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THERE ARE FOUR TYPES OF BELLY FAT: WHAT IS YOUR TYPE AND HOW TO GET RID OF IT?

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Before you start a strict diet because of the excess inches around the waist, discover your belly fat type, and then discover how to get rid of it. The punctured tire belly fat This form of belly fat occurs due to a long sitting in one place and immobility of …

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Scientific findings : THIS FRUIT KILLS DIABETES AND STOPS BREAST CANCER CELLS FROM GROWING AND SPREADING

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Bitter melon has a very long history of medicinal use in the East. It has been used traditionally for high blood pressure, skin infections, painful menstruation, kidney stones, colic, malaria, glaucoma,high cholesterol, diarrhea, stomach cramps, hemorrhoids, and fever. Bitter melon contains alkaloids, glycoside, peptides, acids, cucurbitins, charantin, cucurbitacins, momordine, momorcharins, …

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How Exercise Works for Depression

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Exercise may have an effect on mood by releasing the body’s own painkilling and euphoria-producing chemicals (endorphins) and other neurotransmitters that send electrical and chemical signals to the brain, affecting sleep, appetite, alertness, and level of energy. Often exercise is done in groups or with a trainer, and the social contact may be a …

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4 Reasons You’ll Get Skin Cancer: Are you guilty of these skin sins?

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You’re never too old—or too young—to be making big mistakes when it comes to protecting your skin. Case in point: Melanoma rates are up across the board, but especially among women under 40, according to a new study by the Mayo Clinic. In fact, women under 40 are eight times more …

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WARNING: The Noodles that Cause Chronic Inflammation, Weight Gain, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease!

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The instant noodles are popular among people who don’t have time for lunch or dinner. You may consider them as a healthy food or at least not that bad as fries and burger or burrito. The Massachusetts General Hospital’s experiment of Dr. B. Kuo used a pill sized camera to …

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10 Signs and Symptoms of Iron Deficiency

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Iron is an important dietary mineral that is involved in various bodily functions. It is commonly known for aiding the production of hemoglobin, a protein that helps red blood cells deliver oxygen throughout your body. It also acts as a transport medium for electrons to travel within the cells and …

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Approved Herbal Medicine By Philippine Department Of Health

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Banaba Herb is a medicinal herb endorsed by the Philippine Department of heath that has medicinal value for diabetes  treatment and weight loss Philippine Traditional and Alternative Medicine Traditional medicine has been practiced since ancient times in every culture throughout the world and has been an integral part of human …

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LATEST STUDY: This Green Herb Could Be The Cure To Five Different Types Of Cancer Including Ovarian, Liver, Lung, And Melanoma! Tree for life!

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Moringa is a plant with small, round leaves that is also known as “drumstick tree”, “miracle tree” or “horseradish tree”. It has been used as a remedy for various ailments for millennia thanks to its powerful nutrients. Moringa leaves are rich in vitamins and minerals such as potassium, vitamin C, …

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Drinking three glasses of champagne ‘could help prevent dementia and Alzheimer’s disease

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Drinking three glasses of champagne can help prevent dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, scientists have found. A compound found in Pinot noir and Pinot meunier grapes used to make bubbly, is said to prevent the onset of the brain diseases. The research, which was based on an experiment involving rats, was published by academics at Reading University. …

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