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Resveratrol…Can It Alter The Direction of Pre-Diabetes???

Resveratrol has been found to ameliorate pre-diabetes; specifically, 150 milligrams of resveratrol in an Isotonic form (per day) has been shown to improve blood pressure, improve insulin sensitivity, lower blood sugar, and reduce fat in the livers of  pre diabetic overweight humans. Resveratrol is a powerful antioxidant that is produced by certain plants to protect against environmental stresses. It […]

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Osteoporosis: Primarily a Nutritional Issue?

The main theory that we have all subscribed to is that if we can prevent the rate of bone turnover and keep calcium available for absorption, osteoporosis can be avoided. This is known as the calcium theory of osteoporosis. However, maintaining healthy bone is not that easy; if it were, then populations that consumed the […]

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Alternative medicine to lower your blood pressure

Home remedies and homeopathic medicine have begun popular over the years as an alternative to prescription drugs.  Many people are not aware that there are also home remedies available to lower your blood pressure.  What is nice about a home remedy is the lower cost and eliminating the unfavorable side effects of prescribed medicines.  Another […]

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The ever growing world of organic skin care products.

We all know that eating food products that contain synthetic additives is not good for our health, especially to our skin. It has been said that if you want to take good care of your well-being, then what you put on your skin can be just as important as what you eat or drink.  According […]

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5 Snoring Treatment Tips

If like me you sound like a bear growling a cave when your asleep, then you will no that snoring has a big impact on life. Regardless of the health issues (which are significant), snoring can play havoc with your relationship. If you are at you wits end with being woken up every hour either […]

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Bone Up On Vitamin D

Weak, fragile bones and susceptibility to fractures-these are some of the painful consequences of the debilitating bone disease, osteoporosis. Currently, 10 million people suffer from osteoporosis in the United States and another 34 million are at risk of developing the disease. The Surgeon General has named osteoporosis a national health threat and estimated that by […]

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