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[28 Aug 2006 | No Comment | 23 views]

Is your belly bigger then you like?

If so then Relacore is just what you need!

Excess tummy flab is not your fault� That’s the startling conclusion reached by scientists who discovered the likely cause of stubborn belly fat. But instead of simply identifying the problem� this time, they may have found the solution!

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* Does everyday life make you stressed out and anxious?
* Are you accumulating belly fat that you just can’t get rid of?
* Do you binge eat in response to daily stress?
* Do you have high …

Herbs For Health, Beauty, Skin Care, Recommended »

[27 Aug 2006 | No Comment | 1 views]

You’ve seen it on the news… you’ve read about it in magazines…

People who have used it not only love it but are buying it again and again and again… racking up huge repeat sales at the cosmetic counters of high-end department stores. So what in the world is all the excitement about?

The new “wonder” potion is called Idebenol (pronounced e-deb-in-all), from prestige skin cream developer S’vage Dermatologic Laboratories. But why are cosmetic “insiders” betting that Idebenol will not only make you look years younger but will breathe new life into …

Recommended, Urinary Tract Conditions »

[25 Aug 2006 | No Comment | 11 views]

Uriflow is first non-prescription product that successfully alleviates kidney stone attacks by actually working on the stone itself. The longer a kidney stone remains in your urinary tracts the more damage and pain it can potentially cause to the sensitive kidney tissue.

It is vital to eliminate the stone fast and protect your delicate urinary tissue from irritation, inflammation and irreversible damage.

Uriflow is the only product of its kind that targets every major aspect of kidney stone treatment: Disintegrating the stone, flushing out the smaller fragments, preventing damage to the urinary …

Herbs For Health, Recommended, Urinary Tract Conditions »

[23 Aug 2006 | No Comment | 92 views]

D-Mannose is a simple sugar that occurs naturally in some plants, including cranberries. Although small amounts of D-Mannose are metabolized by the human body, much of it is rapidly excreted in the urine.

In the bladder, D-Mannose can adhere to bacterial lectins, preventing them from sticking to the lining of the bladder. Bacteria can then be flushed away during urination, thereby precluding the formation of colonies within the urinary tract. Because insubstantial amounts of D-Mannose are used by the body, it does not interfere with blood sugar regulation.

D-Mannose is a …