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Debunking myths about five pop ...

Posted on: Jun 29, 2011 By: GuestPoster | 0 Comments
There’s a lot of supplements out there these days. It seems like every time you turn around there’s another big finding, another big health claim and another new supplement you should be taking. This article looks at some popular supplements and how effective they really are. 1. Antioxidants Although the evidence behind them isn’t conclusive, it’s generally accepted that antioxidants can’t hurt. We know that oxidative stress is a big part of the aging process, so it’s quite possible that antioxidants ... Read More

What Makes A Superior Probioti ...

Posted on: Jun 28, 2011 By: GuestPoster | 0 Comments
In this article we set up four points that you should consider when purchasing a probiotic supplement. There is a great deal of variance between products availability on the market so it’s important to be careful. Otherwise you may end up with a product that doesn’t provide you with the right strains of bacteria in the right quantities to confirm a positive health benefit. So let’s get started on the four points drawn from information provided by www.whatisthebestprobiotic.com It makes sense to choose a multiple strain ... Read More

Memory Supplement Primer ...

Posted on: Jun 28, 2011 By: GuestPoster | 0 Comments
There is much hype about taking a memory supplement to boost one’s memory. Before taking a plunge and making that decision, it is best to make an informed choice and read up on it first.  Any drug, supplement, nutraceutical or medicinal food is classified as a nootropic.  When ingested regularly and used properly, they are said to optimize certain mental processes like memory, concentration and intelligence to enhance learning and recall.  They do this by improving the flow of highly oxygenated blood through the vessels ensuring ... Read More

The 10 Great Things Green Tea ...

Posted on: Jun 04, 2011 By: GuestPoster | 0 Comments
Ancient Chinese people were aware of the benefits of green tea before the whole modern world even discovered them. As a matter of fact, green tea is used in ancient China for various medical purposes. It was especially used for depression and headache. Green tea is produced from the leaves of Camellia Sinensis through a special process. Green tea is very much different from black tea. It has less amount of caffeine and that is why it does not cause any nausea, frequent urination and insomnia. For some people, the best thing green tea’s ... Read More