soft. Cool down, peel and cut to cubes. Mix with umeboshi vinegar, olive oil and chopped cilantro leaves. Payday Loans Valparaiso In Bon apetit ! Tweet

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Who Is In For a Makeover

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Scientists Debate New Study on GMO Fed Pigs

A new article has been published in the Food Safety News on the study related to the GMO-Fed Pigs. You can find the article at: http://www.foodsafetynews.com/2013/06/study-says-gmo-feed-may-harm-pigs/#.UcxlqZwqr4e   payday loan jefferson city mo   Tweet

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Diet-Induced Dysbiosis of the Intestinal Microbiota and the Effects on Immunity and Disease

Gastrointestinal problems and links to Intestinal microorganism, Inflammation, Nutrition, Disease Susceptibility. An article published in August 2012 in PMC.  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3448089/   Tweet

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Intricacies Of Wheat

Wheat was among the first grains to be cultivated by agricultural society.  Wheat has been used throughout the world replacing many of traditional grains. In America wheat composes around 30% of the daily diet. Many associate wheat mainly with gluten and gluten sensitivity. However, even though wheat in nature is more acidic with the carbohydrates,

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