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Celeriac Is The Ugly Duckling Of The Vegetable World

Added April 2, 2014, Under: Environment, Health, How To

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Recently we were given some celeriac by a friend who had grown it in her veggie garden. We peeled and cooked it before mashing with some butter and soy sauce and serving. With its hint of celery and subtle nutty taste, it was delicious. It was the first time we had ever tasted it but certainly won't be the last. What is celeriac? Celeriac, also called turnip-rooted celery or knob celery, is a variety of celery cultivated mainly for its edible round ...

Sunning & Palming For Your Eye Health |

Added March 26, 2014, Under: Environment, How To

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I have come across a new and effective technique for your eye health and it is known as “sunning”.  This method helps to accustom your eyes to light and goes hand in hand with another technique known as “palming” which in turn accustoms your eyes to the dark. Your eyes are natural light receptors which are constructed to respond to light but if you work indoors, and particularly in a windowless and artificially lit area, your eyes are almost certainly not ...

Epsom Salts in the Tub for a Total Spa Treatment |

Added March 23, 2014, Under: Headaches & Migraines, How To, Inflammation, Skin Conditions

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Most would hardly give Epsom salts a second thought but they are surprisingly full of health benefits. The salt is named for a salty spring at Epsom in Surrey (in the UK), and not too far from where I now live. In fact Epsom salts are not a salt at all but a 100% natural pure mineral, comprising magnesium and sulfate. Why do we need magnesium and sulfates? It is now known that both magnesium and sulfate are readily absorbed through the ...

How About Reducing Your Carbon Footprint For Lent? |

Added March 8, 2014, Under: Environment, How To, Top 10

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Even those who are not particularly religious will often give up something for Lent and, this week, the call here in the UK has been not to give up beer or chocolates but to make it a carbon themed sacrifice instead. We are only a couple of days into Lent so there is still plenty of time to make that decision and to keep it up for the next 40 plus days until Easter. It is said that a habit can ...

Are you Anxious for a Healthy Chocolate Treat? |

Added February 22, 2014, Under: Health, How To, Nutrition

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Who can resist chocolate, including me? But of course when we are trying to keep to the straight and narrow on our road to healthier living, our sweet tooth is always lurking there ready to jump in with temptation. But I have found the perfect solution... It is a recipe for a raw chocolate cake (courtesy of Nadia Petrova of According to Nadia, it has a wonderful rich flavor, it’s all raw, vegan, gluten-free and most important of all it is easy ...

The Story of a Bipolar Zombie & How She Eliminated Deadly Medications to Heal Her Brain Naturally |

Added January 25, 2014, Under: Diets, Diseases, Drugs, How To

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I recently wrote about Tara.  You might remember my interview with her here.  Now with a bit of nudging from me, Tara has agreed to share some of her success secrets with you in the hope of helping others diagnosed with the same disorder. I am sure you will marvel at her perseverance but look how it paid off? She is a great inspiration to anyone who makes the decision to go the natural route for treating a chronic condition.  Here is ...

How to Change Your Ways If You Are Diagnosed with Fatty Liver |

Added January 24, 2014, Under: Diets, Diseases, Exercise, How To

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Everyone has a small amount of fat in their liver but anything in excess of 5 to 10% of fat in the weight of your liver is definitely surplus, leading to liver disease and even serious health complications.  And contrary to public perception, liver disease is not always as a result of drinking alcohol. The liver is usually the largest organ in your body, performing many functions. Either directly or indirectly, your liver accounts for growth, immunization, nutrition and reproduction. But ...

How to Avoid the Dangers of Being PinPointed By Criminals as a Suitable Victim |

Added January 9, 2014, Under: Health, How To, Top 10, Women's Health

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I found some of this information floating around the internet and, although there is no source, I think it has enough value to make it worth sharing with you. Apparently, a group of rapists and date rapists (who were doing time in prison) were interviewed on what they look for in a potential victim. Here is what they had to say Someone with long hair - they are most likely to go after a woman with a ponytail or other hairstyle that can ...

Alcoholic & Non Alcoholic Beverages & How To Ensure They Are Healthy |

Added December 27, 2013, Under: How To, Nutrition

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It is the festive season (and don't we know it!) and even if you do not go in for alcohol often during the rest of the year, you might feel that a celebratory drink or two is more than justified in December. But can you combine “healthy” and “alcohol” in the same sentence? It would seem that you can. I have been doing some research and I have found at least 4 that fit the bill (courtesy of First is one known as ...

Stress Headaches |

Added December 13, 2013, Under: Headaches & Migraines, How To, Vitamin D

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While there are different types of headaches and migraines, the presence of stress in our modern lifestyles can lead to stress or tension headaches – a condition experienced by over 30% of adults at some stage. We may think of stress as being all bad but it has enabled man to adapt, to evolve and even to master all types of challenges. It is certainly not a recent phenomena with early man living under considerable stress when you consider all he ...

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