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Sugar: The Bitter Truth

Sugar: The Bitter Truth

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Fennel, Medicinal Properties of Fennel, Saunf, Fenniculum Vulgare Fennel is an aromatic, yellowish green, biennial or perennial herb. The leaves of the fennel are digestive, appetizing and stimulating. Oil of fennel, distilled from the dry seeds is aromatic, carminative and antispasmodic. It is used in various carminative preparations. Funnel consist of moisture 6.3 percent, fat 10 percent, protein 9.5 percent, minerals 13.4 percent, fiber 18.5 percent and carbohydrates 42.3 percent. Alternative Medicine Solutions: Spice Up your Life Cinnamon This spice which is considered to perform detoxification to the organism and stimulate brain function, has antiseptic properties that have proved like most effective for urinary tract infections. Also contains components that have calming properties and are also useful for reducing pain. Besides that through his beautiful taste its improving your mood, cinnamon also protects the blood vessels and contributes to improve circulation. It is considered that cinnamon affects on the regulation of glucose level in blood, because of that the traditional medicine recommends cinnamon as a food supplement for people with diabetes. Rosemary

Herbal Medicine from Your Garden or Windowsill The teasel, Dipsacus fullonum, is also known as fuller's teasel or Venuscup teasle. It's not a plant one would normally associate with herbal medicine, but is surprisingly useful. It is not related to thoroughwort (also sometimes called teasel). Normally, you would expect to see teasel used as an ornamental and everlasting. Taking Charge of Your Health Let thy food be thy medicine and thy medicine be thy food. - Hippocrates (460-377 BC) You need only to view the movie Super Size Me to understand how foods impact the body. In the movie, the director Morgan Spurlock chronicles the adverse health outcomes he experienced from eating nothing but fast food for several weeks. 12 Herbs to Curb Heart Palpitations - NaturalON Photo credit: bigstock.com Although some people experience rapid heartbeats, missed heartbeats, and even irregular heartbeats, these are not signs of true heart trouble, but rather a symptom from another underlying problem such as hormone fluctuations, certain prescription drugs, anxiety or panic attacks, excessive caffeine consumption, menopause, or even an overactive thyroid gland. If you are experiencing irregular heartbeats, be certain that you check with your doctor or cardiologist first to be sure that you do not have heart disease or any other type of heart issue. Once your doctor has given you the OK, check out this list of the top 12 herbs that are known to help calm those heart palpitations that are caused by things other than heart disease or heart malfunctions. 1. Lavender

Future - The air that makes you fat Take a deep breath, and exhale. Depending on where you live, that life-giving lungful of air might just be pushing you towards diabetes and obesity. Two people can eat the same foods, and do the same exercise, but one may put on more weight thanks to the air around their home What Happens To Your Body Within An Hour Of Drinking A Coke Don’t drink cola if you want to be healthy. Consuming soft drinks is bad for so many reasons that science cannot even state all the consequences. If you do drink soft drinks, as well as other sugary foods, you need the two products listed at the bottom of this article. One thing we know for sure is that drinking Coke, as a representative of soft drinks, wreaks havoc on the human organism.

Top 7 Surprising Reasons Why Coriander was so Popular in All Ancient and Modern Civilizations - Tiptop Home Remedies Mostly people use coriander for cooking, but also many of them don’t know other ways how to use it for improving their health. When it comes to the health benefits of coriander (also known as cilantro), it also includes various treatments for high cholesterol levels, inflammation of the skin and other disorders, anemia, menstrual cycle disorders, smallpox, blood sugar disorders, as well as certain benefits in eye care. This herb is full of Magnesium, Vitamins B, A and C and also Iron. Also very important essential oils are present in it. Almost all parts of this plant are used, the seeds, leaves, stems, essential oil, and roots, they can help with some digestive problems, coughs, bronchitis, also joint pain and rheumatism. 1) Coriander is a great source of powerful antioxidants, so it can fight successfully certain oxidative damage.

Reclassifying the Dandelion: From Weed to Powerful Healer Dandelion is one of those plants we tend to think of as a weed. It pops up everywhere, and early; it continues to grow wild unless we pluck it out; and it self-sows at the drop of a hat, so if you have one dandelion, chances are you’ll soon have about eight hundred to pull up. Dandelions reproduce asexually, so each new dandelion is a genetic copy of its parent plant. In recent years, dandelion has also seen surge in popularity as a culinary ingredient. Its bitter leaves make for a pleasant addition to a savory stir-fry – I recently cooked up a dandelion fried rice dish, myself – and its high nutritional content makes it a valuable addition.

'Miracle Grass' Encourages Longevity While Dispelling Disease By Carolanne Wright Contributing Writer for Wake Up World More potent than ginseng, jiaogulan is a powerful antidote to aging, cancer, cardiovascular disease, stress and fatigue. It even helps to maintain proper weight. Known as an immortality elixir, this herb has been used for centuries throughout Asia. Jiaogulan is a top notch tonic for modern life too — a true herbal champion for healthy and dynamic living. 15 Shocking Food Industry Secrets Food manufacturers think you're stupid. In fact, they’re banking on it. Why else would Hershey’s put a ribbon on the Good & Plenty box that says “A fat-free candy.” Sure, it's true—no fat in the box—but it's also very misleading.

Build Strong Immune System and Kill All Kinds of Bacteria Using Live-Forever Plant - Tiptop Home Remedies Latin name: Sempervivum tectorum The plant which is called Houseleek and also live-forever plant is known amongst some people and cultures in the world, mostly as a cure for ear infections, but its usage is much bigger and diverse. Houseleek Many Uses and Benefits Freshly squeezed juice from this plant is helping in the treatment for stomach ulcer (Peptic ulcer), it calms the inflamed mucous membranes, it helps with headaches, asthma, bone aches, it strengths the organism, it helps with the regulations of the blood pressure, normalizes the heart work and bloodstream. It is also used in a treatment of high temperature and fever, nose bleeds and many other disorders. If you mix the juice with honey, it can be very useful for some wounds inside the mouth and the nipples.

Why a Stick of Chewing Gum is More Harmful To Your Health Than Anything You Eat People do not typically ingest gum, so they pay very little attention to its ingredients. The assumption is that if the gum is not swallowed, then the ingredients should not be a concern. However, the ingredients in gum travel into the blood stream faster and in higher concentrations than food ingredients, because they absorb directly through the walls of the mouth, and these ingredients do not undergo the normal filtration process of digestion. Gum is typically the most toxic product in supermarkets that is intended for internal use, and it is likely to kill any pet that eats it. Commercial gum products contain roughly the same list of toxic ingredients, with differing labeling, which is virtually always designed to mislead. Common Ingredients of Gum

An interesting lecture explaining how we are getting poisoned through our addiction(socially and economically) to fructose. by hapkido690 Jun 7

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