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Back To School Diet For Dense Bones
Well its that time of the year again and the early morning hustle and bustle of getting ready for school is back in our lives again.  Kids fighting over bathroom time and trying to find that shirt that went perfect with those new jeans that is nowhere to be... Read more
Salt Is Good For You

Salt Is Good For You

Diet August 16, 2012

For decades we have been grilled that salt is bad for the body and many people at risk of heart disease have been advised by doctors that salt can do more harm than good.  they way I look at it is that that advice is actually putting those with... Read more
Top 8 Sources Of Protein

Top 8 Sources Of Protein

Diet August 16, 2012

What we call protein is in reality a member of the amino acid molecules and when combined we get various combos of proteins.  We need protein at all stages of our lives, for a vast variety of bodily functions. It’s the major component of all cells, including bone and... Read more
Why Bran Is Good For You
When processing occurs in grains such as rice, oats and wheat the outer layer is removed and sadly this is where a great deal of the nutritious value is of the particular crop. Bran is made of an insoluble dietary fiber and does not break the same way that... Read more
The Greatness of Niacin (Vitamin B-3)
Niacin is of of the greatest vitamins out there and is one of the eight essential B vitamins today.  It is an essential vitamin because if not consume daily you will develop symptoms and health complications. This vitamin is used by your body in a vast variety of ways... Read more
Naturally Boost Your Metabolism
By Ed Barillas-Staff Writer Wether your trying to regain that figure you had in your earlier years or perhaps your into working out and weightlifting and tired of all those synthetic metabolism booster pills that all but turn you into a nervous junky or maybe you just want to... Read more
Cleansing Your Colon Naturally
by Ed Barillas- Staff writer Colon cancer or colecterol cancer originates from uncontrolled cell growth in the colon or rectum and affects over 200,000 people per year in the US alone.  Some symptoms may include anemia or rectal bleeding which are linked to weight loss and change in bowel... Read more
Staying Ahead Of Osteoporosis
It has been estimated recently that around 75 million Americans suffer from osteoporosis which is a disease that ends in bone loss, loss of tissue and bone density.  Some people are more prone to develop this disease but by developing healthy diet habits they will be able to at... Read more
Kid Friendly Snacks

Kid Friendly Snacks

Diet August 8, 2012

  With options ranging and coming from vending machines full of candy and chips to especially those disgusting and super unhealthy school lunch meals, our kids are not doing this to themselves but it is being done to them. Of course the major finger pointing goes to the food... Read more
Cheese facts

Cheese facts

Diet August 8, 2012

It doesn’t matter what kind of natural cheese you eat you are doing your body a great favor.  Please keep in mind that I am not talking about factory processed cheese either as this processed cheese that comes in slices or worst in a can will surely wreck any... Read more