Archive for April, 2012

Colon Cleansers Will Promote Good Health

Monday, April 30th, 2012
By Miguel J. Arterburn If your goal is to accomplish effective weight loss that will make you look and feel great, you have to make dietary changes to improve the quality of your meals and start getting exercise. Many folks have also come to understand that working to detoxify your body of harmful chemicals and using color cleansers are two ways Read The Post [...]

Three Ways A Raw Food Diet Benefits Consumers

Sunday, April 29th, 2012
Modern trends toward health and wellness are much more diverse than the fat free craze and the low carbohydrates mania of past decades. It seems that the more science advances, the more people are returning to their roots. Many are returning to their roots in a completely literal sense. Shunning staples like bread and food preparation techniques that Read The Post [...]

Chia Seed Drinks: Mother’s Best Option For Her Little Ones

Sunday, April 29th, 2012
To be a mom is a demanding position. One of the biggest duties of a mom is how to maintain her spouse and children healthy through the meal she makes for them. Proper food intake during someone's early years will produce lifelong dietary habits that promote a person's entire wellness. Reports regarding weight problems in children show that it has Read The Post [...]

How To Win The War Against Starch And Sugar Cravings

Sunday, April 29th, 2012
By Sasha Paul Even though eating a bag of potato chips or a candy bar momentarily runs off the hunger games, it doesn't take long before the games are back and you're craving food. A diet that consists of excess amounts of sugar can lead to an addiction to simple carbohydrates and sugar cravings. Sugar can block the body's production of leptin, the Read The Post [...]

Alternative Autism Treatment Is Already Mainstream

Sunday, April 29th, 2012
Autism is a diagnosis that parents fear. It is believed to affect 1 out of every 110 children in the United States. This is a number that seems to be growing. With no cure, parents often turn to an alternative autism treatment in the hopes that it will fix the problem. Alternative autism treatments tend to focus on diet or homeopathic remedies. Each Read The Post [...]

What About Anabolic Steroids?

Sunday, April 29th, 2012
By Gordon Zwillenberg These series of drugs have shook the Body Building Industry. Weight Lifters have died as a result of anabolic steroid abuse. Other Body Builders have found themselves depressed or addicted to drugs. It doesn't need to be this way. Anabolic Steroid use can be avoided. What Are Anabolic Steroids? Anabolic Steroids are synthetic Read The Post [...]

What Causes Constantly Itching Skin, And What’s The Cure?

Sunday, April 29th, 2012
The triggers for prickly skin are typically so many, it would virtually be unachievable to list each one in an write-up, so in lieu of looking to do that, we'll just look at the most frequent causes, and naturally we'll likewise look at ways to go about procuring the most suitable cure. Quite often, itching only crops up for a very short period of time, Read The Post [...]

A No Potassium Chloride Salt Substitute May Be A Safer Choice

Saturday, April 28th, 2012
By Debbie Benson A salt substitute is one of the first things many shop for when they are told to go on a low sodium diet. They are looking for a salt replacement. Once they have become used to the salt taste, it is not easy to break the salt habit. Over the years they have probably started to salt everything, even before tasting it. They are tasting Read The Post [...]

Manage Your Diabetes With This Helpful Advice

Saturday, April 28th, 2012
Properly handling diabetes can be difficult, especially if you do not know a lot about it. There are certain foods that you should eat, medicine that you may need to take and an exercise regimen that you may need to follow. The following tips can help you learn how to live a healthy and functioning life, even if you have diabetes. Diabetics should Read The Post [...]

What Is Obsessive Compulsive Disorder And Do You Have It?

Saturday, April 28th, 2012
The term OCD, or Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, is casually tossed about these days - "Oh, he's so OCD," we often say, in reference to a friend who insists on doing things in a specific manner. But what is it really? OCD is an anxiety disorder characterized by irresistible, repetitive actions, thoughts, or both. It's Obsessive Compulsive Disorder when: • Read The Post [...]