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Why You Need Vitamin D (& Why You’re Getting It From the Wrong Source)

By |2018-04-03T14:41:39+00:00August 8th, 2017|Categories: Food and Nutrition, Health & Wellness|Tags: , , , |

If you're health conscious, you know something about Vitamin D. If you're health conscious and you live anywhere that has a real winter, you've likely worried about whether you're getting enough of this vitamin. For the often kooky world of “health and wellness”, Vitamin D has undergone an enormous amount of research. More than most things you've probably heard are beneficial to good health. There are over 70,000 published papers on this vitamin (three times more papers than vitamin K which is another fat soluble


5 Overlooked Ways to Keep Your Testosterone Production Healthy

By |2018-09-10T14:34:55+00:00April 26th, 2016|Categories: Fitness & Beauty, Health & Wellness, Natural Health|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Most articles on increasing testosterone production levels share similar advice... Eat healthy fats — like fish and mixed nuts, sleep well, reduce stress, strengthen your leg muscles; and, while most of these tips do work, there are a few other tips for increasing testosterone production naturally that are often overlooked, or not very well-known. Hopefully you can use these 5 tips, and further improve the production of your “manly hormone”, which will lead to improved confidence, strength and performance in the bedroom! 1. Carbs Play


Here Is What Will Happen to Your Body When You Start Eating Eggs Every Day

By |2018-07-22T16:40:59+00:00April 22nd, 2016|Categories: Food and Nutrition, Health & Wellness, Natural Health|Tags: , , , |

A lot of us believe that eating eggs may actually be bad for your health. We are all scared of cholesterol and also think that eggs can make us put weight on. However, there is a number of reasons why eggs are really beneficial for our health. Eating eggs can make us healthier, stronger and even improve our brain activity. Think of weight lifters who eat them raw! Of course, you don’t have to consume raw eggs (unless you feel like it for some reason),


Homemade Almond Milk Recipe – Make Your Own Almond Milk in 5 Minutes!

By |2018-10-17T06:40:51+00:00March 14th, 2016|Categories: Food and Nutrition, Natural Health|Tags: , , , |

Almond milk is low in calories, rich in vitamins and has numerous health benefits. Make your own today with this 5-minute almond milk recipe! Almond milk is a tasty and incredibly healthy solution for those who are lactose intolerant, vegetarian, vegan or simply prefer not to consume cow’s milk. It has been used as an alternative to milk for centuries due to its long shelf life and amazing qualities. The benefits of almond milk are phenomenal – it is very low in calories, rich in


3 Things You Need to Know About Sun Exposure

By |2018-11-04T23:33:07+00:00July 11th, 2015|Categories: Health & Wellness|Tags: , , , |

Summertime is here and it is that time of the year again when everyone is looking to get the best holiday in sandy beaches under the lovely sun. Everyone knows a thing or two about the benefits of the sun exposure but many tend to do stuff that in a way or another create negative health consequences. Here are a few things you need to know and keep abreast as you enjoy your summer in salty water! 1. Make the Most of the Sun as


Better Than Vitamin D? – Revolutionary New Coriander Oil May Be Your #1 Weapon in Your Fight for Better Health

By |2018-11-05T00:27:34+00:00November 3rd, 2014|Categories: Food and Nutrition, Health & Wellness, Natural Health|Tags: , , |

Believed by the Chinese to bestow immortality, coriander, or “Coriandrum Sativum,” is a powerful herb with many health benefits… earning it the name, “The Wonder Herb.” Hippocrates, the famous ancient Greek healer who became known as the “Father of Medicine,” was said to have used and regularly recommended coriander for a wide range of conditions. Discovered by archeologists in Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamen’s tomb, coriander (also known as cilantro or Chinese parsley) has been traced back to 5,000 BC. The use of this herb has a