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Health
by Yindee
6 years ago
Use every Piece of a Pineapple for Making Medicine

 Pineapples can duplicate the effects of many medications - from thinning blood and preventing clots to improving digestion, respiratory problems and inflammation. The peels and leaves are the richest sources of bromelain. This enzyme is vatal for digestion of protein and is an anti-inflammatory drug used to treat pain, swelling and inflammation. It boosts immunity and is used for cancer treatments. Get all this out of a pineapple - plus a whole lot more!

Health
by daeschek
7 years ago
The Case for Genetically Modified Foods

Anti-GMO hype is at an all time high while the facts around this technology are at an all time low. Fear based condemnation of genetically modified plants has skewed the public opinion and threatens to harm to the future viability of important research in this area. While this technology is new and unknown, the harm of GMO's has been vastly exaggerated while the promise to help future generations is ignored. More research into this area is the key to unlocking its potential. 

Travel & Places
by Yindee
5 years ago
Easy Ride on a Coach around the Western USA Part 3 - The Coastal Route

The final part of our tour of the Western Landscapes. We head for Death Valley to Yosemite snd the Mammoth lakes. San Francisco, Monterey and back to LA.

Health
by RedSirenJulie
7 years ago
Eating Intuitively To Lose Weight

You may have heard this term 'eat intuitively' banded around when people are talking about weight loss. You may even think that you know what it means, and perhaps you have tried to do so, possibly without success. This article is going to delve into exactly what we mean by the term 'eating intuitively', how to apply it in the real world and how this can help us to manage our weight.

Lifestyle
by Limon Zersky
8 years ago
How Do I Run a 5K?

No matter your current fitness level, I'll show you how to get off the couch and run your first 5K race in less than two months! No gimmicks, just real-world, proven experience.

Health
by draaronvangaver
10 years ago
Mushroom Compound Shows Promise in Cancer Studies

Dr Aaron Van Gaver BSc ND reports on the potential benefits of Active Hexose Correlated Compound (AHCC), derived from mushrooms belonging to the basidiomycotina class of fungi

There was a time when refrigerators didn't exist. So how did people preserve their vegetables? The Germans pickled cabbage during the winter months (and...

Health
by Yindee
6 years ago
Olive, Ivy and Artemisia Leaves are Potent Green Medicines

People eat olives and drink the oil for health benefits. But we can also benefit from the leaves. Research done on Artemisia and olive leaves as well as some of their extracts prove they are hard hitters against diseases like malaria, candidiasis, hypertension, colds and flu, diabetes and poor circulation. Leaves grow on trees, so let's take a closer look!

Health
by Stefan Woick
7 years ago
My life with a Celiac

Living with someone that suffers from Celiac's disease, I've learned a few things about what it means to be truly gluten free. It's hard to be diagnosed with this disease, and it's even harder of the people around you don't understand what that really means. I have a few tips from my personal experience being in a relationship with someone who has Celiac's disease.

Health
by Yindee
3 years ago
Heavy Metals are a Serious Threat to our Health

Simple home protocols and professional chelating agents can reduce your heavy metal burden. It is the cause of most of our ailments so we need to eliminate these toxins to enjoy more energy and perfect, radiant health.

Travel & Places
by LittleTwoTwo
6 years ago
Canadian Pride: Our National Parks

A look at the variety found in Canada's National Parks across the country includes lots of pictures. 

Lifestyle
by Yindee
2 years ago
Fermented Foods to Make and Enjoy Every Day

We can easily make more of our own yummy fermented foods like cheese, sauce, pickles and tasty cool drinks that provide us with probiotics and postbiotics - the micronutrients we take as supplements. Try these ideas for turning tasty food into functional medicines.

Business & Money
by Andrew P. Banks
7 years ago
Cashflow...3 Basic Areas You Need to Get Under Control!

Cashflow is the life blood of a business. Poor cash flow is a major cause of business failure. Learning to read, project and manage cashflow will stop a business from bleeding to death. Many small business owners work "in" their business, but don't understand the importance of working "on" their business. This leads to missing vital signs and symptoms of serious problems due to poor cashflow, problems that sometimes business owner think will somehow just work themselves out. The information needed to help business owners is right at their fingertips the whole time - inside their bookkeeping systems.

Health
by Marlando
8 years ago
All About Living a Long...Long Life

This article attempts to bring common sense to dieting, exercising and all the other stuff people do to keep living as long as they can. Indeed, I think that the material actually offers the best so secrets to a long, happy life. And so, with that said,I will only add: May you live as long as you want to, and want to as long as you live!

Environment
by Marlando
8 years ago
Animals: Their mind, heart and soul

The Heart, Mind and Soul of Animals takes a serious look at what we might call "animal consciousness." It is about how animals think and feel and gives insight into the relationship between animals and ourselves.

Lifestyle
by Marlando
7 years ago
The Supernatural: A New View

IF you have an interest in the supernatural this article WILL take you on a most thought-proving journey. Be prepared for the ride.

Pets & Animals
by Tony Booth
4 years ago
Phosphate Binders And Canine Kidney Disease

A dog's health and quality of life are severely undermined by the build-up of toxic blood phosphorus during canine kidney disease. Controlling how much phosphorus dogs eat becomes a priority in later stages of the condition and phosphate binders become an increasingly essential component in battling the disease.

Pets & Animals
by LittleTwoTwo
6 years ago
The World of Degus

All the what, where and hows of degus and keeping them as pets with personal anecdotes of my own experience with them. 

Health
by egdcltd
6 years ago
Death of Karen Carpenter

Beyond CaringAnorexia nervosa: it’s a harsh sounding term for a misunderstood condition that mostly affects young women.As with all illnesses...

Beauty
by D One
5 years ago
50 Natural Ways to Grow Hair Faster

Here are some proven ways to grow hair faster naturally (references provided).

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