Healthier Eyes without Glasses

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Just think for a moment about how important our eyes are. Modern life and the strain it places on our eyes (driving a car, watching TV, working on the computer or reading for long hours) causes the eye muscles to become so tense that the venous blood cannot drain out. Consequently the eyes become blood...

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Delicious Recipes to Brighten Up Your Winter

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To brighten up your Winter days, we have put together some delicious recipes for you to juice, bake and share with your family and friends …. Or have all to yourself.  Follow this link to enjoy ! Delicious Recipes to Brighten Up Your Winter

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Lower Cholesterol in 8 Weeks with The Wonders of Oat Bran

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The oat-bran phenomenon began in the research laboratories of Dr James Anderson at the University of Kentucky Lexington in the mid 1980’s.  At the time he was working with diabetic patients, trying to determine whether one cereal would be more effective than another in controlling blood-sugar levels.  When Dr Anderson came to oatmeal, he found...

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Nutritional Supplements – 25 Good Reasons Why You May Need Them

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Many people believe that eating a well balanced diet provides all the vitamins and minerals necessary for good health. In ideal circumstances, this is the case, but in reality there are many reasons why you may need vitamin supplements to cope with living in the twentieth century environment. Taking vitamins when required is a safe...

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Food Intolerances and Sensitivities

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Without the proper nutrition our bodies cannot get the vital sustenance it needs to function properly. But how can sensitivities to food and environmental substances cause nutritional deficiencies and how does this affect our mental and physical health? Basic Nutrition There are four basic nutritional elements: water, carbohydrates, proteins and fats. These basic nutrients plus...

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The Benefits of Massage

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The word ‘massage’ is thought to be derived from several sources. The Latin root massa and the Greek roots massein or masso mean to touch, handle, squeeze or knead. The French verb masser also means to knead. The Arabic root mass or mass’h and the Sanskrit root makeh translate as “press softly”. THE HISTORY OF...

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Natural Antibiotics and Your Immune System

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By Dr. Nerida James, Naturopath, Homeopath, Herbalist, Director The Natural Healing Centre Through rebuilding, immunity health is naturally restored. If health and immunity are maintained the individual is no longer vulnerable to bacteria and disease. Your immune system is your natural bodyguard. It works to protect you against any outside factor that threatens your survival....

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Anti Ageing

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Growing older is not an illness, but the passing years do make the body more vulnerable to disease. Our genes dictate that the body’s cells stop dividing after they have divided between twenty to thirty times. New cells must be made to replace those that stop dividing, a process that slows with age. Many researchers...

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Understanding Pain

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Pain consists of inflammation. This translates into heat and swelling, which in turn gives pain. The word Arthritis means simply, Arth= bone and Itis= inflammation. This translates into “Bone Inflammation.” The medical approach is to give drugs to alter your immune system so your body doesn’t attack the bone, creating inflammation. The drugs are developed...

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