Monthly Archives: October 2014

Adrenal nutrition and natural remedies for adrenal fatigue

Adrenal SupportWe are all aware of adrenaline, the fight or flight hormone that kicks in whenever we find ourselves facing a threat. But did you know adrenaline is only one of the many hormones produced by the adrenal glands?

About the Adrenal Glands

The adrenal glands (also known as the suprarenal glands) sit atop the kidneys.

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Cayenne Pepper: The Miracle Herb That Everyone Should Be Taking

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“If you master only one herb in your life, master cayenne pepper. It is more powerful than any other.” Dr. Schulze

“In 35 years of practice, and working with the people and teaching, I have never on house calls lost one heart attack patient and the reason is,

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When was your last green drink?

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When was your last green drink?

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Why Should You Be Eating More Cashews?

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If you thought cashews were only good for improving your brain power, then you haven’t heard the entire story! While these seeds are a valuable source of iron, magnesium, protein, and monosaturated fats – they also do an important job fighting off one of the most unhealthy types of bacteria that can be detrimental to your health.

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Mainstream media finally acknowledges vitamin D’s ability to mitigate cancer

Vitamin D3The truth about vitamin D is finally leaking out into the mainstream media. While Nature’s Sunshine has led the way for years, showing various ways one can empower their own immune system, the mainstream media outlets have been hell bent in covering up the fact that something as simple as vitamin D can help the body mitigate cancer.

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8 Warning Signs of Vitamin C Deficiency

Vitamin CVitamins and minerals are important for the overall health of the body, and of those Vitamin C is probably one of the most vital. Most people know that it helps to strengthen the immune system and help ward off illness. However, it does much more than that: it also contributes to the growth of cells,

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9 Ways Soda Destroys Your Health [Infographic]

It can often seem harmless to drink a bottle of Coke.

But the negative affects of soda might be too great to ignore. So how bad is soda for your health?

That question is answered well in this graphic by the Consumer Media Network:

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15 Ways to Flatten Your Belly

weight-loss-men-and-womenBelly fat is the bane of most dieters, but unfortunately – as you probably already know – is one of the more difficult places to firm and tone up. There are, however, things you can do to help lose weight from this area. Fifteen tips for firming up your tummy are listed below.

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Are you deficient in magnesium? 5 signs that you are deficient and how it’s impacting your health and energy levels.

Magnesium ComplexMagnesium is a vital nutrient in the body that is needed for more than 300 different biochemical reactions in your body and is crucial for optimum health. Research studies have shown that magnesium can help prevent cardiac arrest, heart attack, stroke, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, and is a nutritional powerhouse that helps create the energy molecules in the body known as ATP.

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Cure fungal infections naturally

Candida ClearSo you think you have a fungus infection? Or is it a yeast infection? Is there a difference?

Mold, yeast, mildew – they are all fungi. Sometimes the words are used interchangeably. And sometimes the words yeast and fungus are used to describe different stages of the same infection.

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Chlorophyll [infographic]

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What causes leaky gut syndrome and how to heal the intestines

Leaky Gut LowWhat is leaky gut syndrome? You hear the term leaky gut syndrome and imagine holes poked into your intestines. Unfortunately, your image is pretty much spot on.

In a healthy gut, the walls are lined with cells that are sealed together, providing a barrier that contains its contents.

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