The Ultimate Weight Loss Formula

 The average person will gain approximately two pounds per year and that doesn’t seem… [more]

The Ultimate Weight Loss Formula The Ultimate Weight Loss Formula

Dimples – A Mark of Beauty

Dimples are considered a mark of beauty and loveliness. They are most prominent during… [more]

Dimples – A Mark of Beauty Dimples - A Mark of Beauty

The Eruption of Teeth and Bacteria

The presents of nutrients, soft tissue and secretions make the mouth a favorite habitat… [more]

The Eruption of Teeth and Bacteria The Eruption of Teeth and Bacteria

Essential Amino Acids

Proteins are made up of smaller molecules called amino acids – these are the building… [more]

Essential Amino Acids Essential Amino Acids

Fasting to Kick-Start Your Weight Loss

Fasting can play an important part in getting you started to lose weight and is beneficial… [more]

Fasting to Kick-Start Your Weight Loss Fasting to Kick-Start Your Weight Loss

Quantum Connection

Quantum is the Latin word for amount and is used to describe the smallest possible unit… [more]

Quantum Connection Quantum Connection

Original Ancient Grains

Due to the interest in living healthier lifestyles there is a renewed interest in ancient… [more]

Original Ancient Grains Original Ancient Grains

Vaccination – Immunization

Vaccination is the administration of antigenic material (vaccine) to stimulate adaptive… [more]

Vaccination – Immunization Vaccination - Immunization

Sexual Activity and Hair Loss

In Chinese medicine, which has its roots in Taoism, it is widely accepted that there is… [more]

Sexual Activity and Hair Loss Sexual Activity and Hair Loss

The Ultimate Weight Loss Formula

 The average person will gain approximately two pounds per year and that doesn’t seem to be much of a concern, but over the period of 10 years this amounts to about 20 pounds, over 20 years to 40 pounds and over a period of 30 years it can add up to 60 pounds. One day you look in the mirror and you ask yourself “How did … [More...]

Dimples – A Mark of Beauty

Dimples are considered a mark of beauty and loveliness. They are most prominent during wide smiles showing small folds or indentations in the fleshy part of the cheek. The truth is that dimples are actually genetic defects and are caused by shortened facial muscles. When some people smile, they have dimples in one or … [More...]

The Eruption of Teeth and Bacteria

The presents of nutrients, soft tissue and secretions make the mouth a favorite habitat for a great variety of bacteria. At birth, the oral cavity is composed solely of the soft tissue of the lips, cheeks, tongue and palate which are kept moist by the secretions of the salivary glands. The eruption of teeth during the first … [More...]

Original Ancient Grains

Due to the interest in living healthier lifestyles there is a renewed interest in ancient grains. A rise in food allergies is making wheat and especially gluten one of the most controversial foods in recent years. Research has shown that ancient grains often provide a richer source of nutrients such as protein, Vitamin … [More...]

Vaccination – Immunization

Vaccination is the administration of antigenic material (vaccine) to stimulate adaptive immunity for a disease. Vaccines can prevent or ameliorate the effects of infection by many pathogens. Inoculation is the placement of something that will grow or reproduce, and is most commonly used in respect of the introduction of … [More...]

Sexual Activity and Hair Loss

In Chinese medicine, which has its roots in Taoism, it is widely accepted that there is a direct correlation between kidney/adrenal health and the health of the hair. It has been recorded in both Taoist (Chinese) and Ayurvedic (Indian) medical texts for thousands of years that there is a connection between sexual activity … [More...]

Stiletto Heels in Great Demand

There is no denying that high heels and platform shoes are very popular . The history of high heels dates back many centuries and there are some fascinating facts about high heeled shoes and their origin. Foot wear has changed through the times and the first stiletto heels date back to about 1000 BC. Throughout history … [More...]

DNA – The Genetic Blueprint

At the center of every living creature on the planet is a blueprint of its genetic makeup. This is called DNA and it influences everything from the organisms’ physical structure to its appearance and even its mental processes. It is interesting to note however, that for all our vast differences, our DNA is actually a lot … [More...]

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD primarily affects people during the fall and winter season. It is a form of depression, with periods of being sad, angry or irritable and may leave you feeling more tired than usual. The shorter days and the lack of sun light, especially in areas located far from the equator can disturb … [More...]

If You Have A Heart Attack – Insist On This

If you end up in the emergency room with a heart attack, make sure you insist on a 2 cc injection of magnesium sulfate. In double-blind, placebo-controlled scientific study, they looked at 273 patients who were admitted to the hospital for a heart attack. The study published in one of the most prestigious medical … [More...]

Egyptian Magic

The Original Skin Cream with a Magical Touch Based on the Ancient Formula used by Cleopatra for her legendary radiant and glowing skin. Egyptian Magic is one of the most natural multi-purpose skincare products in the world, made with the blessings and guidance of our ancestors. With six of natures  most powerful … [More...]

The Diabetes Epidemic

Diabetes worldwide is becoming a major issue with large numbers of individuals being diagnosed yearly and many living in a pre-diabetic state. In the US alone 28.5 million people are living with diabetes, that is a shocking 8.3% of the population and in addition there are 1.9 million new cases diagnosed every year and at … [More...]

Carbs and Sugar

Carbohydrates consist of complex long-chain and short-chain carbohydrates or sugars.  All the cells - the cells in the brain - more than the rest - depend on glucose for energy and to function properly. The body makes glucose by splitting complex sugars and carbohydrates into their basic units - mostly sugar. This … [More...]