Friday, April 30, 2010

Supercharge Your Breast Growth with Amino Acids

Growth hormone is an essential ingredient in natural breast enlargement. Without enough growth hormone, your breasts won't grow no matter how many herbs you take. Unfortunately, growth hormone levels start to plummet by age 25. Fortunately, there is a solution: amino acids.

Amino acids are the building blocks of protein. Since growth hormone is a protein, adding certain amino acids to your system can drastically boost growth hormone, turning breast growth "on" again.

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Make Your Own Safe, Natural, and Healthful Toothpastes and Cleansers

You may want to make your own toothpaste if you want total control over the ingredients in your toothpaste and want to be sure the toothpaste is fluoride and glycerin free.
Virtually all commercial toothpastes contain one or both of two problematic ingredients: fluoride and glycerin. Fluoride, a mining by-product, is one of the bigger scams perpetrated on an unwitting public. Instead of being beneficial it actually damages teeth. Glycerin coats the enamel and prevents natural re-mineralization of teeth. The solution in avoiding those two items may be making your own tooth paste or tooth cleanser at home.

Here are some recipes you can make at home which contain neither fluoride or glycerin: Read more

Monday, April 26, 2010

8 Invented Diseases Big Pharma Is Banking On

Sleep sweating? Here are some new ways the pharmaceutical industry plans to make money.
Since direct-to-consumer drug advertising debuted in 1997, pharma's credo has been When The Medication Is Ready, The Disease (and Patients) Will Appear. Who knew so many people suffered from restless legs?

But pharma's recent plan to move from mass-market molecules into more lucrative vaccines and biologics did not see the anti-vaxer movement coming: millions of Americans saying You Want to Vaccinate Me -- and My Child -- with WHAT?? and condemning vials of H1N1, rotavirus and MMR vaccines to sit, well, way past their expiration dates. Nor were fears of an international vaccine conspiracy helped by former CDC Director Julie Gerberding resurfacing as President of Merck Vaccines in December. (Nice revolving door if you can catch it.) Read more

Friday, April 23, 2010

3 Tips to Avoid Bloating with Natural Breast Enlargement

One of the biggest concerns women have with natural breast enlargement is that they'll gain weight when using breast enlargement herbs. Although these herbs are not associated with weight gain, they CAN cause temporary bloating. The good news is that there are steps you can take to counteract this effect so you can enjoy bigger breasts AND a sleek, sexy body. Here are three tips to avoid bloating when taking natural breast enlargement herbs:

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Can Dieting Be Hazardous to Your Health?

We know that maintaining a healthy weight is good for us, but drastic calorie restriction to attain that weight can create a host of serious problems, according to a new study.
Going on a diet could increase your risk of developing potentially deadly conditions such as heart disease, diabetes and cancer, a study has revealed.

It found that those who controlled their calorie intake produced higher levels of the harmful stress hormone cortisol.

And it claimed that exposure to the hormone actually made some dieters put on weight, which could explain why so many Britons fail to shed fat despite slashing their food intake. Read more

Monday, April 19, 2010

Turmeric for Inflammation

Turmeric is an herbal spice used for inflammation, and it has been very effective as a post-operational treatment.

Friday, April 16, 2010

Health Dangers Lurk in Everyday Products

Health dangers lurk in thousands of everyday products. Margaret Durst tells how to protect yourself.
Xenobiotics and Xenoestrogens are chemicals in our environment and in our food supply that have a hormone-like activity. There is mounting evidence that exposure to these chemicals may be a significant cause of breast cancer, the decline in male sperm production, testicular cancer, prostate cancer and other serious health conditions.

Nearly all xenobiotics are derived from a petroleum source. They are found in literally thousands of products that we use everyday. These products include plastics, microchips, medicines, foods, soaps, lotions, clothing, pesticides, herbicides, cleansers, etc. Read more

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Forget Aspirin and Ibuprofen: Handling Cash Is a Better Painkiller.

Even if you're not 100% sold on natural remedies, here's one I'll bet you'll want to try: a new study suggests that Handling a wad of cash may be as good at killing pain than ibuprofen or aspirin.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota carried out a series of studies which revealed those who counted money before taking part in an experiment where they were subjected to low levels of pain felt less discomfort than those who did not.

Its thought that fondling notes and coins helps ward off pain by boosting feelings of self-worth and self-sufficiency. Read more

Monday, April 12, 2010

Kapalbhati Yoga Breathing Exericse for Weight Loss

The kapalbhati yoga breathing exericse is one of tne of the best yoga breathing exercises for weight loss, healing, and health.

Friday, April 9, 2010

3 Easy Ways to Grow Your Breasts Faster

Natural breast enlargement is a safe and inexpensive way to increase the size of your breasts, but for some women it has one major disadvantage: you don't get the instant results that you do with breast enlargement surgery. Natural breast enlargement takes some time and effort to achieve results. However, if you're willing to go the extra mile, here are three easy ways to speed up your results, starting now:

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

How to Shed Middle-Aged Spread:in Just Six Weeks

Experts say the fat that collects around the abdomen has dangerous implications for our health, such as raising blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Michael and Mary Eades, co-authors of Protein Power, have developed a new diet to eliminate abdominal fat in just six weeks.
Millions of us suffer from it - the dangerously unhealthy spare tyre that won't budge. But doctors now claim a new diet can banish it in six weeks. And best of all, juicy steaks and glasses of wine are allowed! Read more

Monday, April 5, 2010

How to Give Yourself a Metabolic Tune-Up

If you're like me, you've never had a metabolic tune-up though it's now on my list. Dr. Mark Hyman says a metabolic tune-up can help you increase your energy levels, think more clearly, and feel less achy. Not only that, but it can also slow the whole aging process, and eliminate most age-related diseases, he says.
Are you tired and worn out?

Do you have sore muscles, fatigue, and brain fog?

If so, you might have metabolic burnout!

Imagine if you could find a way to tune up your metabolism, increase your energy levels, think clearly, and feel less achy.

Imagine if you could prevent diabetes, heart disease, Parkinson's disease, and dementia.

Imagine if you could heal fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome.

Imagine if you could get to the roots of aging, slow the whole process, and eliminate most age-related diseases.

These aren't just fantasies.

All these things are possible--if you give yourself a metabolic tune-up. Read more

Friday, April 2, 2010

How to Create a Natural Medicine Chest

Bill Sardi explains how to take care of yourself when you're sick or injured so that you can avoid overpriced, ineffective, or unnecessary medical care.
This article provides a list of proven home remedies and self-help strategies that readers can begin utilizing today to maintain health while avoiding costly medical care.

While I have written articles in the past at LR that have addressed heart disease, cancer and other maladies, I hadn’t yet addressed every-day and emergent health problems that cause Americans to run to the doctor. Read more

Thursday, April 1, 2010

A Fried Breakfast Is Healthiest Start to Day

Science proves folk wisdom right again. According to new research, a breakfast of bacon, sausages, eggs, and beans could be the healthiest start to the day,
Scientists believe that breakfast programmes the metabolism for the rest of the day, and a fatty meal will help the body break down fat later on.

Carbohydrate rich foods in contrast appear mainly to prepare the body to break down only carbohydrates, the International Journal of Obesity reports. Read more