Celery Juice – New Health Benefits

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Celery Juice- New Health Benefits Do you remember hearing that celery didn't have any nutrients or that it counted as "negative calories"? So basically, celery was only good for ants on a log (peanut butter and raisins), fiber, and for some crunch factor. Well, the myths have been dispelled, and celery via juice bears new health benefits and leads nutritional trends. Celery...

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Nigella Sativa: The Spice of Life Nigella Sativa is a plant with small black seeds often used as spice, but has a wealth of possibilities for health improvement. Dozens of academic papers have lauded the benefits of the black seed oil, made from the medicinal plant known as Nigella sativa (the Ranunculaceae family), also known as black cumin, and used primarily in Middle East and Asi...

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Perfectionism Among Young People Perfectionism Among Young People - Young people live in a different world than other generations which is increasingly stressful. Social media with its focus on the perfect life, ideal body, rising competition for education and jobs as well as demanding parents have led to a generation of perfectionists. And according to research published by the American...

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no-alcohol-is-good-for-you-says-study

While there have been conflicting reports over the years about how much alcohol someone could drink and maintain good health, a recent study pores cold water on that: No alcohol is good for you, it says. That could be an eye-opener for a lot of people. At least one third of the people around the world drink alcohol at some time, for social events, or celebrations, or part of a dining experience...

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Homes Affect Health Most of us don't think about how our homes may affect our health. We decorate it, clean it (hopefully), and hang out in it, but rarely consider whether anything in our house can make us ill. The fact is there are things in our homes that can impact our health. For example, indoor air pollution is said to increase the risk of stroke, COPD, lung cancer, ischemic hear...

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Morning is almost synonymous with Java in the U.S. and many other countries. Say “cup” and the likelihood is that coffee is the other word attached, for many people.  “I need to wake up and have my coffee.” “Do you want another cup of coffee?” As long as coffee has been around, there almost has been a swirl of controversy around it, whether it is good for you or n...

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are-the-heavy-metals-in-your-body-weighing-down-your-health

Some metals are a necessary part of bodily functions. Iron makes the hemoglobin protein that carries oxygen from the lungs to tissues throughout the body and provides oxygen to muscles. Copper removes free radicals from the body, and calcium is needed for bone and teeth formation as well as for nerve function. But, there are other metals commonly referred to as heavy metals that are not healthy...

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