No one wants a yellow smile, but if you’ve paid attention over the last several years, smiles have gotten whiter and whiter. It’s not completely unusual these days to see a celebrity, newscaster, or other person overly-concerned with their appearance, to have teeth so white it’s completely distracting. Do you want a smile that “lights up the room”? No matter how white you want your teeth, there are plenty of natural teeth whitening home remedies for a beautiful smile. What’s more, teeth whitening at home is super easy. Read more
Monday, June 30, 2014
Elizabeth Renter reveals seven ways to get a brighter smile, without nasty chemicals.
Friday, June 27, 2014
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Although breasts are made of fat, underneath the breasts are supporting muscles that can help to keep the chest from sagging. Chest exercises can build muscle in the pectorals, which will help to keep the breasts on top of them well-supported and perkier-looking. The breast themselves do not become bigger, but they look bigger because they're lifted by the chest muscles. The three exercises in his bust booster workout will lift and enhance your breasts.
Monday, June 23, 2014
Dr. Joseph Mercola says skipping breakfast is good for you - and for more reasons than just weight loss.
Contrary to popular belief, breakfast is not the most important meal of the day. In fact, omitting breakfast, as part of an intermittent fasting schedule, can have many important health benefits, from improving your insulin/leptin sensitivity to helping your body more effectively burn fat for fuel.
Longer bouts of fasting have also been shown to have potent health benefits, including the regeneration of your immune system, as demonstrated in recent research. Read more
Friday, June 20, 2014
Want whiter teeth? Eat dark chocolate, cheese, and strawberries, says a Beverly Hills dentist
Coffee and red wine are known offenders when it comes to staining teeth.
But did you know there are foods that can actually help whiten them?
Beverly Hills dentist Dr Harold Katz says dark chocolate, green tea and strawberries can all help.
And to get the best results, they should eaten first thing in the morning after plaque has built up on the teeth during the night.
Here, Dr Katz’s shares his top tips for naturally white teeth with MailOnline.... Read more
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Monday, June 16, 2014
Elizabeth Renter says that by eating certain foods you may be able to starve cancer.
There is little doubt that a healthy diet can help reduce your risk of cancer, but did you know that certain foods can assist in the annihilation of existing cancer cells as well, helping your body to fight off the potentially fatal disease? These foods encourage something called angiogenesis, and could hold the key to an anti-cancer diet.
Angiogenesis is the process of new blood vessels forming from existing vessels. Generally, it’s a good thing, but in the case of tumors, angiogenesis can be negative, feeding the cancer and advancing it. Read more
Friday, June 13, 2014
Black coffee drunk in moderation can stop tooth decay, a study shows.
If you like a strong cup of black coffee, your dentist has probably told you it is doing your teeth no favours.
But new research suggests that drunk in moderation, coffee can actually stop tooth decay.
Brazilian scientists have found that a certain type of coffee bean has an anti-bacterial property.
If it is drunk strong, black, without sugar, and in moderation, it could help keep teeth health. Read more
Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Monday, June 9, 2014
Can mushrooms really fight cancer? Yes! Here's how.
Mushrooms are unique when it comes to classifying them as a food source. Though many people might identify them as vegetables when pressed to categorize them, mushrooms are actually neither a plant nor an animal. Instead, they are a fungus, and one that has been prized for centuries for its properties that tend to lead to good health. Read more
Friday, June 6, 2014
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Monday, June 2, 2014
Fingernail health can help diagnose possible diseases of the body, says Joshua Krause.
Imagine if you didn’t have access to the internet. What if you didn’t even have any medical or nutrition books to help guide you? And what if there wasn’t a doctor of any kind, for miles around? To compound these issues further, what if this hypothetical situation you’re in lasted for several years?
This is a major dilemma for Preppers, because we would no doubt face medical emergencies from time to time, especially from those conditions that are chronic in nature. It could be from a lack of nutrition, radiation, or chemicals slowly leaching into our environment from our eroding infrastructure. In any long term survival scenario, Preppers need a basic understanding of how to spot chronic conditions. There is often nothing more telling, than observing our fingernails. Read more