Coffee Does More Than Just Stunt Your Growth and Put Hair On Your Chest!!

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Coffee is a tasty treat for millions of people around the world, and there’s plenty of people that will tell you that coffee is bad for you – but I’m here to tell you that coffee is good for…at least in moderation. So I’ve compiled a list of positive effects that coffee has on your body so that you can feel better about having your morning cup ‘o joe. Read More…

Lose Weight – Eat Foods That Make You Feel Full!

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Losing weight is a never-ending battle for some people, but if you really think about it, it’s a pretty simple process. The key is to eat foods that make you feel full instead of eating foods that make you feel hungry an hour or two later – pretty easy huh. Here are some simple tips to help you eat smarter. Read More…

Health Tip: Don’t Work-Out To Lose Weight…What?!?

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The title of this post may need some explaining…

The idea that some people have that working-out is the best way to lose weight and get that tight body we all want isn’t an entirely accurate way of thinking. Don’t get me wrong, working-out is a very important part of getting in shape, but it’s not the only piece of the puzzle. In my opinion, when it comes to weight loss, having a healthy diet is more important than working-out. Let me explain… Read More…

It’s The Start of a New Year…Time for New Year’s Resolutions

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As 2008 slowly fades away and 2009 is finally here, most of us gather up whatever motivation (or lack there of) we can muster up and set out to accomplish our New Year’s resolutions – but we all know it’s not as easy as it sounds. Most of us make ’em, but few of us actually follow through and complete our New Year’s goals. Whether it be to get in better shape, lose weight, get a better job, or just live a better life, accomplishing these resolutions aren’t that easy. Read More…

11 Easy Ways to Control or Prevent Diabetes

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According to a recent article in Woman’s World (December, 2008), 24 million Americans are suffering from diabetes, and another 52 million are at risk of developing the disease.  There are a number of things you can do to reduce the risk of developing diabetes, and in most cases, they’re just small changes in your lifestyle that will reduce your risk of diabetes by as much as 50% in some cases.  Here’s a list of 11 easy ways to control, or even prevent, diabetes… Read More…

Sleeping-In Can Be Good For Your Heart (Sweet!)

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A recent report by ABC News suggests that sleep may play a major role in heart health. These findings are the first official results linking sleep to good health, although it’s no secret that a full nights rest can do wonders on the body. Read More…

Is Diet Soda Really Better for You Than Regular Soda?

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Most people don’t realize how many calories they consume each day from drinks alone. Studies show that the average person could cut about 450 calories per day from their diet if they just cut out the sugary drinks – that’s nearly 1 pound of fat loss per week! Read More…

Heal Arthritis Naturally

The word arthritis means inflammation, and that is exactly what is happening to your joints when you suffer from arthritis. It’s very common in adults, as many as 1 in 3 adults have some form of arthritis. There are over a hundred types of arthritis but they all share the same basic characteristics, swelling, stiffness, and pain. Read More…

Relief From Cold Sores

Cold sores, which are also called fever blisters, are caused by the type 1 herpes virus. It is contracted by person-to-person contact, such as sharing utensils or kissing. This virus stays dormant in your nerve cells until you have a breakout in which blisters or irritation occurs around the mouth area. Do not confuse cold sores with canker sores. Canker sores appear inside the mouth on soft tissue, where as cold sores appear around the mouth, nose, and sometimes on the gums. Read More…

Get Rid of Moles and Warts

Moles are skin irregularities that can be very unsightly, and most people choose to have them removed. Some people are born with moles, as it is very common for skin moles to run in the family genes. You can also acquire moles through exposure to the sun. Some moles can be cancerous, so it is important to have them removed, or at least check out by a doctor. You can get them surgically removed, but it is expensive and can leave scars. There are natural alternatives to this procedure that can be extremely effective. Read More…

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