Lower Blood Pressure with Watermelon
Deep in ancient south Africa, a popular summer fruit now known as watermelon, grew wild in it’s native home. There is hieroglyphic evidence of watermelon being cultivated as far as 5,000 years ago. Watermelon is not only delicious, it’s made up of over 90% water, making it extremely hydrating. In fact, ancient travelers would carry watermelons with them throughout their journey as… read more
Pepper Fights Fat!
Black pepper – the “king” of spice. It has been used for centuries as a culinary spice, in traditional Eastern medicines and therapeutically in dentistry. Black peppercorns contain exceptional amounts of minerals like potassium, zinc, calcium, iron and magnesium as well vitamin C, A and B complex groups. You can even add a teaspoon of pepper to your wash load to keep the… read more
Don’t Get Burned By Sunscreen!
In the last blog entry, Vitamin D: Key to Lower ♥ Disease,we talked about Vitamin D and it’s link to the sun. The sun is a great way to soak up much needed Vitamin D but we still need to be careful and remember to use sun protection. Recently, the Environmental Working Group released the 2012 Sunscreen Guide. According to this… read more
Childhood Acne: Treatments Now Available
Acne can be a major issue for all ages. It tends to be most common among teenagers but, what about the few preadolescents who suffer from it? The first acne treatments and guidelines for children starting at the age of 7 have been revealed and are both efficient and easy to understand! Now, thanks to these new treatments and… read more
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