Pumpkin and Its Beneficial Qualities


Don’t be fooled, aside from carving spooky faces, now halloween is over. There is never a better time to enjoy pumpkins so Pick up a pumpkin.
Don’t let this nutritious ‘superfood’ go to waste!
Pumpkin is packed with nutrition! with a lot of beneficial qualities.
So, take advantage of winter and enjoy these pumpkin health benefits through the end of the year!

Pumpkin seeds have long been used by nutritionists, naturopathic physicians Homeopathic practitioners.
Pumpkin is great for cats and dogs relieving constipation it helps enhance the shine of their coat, supports healthy kidneys and bladder.

Pumpkin contains a wide range of minerals, like Phosphorus, Zinc, Manganese, Magnesium, and Copper.
All of these minerals are very important for your body to function correctly. Pumpkins are one of the highest producers of Magnesium. One portion of pumpkin in a week can help to maintain your health.

Pumpkins are loaded with uncountable health benefits including :

Boosting vision and Improving eye sight
Due to its orange colour, it is the excellent source of Beta-carotene.
Beta-carotene can make vitamin A and vitamin A is essential for great vision
A cup of cubed pumpkin contains almost twice the recommended daily intake of vitamin A, which promotes good vision, especially in especially in low dim light.

Helping Your Heart
They certain important minerals and proteins that strengthen heart muscles and makes our heart healthy to work efficiently.
Phytosterols, (plant based oestrogens) a plant based chemical scientifically proven to reduce your bad cholesterol (LDL), are abundant in pumpkin.

Rich Source of Fibre
Because Pumpkins are loaded with Magnesium, this relaxes the muscles in the bladder wall, thereby reducing the contractions causing the urinary urgency, incontinence and water retention.

Easing Muscle Pain
Pumpkin seed oil has been found to exhibit anti-inflammatory effects and ease inflammation in arthritis and joints.

Morning Sickness:
Pumpkins are effective in providing relief from morning sickness, especially in pregnant women.

Skin Conditions
Prevents various skin problems like acne, eczema and dry skin. As the oil is rich in fatty acids, it also helps to improve skin tones repair damaged and dry skin. Pumpkin is also an effective way to diminish fine lines and wrinkles.

Nervous system.
Pumpkin contain a vital substance, L-tryptophan that plays a significant role in reducing depression symptoms by creating serotonin and melatonin.
A good intake of tryptophan in our diets is believed to have a beneficial effect on our mood, reduce anxiety, stress and help improve sleeping patterns.

Promoting Weight Loss
It is very low in calories, contains no saturated fats and rich in dietary fiber, minerals and vitamins, so it is the best food for those who want to lose weight naturally.

There are 30 calories in one cup of Pumpkin or 26 calories per 100g serving.
You can pretty much eat pumpkin with anything. To get you started on incorporating pumpkin into your diet, try adding it to salads, soups, dips or eating pumpkin pie.
Feeling creative? Try pumpkin cheesecake, pumpkin yoghurt or even make pumpkin pancakes!
Pumpkin seed butter can be spread on cream crackers or oat cakes for a quick and healthy snack.
Feeling even more creative?
Make a Pumpkin Smoothie
Simply blend one cup pumpkin (cooked, tinned, or raw) one peeled banana, two cups of water and a sprinkle of cinnamon in a blender for 40 seconds.
Pumpkin seeds can still be purchased out of season. If you prefer, instead just add pumpkin seed oil to your pasta, salad, smoothies and soups.
Pumpkin seed oil is an even more concentrated source.

Check for your allergic response to Pumpkin before trying any of the tips provided above.

Eating too many pumpkin seeds can cause diarrhea. So excess amount can make problems and should be consumed in moderation.

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Discover The Powers of Vitamin D For Diabetes, Heart Disease, Muscle weakness and Low Mood


Vitamin D is a super nutrient is unique among vitamins and crucial to bone health and also supports the heart, lungs, and immune system.
In recent years, health professionals have been recommending more and more of it, citing Vitamin D deficiency as the source of a variety of medical conditions.
Vitamin D deficiency may have hazardous consequences.
A lack of Vitamin D increasingly has been associated with :
Chronic muscle pain
Heart Disease
Multiple Sclerosis
Muscle weakness, Lethargy and Lack of Energy
Rickets causes muscles and bones to become soft, which can cause permanent deformities.
Joint pain
Feeling blue – low mood
SAD symptoms and Stress contributes to decreased Vitamin D production
Backache symptoms improved in 95% of a group of 360 chronic back pain patients who took a high dose

Vitamin D deficiency is common in Athlete’s, gymnasts, football players and sport players.

