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Natural ways to move mucus and expel phlegm

Posted February 25, 2014

Spring is around the corner and as it begins to warm up, no one wants to deal with any lingering congestion from this winter’s variety of allergies, coughs and colds. Congestion can be more than the physical buildup of fluids that causes headaches, difficulty breathing, postnasal drip and coughs. It can also cause brain fuzziness, fatigue, depression and other systemic effects. Listed below are three very different natural approaches to help your body clear the congestion out for good.

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Treating Diabetes Naturally

Posted February 24, 2014

Diabetes is when the level of sugar in your blood is too high. Your body makes insulin to carry sugar from the blood into your cells where it can be burned as fuel.

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Lower your homocysteine levels naturally

Posted February 12, 2014

Homocysteine is an inflammatory amino acid that is produced as a byproduct of protein metabolism. Homocysteine-induced injury to the arterial wall is one of the factors that can initiate the process of atherosclerosis, leading to endothelial dysfunction and eventually to heart attacks and stroke.

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Natural cures for allergies

Posted January 23, 2014

Anaphylaxis shock is a life-threatening allergic reaction – usually caused by food, medications or insect bites. Worldwide, according to the American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology, allergic diseases have been on the rise for over 50 years. But, none of the ‘experts’ ever get to the heart of the matter.

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Natural Anti Inflammatory Supplements for Asthma

Posted January 21, 2014

Asthma is one of the most common problems faced by people across the world these days and it can cause wheezing, tight chest, coughing and many more reactions. Asthma is basically the cause of spasms of the bronchial tubes or the swelling of the mucus membranes. Asthma can also be caused by allergic triggers, irritants or even due to upper respiratory infection such as a common cold virus etc.

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Health Trends: Natural therapeutics for anxiety, depression

Posted January 7, 2014

Stress can lead to all kinds of neurochemical changes in the central nervous system, contributing to more anxiety and depression. And the holiday season — with all of its commitments — probably brought all kinds of excess stress to the surface. And now we are faced with the pressures and opportunities of a new year.

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Natural remedies for acid reflux

Posted December 31, 2013

Acid reflux is often used synonymously with ‘heartburn,” but in reality the two terms refer to different parts of the same process; acid reflux is the backward flow of stomach acid into the esophagus, and heartburn is the sensation of burning which accompanies that process.

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Fight the common cold with 5 foods and natural medicines

Posted December 31, 2013

It is the season for catching colds. We spend more time indoors exchanging germs and less time outdoors getting exercise. During the winter and the holiday season, we are also less likely to eat the most healthful foods. Instead, we indulge, eating comfort foods and partying with friends and family. While these behaviors may lead to good times, they can also create the perfect environment for getting sick. Indulging in alcohol and unhealthy foods weakens the immune system. Fortunately, you don’t have to run to the drugstore for a prescription or even over-the-counter drugs to treat your cold.

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Lupus can strike anyone: Natural interventions may help

Posted December 30, 2013

Lupus hits millions of people worldwide and can be a very difficult disease to live with. Young women at the prime of their lives are most often hit with this illness. News that the young and popular pop star, Selena Gomez, who started out her career as a child Disney star, has been diagnosed with lupus, should alert us to the need for more aggressive research into how to prevent and treat lupus, since clearly lupus can hit anyone.

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SAD Gotcha Down? Here are 3 Effective Natural Treatments For Seasonal Affective Disorder

Posted December 24, 2013

While some consider winter a time to hibernate and relax, many women spend the winter suffering from depression due to the short days and lack of sunlight. Although Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) affects more women per year than men, you don’t have to go another long winter experiencing depression, irritability and mood fluctuations. Our suggestions for natural treatments for SAD will help you continue enjoying the activities you love most all season long.

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