Archive | July, 2010

Treatment of Kidney Infections

Kidney infections, or pyelonephritis, is a specific type of urinary tract infection that may begin in the bladder and travels up into the kidneys. If a kidney infection is not treated properly it can cause permanent damage to the kidneys or even spread into the bloodstream and caused a life-threatening infection. If you believe that [...]

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Hand Massage Oil

* 5 d. lime oil * 5 d. thyme oil * 5 d. eucalyptus oil * 5 d. cajeput oil: in 4 tablespoons carrier oil. Free PDF Health Ebook…!

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Natural Cure for Asthma and Allergies in Children

Natural cures for asthma and allergies in children are often sought by parents who are tired of pumping their children full of medications, steroids and other chemicals that have an amazing range of side effects. Asthma affects millions of people. The attacks can be mild, moderate, severe or life threatening. There is a distinction between [...]

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Antioxidants and Cancer: Researchers Admit They Got It Wrong!

by Warren Matthews of Xtend-Life Do you remember about 3 years ago the headlines splashed all over the world suggesting that anti-oxidant vitamins can speed up the development of cancer? In this study it was suggested that cancer patients who took either vitamin A (beta-carotene) or E (alpha tocopherol) supplements were 40 per cent more [...]

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Learning Portion Control: 5 Items You Can Use to Ensure Proper Food Portions

Portion control can be very hard , especially when the restaurants we frequent expect that we will clean our plates, even when they serve a plateful of food too big for even Paul Bunyan to finish! Food portion is one of the biggest factors in keeping weight under control . While we know that we really aren’t supposed to be eating all the food on our plates that restaurants dish out, it would help to know how much we should eat. However, in a restaurant, it’s hard to tell how much you should shove off the plate to make your 8 oz steak proportionally accurate. The next time you are out at a restaurant, you can envision the below references and save the rest for later! Tips for Dining Out Steak is a big one; some people would rather have a steak cooked for them, however, the problem at a restaurant is that you usually aren’t served a healthy-sized portion — you may have been served 8 ounces, when you should only eat 3 ounces. Your visual guide for a 3 oz piece of steak is a deck of cards .

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Dandruff Remover

Ingredients: * 1/2 cup water * 1/2 cup white vinegar Directions: Combine ingredients then apply directly to the scalp. Use before shampooing. Apply twice a week. Free PDF Health Ebook…!

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Best for Your Bread: Butter, Margarine Or…?

Ever since I can remember I’ve had a strong dislike for both butter and margarine. To this day people still ask me questions like: “How can you eat that freshly baked bread without spreading anything over it? Surely it’s dry and bland?” My answers to these two questions are usually brief: “Easy. No.” Here’s why… I grew up in the southern suburbs of Johannesburg, South Africa. An area of the city known for its diverse cultures and predominant Mediterranean communities like Portuguese, Italian, Lebanese and Greek.

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Dangers of Dry Drowning: Learn How to Stay Safe

With vacation time for kids officially here, it is likely many of them will be headed towards the closest body of water to cool off, and many of us adults have fond summer memories of enjoying similar fun with our own friends. However, a little known phenomenon likely few of us has heard of— dry drowning – may put a deadly damper on carefree fun unless precautions are taken. Not much is known about dry drowning, also known as a shallow water blackout. A person who dry-drowns typically displays few or no symptoms when the actual drowning is occurring , and sometimes symptoms or effects appear hours after actually being in water. This shouldn’t be a cause to panic or to forbid your children from enjoying the many benefits of swimming and playing in water. Dry drowning is considered rare ; however, there are some warning signs you should learn to spot.

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Free Natural Pet Ebook: Natural Help for Pet Tooth Decay

As part of our ongoing effort to provide our readers with quality information on natural pet health we’d like to offer you this completely free ebook. Our ebooks cover a wide variety of topics including dog and cat health; horse training dog training and cat training; natural equine health and many ebooks which offer valuable [...]

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Fragrances and Cologne

Fragrances and cologne often define our personalities and brand our presence. We spend hours searching for the right scent or buy the first one that we think smells like us. Lots of manufacturers and department store sell fragrances and cologne to capitalize on buyers who continue to search for just the perfect scent. When a [...]

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