Month: October 2014

Heal Your Brain and Your Body with This Super Tea

What’s the Best Tea? Traditionally, Asians, and especially the Chinese, have always been known to drink a variety of teas. It’s as though they knew of all the health benefits they brought, and hundreds of years later, the Western world is embracing teas like they were going out of style. Today, we have tea bars and specialty tea stores, as well as walls and shelves of different types of teas and specially flavored teas in grocery stores that didn’t exist before. So, what’s the super tea? Green Tea Green tea. You have surely heard of it and have tried...

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Home Remedies to Cure Cold and Flu

How to Naturally Cure a Cold or Flu With cold and flu season around the corner, more and more people will be subjected to the sniffles, coughs, sneezing, sore throats, and so on, but before you reach for an over-the-counter medicine, take the time to think about everything nature has to offer that can relieve your suffering. Stuffy Nose Remedy Forget about those chemical based nasal decongestants that can be addictive and harmful and turn to a saline solution that you can make at home: Boil one cup of water and let cool. Meanwhile, sterilize a glass bottle and...

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Sugar Related Health and Weight Problems

What’s 8 Times More Addictive than Cocaine? We all know the dangers of cocaine, and for that matter, just how highly addictive it really is, but scientists made some astounding findings about cocaine-hooked lab rats and their preference for the other white powder–SUGAR! Sugar is everywhere, and you’re probably consuming a lot more of this toxic substance than you know. What’s more is that the food manufacturing companies use creative language to avoid writing SUGAR on the label, likely in an effort to fool the unsuspecting consumer. Dangers of Sugar in Unsuspecting Foods The food manufacturers know this dirty...

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