Vitamin D is one of many hormones involved in the maturation of white blood cells, our first line against most types of infection. In particular, researchers have uncovered a relatively consistent link between low vitamin D level and increased risk of respiratory infection.
Viral diseases
Bronchitis (Respiratory syncytial virus)
Common Cold

Vitamin D supplements available on the market, is available in two forms, vitamin D2 and vitamin D3.
Vitamin D is much more than a vitamin; technically it’s a hormone. Vitamin D is manufactured through exposure to direct sunlight.
Natural Sunlight is the best source of vitamin D.
The human body can produce vitamin D in the skin, using a chemical reaction that requires sun light (specifically ultraviolet radiation from sunlight.)
Spending time in sunlight is one of the most effective ways of raising your D3 levels. It’s important to wear sunscreen to protect against skin cancer,.
If you sit in the sun for a few minutes each day, your body will make vitamin D, but as you know that can be tough here in the United Kingdom.
Plus it isn’t possible to get the daily requirement in this way due to factors including the strength of the sunlight here on any given day,
Researchers now believe that because people get less sunlight, and therefore less Vitamin D, in the wintertime, that is why colds, flu, and other infections happen more frequently in the winter. Flu pretty much disappears in summer.

“”””In natural health circles, prevention is ALWAYS better than cure.”””””

Good Sources of Vitamin D can be found in Cereals, Cow’s milk, Cheese, Egg, Mushrooms, Orange juice, Salmon and Tuna High in Vitamin D
The benefits of Vitamin D are also in supplements, ointments and easy-to-use sprays http://www.evolutionorganics.co.uk/dr-mercola-uk/dr-mercola-sunshine-vitamin-d-spray

Vitamin D-fortified food can help those whose vitamin D levels are below the recommended levels and who are at risk of symptoms of vitamin D deficiency
Rickets causes muscles and bones to become soft, which can cause permanent deformities

A typical healthy grownup between the ages of 19 and 50 ought to receive about 2,000 IU’s of vitamin D each and every day.
Howevere Salmon contains more than the Daily Value in just a single serving.

It is recommended you ask your healthcare provider to check your vitamin D level.

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Discover The Amazing Healing And Medicinal Values Of Neem


In India, Neem is known as “the village pharmacy” Its miraculous medicinal values have been popular for the last five thousand years all over the world.
Neem is the most well-liked when applied as a natural and organic pesticide. The fact that it is all organic usually indicates it’s primarily used in organic and natural facilities across the globe. It is efficient against most frequent farming pests like Spider mites, aphids, caterpillars, mushroom flies, cabbage worms and even more.
Neem is highly respected and has been prized as a wonder plant for centuries, because of the antibacterial anti-parasitic, insect repellent, anti-fungal, anti-septic and anti-inflammatory properties.
Neem is also known to act as a lethal repellent to spiders, cockroaches, and common household pests.
Neem is a Miracle Herb for Dogs too!
Neem is well known for clearing the complexion, rejuvenate the skin and eradicating blemishes, it contains Vitamin E and other powerful vitamins, which helps to improve fragile skin helping to maintain healthy, beautiful and glowing skin

Also used as an effective aid to heal skin infections, Neem is a miracle for those with problematic skin acne, athlete’s foot, chickenpox, eczema, psoriasis healing sunburn and prevents the body cells from being infected.
Neem inhibits the growth of acne-causing bacteria such as Propionibacterium. It takes only a few days for Neem to show results in acne treatment.
Neem contain powerful anti-fungal that is toxic to harmful organisms and is an effective treatment for various fungi that infect the human body. Laboratory tests have shown that neem preparations are toxic to cultures of 14 common fungi. These include the Candida fungi that cause vaginal yeast infections and Trichophyton fungus that causes athletes foot and toenail fungus (yellow toenails).
Candida is a yeast-like fungus that is part of the normal flora but can get out of control, leading to lesions in mouth (thrush), vagina, skin, hands and lungs.
It works well as a home remedy for Bacterial Vaginosis Neem powder can be taken orally to fight against Bacterial Vaginosis or added to your bath.
Neem can be applied to warts and prevent Wart causing viruses (papillomavirus) from replicating, so that a wart will slowly fade away.

