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Benefits of Eating Tomatoes Routinely for Health – Part 2

Benefits of eating tomatoes routinely for health – You already knew about 1 of 9 advantages of consuming tomatoes, as described in the previous post. Well, now you will know 8 of 9 other benefits of eating tomatoes routinely for health, as describe...
by Health Information on Jul 10, 2015

Benefits of Eating Tomatoes Routinely for Health – Part 1

Benefits of eating tomatoes routinely for health – Health benefits behind the consuming tomatoes. Tomatoes can be regarded as a kind of fruit, but the most common is its use as a vegetable. Sour taste is often considered to add delights for many ty...
by Health Information on Jul 9, 2015

People over 60 should take statins?

The Daily Mail claims that people over 60 years of age should  take Statins, to protect againts Heart disease, High bad cholesterol. To avoid the side effects of Statins people could use a natural supplement which is 750mg of Ginkgo leaf. It is...
by Natural cures on Nov 25, 2014

Adopting a Superfood Diet: 12 Options You can Start Eating Today

Maybe the term “superfood” is a little misleading. You see, superfoods aren’t supplements, or genetically modified food– they are simply the best of what we should already be eating as part of a healthy diet. Here’s a in...
by Estilo Tendances on Nov 21, 2013

Steps to Help Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease

According to the American Heart Association, heart disease is responsible for almost 1 million deaths annually in the United States, half of which are women. The good news is that Continue Reading →...
by Give Me Cash on Jun 1, 2013

Healthy Diet – What Constitutes a Healthy Diet?

Wikipedia defines “A healthy diet is one that is arrived at with the intent of improving or maintaining optimal health”. “This usually involves consuming nutrients by eating the appropriate amounts from all of the food groups, inclu...

Magnetic Field Prevent Heart Attacks

Magnetic Field Prevent Heart Attacks – The magnetic field can thin the blood viscosity. So that could facilitate the circulation. Condition of the blood that is too thick can cause damage to blood vessels, to increase the risk of heart attack.
by diagnosisdisease.com on Nov 27, 2012

Health Issues Relating To Obesity

Heart Disease and Stroke A stroke occurs when there is a shortage of blood getting to the brain cells – this actions a permenant failure of the brain cells. When blood flow to the brain is disrupted or blocked completely, [...]Health Issues Rel...


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