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Foods High in Protein – A List by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Mon 13 May 2013 8:19am The term " protein shake " means different things to different people, if you get my drift. But then again that depends on who you are – a serious fitness enthusiast or just another "wannabe". One way or another, a "workout" is in order, isn't it? But I digress… Protein, in all seriousness, is a buzzword that reverberates throu ... Read on »
Foods High in Protein by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Mon 02 Jan 2012 8:38am Protein. It's an industry buzzword when it comes to fitness, bodybuilding and athletics. It's literally everything to these people who want to get to the top, and you find several people who are in this group cramming large amounts of protein in various forms to get that extra edge. Take bodybuilders for example… I love Arn ... Read on »
Where's the calcium going? by Meg W. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 25 Oct 2008 4:49pm Last week when my sister Ruth and I were driving down to Boston we had a discussion about calcium and osteoporosis. Americans are the largest consumers of calcium in the form of supplements and dairy products but still have the highest rate of osteoporosis. Little known to most people is the fact that the problem is not about getting e nough ... Read on »
ALKALINE DIET TO DISABLE MICROBES by Marjorie Tietjen Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:12pm Posted By Lymenaide: Alkaline Diet for Lyme Lymenaide's Notes Alkaline Diet for Lyme The human body requires specific chemical processes to work efficiently and properly in order to stay healthy and ward off disease. These processes will only operate within a limited pH (potential of hydrogen) range. pH is a scale or balance system that m ... Read on »
Effective Means Of Preventing Kidney Stones by Shilah C. Azib Posted Tue 01 Jun 2010 10:17am Urolithiasis, commonly known as kidney stones develop in a person’s body when there is a collection of materials-such as minerals-to a small stone. These stones are commonly found in the kidney, but there are also those that stay in the ureter or in the bladder. Also called “nephrolithiasis,” by physicians, kidney stones can cause a ... Read on »
Need a detox meal? by Marni R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 14 Mar 2013 12:45pm Want to boost the metabolism, lose weight, remove harmful toxins, improve skin health, sleep better, boost energy and improve mood? You may be familiar with the practice of "detox" in terms of sticking to a diet for 24-72+ hours in order to rid the body of unhealthy toxins and to help with weight loss (as the primary reasons for abiding to ... Read on »
Eating plums for healthy bones? by Marta M. Posted Thu 15 Sep 2011 10:18pm Osteopenia (a precursor of osteoporosis) is an issue close to my heart. I was recently diagnosed with this disease, which has put me at a higher risk of developing osteoporosis. If there’s something you should know about the loss of bone mass, it’s that it is not just about taking calcium and vitamin D as much as to an overall approach to diet, ... Read on »
HOW SAFE IS YOUR PET'S FOOD? by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 17 Jun 2012 12:00am The first half of 2012 has been full of news about pet food recalls and even some bad news about contamination involving pet treats.  This has been going on for years but it appears to be increasing in frequency now.  Is there anything you can do to protect your pet from being exposed to these contaminants?  If your pet has been e ... Read on »
Raw Food Health: Is A Raw Food Diet The Key To Health Or A Trend? by Tera W. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Oct 2012 7:49am Raw Food Recipes Raw Food Health Green Smoothies Tera Tidbits Success Stories Natural Beauty Care Uncategorized Podcasts Raw Food for Families WISH Summit 3 Weight Loss Secrets Jenny Craig & Weight Watchers Don't Want You To Know H ... Read on »
Import Alert 17-04 BSE CJD HIGH RISK TISSUES, Nutritional Supplements and Cosmetics by Terry S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 01 Feb 2010 3:03pm Import Alert 17-04 (Note: This import alert represents the Agency's current guidance to FDA field personnel regarding the manufacturer(s) and/or products(s) at issue. It does not create or confer any rights for or on any person, and does not operate to bind FDA or the public). Import Alert # 17-04 Published Date: 10/02/2009 Type: DWPE ... Read on »