Tell you how to keep healthy body Tell you how to keep healthy body - Archive for 2012-11

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Start Growing Healthy Children Before Getting Pregnant - November 30th, 2012

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How to lose weight and enjoy better lovemaking. - November 30th, 2012

Are you not experience like you typically do? In relation to staying with that someone special do you find yourself not thinking about intimacy? Contrary to popular belief, adult men aren''t versions that may are afflicted by too little erotic generate. Ladies can on occasion sense tired of intercourse just as much as adult men can. Occasionally it becomes an true issue called HSDD. Other times a number of other aspects can play a part. What can cause a lady to get rid of curiosity about ...› Continue reading

Nail Fungus - No Need To Keep Living With The Infection - November 29th, 2012

Nail disorders are rarely disabling or even painful. But they

are a nuisance. One of the most common problems is toenail

fungus (medical name onychomysosis)-about 15% of people have it,

including nearly half of those over 70. This infection has

received a great deal of press and advertisement time, as there

are finally therapies that actually successfully eradicate these

infections. A fast overview of the disease can really help us to

get rid of it. The body normally hosts a variety ...› Continue reading

Super Healthy Caribbean Rice and Beans - November 28th, 2012

This recipe is a tasty twist on a healthy classic. Do you know

that brown rice and beans provides all nine essential amino

acids? This recipe adds a little Caribbean flavor to the

southwestern favorite. As always it is super healthy and has no

saturated fats or preservatives. Another great thing is the easy

clean up; it only takes one pot to make.

1 can pineapple chunks or fresh pineapple. Pineapple is an

excellent source of vitamin C, a powerful immune system booster.

1 Can Red Kidney Beans. ...› Continue reading

The 80/20 Rule of Healthy Eating - November 27th, 2012

January is the month we all resolve to eat well. But that

doesn''t mean our plates must always be filled with broccoli and

Brussels sprouts or that we have to swear off the snacks,

desserts and other foods we love, which may be, nutritionally

speaking, not so good for us. Although we may need to taper the

serving sizes, we can still eat the foods we enjoy by adopting

In 1906 Vilfredo Pareto, an Italian economist, observed that 20%

Want An Early Death? Just Keep Smoking. - November 26th, 2012

There was a time when smoking a cigarette was kind of the "chic"

and fashionable thing to do in many social environments. During

many years (and still today) there was kind of a social

conditioning for smoking. It was like wearing a nice suit or a

fashionable hat. Something everyone should "use" if they ever

wanted to be included in the "winners" side at the end of the

game. Regretfully, the game is over already for many smokers

that had to suffer the most common consequence of smoking, ...› Continue reading

Incorporate these HEALTHY HABITS in your life

Following healthy habits can statistically increase your

lifespan by up to 11 years! That''s a lot of extra time to get to

live, and you can add it to your life by following a few simple

1. Never skip your breakfast. Breakfast is the most important

meal of the day. Still, many of us skip it thinking that it will

help us shed pounds. When you skip breakfast your blood sugar

levels, as well as other nutrient levels drop, depriving you of

Keep Osteoporosis Away With Diet and Exercise - November 24th, 2012

According to a recently released report, regular exercise is

just as important as a calcium-rich diet for avoiding the

The International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF), in its new

report, "Move it or Lose it," notes that bone is a living

tissuethat renews itself continuously, and requires regular

stimulation from physical activity to prevent deterioration.

People develop a peak bone mass when they hit adulthood, but ...› Continue reading

How to Keep Your Baby Safe in the City - November 23rd, 2012

One of your main concerns as a parent raising a baby in the city

is your baby''s safety. The city does a wonderful job of offering

a wide spectrum of culture and experience that cannot be found

anywhere else. However, with that wonderful experience comes a

host of possible dangers. This is not meant to scare anyone away

from the joys of city living, but it''s always better to be safe

than sorry. Health hazards, transportation and public

playgrounds present possible dangers that should be ...› Continue reading

To help keep you looking CLEARLY into the future - November 22nd, 2012

b>Our eyesight is a precious sense...

We often take our eyesight for granted, specially when we are

young; but as we age, we become more and more interested in

preserving it. More money is spent on dietary supplements for

eye health than for nearly any other supplement category, except

Until recently, age-related macular degeneration (AMD) was a

discouraging eye disorder. Most patients were told that nothing

could be done to improve their vision. Scientific studies now

Keep Your Colon Clean - November 20th, 2012

Colon cancer is on the rise, with significantly more people

being diagnosed with this potentially deadly disease below age

50 than previously. Although colon cancer used to be considered

a disease of the elderly, probably because it was diagnosed

mostly in older people, it now is seen in those who are much

younger. During the 20th century, lifestyles became more

sedentary and foods were processed more than before, a

combination of factors that may have contributed to unhealthy

Five Ways to Keep the Holiday Pounds Away - November 19th, 2012

With the Holiday season fast approaching, you may have concerns

about keeping those extra pounds at bay. It seems that even

though the holidays themselves are only a few actual days, food

is in abundance from Thanksgiving through New Year''s, and

temptation can be overwhelming. The following tips can help you

survive the season with minimal damage.

