Vitamin C in Skin Care

by: Vincent The integumentary system is the body's largest organ. It can also be a woman's biggest nightmare. The epidermis and its care is one of the most ubiquitous concerns of women as they age. Vitamin C is used in skin care to help prevent premature aging and damage from the suns rays. The antioxidant properties of Vitamin C allows it to bond with and remove damaging radicals in the skin from pollution, cigarette smoke and other sources. Vitamin C is also a necessary part of the body's p...

24 June 2014, 09:57 AM
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Doctors told stop prescribing aspirin for the heart condition

GPs are to be told to stop prescribing aspirin to people with a common heart condition because it is no longer considered effective in preventing strokes. The drug is used to thin the blood of hundreds of thousands of patients with an irregular heartbeat called atrial fibrillation, which increases the chance of stroke inducing blood clots forming. However in new guidelines set to be finalised this month, it will be recommended that aspirin be fazed out and replaced with other, more effective ...

17 June 2014, 10:14 AM
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8 Tips for a Healthy and shining Skin

Nishanth Reddy Tip 1: Drink Water Water has long been considered as the most efficient natural treatment or an almost free treatment for any skin condition because of its being alkaline, with pH 7.3. It prevents dehydration which is capable of producing sebum or oil from the sebaceous glands. Your skin needs water in order for it to function best, thus doctors and nutritionists suggest that a daily intake of between 6 to 8 glasses of water per day is highly needed. Tip 2: Watch Your Diet Nutr...

09 June 2014, 10:48 AM
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Good Nutrition: What You Eat Affects Your Brain

Good Nutrition: What You Eat Affects Your Brain by: Dr. Lorne S. Label, Brain Longevity Center Making healthy food choices is important at any age. New medical evidence shows that what you feed your body directly affects your brain. A �brain healthy� diet means low-fat, low cholesterol choices combined with an abundance of antioxidant foods that are beneficial to the brain. Better nutrition will be good for your heart and your mind. Many people start out the day with supplements. While it is ...

02 June 2014, 11:30 AM
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Dry Eyes

by: Richard Romando The eye is a vital organ that converts the reflected light from an object into neuron signals and feed them to the brain for processing and identification of the object. The eyes can suffer from various conditions such as myopia, hyperopia, conjunctivitis, cataract, astigmatism, glaucoma, sty, infection and tumors. The eyelids blink several times a minute to clean the eyes and keep them moist, using the secretion of tears from the lacrimal gland. The lids also have a fast ...

27 May 2014, 09:42 AM
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Nutrition for Your Eyes

Nutrition for Your Eyes by: Eye Contact Guide Nutrition for Your Eyes Ensure that Your Eyes Get the Nutrients They Need We often hear about eating for stronger bones, smoother skin, or glossier hair. Did you know that eating right can actually improve your eyesight and keep the “windows to your soul” clear and healthy for years to come? The eye is a highly complex organ which is mostly made of fatty tissue, known as lipids. As light enters the fatty tissues of the eye, it can break down into ...

19 May 2014, 12:09 PM
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How to Maintain Healthy Kidneys

Having healthy kidneys is extremely important whether you are young or old, even more so when you get older. Kidneys are important for your body to function and you should strive to keep them healthy as you would any other organ in your body. 1. Stop unhealthy habits. This includes smoking, drinking, and medication. 2. Have a healthy diet. Eating healthy is important not just for your kidneys, but for your heart, lungs, brain and other organs as well. Read make a healthy diet plan for more ...

14 May 2014, 07:31 AM
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How to Maintain Healthy Kidneys

Having healthy kidneys is extremely important whether you are young or old, even more so when you get older. <a href="http://www.naturalessentialsuk.com/products" target="_blank"> Kidneys </a>are important for your body to function and you should strive to keep them healthy as you would any other organ in your body. 1. Stop unhealthy habits. This includes smoking, drinking, and medication. 2. Have a <a href="http://www.naturalessentialsuk.com/products" target="_blank">healthy diet</a>. Eatin...

14 May 2014, 07:28 AM
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High Blood Pressure Symptoms

by: Eddie Tobey Systolic blood pressure reading greater or equal to 140 or a diastolic blood pressure reading greater or equal to 90 indicates high blood pressure. Research indicates high blood pressure cannot be detected, as it usually does not have any symptoms. Even if some do exist, these symptoms are usually mild and imprecise. People who have high blood pressure typically would not know it until their blood pressure is measured. That�s why high blood pressure is often labeled "the sil...

07 May 2014, 08:11 AM
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Benefits Of Garlic

by: Munir Moosa Sewani For generation, people are not only using garlic because of its medicinal value, but traditionally, people have rubbed their bodies with it, buried it besides their bodies in coffin, worn it around their necks, draped it on household walls and even prayed to it. This great bulb has a lot of benefits, because no other plant has been held out for so long as a cure for so many human ailments. That’s why garlic has been considered as the “Wonder Drug”. Garlic has be...

