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Food For Eyes

Food For Our Eyes: Kale, Spinach, and Collards Lutein and Zeaxanthin are anti oxidants that protect and maintain healthy cells and they are abundant in these dark, leafy greens. The American Optometric Association said that they act like “internal sunglasses”  that can filter the harmful blue waves. Moreover, they are also rich

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Food And Skin

Pimples are seriously the skin problem from hell. They hurt when they are forming, and they look and feel disgusting once they are there. After that pimple is gone, it leaves you with an acne scar. It has been told that eating chocolate causes breakouts, and pizza results in pizza

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Skin And Hair In Winters

Whipping winds, dry air, and chilly temperatures can really effect out soft skin and hair in winter. Skin and Hair are meant for specific body functions. We lost body fur a while ago but we still have hair on our heads to keep the brain toasty and protected from occasional bumps.

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In Love with Peanut Butter ?

We associate Peanut Butter with better overall diet quality and nutrient intakes. Peanuts also contain vitamin E, protein,folic acid, and antioxidants as well as mono-saturated and poly saturated  fats (“heart healthy”). It reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes in women. But what is really lurking beneath the surface of that nutty paste that

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SAY NO TO MULTIVITAMINS

Three studies published on Monday bear the following hand-to-open-mouth news: 1. Multivitamins do nothing to stave off cognitive decline associated with aging. Multivitamins offer no benefit in preventing heart disease, cancer or early death. 3. High doses of multivitamins did not help prevent a second heart attack. Harvard researchers examined a subset of nearly 6,000 male

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SUFFERING FROM PMS?

Premenstrual Syndrome(PMS) is a collection of a range of emotional symptoms, with or without   physical symptoms, occurring only during the luteal phase of woman's menstrual cycle. Three out of four women who menstruate experience similar symptoms like cramping, bloating and general crabbiness ranging from mild (in 75 percent of women) to severe (in 20-30 percent

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