Keep the focus on family and friends All too often, the emphasis

is on the food rather than spending time with those we love. If

you try to keep the ...› Continue reading

Tips for a Healthy and Balanced Life - November 18th, 2012

Taking good care of yourself is mandatory!

The following tips are all required to maintain a healthy,

We all know we need to provide our physical bodies with high

quality fuel if we want it to run properly. We should

concentrate on eating a regular healthy diet high in nutrients

and keep junk food to a minimum. Also include herbal and vitamin

supplements. ~ Get plenty of physical exercise

Physical exercise is known for a load of benefits. Not ...› Continue reading

30 Days to Clearer Skin and a Thinner Body - November 17th, 2012

At some point in their lives every woman envisions the

quintessential beauty enhancers ---clear skin and an attractive

body. Unfortunately nature did not equip all of us with this

envious duo, so we''re left to create our own destiny. Not

surprisingly, that is easier said than done.

But before you go out and purchase the latest diet pills, or

spend $50 on a regime that promises a flawless complexion but

delivers more blotches instead, read the following article which

promises clearer skin and a ...› Continue reading

A happy, healthy smile can be the difference between getting a

job and not getting it. Studies suggest that a smile is a major

factor in the overall first impression a person makes on the

interview. Most people would agree that a smile is an important

social asset. There is much truth to the expression

People who go to the dentist and make over their smile have

shown that their income has gone up by as much as 27%. A bright,

genuine smile exudes confidence, strength and ...› Continue reading

Kiwi-Fruit Supplement: Foods That Promote A Healthy Digestive Enzyme System - November 15th, 2012

Foods that promote best digestive health cone in many forms. Making sure that you get enough of those foods is key to not only promoting good digestive health but good overall health as well. That''s because the rest of the body relies on the best digestive enzymesystem to break down food into the necessary nutrients that it needs to function properly. Because the digestive system is so important, it is vital that you eat the right kinds of food and add the best digestive enzyme supplement to ...› Continue reading

Get it Up - Keep It Up - November 15th, 2012

Now you are exercising again, and it feels great. Of course, it

felt great last year, too, when you went to the gym every

morning for almost the entire winter! If it feels so great, why

do you keep quitting? You may be able to make your physical

activity more consistent by using some of these tricks. (Teaser)

Look at what you are doing. All movement is exercise. People

need to give themselves more options. Take the dog for a walk,

bike to the store, take five-minute stretch breaks. Walk ...› Continue reading

NON-TOXIC AND HEALTHY CANDLES - November 14th, 2012

Upon retiring to bed each evening for weeks, Mark was repeatedly

alarmed as he experienced shortness of breath, heart

palpitations, extreme weakness, and pressure in his chest. One

evening, he was so concerned that he went to the emergency room

of the local hospital where he was diagnosed as having panic

attacks. Mark could not understand the diagnosis because he did

not sense any anxiety or concerns that would precipitate in

panic attacks. He left the hospital continuing to question why

An Apple a Day, Does Keep the Doctor Away - November 13th, 2012

Increasing the fiber in your diet has been shown to: reduce your

cholesterol, reduce your hunger, lower your fat absorption,

reduce surges in insulin levels, help with weight loss, lower

the risk of colon cancer, and lower your risk of heart disease.

WOW! Sounds like a miracle cure - where can I get this stuff?

The answer: At your grocery store. Old Ben Franklin, citing in

Poor Richard''s Almanac 250 years ago stated "An apple a day

keeps the doctor away." Well he was right. Not only because ...› Continue reading

Tips for a Healthy and Balanced Physical Body - November 12th, 2012

Your body is the only vehicle you have been given for this ride

called ''Life''. Taking good care of your body will ensure a

longer, happier ride. The following tips integrate your Body,

Mind, and Spirit, which are all required to maintain a healthy,

Health care practitioners will tell you that you have to provide

your physical body with high quality fuel if you want it to run

properly. Eat a healthy, chemical-free diet high in vital

Keep your stylish flair with designer reading glasses! - November 11th, 2012

Keep your stylish flair with designer reading glasses.

Reading glasses can be stylish and fashionable. There are many

options in reading glasses today to give you that designer look.

Well known fashion designers are even getting into the reading

glasses design market. With today''s designer reading glasses you

will always be on the cutting edge of what is hot.

Fashion designers, like Calvin Klein, are making designer

reading glasses that are big with the stylish crowd. Reading

Staying Healthy on a Low Carbohydrate Diet - November 10th, 2012

It is estimated that about 32 million Americans are following

some type of low carbohydrate diet. This is the result of fad

diet authors claiming that carbohydrates are the cause for

America''s rising obesity problems. The backlash against

carbohydrates is a result of the low fat craze that started in

the 80''s.When consumers started cutting down their fat intake,

manufacturers figured out that they could create low fat

processed food products that the public would buy. Because these

How the kidney, lungs, and lymphatic system keep you acne free - November 9th, 2012

The purpose of the two kidneys is to filter the water in your

blood as the blood passes through the kidneys. About 4 gallons

of water are filtered every day but only around 3 pints are

Alcohol and sugar are the most damaging to the kidney since they

kill kidney cells and weaken the kidney function.

