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Tips No 1 for Marathoner Wannabes by Tekko Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 09 Nov 2010 6:47pm 4 weeks more to go and I am back with another 3 posts for marathoner wannabes. But you gonna take these with a pinch of salt. Hmmm actually you should. Take the salt that is. It will come in useful when you run the final 10km of the marathon. For the other pro marathoners, the seasoned marathoners, the atas marathoners, you can read, you can dis ... Read on »
Arizona Diet Green Tea with Ginseng Review by Israel L. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 20 May 2009 9:12am I am a strong proponent of only drinking water. Juice is a no-no and soda is an absolute sin. Want to lose weight and be healthy? Then don’t consume any liquid besides water, Period, no if’s and or buts. Stop being a pansy and accept the fact that water is Nature’s most perfect beverage. After water whole fruits are an excellent sourc ... Read on »
a potluck for the amateur gourmet. by Leslie B. Posted Thu 28 Jan 2010 9:47am When I was younger, I remember watching my mom prepare meals each evening, imagining that she had always intuitively known how to cook. It seemed like a skill that one was born with, and as the wife of a husband who loved to eat, mother of two growing daughters, and daughter of an avid cook, I figured she was lucky to be well-equipped with ... Read on »
Skip To Saturday by Chelsea W. Posted Fri 15 Jan 2010 12:00am Hello Friends! I made the final decision to just skip this weeks past eats due to an insane schedule and not wanting to wait two hours for WordPress to upload pictures and content. Has anyone else experienced this dilemma with large posts? Mac users specifically? This past week was pretty good, but also tremendously busy. I’ve k ... Read on »
Xyience Xenergy+ Line by Jill Will Run Posted Mon 24 Jun 2013 6:00pm Xyience Xenergy  (zy-ince zen-er-gy) was launched in 2006, the first energy drink created by a nutrition company. They were also the first energy drink brand to print on the labels how much caffeine is contained in the product. Although, you do have to do math to figure out how much you’re consuming… it’s given to you by how much caffeine per ... Read on »
Ashwagandha- the Indian ginseng by Dr.Krishna Suri Posted Tue 06 Oct 2009 4:08am Ashwagandha - also known as Indian Winter Cherry has the Botanical name Withania Somnifera  -It is a shrub belonging to Solanace family. It is grown in the western India, Gujarat, MP, Punjab and in Himalayas. Ashwagandha gets its name because its roots have the odor of horse. (Ashwa = horse , gandha = odor). It is called by another name Varaha ... Read on »
Honey Stinger Waffles, Energy Bars, Energy Chews and Gels: Product Review and Giveaway by Donald Patient Expert Posted Mon 12 Dec 2011 12:00am Without going too far out on a limb, I predict that the winners of today’s contest will be at least 75% satisfied. That’s because the prizes in question come from Honey Stinger , and of the four products I had the opportunity to sample, three of them were delightful; the fourth one, not so much. Then again, your tastes may vary from min ... Read on »
Try It Before You Prescribe It: Medicated Honey (Miels) by Krystal Plonski Posted Mon 01 Aug 2011 12:00am So I wanted to add to my series, “Try it before you prescribe it” with this Adaptogenic Miel. What is a miel? Well, another name for it is “Medicated Honey,” where we have herbs infused into the honey (over a low heat). The honey is medication in itself, which is antimicrobial. Honey can be used for a variety of effects includin ... Read on »