Neem Tea is an very effective ingredient for Hair and Scalp Care. Neem oil is also used as a Dandruff and Lice treatment if you are suffering from hair lice problem mix Neem oil or Neem tea with your regular conditioner or soft shampoo, apply for fifteen minutes then rinse. A powerful way to detox and kill head lice and eggs is to massage Neem oil into the scalp and leave for an hour then rinse.

Avoid costly dental bills with Its antibacterial properties helps to remove many dental problems.
Neem therapeutic rinses and mouthwashes to help heal Bleeding Gums, Gingivitis, Periodontitis Gum Disease, Tooth decay and Tooth Disorders. Mouth Ulcers are treated with Neem leaf extract reducing the infection in oral cavities.
To treat a sore throat without antibiotics, gargle with Neem leaf water three times a day.

Neem is used for some impressive therapeutic and spiritual purpose qualities, including the following :
Fighting excessive sweating and bad odours.
Recent discoveries have even revealed that extracts of Neem leaves have been considered a calmative to reduce anxiety, stress and nervous disorders
In Aromatherapy to relieve tiredness, treat arthritis and musculoskeletal pain by massaging it directly into the skin

Neem is available and can be purchased in the form of capsules, dried leaf tea, oil, powder and pills soap, tincture and toothpaste.
Alternatively the loose herb can be applied directly to the skin when mixed with Vaseline.

Neem has been shown to be a powerful, relatively inexpensive birth control agent for both men and women.
Neem extract reduces fertility in male -without hitting libido or sperm production. Neem leaf tablets taken for one month produced reversible male infertility but did not affect sperm production or libido. This is the first male birth control pill. Chewing a handful of Neem leaves every day prevents pregnancies.

Neem can provide a safe and affordable alternative to prescription drugs
It would be advisable to consult a professional doctor, health care provider or a Dermatologist before using Neem remedies.

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Holistic Treatments For Dandruff and Scalp Eczema At Your Fingertips

Dandruff (Seborrheic Dermatitis) is a common scalp disease, is technically an annoying skin disorder with a reputation for being unattractive in both males and females.
Dandruff and scalp Eczema is usually associated with the growth of a yeast like fungus.
Dandruff is the excessive flaking of the skin on the scalp that leads to white flakes on the head, neck, and shoulders. Scalp may also be itchy and red, and eyelids, nose, and forehead may be affected.
Dandruff usually is not harmful, but definitely causes embarrassment and discomfort as your scalp becomes very itchy and inflamed
It can appear on your dog as well!
Although using Neutrogena T/Gel Dandruff Shampoo or normal shampoos this can only eliminate the fungus for a small time span and can’t give a permanent solution or remedy.
The good news is you can often treat, control and cure dandruff there are some excellent natural cures.
Natural Anti Dandruff Remedies have helped a lot of people cure their flaky and itchy scalps.
If your scalp has a cut or broken skin, wait till that is fully healed so you won’t experience any stinging.

Here are some simple home based natural remedies for the management of dandruff and itchy scalp available at your fingertips:

Bay Leafs
Another herbal anti-dandruff rinse!
The chemicals and volatile ingredients in fresh Bay leaves can help to eliminate dry skin and dandruff. Bay leaves are a good scalp tonic, stimulating growth and easing dandruff. Bay Leaf powder can be mixed with your regular shampoo and applied to the scalp.

Basil is normally used for cooking but it has many healing properties. Dried Basil can sometimes be substituted for fresh basil leaves, Basil Oil can also be applied to the scalp.
Basil soothes irritation caused by dandruff and can be used to remedy itching of the scalp.
Repeated use can help reduce dandruff.

Black pepper
Black Pepper contains anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties.
Rather than solely applying black pepper to the scalp.
If the dandruff condition is severe is causing try mixing two pinches of black pepper and olive oil then massage gently into the scalp.

Fresh Fenugreek is also useful in the removal of dandruff. The leaves can be consumed as part of your daily diet. A strong Fenugreek Tea made from the herb is another remedy that can be applied to the hair and scalp for 15-20 minutes before rinsing. Try this method twice a week. This will keep your scalp healthy and dandruff free.

Marigold Oil
Also known as Calendula With regular application of Marigold Oil antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, Calendula promotes fast healing and regeneration of the skin. That is the reason why it is used to cure many skin problems including dandruff. Marigold is also available in a tincture form.

