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31 Benefits Of Taking Cod Liver Oil

Cod liver oil is the oil extracted from the liver of Atlantic cod, scientifically called Gadus morhua. It is packed with omega-3 fats (EPA and DHA) and contains solid amounts of vitamins A and D.  Cod liver oil is typically taken as dietary supplement, and for a very good reason! …

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What Causes Water Retention and How to Avoid It

Are your feet, legs, ankles, or hands swollen? This condition is called edema, commonly known as water retention, and is manifested by buildup of fluids in the cavities, circulatory system, and the tissues. In most cases, edema is caused by pregnancy, menopause, burns, contraceptive pills and any other pill containing …

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How To Easily Clean Your Pillows (Because Drool Happens)

Anyone who has ever woken up with the face in a small pool of drool knows how embarrassing this can be.  Millions of Americans complain about drooling during sleep, which is medically called sialorrhea. There a few causes of sialorrhea, such as allergies, deviated septum, nasal congestion, sinus infection and …

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The Chemical that Causes More Cancer and Death than Any Other Chemical

While the majority of our population believes that fluoride is a natural substance, it is actually a byproduct of aluminum and nuclear industries` of fluorine gas.  It is listed as carcinogen with the primary use of cockroach and rat poison.  According to Dr. John Yiamouyiannis, fluoride is nothing but a …

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How to Grow a Lemon Tree from Seed Easily in Your Own Home

Citrus fruits have a robust nutritional profile, offering solid amounts of vitamins and minerals like calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and potassium.  While they don’t make for a balanced meal by themselves, they do offer an extensive list of benefits and thus serve as an ideal adjunct to the rest of the …

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Study shows Stevia Kills Lyme Disease Pathogen Better Than Antibiotics

Lyme disease is quite difficult to treat, mostly due to its pleomorphic or shape-shifting abilities.  Another contributing factor is the fact that conventional antibiotics, which are the most common treatment used to address Lyme disease, often fail to provide long-term cure. But, could the Stevia plant provide a more effective …

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