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A M A Z I N G Liquid Cancer Cure

Alternative Cancer Treatmentsby Tanya Harter Pierce, M.A. MFCC
Author of OUTSMART YOUR CANCER: Alternative Non-Toxic Treatments That Work
False Hope or Real Solutions?Despite the expenditure of billions of dollars over the last six decades, mainstream medicine’s track record for curing cancer is still dismal. Mainstream medicine cure rates are not much better than they were in the 1950s, and the cancer occurrence rates and deaths have only continued to rise. In fact, one out of every four deaths in America today is due to cancer. Too many people have watched loved ones with this disease die miserably, and more and more are wisely choosing to use alternative methods instead methods that are not approved by the FDA and not condoned or prescribed by mainstream doctors.Read about this across the counter, non toxic liquid that has cured many cancer cases even advanced stages. Read on...

7 SNACKS THAT TASTE FATTY BUT KEEP YOU SKINNY

This doesn't mean that snacking is inherently evil. Many scientific studies actually prove that people who snack regularly eat less at mealtimes, helping to maintain a healthy weight. Snacking, or eating several small, balanced meals a day instead of three large ones, keeps your metabolism revved because your stomach and body have to continually work to digest food, says Alyse Brennecke, RD, regional director in the nutrition division of MenuTrinfo. That means you'll burn more calories throughout the day. Read on...
(NaturalNews) Parasites are living organisms that live off of a host organism. Parasites take and utilize the host organism's nutrients and in so doing, hurt the host organism. Parasites take on a number of different forms and can thrive throughout the body. They most often live within the human intestines. Take action and cleanse your system of parasites naturally.

It is estimated that about 50 percent of Americans have an abundance of parasitic organisms in their gut. Parasites enter the human body through the air we breathe, the food we eat and the water we drink.
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(NaturalNews) Resveratrol, a natural compound found in red wine, grape skins, blueberries, pomegranates and several other plants, has been found to benefit health in a myriad of ways. For example, as Natural News previously reported, scientists have found evidence showing it prevents heart disease, helps keep weight under control, normalizes cholesterol levels and may prevent diabetes and even help treat neurodegenerative diseases such as dementia. Now, a University of Missouri (MU) scientist has uncovered ways resveratrol might be used to create a cure for even the most aggressive prostate cancers.


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How to Use Cumin Seeds in Natural MedicineBy an eHow Contributor Use Cumin Seeds in Natural Medicine Cumin is most commonly used to flavor foods and is widely available in both seed and powder form. While cumin is a favorite on the spice rack, it has a number of curative properties which make it a versatile natural medicine. The uses of cumin are practically endless. Read on for a few tips that can give you an idea how to use cumin seeds as part of your home remedies. Things You'll NeedCumin seedsFresh corianderSalt Instructions1 Take cumin seeds to calm a number of digestive disorders including morning sickness, indigestion, heartburn, ulcers, diarrhea and flatulence. Boil 1 cup of water and remove from heat before adding 1 tsp. of cumin seeds, 1 tsp. of fresh coriander and a pinch of salt. Allow the tea to steep for 20 minutes before drinking. Take this natural medicine after meals.
2 Relieve insomnia with cumin seeds an…

The Truth About Whey Protein And Your Nasty Belly Fat

A simple way to keep your muscles strong as you get older (and it isn't exercise) 
This one step can strengthen aging muscles, boost your immune system, and even help you manage your weight.
It’s normal for our muscles to lose tone and become a bit flabby as we age. But just because it’s normal, it doesn’t mean it’s good.

Not only are flabby muscles unsightly, they’re also a sign that we’re losing muscle mass and strength.

Losing muscle mass makes it harder to do the things you take for granted. Like walking up stairs. Lifting a bag of groceries. Or recovering your balance instead of falling.

Losing strength also makes you more prone to injuries that can keep you from enjoying the activities you've loved for years. It's a major reason people lose mobility and end up in nursing homes.

We all want to stay strong and vital for as long as possible. So many of us turn to exercise. While a regular exercise program can help, it’s often not enough. We need to feed our muscles, too. What…