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5 Foods That Can Naturally Boost Libido

Posted November 7, 2013

We’ve all heard a spate of advertisements recently hawking products that promise to boost performance in the bedroom, but rather than put your body at risk by taking something that could do more harm than good, we thought share a few foods and tricks that have been known to naturally boost libido.There really are a number of foods and supplements available to help you and your partner experience a more fulfilling sex life. You don’t need to put your health at risk using a drug or other substance when you can enhance your sexual experiences naturally.

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Maca root improves libido, boosts stamina, and lowers cholesterol

Posted May 20, 2013

Maca is a plant that is native to the Andes mountains of Peru, and which is characterized by its fleshy taproot. This taproot (which is usually what is meant when people speak of ‘maca’) has been used by the indigenous Peruvians for centuries as a vegetable and medicinal herb, and it remains prized today for its nutritional value and rejuvenating properties.

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How to naturally boost your libido without drugs

Posted March 12, 2013

There are many reasons why a person’s sex drive can suddenly start to wane unexpectedly — excess stress, rapid aging, poor nutrition, and chronic depression are just a few common causes of low libido. But resorting to those little blue pills to fix the problem in an instant should be a last resort option, as there are plenty of natural remedies for treating this common condition that address its root causes rather than its symptoms. Here are a few helpful ways to naturally increase your libido without the need for pharmaceutical drugs.

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2 All Natural Ways to Boost Sex Drive

Posted August 5, 2012

Close to one-third of men over the age of 40 report some form of sexual dysfunction, which can be brought on by health conditions, stress, alcoholism and drug abuse, and the use of certain medications. And, of course, there is the issue of aging and the effect it has on your libido.

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How to Cut Your Diabetes Risk by 80%

Posted April 30, 2012

Diabetes continues to be at the forefront of health news — and for good reason. According to the American Diabetes Association, 25.8 million children and adults have diabetes in the U.S. alone. Why the epidemic? It has a lot to do with lifestyle choices. In fact, a recent study has found that living a healthy lifestyle could cut your risk of diabetes by as much as 80%.

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8 Ways to Fight Allergies Naturally and Without Drugs

Posted April 30, 2012

If you suffer from allergies, youre probably familiar with the pharmaceutical remedies that can relieve your symptoms. But here are some natural ways to fight allergies that wont make you drowsy or damage your liver.

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Healthy lifestyle helps prevent stroke

Posted April 30, 2012

Following a healthy lifestyle may more than halve the risk of stroke including both ischemic and hemorrhagic strokes, according to a study led by researchers from Xian Jiaotong University in China. The study showed study participants who adhered best to a healthy lifestyle were only at 67 percent reduced risk of total stroke.

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Dramatically Lower Stroke Risk with Diet and Lifestyle Modifications

Posted April 30, 2012

Stroke is a debilitating and often deadly condition that strikes more than 800,000 people each year and ranks as the third leading cause of death. A stroke is caused by a blockage of blood flow to the brain from either a clot or blood vessel constriction.

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Three Generations can Benefit If You Follow Good Diet and Lifestyle

Posted April 30, 2012

A good diet and lifestyle could help your children, grandchildren and even great-grandchildren live longer, says a new research. Researchers at Stanford University in California found that altering three types of proteins can affect longevity.

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Sidestep Heart Disease, Cancer, Diabetes and Alzheimers In Four Steps

Posted April 30, 2012

Lifestyle therapies that include proper nutrition, stress management, regular physical activity and maintaining a healthy body weight are key elements in the prevention and treatment of many chronic diseases. Heart disease, diabetes, cancer, stroke and dementia are all strongly influenced by fine tuning diet with plenty of raw organic foods and taking advantage of regular moderate physical activity.

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