28 April 2014, 07:12 AM
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Are you chronically dehydrated?

Are you chronically dehydrated? by: Matt Canham For many of us, when we hear the term dehydration, we immediately think of a man staggering in the desert, or an athlete having just finished a gruelling event. We are correct in a sense, however these are both examples of acute dehydration. You may be surprised to learn there is a far more widespread form — chronic dehydration — that we should all be concerned with. So how do you know if you are chronically dehydrated? Again, many people...

10 March 2014, 01:01 PM
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Do Antioxidant Supplements Help Women?

Do Antioxidant Supplements Help Women? by: Vincent It seems that everyone is jumping on the antioxidant bandwagon and why not? New research is coming out all the time that seems to indicate antioxidants can prevent cancer, strengthen your immune system and even keep you from aging. Antioxidants work by sucking up free radicals that can damage your body's cells and transporting them to the liver where eventually they exit the body. Heart Disease in particular has been the subject of recent s...

27 February 2014, 07:54 AM
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11 Tips to Boost Your Metabolism

11 Tips to Boost Your Metabolism by: Andrew Bicknell Boosting ones metabolism is something many people try to achieve everyday. Having a high metabolic rate increases the amount of calories, or energy, the body burns on a daily basis. Without optimal metabolism the body will store excess calories as fat for future use. The problem for many people is they don�t ever use these excess calories and as a result struggle with weight issues. There are many factors that affect a person�s metabolism...

20 February 2014, 09:01 AM
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Coenzyme Q10

Coenzyme Q10 Nutrovitasub Coenzyme Q10, also known as CoQ10, is a fat-soluble enzyme that has many health saving properties. A powerful antioxidant, CoQ10 assists in the body's battle against harmful free radicals that can lead to a variety of diseases and conditions including heart disease and cancer. In addition to being found in manufactured supplements, Coenzyme Q10 naturally occurs in foods like fish, broccoli, whole grain, red meat and eggs and is made naturally in the body. A coenzyme...

10 February 2014, 11:59 AM
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Omega 3

Omega 3 by: grahamz Omega 3 Omega 3 Reduce Inflammation And Help Chronic Diseases Omega 3(Omega-3) is also known as Fatty Acids. Omega-3, derived from ALA (alpha-linolenic acid) is described as essential as, like vitamins, it must be obtained from diet. According to the human nutrition, the long-chain omega-3 fatty acids EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) are considered much more valuable as these are the forms the body requires. Humans are able to synthesise EPA an...

03 February 2014, 01:59 PM
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Causes of Diabetes

Causes of Diabetes by: Dr Maria Certain factors that contribute to the development of diabetes are Heredity Heredity is a major factor. That diabetes can be inherited has been known for centuries. However, the pattern of inheritance is not fully understood. Statistic indicates that those with a family history of the disease have a higher risk of developing diabetes than those without such a background. The risk factor is 25 to 33 percent more. One reason why diabetes, especially type-2 diabe...

30 January 2014, 11:02 AM
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6 Things You Can Do To Get A Better Night Sleep Tonight

6 Things You Can Do To Get A Better Night Sleep Tonight by: Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS Let's face it-we live in a "go-go" world! Our lifestyle is harried, our food is fast and statistics now show it's taking a toll on one of the most important parts of our life--our sleep. The 2002 National Sleep Foundation (NSF) Sleep in America poll found that 74 percent of American adults are experiencing a sleeping problem a few nights a week or more, 39% get less than seven hours of sleep each weeknight,...

20 January 2014, 08:50 AM
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Preventing Sinus Infections

Preventing Sinus Infections by: Eddie Tobey Sinus infections are infections that cause inflammation to the sinuses. Sinus attacks are caused by an infection in the sinuses or cavities that are present in the bones near the nose. When there is any swelling in these sinuses because of some infection, breathing becomes difficult, resulting in fever, headaches, and other discomforts. It is very important to recognize the exact symptoms and cause of the infection. Sinus infection treatments can ...

10 January 2014, 07:48 AM
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Utilizing Quality Calcium for Health

Utilizing Quality Calcium for Health by: Byron J Richards Calcium is the primary mineral in your bones. Calcium is also needed for muscle function, blood pressure regulation, nerve function, and cellular health. The way in which calcium ends up forming bone is of vital concern to your health - and not just for bone density. Bones are a vital power plant for the formation of red and white blood cells and even act as a regulator of metabolism. Indeed, bone health is a key sign of overall healt...

18 December 2013, 10:55 AM
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High Cholesterol?

High Cholesterol? Mitamins Team What’s the big deal about blood cholesterol anyway? Is your cholesterol high, low, middling, whatever? Well, the fact of the matter is that if you have high cholesterol you could be well on your way to a heart attack or stroke so that’s reason enough to start worrying about it. Is your cholesterol high? Let’s look at what could contribute to high blood cholesterol. It could be all that weight you’re carrying around, it could be all that junk food youâ€...

03 December 2013, 07:48 AM
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