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1 week ago (61 replies) |
Last reply by tasunka : 1. Leafy greens.  Some ideas:  kale , spinach, collard and mustard greens. These foods are high in folate and B9, which improve cognition and reduce depression. 2. Cruciferous vegetables.  Broccoli,... more»
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3 weeks ago (1 reply) |
Last reply by tasunka : http://www.alternet.org/personal-health/memo-anti-vaxxer-jenny-mccarthy-research-points-very-different-culprit-autism?akid=12397.911792.Cbe2Gu&rd=1&src=newsletter1024345&t=3 ... more»
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by Dave G.
3 weeks ago (6 replies) |
Last reply by mongiplsnochain : there sure are diets that deliver, but they are rare, for you cannot buy slimness, can you ?...many are but placebos " par excellence " ... the best diet, --as natural--, is to eat less, avoid fat, drink lots of water and... more»
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2 months ago (35 replies) |
Last reply by John : I think you're doing a great job in highlighting the importance of maintaining a healthy acid:alkaline balance. An acid environment is at the root of all degenerative disease, from cancer to arthritis. With the typical... more»
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3 months ago (8 replies) |
Last reply by Sally : Just got some cherries from the store and enjoy eating them. Love the health benefits it gives. ... more»
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3 months ago (35 replies) |
Last reply by Sally : I heard you could use olive oil on a cotton ball and remove make-up from your face. I only use natural lotions to moisturize my skin, since I have sensitive skin. So why would I want to use something that has so many chemical... more»
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by mary R.
6 months ago (1 reply) |
Last reply by VIOLET : i have bad veins thanks for the info ... more»
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6 months ago (3 replies) |
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2 years ago (12 replies) |
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3 years ago (4 replies) |