Water is the major way the body keeps toxins from accumulating

in the body and skin. You need to drink plenty of clean water

daily so the kidneys can remove toxins and ...› Continue reading

Secrets That Most Vitamin Companies Don''t Want You To Know! - November 8th, 2012

Finally, Information That Reveals The Shocking Truth About

Vitamin Supplements! Find Out What You Friends, Family, Or Even

Your Doctor May Not Know About How To Choose Which Vitamin

Supplements Are Right For Your Body!

Before we get started, do you ever find yourself asking any or

· Why do I keep spending money on all these vitamins and not

· Why do I still get sick and continuously feel lousy?

· Why is it so hard to stay "consistent" when it comes to ...› Continue reading

Being Active at all Sizes - November 7th, 2012

Women can be active at any size by bringing about modifications

in their daily lifestyle. Being overweight, obese or even

extremely obese in no way should interfere in your determination

towards achieving health & fitness goals. To begin with you need

to do away with the fact that losing fat or achieving healthy

I always recommend my clients to focus more on what needs to be

done, how it should be done instead of focusing on quick

results. Always remember even a ...› Continue reading

Healthy Eating, the Natural Way! - November 6th, 2012

In the past few weeks, Gram has been weeding through, throwing

out, organizing - probably the most hateful task of all, the

chore for which there never seemed to "be enough time." Well,

the truth is, time is always of the essence. But limited energy

should probably have taken top billing. Admiring the neat

appearance of her closet, Gram wondered, "What gives with me?

Then, with one glance at the gleaming new juicer sitting at the

ready on the kitchen counter, it became ...› Continue reading

Sun gazing is practice by many individuals to get nourishment from the sun or as a part of their spiritual practice. Since sun provides a source of holistic energies, it is believe that it can help heal the body and bring the person''s physical body to the top of its health. Taking the light of the sun into the eyes activates the brain''s pineal gland that starts to work and heal the body. Additionally many individuals believe that sungazing can also activate a person''s psychic and spiritual ...› Continue reading

Like To Eat - Go For It! - November 5th, 2012

LIKE TO EAT '' GO FOR IT!

Do you want to have energy all day long, burn mega calories,

strip body fat, AND have a healthy digestive system? Then eat ''

and do it frequently! Yes, your body needs food and plenty of it

to get through the daily grind. Eating four to six small,

frequent meals per day is truly the key to a healthy body and a

Eating frequently keeps adequate calories in the body. Most of

us really don''t eat enough. We are all running around with a

Healthy Diet for Acne Treatment - November 4th, 2012

Acne also known about Pimples, and Zits. Acne is a common skin disease that causes pimples. Acne is worldwide problem. Acne occurs when the natural oils that the skin produces clogs the pores of the skin. Acne is not just a problem for teenagers, it can affect people from ages 10 through 40. Pimples form when hair follicles under your skin clog up. Most pimples form on the face, neck, back, chest and shoulders. Acne happens when oil (sebaceous) glands come to life around puberty stimulated by ...› Continue reading

Myths About Healthy Eating - November 3rd, 2012

As you may know, not fueling up with the right nutrients can affect how well your body performs and your overall fitness benefits. Even though

healthy eating is important, there are myths that hinder your performance if you listen to them.

Below, you''ll find some myth busters on healthy eating.

1. Working out on an empty stomach.

If you hear a rumbling noise in your stomach, the rumbling is trying to tell you something. Without listening to them, you are forcing your body to run without any ...› Continue reading

Eating your way to a healthy body !! - November 2nd, 2012

Did you know that there are hidden medicinal powers in some

common Spring/Summer fruits? Here are just a few for starters.

Grape - Rich in antioxidant, anticancer compounds. Red grapes,

(but not white or green grapes) are high in antioxidant

quercetin. Grape skins contain resveratrol, shown to inhibit

blood platelet clumping (and consequently, blood clot formation)

and boost good-type HDL cholesterol. Red grapes are

antibacterial and antiviral in test tubes. Grapeseed oil also

Do You Really Need Life Food Supplements? - November 1st, 2012

Why there is a need for you to take supplements? You need it, because your body needs vitamins and supplements to boost the immune system, push back colds along with other viruses. In becoming healthy and making the body stays in the top shape, Life & Food vitamins and supplements play a very important role. There were many studies conducted to check if Americans are eating right, sad to say that the record shows only 30% of the populace are eating right. Although several individuals believe

5 Healthy Ways to Prevent and Heal Stretch Marks - November 1st, 2012

Stretch marks are a common dermatological problem in both sexes

of all ages. Stretch Mark scars are formed when our skin needs

to be stretched quickly. A sudden weight gain, pregnancy,

puberty, height gaining, and sudden weight loss may cause cases

like that. The inner layer of the skin tears as the normal

production of the major protein that makes up the connective

tissue in our skin, collagen, is disrupted. Trying to heal the

wounds, the skin is increasing the amount of collagen in ...› Continue reading

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