Category Archives: Dr Oz Recipe

Antioxidants May Prevent Bone Loss: Texas Sees New Treatments For Osteoporosis

By: Pat Carpenter

New research suggests that taking antioxidants may prevent bone loss in menopausal women, one of the primary health concerns associated with this condition.

Vitamin For Acne Guide – Which Are The Most Important Vitamins For Fighting Acne?

By Jorge Samuel

If consumed enough either through our foods or supplements, vitamins can
actually help stop acne before it has a chance to emerge. Since the body is the
biggest organ of the body, it needs the kind of nutrition to work at an optimal
level, and for fighting acne from ever developing. The listed vitamins and
minerals are exceptionally noteworthy for reducing acne breakouts.

3 Secrets for Ladies To Get Flat, Firm Abs

Copyright © 2008 Ed Scow

Calming Effect of Theanine in Tea

Theanine is an amino acid which is present in tea plant (camellia sinensis). It cannot be found in any other plant except for one non edible mushroom. Green tea, black tea and oolong tea contains theanine.

Can Magnetic Therapy Really Help You?

By : Seth Daugherty

Herbal Teas And Their Benefits

By: Victor Epand

Muscle Building Nutrition Basics

Nutrition is probably THE most important part of building muscle. In fact, I’m willing to go a step further and say that you will NOT build muscle without the proper nutrition.

10 Key Signs of Depression

Recognizing depression is complex, a matter usually left to professionals. However, there are 6 key signs that can give clues that you, or someone you love, needs professional help.

Ginkgo Supplements and Memory Function

By: Tom Bomar

Back Pain Muscle Spasms – How to Deal

The two most common locations of muscle spasms are the neck and back regions. Most of us hold a lot of tension in these areas, which leads to tightness. Thus, they are the most vulnerable to stress due to relatively casual events. Such muscle pain could happen due to a chill while golfing or playing tennis, for example, or from spending too long at the computer without taking a break. (In case you are reading this online now, and wondering how often that is, most ergonomic specialists recommend standing and stretching about once an hour.)