Here’s one very personal perspective on how these humble crystals affect the way we live, cook, and eat.
There are plenty of natural ways to dramatically and safely make your bones stronger. The only problem is most physicians aren’t aware of them!
Switzerland has both the highest chocolate consumption and the most Nobel Prize winners per capita. Is this just coincidence, or can eating chocolate actually make you smarter?
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Have you needed to change your plans because of premenstrual syndrome? Here are some solid, effective and natural ways to remedy hormonal imbalances.
According to researchers at the Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Researchs, supplements are useless when it comes to preventing heart disease and/or cancer. So how can they explain that one study found they increased cancer-free survival rates by 77%? Get the real facts here.
Across the country armed government agents are making raids. Who are their targets? Terrorists? Drug rings? Nope – they’re dairy farmers.
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Kale is far more nutritious than other leafy greens, but these seven reasons why it is such an important futurefood may surprise you.
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