Loose up to ten pounds with just one tablespoon of this fat-burning drink a day. Every summer, we're all scrambling around trying to figure out how we can get rid of those extra pounds. We managed to pack on over the cold winter months. Some people plunge headfirst into strict diets, others hit the gym… Continue reading The magic drink : Loose fat with 1 tablespoon a day
Vitamin E, also called tocopherol, is a fat-soluble vitamin essential for the proper functioning of the body. Anti-oxidant, it also helps protect the cardiovascular and nervous systems and promote fertility. It is mainly found in vegetable oils. Characteristics of vitamin E: • Fat-soluble vitamin in the same way as vitamins A, D and K •… Continue reading Vitamin E : what is tocopherol used for?
Colds and flu-like conditions are common in winter. They can however be avoided or relieved if they have already been contracted, thanks to simple and natural remedies! 1st remedy, Echinacea : Echinacea helps reduce the severity and duration of cold symptoms, such as congestion, runny nose, sore throat, headache, weakness or chills. Native Americans have… Continue reading 5 Natural Remedies for Flu and Colds
We hear about the detox diet. We hear about the regime of fluids. We hear about the water regime. And almost three of them revolve around an axis which is to rest the organs, especially the stomach and pancreas, in a short period of time. The water regime varies from one method to another. People… Continue reading 9 days challenge, an awesome system to eliminate obesity and get a flat stomach
Incorporating limes into a juice is a great way to receive all the benefits for your health without the “sour face”. We would like to bring you our top five refreshing lime juice recipes, which will tickle your taste buds and keep you healthy too. #1 Luscious Lime-berry Juice Get an extra boost of vitamin… Continue reading Lime Juice Recipes
Ingredients: 1 bunch fresh asparagus, white ends trimmed off (about 1 pound)cooking spraySalt and pepper to taste1 tablespoon whipped butter1 tablespoon light soy sauce1 1/2 teaspoons balsamic vinegar Preparation:1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Arrange asparagus spears in a 9x13-inch baking dish (or similar). Coat the top of asparagus with cooking spray, then season with… Continue reading Baked Asparagus with Balsamic Sauce
What Are Allergies? From the annoying discomfort of red runny eyes, sniffles, sneezes and sinus pain of hay fever to serious, life-threatening reactions associated with nuts or bee stings, allergies affect many people in many different ways. An allergic reaction is essentially an overzealous response by the immune system to substances which shouldn’t cause any… Continue reading Can Juicing Helps Allergies? Recipes included
It is thought that limes were first grown in Indonesia or Southeast Asia, and were taken to the Mediterranean area around 1000 CE. Back in the 19th century, British sailors were given limes daily to prevent scurvy. The nickname “Limey” has stuck with the Navy to this present day. Today, limes are grown in India,… Continue reading Lime Juice Benefits and Recipes