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Breastfeeding Mother Asked to Leave Olive Garden by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Wed 19 Aug 2009 5:47pm In Michigan City, Indiana, the mother of a breastfed 11-month-old was asked to leave an Olive Garden restaurant after she refused to give her baby lunch in the bathroom. Margaret Naas said her daughter Katie wanted to eat shortly after she’d ordered. She said she pulled half of her halter top down to feed the baby. Soon, the manager (a wo ... Read on »
Baby leaves, avocado and olive salad by Dianne .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:24pm I need to eat more fruit and veg while reducing the grains in my diet. Its fine when I go out to eat as I usually have salad in my meal somewhere, but at home my diet seems to be grain heavy. As we are currently under heatwave conditions in the UK, now turning to stormy weather, it seems a good time to inject the lighter food into my diet. Its ... Read on »
Olive Leaf Extract: Make It Yourself! by lymeunderground Posted Fri 11 Feb 2011 12:00am Olive leaf extract has been shown to be a broad-based antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, antiprotozoal and anti-lyme supplement. Unfortunately, it’s hard to control the quality and quantity of active ingredients in ... Read on »
How to: Make Olive Leaf Tea by Nanay's daughter Posted Fri 14 Dec 2012 1:26am 1000 year old Olive Trees at Gardens by the Bay Singapore The reason why herbs get a bad rap is because sometimes the herbs that we get are usually of low quality or have been contaminated. If one would like to depend on herbs to restore health, we have to know how to get the best quality herb that we can get and then also be able to ... Read on »
Olive Leaf Extract And Digestion by Comfy Tummy Patient Expert Posted Wed 17 Feb 2010 9:41am I am a firm believer of enhancing the effectiveness of the Specific Carbohydrate Diet with the use of additional supplements. The goal of the Specific Carbohydrate Diet is to heal the intestines and digestive system by bringing it back into balance. This state of imbalance is known as Dysbiosis. Here is some information about it: When ... Read on »
The Benefits of Olive Leaf Extract by Lucky V. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 May 2010 1:23pm Olive leaf extract has been used to treat a variety of health conditions for many years. In fact, evidence of olive leaf’s medicinal use dates back to ancient Egyptian and Mediterranean cultures. The oil is a symbol of purity and goodness, while the olive branch represents peace and prosperity. Winners in the Greek Olympic Games were crowned wi ... Read on »
Olive leaf extract kills myeloma cells! by Margaret Patient Expert Posted Fri 04 Sep 2009 10:59pm Here we go again. First it was mint leaves, now it’s olive leaves. Yesterday I was looking up something entirely different when I came across oleanolic acid, which is a triterpenoid (how’s that for a mouthful?) compound extracted from plant sources and food (even seedless raisins, I read). But it is also extracted from olive [...] Read on »
Is Olive Leaf Any Good? by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Mon 08 Jun 2009 6:27pm In ancient times Egypt olive leaf was first used as medicine by man. It is derived from the leaves of the olive tree in the Mediterranean. In this region olive leaf has been used for many centuries as a food and a natural remedy. Since the 1800s there have been much researches and studies done on the olive leaf. Read on »
Is Olive Leaf Any Good? by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Thu 30 May 2013 1:36pm In ancient times Egypt olive leaf was first used as medicine by man. It is derived from the leaves of the olive tree in the Mediterranean. In this region olive leaf has been used for many centuries as a food and a natural remedy. Since the 1800s there have been much researches and studies done on the olive leaf. Read on »
Coffee substitute: Olive Leaf Tea with Molasses by Nanay's daughter Posted Sat 08 Dec 2012 10:32pm One of the hardest to kick is the coffee habit… At least thats the case for me. 2 weeks ago we went to Eden Health Store to buy Z’ supplement (Floradix).. I saw a few bags of Olive Leaf and bought one. The Barefoot Herbalist suggests buying the Olive Leaf book for 7usd. Was lucky enough to find onr copy at the local library though. Oliv ... Read on »