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Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin seeds are a remarkably healthy food

Posted October 23, 2013

There is an unbelievable amount of nutrition in pumpkin seeds. These incredible little seeds have been considered a good medicinal product for thousands of years. Considering that these little seeds are delicious, it’s incredible to learn that you may actually be a lot healthier and live a lot longer if you consume pumpkin seeds regularly. And this is a great time of year to enjoy pumpkin seeds with some coffee, tea or hot chocolate.

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Pumpkin Power, 10 Things To Know about This Fall Treat

Posted October 1, 2013

Autumn has officially arrived, and so it’s time once again to dig out the pumpkin pie recipes and the pumpkin carving knives. But there’s more to this popular fall vegetable than pie and jack-o-lanterns, so here are 10 things you should know about pumpkin.

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Guys: raise your testosterone levels naturally by eating more pumpkin seeds

Posted June 14, 2013

The male species has it tough these days. Our collective hormone balance is constantly being assaulted by things like toxic outgassing from plastics, chemical contamination of food, estrogenic compounds in soy and other food additives, lack of proper nutrition, and a host of other negative factors, all of which have contributed to an epidemic of low testosterone. But if you are a man trying to preserve your masculinity in this hostile modern environment, adding pumpkin seeds to your diet is a great way to help raise your testosterone levels naturally.

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Health benefits of eating pumpkin seeds

Posted May 30, 2013

If you are acidic, or even somewhat acidic, in your stomach, you’d probably be thankful that pumpkin seeds exist. Everywhere, people are preparing dangerously acidic meals. To counteract the negative effects of acidic foods and meals, take note of studying and incorporating pumpkin seeds into your diet.

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Will Bacopa and Pycnogenol Improve Cognitive Performance in Elderly?

Posted April 30, 2012

A new study has been planned to evaluate the effect of two herbal preparations on cognitive performance in the elderly. Old age is associated with a number of health issues like heart disease, lung disease, and especially issues affecting the brain like Parkinsons and Alzheimers disease. Old age is associated with a decline in memory, reasoning, decision making, information processing and cognitive speed. These occur due to physical changes in the brain like shrinking of the brain and degeneration of certain brain areas.

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Hearts Are Healthier with CoQ10

Posted April 30, 2012

Weve said again and again that ribose and the antioxidant CoEnzyme Q10 (CoQ10) are amazingly effective for boosting energy and strengthening the heart. One more study shows that CoQ10 is terrific for your ticker.

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What is Pycnogenol? The Many Health Benefits of Pine Bark Extract

Posted April 30, 2012

Pycnogenol (pronounced, pic-NOJ-en-ol) is a trademarked name for an extract made by Horphag Research from the bark of Pinus pinaster, a French pine tree. It has been gaining recent attention due to its many scientifically proven benefits. Studies have shown it can effectively treat dozens of health issues, including high blood pressure, erectile dysfunction, ADHD, circulatory disorders, diabetes, menstrual pain, and eye problems.

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Natural Supplement Shown To Improve Mental Performance And Decrease Test Anxiety By 17 Percent

Posted April 30, 2012

Keeping your brain in shape…no sweat. Health-conscious consumers may not realize that supplementing a healthy diet is just as important to maintaining mental performance as it is to maintaining six-pack abs. Natural supplements are an easy, effective way to manage mental focus, memory and overall mood. Natural supplement Pycnogenol

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Pycnogenol Produces Anti-Aging Results

Posted April 30, 2012

A recent study conducted by the Leibenz Research Institute for Environmental Medicine in Dusseldorf, Germany, (IUF) found French maritime pine bark extract (as Pycnogenol, from Horphag Research) improved several parameters of skin aging. The results were recently published in the journal Skin Pharmacology and Physiology.

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Pycnogenol supplement found to improve skin hydration, elasticity

Posted April 30, 2012

The research conducted at the Leibniz Research Institute for Environmental Medicine (IUF) in Dusseldorf, Germany revealed that natural supplement Pycnogenol, an antioxidant was found to improve skin hydration and elasticity in women.

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