Archive for 2009


Skin in the Pink of Health? Go No-Grain

Posted on December 18th, 2009 by comadm  |  10 Comments »

More than helping you shed the extra pounds and optimizing your health, a No-Grain Diet brings to the table another important benefit: leading you on the road to clear, healthy skin. At some point in their lives, 85% of the population is beset with skin problems, the most common of which is acne.  Inducing embarrassment […]


The Truth about Candida Overgrowth

Posted on December 4th, 2009 by comadm  |  9 Comments »

Fact: Candida overgrowth is stubborn, and it can create one sorry mess of a health problem if not addressed and treated properly. Around 80 million Americans – 70% of which are women – suffer from Candidiasis or candida overgrowth, not only affecting the vagina for women but also setting the stage for other health ailments. […]


Beware: Your Personal Care Products May Give You Cancer!

Posted on November 6th, 2009 by comadm  |  16 Comments »

Are your personal care products part of your simple joys? Kids love their bubble bath, men enjoy their foaming shaving creams while women savor the rich lather from their favorite shampoo. But do you know how the bubbles, foam and lather are formed? Many cleansing and foaming products (including toothpastes) contain an inexpensive chemical known […]


How Surfing the Internet Helps Protect Your Brain

Posted on October 23rd, 2009 by comadm  |  No Comments »

Scientists have discovered a new way of protecting the brain: going online. Researchers at UCLA’s Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior found that older adults who started surfing the Web experienced improved brain function after only a few days. According to iBrain study co-author Dr. Gary Small, it’s beneficial to teach an old brain […]


Dr. Mercola’s Top 5 Tips to Beat Alzheimer’s Disease

Posted on October 9th, 2009 by comadm  |  7 Comments »

Which part of getting old freaks you out the most? Is it the wrinkles?  Is it not having the energy or physique to cope with an active lifestyle? Or, is it the possibility of slowly losing your mental faculties? Alzheimer’s disease, one of the leading causes of death in the U.S., is a progressive condition […]

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