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Twelve Creative Ways to Use Coconut Oil

Twelve Creative Ways to Use Coconut Oil

Colds and Sore Throats Coconut oil has antimicrobial properties that can help you recover from a cold. Mix it with warm herbal tea and honey for a very soothing throat remedy. Cuts and Scrapes Coconut oil can be used as a topical cream for common cuts and scrapes,... read more
Coconut Oil is Good for You

Coconut Oil is Good for You

If you could make one change in your current diet that would positively affect all other areas of your life, would you do it? If you knew that just three tablespoons of a saturated fat would positively benefit your current health condition, would you take those three... read more
Coconut Oil At Bedtime. Why?

Coconut Oil At Bedtime. Why?

Coconut oil is derived from mature coconut kernels. Coconut oil is now considered a superfood. It has antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties. Coconut oil is resistant to rancidity and has good heat stability. Our body needs healthy fats. Coconut oil... read more
Vitamin D and Mobility

Vitamin D and Mobility

Stay out of the sun… use sunscreen…. nag, nag, nag. I’m sick of it! This bad advice has led directly to the vitamin D crisis and skin cancer explosion – and now, a new study shows how it’s destroying seniors’ lives, too. Researchers say older... read more
Your Memory and Vitamin D

Your Memory and Vitamin D

If you needed one more reason to make sure your vitamin D levels are adequate, Duke-NUS Medical School and Duke University can give it to you. Researchers at these institutions recently conducted a study of elderly Chinese people that linked low vitamin D levels to a... read more
Keep Your Food Boring, And Your Life Interesting

Keep Your Food Boring, And Your Life Interesting

Are you guilty of the following erroneous belief? I will never find any other sources of pleasure or satisfaction in my life to replace the bad habits that are undermining my health. Some people are quite aware that they hold this belief, and will even state it out... read more
Magnesium for Your Health

Magnesium for Your Health

Magnesium is required for the activation of vitamin D, and deficiency may increase your risk of anxiety, depression, heart disease, migraines, osteoporosis and more. Statistics show that at least 50 percent of the American population are deficient in magnesium; a... read more
Magnesium Promotes Weight Loss

Magnesium Promotes Weight Loss

The phrase “overweight and undernourished” has become a popular truth, and magnesium deficiency in overweight individuals is a striking example. It is no coincidence that magnesium deficiency and obesity are both widespread conditions in our society. So,... read more
Sugar Causes Cancer

Sugar Causes Cancer

For some time now, scientists have known about the Warburg effect: the name for the fact that cancer cells break down sugar quickly, which in turn promotes tumor growth. However, researchers have been hesitant to say that consuming sugar can definitely lead to... read more
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