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Home Remedies for Acne

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I picked up this article from the Alternative Medicine Zone and thought it was worth sharing. Women love to stay beautiful not just to please their lover but to attain the self-confidence that they need to boost their ego. However, it is not easy to remain on top shape, particularly because the trouble caused by annoying acne is something that normally gets on one’s way. The sad thing is treatment for acne can hurt one’s budget especially since it is not easy to hire a good...

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The Dirty Dozen & The Clean 15

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The Environmental Working Group has come out with the latest and greatest list for making healthy produce choices.  It’s called the Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides which includes the “Dirty Dozen” —a list of the 12 fruits and vegetables highest in pesticide residue — so buy organic if you can,  and the “Clean 15″ -the produce lowest in pesticide residues.  It’s very interesting to compare this year’s list with last...

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There’s Something Fishy Going On.

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We all know how important eating fish is… primarily for the Omega 3′s we get. And most of us even know that a single 150 gram serving of fish or other seafood provides 50%-60% of our daily protein needs and is low in fat, generally less than 5%.  And still some of us even know that the majority of fish types are low in cholesterol with the exception of prawns, squid and fish roe, however the higher amounts of cholesterol in these foods is offset by the higher...

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Broccoli Juice vs. Sunscreen – Really?

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This was some of the most welcomed news for me!  I am so anti sunscreen.  If you ever stop to read the list of ingredients on the back of a sunscreen bottle you’ll know why.  Laden with harmful chemicals that have been linked to cancer has scared me from the day I first researched a label.  Even the “natural” kind is not great.   And if that’s not bad enough… it blocks the natural vitamin D that we get from the sun…. and 20 minutes in the...

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The less well known vitamin K will soon become very popular.

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The risk of developing non-Hodgkin lymphoma was approximately 45 per cent lower in people with a vitamin K intake of at least 108 micrograms a day, compared with people with an intake of less than 39 micrograms per day, according to findings presented at the 101st Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR). “These results are provocative, since they are the first work we have done on the connection between vitamin K and Non-Hodgkin lymphoma, and...

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