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Tasty Keto Breakfast Burger

19/08/2018 none 0

Recipe by Paleohacks
https://blog.paleohacks.com/keto-breakfast-burger/
People all over the world enjoy burgers, as they can be interpreted in several ways depending on how creative you can get. But have you imagined yourself eating a burger i…

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Learn More About Psoriasis: An Introduction to This Disease

19/08/2018 none 0

Some people tend to overlook the fact that the skin is your body’s largest organ, and that it performs vital functions such as retaining body fluids, avoiding dehydration and shutting out harmful microbes. Moreover, your skin is one of the most visible…

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Organic Egg Farmer Wages War on ‘Health’ Agency

13/08/2018 none 0

By Dr. Mercola
Jesse Laflamme, chief executive officer of America’s No. 2 egg brand, Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs, is asking tough questions about how the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sets its food labeling rules.
After filing a 17-page …

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You Won’t Want to Miss This Live EFT Demonstration

10/08/2018 none 0

You Won’t Want to Miss This LIVE EFT Demonstration
Join us LIVE Friday, August 10, at 11 a.m. CT as Julie Schiffman demonstrates the benefits of tapping and how tapping can help relieve stress. The demonstration is absolutely FREE for all…

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Introduction to Yeast Infection, Causes and Treatment

05/08/2018 none 0

Fungi are a unique collection of single-cell and multicellular organisms that have their own kingdom, separate from the plant and animal kingdoms. Mycology is the dedicated field of study for fungi, concerned with discovering new species, as well as di…

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How to Make Hummus

05/08/2018 none 0

One of the most endearing foods in Middle Eastern cuisine that has become popular worldwide is hummus. It is literally the Arabic word for chickpea, one of the main ingredients used to make this tasty dip. Other components of hummus include olive oi…

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Echinacea: The All-American Flower

03/08/2018 none 0

Echinacea, commonly known as coneflower, is a member of the Asteraceae family, a large plant family composed of 23,600 species. Well-known members of this family include dandelion, cudweed, artichokes, lettuce and sunflower. It is considered to be an e…

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Sencha Tea: Japan’s Most Popular Tea Variety

28/07/2018 none 0

You may think that matcha green tea is the most popular and widespread type of tea found in Japan, but it actually isn’t — that title belongs to sencha. Comprising over 80 percent of tea consumption in Japan,1 sencha is a high-quality tea that anyone v…

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Bite Into These Berry Bomb Pops This Summer

22/07/2018 none 0

Recipe from Ruled.Me
When you think of summer, the first thing that probably pops into your mind is how to stay cool. Taking a dip in the pool or at the beach may be one, but eating homemade ice pops straight from the freezer is another easy way to…

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What You Need to Know About Sassafras Tea

21/07/2018 none 0

Root beer may be one of the most popular beverages in the world today, but did you know that its flavor was once literally taken from a plant’s roots? The original taste of root beer was all thanks to the sassafras plant, which was extremely popular…

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Introduction to Hypoglycemia

15/07/2018 none 0

Have you been feeling faint or under the weather after changing your diet, skipping a few meals or going for a few hours more at the gym? If so, there’s a chance that you’re hypoglycemic. Hypoglycemia is a fairly common condition, especially in the …

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This Buffalo Coleslaw Is Perfect for Your Summer Cookouts

15/07/2018 none 0

Recipe From Ruled.me
Planning to throw a backyard barbeque party this summer? Take your BBQ to the next level by pairing it with this Buffalo Coleslaw from Ruled.me. It’s creamy and crunchy, like a perfect coleslaw should be. But here’s the twist…

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Luscious and Creamy Keto Cacao Milkshake

08/07/2018 none 0

Recipe From Paleohacks
Milkshakes are popular refreshments, but here’s the catch: Traditional milkshakes, especially those that come from fast-food restaurants, usually contain copious amounts of pasteurized milk, refined sugar and artificial flavo…

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Fibromyalgia: Find Out More About This Chronic Condition

01/07/2018 none 0

Do you experience constant pain and fatigue all over your body for months at a time? Does this feeling of exhaustion cause you to lose sleep, develop headaches or suffer cognitive problems1 (like mixing up or forgetting names) all the time? Beware: …

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Burdock Root: Bitter in Taste, but Sweet on Health Benefits

28/06/2018 none 0

Burdock (Arctium) is a flowering plant that has been a major part of various cultures for over hundreds of years. In Japan, its root is known as “gobo,” and is used in their cuisine.1 The Iroquois tribe of North America, as well as other Native Ameri…

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All You Need to Know About Canker Sores: An Introduction

24/06/2018 none 0

The term “canker sores” may not ring a bell for some, but most people have actually been affected by these types of mouth ulcers at some point in their lives. If you’ve experienced pain because of round or oval sores that have a grayish-white film a…