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Could Castor Oil Cure Everything?

…realize all of the same benefits from a topical castor oil pack applied to the abdomen. Using castor oil this way improves the performance of the thymus gland and other parts of the immune system, and helps boost energy. Follow these steps to make a cold-curing castor oil pack: * Place a heating pad on a flat…

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Is Fast Food Causing ADHD?

…high-fiber and high-protein foods, the elimination of sugar and other refined carbohydrates, and a supplement pro-gram to strengthen the adrenal glands and thyroid will generally solve so-called ADHD problems. These measures can also help adults suffering from fatigue, depression, mood swings, and…

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Three Foods That Promote Prostate Health

…elevated if the prostate enlarges), and slows the growth of prostate cancer. 2. Flaxseed can be instrumental in reversing pre-cancer of the prostate gland. In a study at Duke University Medical Center, researchers placed 15 men with suspected early-stage prostate cancer on a low-fat diet that included…

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PSA Testing: Conventional Medicine is Finally Seeing the Light

…. The treatments being used for prostate cancer involve everything from radiation and administration of hormones to surgical removal of the entire gland. The side effects are far from minor. The long list includes such things as impotency, urinary problems, bowel problems, penile shrinkage, infertility…

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Body Cleansing Detoxification Starts With the Skin

…from one-tenth to one-one hundredth of an inch in thickness. And, one square centimeter, you have an average of 1,000 oil glands (called sebaceous glands) and hundreds of sweat glands. Your skin is an extremely complex organ. Besides protecting the underlying tissues from dehydration and bacteria invasion…

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How Adrenal Exhaustion Is Making You Bloat

…Because practically anyone can suffer from edema, it's something everyone should know how to deal with. How to Bolster Your Adrenal Gland Function To strengthen the adrenal glands and help promote adequate production of aldosterone, I also recommend taking the following steps. * Eat several (4-6) smaller meals…

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What's the Difference Between a Probiotic and a Digestive Enzyme?

…in foods like yogurt and fermented vegetables. Digestive enzymes are chemicals produced by our bodies in the pancreas, small intestine, salivary glands, and stomach. When we eat our food our digestive system requires the food to be broken down into nutrients before absorption and digestive enzymes…

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On Women and Fluid Retention

…fluid retention in these women requires a little more effort than the recommendations I've discussed so far. In addition to strengthening the adrenal glands, women who have these symptoms must also concentrate on helping the liver break down any excess estrogen in the system. Given the right circumstances…

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Normal or Not? Reading Your Blood Pressure

…. * Have your blood pressure taken while laying down, standing and sitting. Readings may elevate as your change positions, a sign of weak adrenal glands rather than high blood pressure. * Make sure your elbow is at the same level as your heart during the screening. An elbow even an inch below where…

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How to Deal With Sugar Cravings

…been found to do everything from aggravate the symptoms of ADHD, unbalance hormone production leading to acne, and disrupt the function of adrenal glands and subsequently the ability to manage stress (cortisol issues), in addition to being a leading cause of obesity and diabetes. This is why I am so…

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Fight the Flu With Licorice Root

…by stimulating the production of interferon by the immune system T cells. Glycyrrhizin is chemically similar to hormones produced by the adrenal glands. Its structure is responsible for its immune-boosting and anti-inflammatory capabilities as well as its side effects. At the first sign of the flu…

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Addiction to Alcohol Recovery, Part III: Blood Sugar

…the drop in blood sugar. Methods needed to treat hypoglycemia include nutritionally strengthening the adrenal, thyroid, and sometimes the pituitary glands. Healthy Habits for Controlling Blood Sugar Those who have dealt with addiction to alcohol should make an effort to do the following in order to control…

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How To Make a Castor Oil Pack

…packs because of their ability to promote healing and to reduce inflammation. When used properly, castor oil packs improve the function of the thymus gland and other immune system functions, especially the lymphatic system. Patients who used abdominal castor oil packs had significant increases in the production…

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Q&A: The Effect of Diet on ADHD

…diagnosed with ADHD. As you’ve instructed, I’ve limited his use of sugar and refined carbohydrates, and I’ve been working to improve his adrenal gland function and blood sugar. He’s improved a lot, but is there anything else you can recommend? I know it may take some time, but any other quick suggestions…

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The Power of Proper Sleep

…place during sleep are directly linked to the production of melatonin. Melatonin is produced and released during periods of darkness by the pineal gland, which is located deep within the brain. At the National Institutes of Health, researchers found that exposing sleeping individuals to light disrupts…

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