Nutrition

The Value of Good Nutrition

Ginger has been used as a medicine for thousands of years to treat a wide range of ailments from diarrhea to arthritis. Besides it medicinal use, this tuber has been used as culinary cooking spice for nearly 4,500 years...  (read more)

This document lists 8 easy steps to a healthier life, without sacrificing your current life style... (read more)

These 10 Steps can help you lose weight, increase your energy, and possibly help save your life... (read more)

Many people can't afford to buy all organic all the time. But you don't have to buy all organic produce to reduce your risk for chemical contamination. This list from the Environmental Working Group tells you which fruits and vegtables contain the most chemicals and which ones are least contaminated... (get the list!)

Exercise may be the closest thing to the fountain of youth. Not only does regular activity strengthen your muscles and improve heart and lung function, but it can also reduce your risk of major diseases, stimulate the growth of new brain cells, and even add years to your life. Studies show just 30 minutes of physical activity on most days is all that's required to reap big benefits... (read more & get the list)

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