20
Mar
3 Tips to End Seasonal Allergies
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Runny nose. Itchy, watery eyes. Endless sneezing. Constant nose blowing. Total exhaustion. These are the typical symptoms of seasonal allergies that are all too common this time of year. Conventional medicine doesn’t have a lot to offer. Antihistamines like Benadryl and Tavist D can help, but they can cause drowsiness. Nasal decongestants frequently have side [Read more...]

12
Mar
5 Questionable Food Ingredients to Avoid [Infographic]
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Click image to see a larger version5 Questionable Food Ingredients to Avoid via Rockwell Nutrition

21
Feb
10 Healthy Food Recipes That Will Seem Like Guilty Pleasures
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It’s not always easy to eat healthy. Saying no to tasty treats and greasy meals in favor of lettuce and water can leave an aspiring dieter feeling a bit unsatisfied. Fortunately, we’ve got 10 recipes that’ll keep your will power, and your figure intact. Almond-Honey Power Bar “Breakfast is the most important meal of the [Read more...]

19
Feb
4 Ways To Keep Your Body Young
4 Ways To Keep Your Body Young

Our bodies age. That fact is inescapable. But our modern world is riddled with factors that cause our bodies to age well beyond their natural pace. No one wants to feel old in their youth, and science has discovered a number of ways that we can keep our bodies and our minds young. From eliminating [Read more...]

16
Feb
Silent Killers of Your Metabolism [Infographic ]
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Your metabolism is responsible for turning calories into energy. A slow metabolism can lead to a build up of calories, stored as fat for later use. Ultimately, this leads to unwanted weight gain and, if unchecked, obesity. In the following infographic, we’re highlighting a number of factors that are wreaking havoc on your metabolism. Before [Read more...]

9
Feb
Betaine HCL Uses and Benefits

Betaine HCL (betaine hydrochloride) is made from beets and is used to increase acid in the stomach to aid with digestion. Some people have problems producing enough gastric juices for digestion. This condition is called achlorhydria, or hypochlorhydria. Below is Wikipedia’s definition of this disease: “. . .hypochlorhydria refers to states where the production of [Read more...]

9
Feb
Calendula Cream for Acne

Calendula cream is used for soothing various skin problems. It works by improving blood flow to the affected areas. It may not stop the real cause of acne but it can help with healing the skin and in preventing further flare-ups. Can Calendula Cream Really be Used to Treat Acne? According to the National Institute [Read more...]

8
Feb
Oil of Oregano: Uses, Health Benefits, and Side Effects

Oregano was used as a culinary herb in Italy for hundreds of years before American soldiers, during World War II, developed a taste for what they called “the pizza herb.” It is also used as a culinary ingredient in several other countries including Greece, Egypt, Spain, and the Philippines. Hippocrates, the man considered to be [Read more...]

7
Feb
Pregnenolone Deficiency: When Your Body Can’t Produce Enough Pregenenolone

The importance of pregnenolone in the body cannot be overstated. It is the mother of all steroid hormones. If you don’t have enough pregnenolone, it’s highly likely that you’ll also have a deficiency of estrogen, testosterone, and cortisol. There are several possible effects of abnormally low levels of pregnenolone. How Pregnenolone Deficiency Happens Stress is [Read more...]

6
Feb
Pregnenolone Reviews

Previously, we tackled some of the research around pregnenolone, what it does, and its possible side effects. In this post we’ll look at some of the actual customer reviews for pregnenolone. Helps With Mood and Memory Dollar Bill says pregnenolone did help with his mood and memory. He’s taking it together with DHEA 50 mg [Read more...]