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7 Best Anti-aging Herbs: Turmeric

…singlehandedly address some of today's greatest health threats, including arthritis, asthma, cardiovascular disease, hepatitis, gallbladder problems and lung cancer from smoking and other pollutants. I recommend about a heaping tablespoon of turmeric a day. Some people eat it straight, but you can also try…

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How To Use Turmeric To Stop Asthma

…air flow, relaxes muscle spasms, restores normal breathing patterns, thins the blood and relieves asthmatic inflammation that causes swelling in the lungs and trouble breathing. The allergic response in asthma is triggered when T-lymphocytes from your immune system release specific compounds that cause…

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A Little-Known Cause of Bad Breath

…produces certain gases (hydrogen, carbon dioxide and methane to name a few). Some of the gases are absorbed into the blood and exhaled through the lungs. In fact, as much as 20 percent of the hydrogen produced in the colon is exhaled in your breath. If your digestive system is not working properly, your…

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Propolis: A Natural Antiviral

…more instance in which the total natural product works better, with fewer side effects, than its isolated components. And at the National Heart and Lung Institute in London, researchers discovered that propolis was active against the human tubercle bacillus, better known as tuberculosis, or TB. I recommend…

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Bitter Remedy Brings Sweet Relief

…Chinese have also used Andrographis paniculata for centuries. They use it as a supporting ingredient in medicines used for treating problems of the lungs and throat. In Thailand, cigarette manufacturers add the herb to their products for its soothing effect on the throat. I found that the herb is also…

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How to Stay Healthy During Holiday Travel

…flights, I mist a couple of squirts into a tissue and inhale the fumes several times. Proper breathing techniques ensure the mist reaches deep into the lungs. Of course, you can use eucalyptus in any situation where you’re in close proximity to others—in church, at movie theaters, and on buses and trains…

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Body Cleansing Detoxification Starts With the Skin

…filtered and broken down by your liver and kidneys are removed from the body by several organs. These include the bowels, the urinary tract organs, the lungs, and the skin. You use water to carry these waste products away and detoxify the body. By tracing this water loss, you can tell just how important the…

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Stop the Flu With Resveratrol

…given resveratrol. And six days after the infection, the mice given resveratrol had 98 percent lower pulmonary viral antibody concentrations in their lungs than those not given the compound. I have no doubt that the amazing powers of resveratrol are just starting to be uncovered. In the years to come, it…

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Why You Should Walk for Exercise

…circulation to your brain and vital organs. Higher demands on your respiratory system increase the rate at which you can dump toxins out through your lungs. And the impact with each step puts healthy stress on your bones, reducing your risk of developing osteoporosis. Walking can also be highly effective…

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The Health Benefits of Whey

…laboratory animals. These studies have found that a diet supplemented with whey protein provides protection against toxin-induced cancers of the esophagus, lung, bladder, colon, liver, and breast. And it appears that the earlier the whey protein is started, the greater the protective effects might be. Moreover…

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How To Maximize the Benefits of a Walking Regimen

…. One study performed at James Madison University, showed that people who used walking poles while hiking over a variety of terrain improved their lung capacity and increased their heart rate (both indicators of cardiovascular health) and burned more calories while on the hike. Also, rather than continuing…

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