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Archive for July, 2008

Discover Coconut Oil

Coconut oil has been used for many different reasons since the 1800s. The product, also known as coconut butter, is utilized as a natural supplement, cooking oil, skin moisturizer, and cosmetic lotions. The Philippines is the world biggest producer and several companies import the raw product, producing oil, capsules and cosmetic products in North America. […]

Do You Remember?

Remember when we used to know everyone’s phone numbers? Family, friends, classmates, coworkers, everyone. That was before cell phones, contacts, speed dial numbers, text messages, etc. Remember when we used to know everyone’s addresses? Work, schools, restaurants, everywhere.  That was before gps, navigation systems, map quest, internet maps, etc. Technology is making our lives so […]

Whole-food Multi Vitamins for Kids, Finally!

Multi vitamins are one our best friends. Have you ever thought about it? They provide us in tablets everything we miss or lack on our regular diet. Many people cannot eat properly because of their hectic lifestyle. Work, family and social activities normally prevent us from having proper eating habits. Breakfast, lunch and dinner, with […]

Herb of the Week: Echinacea

Echinacea is one of the most popular herbs used in herbal medicines. The plant, also known as Purple Coneflower, has been used for medicinal purposes for many years. Native Americans used Echinacea for a variety of conditions, including venomous bites and other external wounds. This beautiful and colorful native plant is now largely use to […]

Don’t Let Your Job Kill Your Diet

You can find articles, studies or reports about weight loss almost every single day. The internet is the easiest place to find them, but they are also in newspapers, radio talks, television programs and magazines. Another recent study found out people are gaining weight on their jobs. The study reveals most people have gained weight […]

Kids Fighting Cholesterol. Controversy or Reality?

A recent study has started a huge controversy about kids and cholesterol, popping up the question: should kids really be taking cholesterol drugs? Pediatricians are now recommending wider cholesterol screening for children and use of drugs as early as the age of eight in hopes of preventing adult heart problems. What first sounded like “total nonsense”, […]

Vitamin of the Week: Vitamin B6

Eating well is one of the hardest tasks in our lives. We always seem to be lacking vitamins and minerals no matter how hard we try. Lack of energy, fatigue, sleep problems, stress are all part of our list of regular problems. We don’t really know what the problem is when you are eating well […]

The True Story About Whey Protein

We often go to a supplement store and ask the same question: what’s the best protein supplement you have? Well, tough question. It’s technically impossible to point one single product, which would be considered “the best”. There are several different types of protein: regular, soy, whey, weight gainers, low carb, etc. So, it’s more a […]

Joint Pain? Rescue, Relief, Results

The human body is such an incredible machine. Every single part of our system works in such a synchronized perfection: organs, muscles, ligaments, tendons, etc. We tend not to realize that until we have a problem. Like any other machine, the human body also has malfunctions. Joint related problems are a common issue in the human […]

Can I Have A Spot… Of Green Tea? Extra energy for the gym

It’s hard enough to find time during the day to squeeze in a workout.  Unless you’re un-employed, under-employed or a student many Americans simply don’t have time to go to the gym.  When they do make time they’re either exhausted from a full day’s work or groggy from waking up early to hit the gym […]

Happy Fourth of July!

Tomorrow is the day to celebrate America. The Independence Day tradition continues every year honoring our country, our flag and our culture. It’s always a great opportunity to have family and friends gathering, with plenty of food and drinks all day long. Yes, you may enjoy the holiday and even take a day off from […]

Herb of the Week: Dandelion

Dandelion is an herbal plant with long, pointed shaped leaves commonly used for salads and teas. The origin of its name came from French, dent-de-lion, meaning “Lion’s tooth” because of its coarsely-toothed leaves, looking very much like an old lance. Dandelion is a rich source of vitamins and minerals and supplements are available in tablets and […]

Going the Distance!

You don’t need to be a professional athlete to have a strong workout. Some people love the challenge of “going the distance”: running marathons, bike races, competitive sports, or body building; all activities done just for the pleasure of exercising. Intense workout can be an excellent way of improving your cardiovascular system, releasing stress, taking […]

Wake Up Call: Stop Snoring!

If there is a problem you can have but never feel too bad about is snoring. Of course you rarely hear yourself but when your wife or husband, possibly your kids, feel horrible and constantly complain about how loud you snore, then you don’t feel so good. Snoring is caused by partial blockage of air movement […]

Vitamin of the Week: Biotin – Vitamin B7

Don’t you look for supplements which may provide you more than one benefit? Wouldn’t be great to treat two problems with just one tablet? Well, it’s very possible, but we are not aware of it most of the time. Biotin, or vitamin B7, is a water-soluble B-complex vitamin very important for the human body. Biotin […]