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Mercury Levels in Fish
Mercury Levels in Fish
by John J     Apr 10, 2012
I thought this information would be beneficial to fish lovers.

Nearly all fish and shellfish contain traces of mercury. For most people, the risk from mercury by eating fish and shellfish is not a health concern. However, some fish and shellfish contain higher levels of mercury that may harm an unborn baby or young child's developing nervous system and cause serious immume system issues for adults.

The purpose of this tip is to identify some common fish and their associated mercury levels from high, medium and low:
Cinnamon for Your Health
Cinnamon for Your Health
by sangeeta shah     May 17, 2011
Cinnamon, found and used worldwide, is also good for your health.
Amla, the Wonder Berry
Amla, the Wonder Berry
by sangeeta shah     May 25, 2011
Amla or Indian gooseberry, is believed to be the most powerful rejuvenating agent known to man. It's one of the richest sources of vitamin C.

Take 3 teaspoons of amla juice mixed with an equal amount of water twice daily (morning and evening), best on an empty stomach.
Curry leaves have many herbal medicinal properties and are one of the most prominently used herbs in south Indian cooking. They are good for indigestion problems and even greying hair!
Cumin seeds are highly revered as a culinary seasoning. Today, these seeds represent the second most popular spice, after black pepper. Cumin is one of most popular spices in the world.
Flaxseeds and flaxseed oil are popular among vegans and vegetarians who want a non-animal source of Omega-3 fatty acids. However, everyone can benefit from adding flaxseeds into their diet.
The Buzz on Honey
The Buzz on Honey
by TX Shannon     Jun 07, 2011
Local honey a natural remedy for allergies?
Health Benefits of Bananas
Health Benefits of Bananas
by sangeeta shah     Jun 18, 2011
Bananas are very affordable and are generally available in almost every where; you don’t need to cook them or wash them and that makes them ideal as quick snacks. Consider bananas as an awesome and affordable dietary supplement :)
Almonds - not just a Nut!
Almonds - not just a Nut!
by sangeeta shah     Jul 01, 2011
The almond is believed to have originally been cultivated in Asia and North Africa. Nutritionally, almonds have more calcium than any other nut and are an excellent source of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated oils, protein, potassium, magnesium, iron, zinc, and vitamin E. More than 60% of the fat comes from monounsaturated fat. They are a good source of antioxidant flavonoids as well.
The Avocado Revolution
The Avocado Revolution
by sangeeta shah     Jul 21, 2011
Avocado fruits are getting very popular all over the world!
Pomegranate fruit has gained a great deal of popularity over the years. The most popular is pomegranate juice but there are also pomegranate jellies, pomegranate wine, and even pomegranate salad dressing. The pomegranate's unique and potent nutrients benefit your body like no other fruit!
The idea of buckets and bags full of candy can strike fear in the hearts of parents, but fret not my pretties! Following the simple and pragmatic advice of feeding expert, Ellyn Satter, can allow you to eliminate unnecessary stress, while maintaining the joy and whimsy of Halloween.
FITT and Fabulous
FITT and Fabulous
by TX Shannon     Aug 27, 2011
No, it’s not a typo. For our purposes, FITT is an acronym that describes the four principles of exercise that provide the foundation for building an effective workout regimen.
Fitness
Fitness
by TX Shannon     Jul 19, 2011
Fitness is a lifestyle, not a chore to be checked off of your to-do list. It goes well beyond regular exercise, and incorporates weight control, strength, endurance, flexibility, motivation and attitude.
How to Lose One Pound
How to Lose One Pound
by TX Shannon     Jul 11, 2011
Although there are many weight loss plans offering new, easy, quick and effortless strategies to shed pounds, ultimately weight management simply comes down to balancing calories consumed vs. calories burned.
What is a Calorie?
What is a Calorie?
by TX Shannon     Jul 05, 2011
Proper Hydration
Proper Hydration
by TX Shannon     Jun 20, 2011
Aloe Vera, a Miracle Plant
Aloe Vera, a Miracle Plant
by sangeeta shah     Jul 25, 2011
Known as the 'Miracle Plant', 'Natural Healer' or the 'Burn Plant' because of its immense medicinal properties, aloe vera has been used around the world for the last 4000 years.

Aloe vera contains numerous vitamins and minerals, enzymes, amino acids, natural sugars and agents which may be anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial. The combination and balance of the plant's ingredients are what gives it its healing properties.
Why Sleep is Important
Why Sleep is Important
by sangeeta shah     Jul 21, 2011
The benefits of sleep impact nearly every area of daily life. While it may be obvious that sleep is beneficial, most people don’t realize how much sleep they need and why it is so important. According to the Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School, your body manages and requires sleep in much the same way that it regulates the need for eating, drinking, and breathing. Extensive research has been done on the effects of sleep. These studies have consistently shown that sleep plays a vital role in promoting physical health, longevity, and emotional well-being.
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RebeccaRose
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A young cook from Minnesota, she is gluten-free and has shared many delicious, healthy, and gluten-free recipes. This was great for our campaign with Generation Rescue as many autistic children are on gluten and casein free diets.
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