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Four Sea Vegetables with Amazing Health-Boosting Properties

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Four Foods That Improve Hair Quality and Growth

Virtually all cultures in the world view thick, lustrous hair as a symbol of vitality, youthfulness, and healthfulness. … Read more

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Four Herbs with Natural Painkilling Properties

Tens of millions of people around the world live with acute or chronic pain, and their desperate attempts to alleviate … Read more

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A List of Foods Rich in Magnesium: From Blackstrap Molasses to Cacao

Magnesium is a vital macromineral that is needed for more than 300 biochemical reactions in the body. It regulates … Read more

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Four Sweet Foods That Can Treat Constipation

As the Western world continues to become more dependent on processed and unnatural foods, constipation and other … Read more

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A List of Foods Rich in Vitamin K: From Kale to Spring Onions

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Four Ways in Which Gluten Is Making Us Fat and Sick

It is estimated that up to 40 percent of the United States population suffers from gluten intolerance, and that number … Read more

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A List of the Best Substitutes to Molasses

Although molasses is an extremely healthy sugar substitute that has been a staple in the American diet since pilgrims … Read more

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Five Herbal Teas and the Conditions They Can Help Treat

Herbal teas have been treasured for their tastes and healing properties by virtually all civilizations on Earth since … Read more

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Four Surprising Uses for Honey Outside the Kitchen

Honey has always been held in high regard by natural health researchers, and for good reason. This sweet yellow liquid, … Read more

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Five Amazing Non-Dietary Uses for Coconut Oil

Coconut oil, which is derived from the meat of matured coconuts, is possibly the healthiest oil in the world. Rich in … Read more

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A Few Good Reasons to Avoid Eating Pork

It is a well-known fact that several religious texts forbid the eating of pork. According to Leviticus, the third book … Read more

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Five Amazing Non-Dietary Uses for Baking Soda

It's difficult to find a food product more versatile than baking soda. This white soluble compound, which is also called … Read more

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Three Superfoods That Can Help Treat Depression

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A List of Foods Rich in Iron: From Chlorella to Goji Berries

The important trace mineral, iron, performs a large number of roles in our bodies. It helps form hemoglobin in our red blood cells, boosts our immunity, maintains brain and endocrine function, and more. In fact, iron plays a small role in most biological functions, and no living organism can survive without it. Despite widespread understanding of its importance, however, iron remains the most common nutritional deficiency in the United States and the nation's leading cause of anemia. Most of … Read more

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Protein is critical for the well-being of one's body. While it is commonly understood that protein helps with muscle building and muscle growth, in reality protein does a lot more. For example, it also plays an essential role in cell regeneration (including the growth of hair and skin), it is responsible for the production of hormones, enzymes, and other elements that the body needs on a continual basis, it plays an important role in deciding how water is balanced in the body and how well it … Read more

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Four Herbs with Natural Painkilling Properties

Tens of millions of people around the world live with acute or chronic pain, and their desperate attempts to alleviate it has made prescription painkillers a billion dollar industry. Unfortunately, prescription painkillers often contribute to more problems than they cure. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control, painkillers such as oxycodone and methadone are the leading … Read more

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Aloe Vera and Coconut Oil: Two Superfoods Shown to Treat Acne

According to the American Academy of Dermatology, acne is the most common skin disorder in the United States, affecting an estimated 40 to 50 million people across the nation. While acne usually begins in puberty, this unpleasant inflammatory condition – which manifests as pimples, lumps and plugged pores across the body, especially the face and back – is not restricted to a specific age … Read more

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A Few Good Reasons to Avoid Eating Pork

It is a well-known fact that several religious texts forbid the eating of pork. According to Leviticus, the third book of Judaism's Torah and Christianity's Old Testament, pork is an "unclean" meat since pigs do not "chew the cud." Meanwhile, the eating of pork is condemned no less than four times in the Qur'an of Islam. While no direct reason is given for this condemnation, many Muslims … Read more

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Four Surprising Uses for Honey Outside the Kitchen

Honey has always been held in high regard by natural health researchers, and for good reason. This sweet yellow liquid, which is made by honey bees from nectar, is packed with essential nutrients and disease-fighting antioxidants. Raw, unprocessed honey is especially nutritious and makes a great natural alternative to refined sugar, aspartame, and other toxic sweeteners.While honey … Read more

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Three Herbal Teas That Can Aid Digestion and Treat Stomach Problems

According to the American Nutrition Association, over 70 million people across the United States regularly suffer from heartburn, acid reflux, irritable bowel syndrome, abdominal pain, bloating and other gastrointestinal problems. Many of these problems are linked to food sensitivities (especially gluten and dairy), consumption of processed foods, and gut flora imbalances, while others … Read more

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Mustard Seeds: Treatment for Cancer, Inflammation, and More

The seeds of the mustard plant have enjoyed a close connection with human civilizations since time immemorial. The Ancient Greeks and Romans would regularly use them for cooking, and they have been a staple in Indian cuisine for centuries. These robust, spicy-smelling seeds were even mentioned in the New Testament of the Bible in the "Parable of the Mustard Seed," in which Jesus … Read more

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Four Foods That Truly Deserve the Title of ‘Superfood’

Let's face it: the word "superfood" has become overused. This title, which was originally intended for foods whose nutritional value considerably exceeded that of the average fruit or vegetable, seems to be attached to almost any natural food these days. Mainstream health magazines are particularly guilty of this abuse, often preferring to use "superfood" as a marketing term rather than … Read more

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Sweet Potatoes: Carotenoid-Rich Tubers That Boost Our Vision

Sweet potatoes are the tuberous roots of the sweet potato vine, which thrives in the warmest regions of the world. They are characterized by the vivid colors of their flesh, which range from deep orange to light purple, and tend to be longer and thinner than regular white potatoes (to which they're distantly related). Moreover, sweet potatoes are not the same as yams, despite their close … Read more