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22nd March 2011

Paleo Recipes for Breakfast, Snacks, Lunch & Dinner

Paleolithic diet or Paleo diet as it is commonly known is becoming very popular and it is considered one of the healthiest diets available. Paleo diet relies on food that contains beneficial nutrients for a healthy lifestyle and at the same time it relies...

24th November 2010

Laser Hair Removal: An Ideal Solution for Removing Unwanted Hair

Unwanted hair becomes a hindrance if you want to flaunt off your perfectly toned body. Though waxing seems to be a good alternative to get rid of unwanted hair, laser hair removal is found to be a better option as it offers a solution for longer time hor...

07th November 2010

Free Diet Plans That Actually Work Fast

Free diet plans that actually work fast are a request I get continuously from friends, family, and clients. Asian women have perfected so many simple diet programs all through time that I'm usually asked this first when someone is beginning a weight loss ...

19th July 2010

Diet Plans And Menus - The Abdos Diet

The Abdos Diet was created by David Zinczenko and Ted Spiker, two journalists for "Men's Health" magazine. This diet focuses on three important points: nutrition, physical activity, and motivation. It is addressed to both men and women in good health who ...

09th July 2010

Green Tea is Fat Burner

Green tea weight burner properties initially comes from the fact that it contains the well known chemical compound called caffeine. Caffeine has the effect of growing the rate of glycolysis or the metabolic of transforming glucose into power. It also rais...

22nd March 2010

Differences Between Diabetic Socks And Normal Socks

Diabetes is one of the most prominent lifestyle diseases today. Diabetes is of two types, i.e., type I and type II. Diabetes is a metabolic disease pertaining to the sugar levels in the blood stream of the patient. In both types of diabetes, the increased...

17th December 2009

Keep Healthy Over Christmas

For thousands of people who have high blood pressure or some form of heart disease keeping healthy over the Christmas season can be difficult. People may be more likely to drink alcohol and eat foods high in salt, fat or sugar, while exercise programs fal...

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