Monthly Archives: December 2010

As eye health is connected to whole body health, a diet that supports healthy, strong vision is similar to a diet that supports health in all our body systems. Continue reading

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Foods are a common trigger for migraine headaches. The elimination diet identifies triggers by systematic elimination and re-introduction of possible trigger foods such as milk, wheat, eggs, caffeine, alcohol, corn, nuts, shellfish and monosodium glutamate (MSG). Continue reading

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Known as Peruvian ginseng, this herb would make them physically strong however, people soon realized that it also heightened their sex drive and started discouraging maca intake for the sake of protecting the women from overly aggressive men. Continue reading

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Hormonal balance is very complicated given all the environmental and internal factors that play with our estrogen levels. Eating right is one way you can re-claim control over your hormones. Continue reading

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To keep skin healthy, it’s important to take good care of our whole body since the skin’s vibrancy and texture is dependent on the health of the rest of our body. Continue reading

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Though there’s still no firm consensus on the exact definition of a superfood, nutritionists generally agree that foods with higher than usual antioxidant, fibre or essential fatty acid content can be called superfoods. To fully understand what makes a food super, let’s look at each of these components separately. Continue reading

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The migraine process involves the whole body, leading many scientist to believe the root cause to be in the nerve endings throughout the body. Nerve endings sense changes in the internal or external environment, responding to a drop in blood sugar from a missed meal or the hormonal fluctuations of menstruation. Once a change is sense, nerve endings release neurotransmitters called neuropeptides that begin a the cascade of a migraine episode. Continue reading

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