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12 Ways To Use Onions As A Natural Remedy

Weird Ways To Use Onions As Natural Remedies

Onions are vegetables, known as bulb onions or common onions, the one mostly cultivated being the Allium genus. There are many benefits of onions, it is an amazingly versatile vegetable found in almost every home. There are different varieties of onions;  white,  red and  yellow, and each one is as healthy as the other. In […]

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Kale – The Superfood With Many Health Benefits

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Kale is a dark green leafy vegetable that has never been as popular as other green leafy vegetables. But in the last few years, this has really started to change. Nutritionists have been studying the nutritional value of kale and declared it the ‘number one superfood’ and the ‘Queen of the Greens’. This positive publicity […]

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How can we get kids to eat more vegetables?

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American toddlers are more likely to eat french fries than vegetables, a new survey shows (Natural News) If you have kids, one of the most difficult things to do is to feed them vegetables. Different strategies, such as repeated food exposure, food adaptations, mealtime adaptations, social factors, nutrition education, and mixed-methods interventions, may help you get […]

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Studies Show That Drinking Coffee Can Help You To Live Longer

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The study has found out that coffee drinkers have exhibited healthier livers and better glucose control compared with non-drinkers. In addition, the scientists have observed a similar effect after consuming decaffeinated coffee.

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Why Eating Junk Foods Puts Stress On Your Digestive System

In short, fast foods add to the stress on your digestive system, resulting in poor nutrition and a host of health problems that can be alleviated by avoiding junk foods and eating more organic foods that are prepared naturally at home.

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Do You Have Food Sensitivities And Leaky Gut?

The intestinal lining is only one cell layer thick so that can become damaged fairly easily. When this layer becomes damaged, the holes in the sieve become bigger so that larger molecules of fat, carbohydrates, partially digested protein, and undigested protein can pass into the bloodstream.

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40 Studies Saying GMOs are Bad for You

One would think that after recent WHO suggestions that the common worldwide pesticide used on the bulk of agriculture – glyphosate (or Roundup) is a “probable carcinogen,” that mandatory labeling would be immediately initiated. Is it hardly unreasonable to expect labeling on the foods that have been sprayed?

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How A Plant Based Diet Will Improve Your Genes

When Hippocrates wrote 2,400 years ago to “let food be thy medicine,” he had no idea that scientific experiments would one day prove him a visionary. Food is no longer just a source of calories containing protein, carbs and fats. Food is information and can be viewed as a remote control to our genes, turning them on and off by a variety of modifications.

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Start Adding Some Variety to Your Vegetarian Lifestyle

If you’re considering moving to a vegetarian diet as an adult, you probably want to pass on this good nutrition and improved way of eating to your family as well. In fact, it’s your responsibility as a parent to nurture your children and help them develop physically, mentally and spiritually

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