Monthly Archives: February 2018

Foods to Boost Concentration

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Healing Herbs and Spices

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25 Plant-Based Calcium Sources [Infographic]

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Discover the amazing health benefits of cabbage

The inexpensive and widely known cabbage, a close relative of other leafy greens, such as broccoli, lettuce and cauliflower, has long been used as a medicinal plant by ancient civilizations in the past. Ancient Greeks, for instance, would regularly use cabbage or cabbage juice to treat constipation or mushroom poisoning.

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Compound found in broccoli, cabbage and avocado could slow down aging

Going back at least as far as the 1500’s, with Ponce De Leon’s discovery of Florida while on a quest to find the Fountain Of Youth, humans have been making every attempt possible to stave off the aging process. While the Fountain of Youth still remains to be found,

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The Detoxifying Health Benefits Of Bentonite Clay

Life in the 21st century is full of stress and environmental toxicity. We have over 80,000 toxic chemicals in our surrounding environment that we interact with regularly. A lifestyle of daily detoxifying strategies and periodic cleansing periods is essential to health in the modern world. Bentonite clay is a perfect detoxifying agent with remarkable health benefits.

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Dandelion May Disintegrate Cancer In 48 Hours

“Some see it as a weed, others see it as a wish.”

Many people see dandelions as an annoying weed that takes up space in their yard and needs to be removed. Others know the amazing potential dandelions have and see past them being weeds.

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7 Health Benefits of Oil Pulling [Infographic]

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Eat Colors of Your Health [Infographic]

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8 Science-Supported Reasons Why You Should Eat More Spinach [Infographic]

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7 Side Effects of Soda [Infographic]

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This Is What Happens to Your Lungs When You Diffuse Essential Oils

Asthma is a disease that inflames the walls of passageways that supply air to the lungs. Inflamed airways are sensitive and complicate breathing. Common asthma symptoms include breathing problems, wheezing, coughing, and tightness in the chest. Asthma has no cure. Doctors identify the factors that trigger asthmatic attacks or symptoms in each patient and help them avoid those factors.

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