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Learn to “read” your body: SIGNS of FUTURE DISEASES

  Each day and every moment, the human body broadcasts all kind of clues that can foreshadow future problems. Once you know to “read” your body, you might be able to fight future potential diseases and successfully slow the aging process.   Your index finger...

live long

New Substances which Can Help You Live Longer :)

Some of the worst diseases which cause each day thousands of victims are the heart diseases and specifically the high blood pressure. These efficient killers rob many people of at least 10, 20 or 30 years of their lives. A lot of people become the...

plyometric training

Jump for joy! Blast fat with plyometrics!

“Plyometrics burns the maximum amount of calories in the shortest amount of time while toning the body from head to toe.”-  Roya Siroospour, fitness trainer. With a plyometric training, you can burn the impressive amount of 350 calories in less than 30 minutes. To be...

B17

Alternative tratament for cancer: B17 vitamin

B17 Vitamin  (amygdalin or Laetrile) therapy is one of the most popular and best known alternative cancer treatments. Laetrile targets and kills cancer cells and builds the immune system to keep away the future outbreaks of cancer. The US Food and Drugs Administration claims that...

heavy legs syndrome

Heavy legs and how the heavy legs condition can be treated

The heavy legs or the ‘tired legs’ syndrome is a venous disease in which a person feels heaviness and pain in legs, as a result of a Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI). CVI is a condition when the blood in the upper region of the body...

Potential Red Flags When Choosing a Weight Loss Program

Losing weight requires a lot of dedication and hard work. The prevalence of overweight and obesity reflects lack of success in our ability to maintain a healthy body weight. According to a research by the National Academy of Science, most dieters regain their pre-dieting weight...

health effects of sodium

Go unsalted – The risks of eating too much salt

Too much salt leads to the deaths of 2.3 million people across the world in just one year. We all know that too much salt can cause raised blood pressure, which increases the risk of heart disease and stroke. Which are exactly the main health...

German New Medicine states

Is the german new medicine really working?

We all heard about people sent home by their doctors to die, because it was nothing else to do for them. They were incurable, with only 2 or 3 months left to live. But those 2 or 3 months passed, they survived and lived happily...

rick hammer

Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer and the Germanic New Medicine

Ryke Geerd Hamer (born in May, 1935) is a German doctor specialized in internal medicine, known as the originator of Germanic New Medicine, a medicine system which was initially conceived to cure cancer. Ryke Geerd Hamer practiced classic medicine for more than 20 years (1963-...

healthy skin

Why Celebs prefer HGH over anti-aging creams?

In recent years, human growth hormone has become the talk of the town. More and more Hollywood celebrities are speaking in favor of HGH. These Hollywood biggies claim that after using HGH they have experienced fewer wrinkles, increased sex drive and enhanced energy levels. Although...

starting diet

The best day to start a diet

“Tomorrow I will start to diet. I will eat less and I will exercise more”. How many times did you make this pledge?  Tomorrow came and you pledge for the next tomorrow…. But when is the best “tomorrow”? What is the best day of the...

boost metabolism

How to boost your metabolism. Benefits of carrot

The carrot (Daucus carota) – carōta in Late Latin or karōton  in Greek,  is weight  friendly  root vegetable, originated from Afghanistan. For each 100 delicious grams, the carrot has to offer almost 89 gram of water, 7.6 gram of carbohydrate, 0.98 gram of protein, 0.24...

get back your pre-pregnancy body

Get Your Pre-Baby Body Back

Welcoming home a new little one is an amazing experience, but it’s not always easy. As a father of a two-and-a-half-year-old and a newborn, balancing my growing family with workouts and other responsibilities is a constant juggling act. And of course, it’s even tougher on...