Mustard Oil
Mustard Oil is a Grandma’s all time favourite hair care solution. A different, yet effective type of anti-dandruff treatment.
Mustard oil not only helps in curing dandruff but prevents dandruff in the long run and treats split ends. Two thorough applications will completely remove the dandruff from the scalp.

We usually don’t think of Parsley as a cosmetic herb, but it works! Parsley acts as a hair tonic and contains large amounts of Chlorophyll which is a mild antiseptic to disinfect the scalp. Parsley is one of the most soothing and effective hair rinses for dandruff.
Apply four tablespoons of fresh parsley to your hair conditioner, leave for fifteen minutes before rinsing this will eliminate the issue and also promote hair growth.

Peppermint Oil
Peppermint Tea or Peppermint Oil Tea has a range of therapeutic benefits increasing the blood supply to the follicles, increases scalp circulation, calming inflammation and relieve itching. A handful of fresh peppermint leaves from Peppermint tea bags applied to the scalp for ten minutes and rinsed twice a week will help to combat dandruff.

Dried Rosemary is recognised as a natural remedy for the scalp. Dried Rosemary can be mixed into your regular shampoo.
Rosemary Oil is also an intensive treatment for bad dandruff it can be rubbed on hair, left for at least an hour before rinsing. Rosemary is excellent for increasing blood circulation to the scalp, treating dandruff and other irritated skin and scalp conditions as well as helping to prevent hair loss.

Dried Thyme can be found in your kitchen cupboard. Thyme is rich in antiseptic and anti fungal elements which soothe and combat dandruff. Four tablespoons of dried Thyme can be added to your shampoo and gently massaged into your for ten minutes before rinsing.

Tips to Prevent Dandruff
Giving your scalp a good massage before or after brushing will also help to improve circulation and remove flakiness.
Thoroughly wash your hair with a mild, pH-balanced shampoo
Avoid using hairspray. It is extremely drying and it can make your dandruff problem much worse.
Avoid excess salt.
Enjoy a diet rich in essential B vitamins, and Zinc as they help prevent dandruff.
Pumpkin seeds, nuts and vegetable oils are also anti dandruff and can prevent dandruff.
Limit your intake of milk and other dairy products, sea foods and fatty foods.
Following a healthy diet, modified to fit your nutritional type can also help you balance out your internal system, and eliminate excessive fungi naturally.

However, if neither frequent shampooing nor natural remedies help reduce dandruff, it would be advisable to consult your health care provider or a Dermatologist.
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Natural and Powerful Ways To Handle Chronic Insomnia, Depression, Grief, Extreme Anxiousness, Mood Disorders and Suicidal Thoughts.


With depression and mood disorders including insomnia rising to epidemic levels
depression is generally associates with fear, frustration, anxiety, intrusive thoughts, unwanted thoughts, nervousness and insomnia.
Everyone experiences sadness and low moods when painful events happen in life. Often the effects are short term, however in some cases, the effects of life’s trials and tribulations can lead to a more serious problems it can be manifested in various from: Chronic Insomnia, Depression, Grief, Extreme Anxiousness, Mood Disorders and Suicidal Thoughts.
Depression can cause serious side effects if you do not watch it.
Depression, anxiety and low self-esteem often go hand-in-hand and can overlap.
Self Esteem will be the value of your personal self or your mind worth.
Loss of self esteem could happen any time to result in more depressive disorder in your life. It can certainly aggravate an existing inclination towards negative beliefs, visualisations and daydreams.
On the contrary a lack of self-worth, esteem and confidence can therefore be a contributing factor in the development of anxiety and depression disorder.
Doctors often prescribe drugs to their patients to combat depression, different methods, beyond common antidepressants like Prozac and Zoloft, to treat depression.
Alternative approaches for managing depression are often sought and herbal mixtures are widely used.
Herbal medicine has a long and respected history, and holds a valuable place in the treatment of mental/emotional disorders such as anxiety, depression and insomnia.

Knowing how to fight depression is key for optimal mental health and wellbeing. Feeling good is so important to every aspect in your life that some may say it’s the most important thing in the world.

Mother nature provides us a lovely range of natural remedies which are a real natural cure for anxiety, depression, emotional disorders and insomnia.

Aromatic Baths
Aromatic Baths can be a powerful addition to help in alleviating anxiety, depression and insomnia. Essential oils can help in that process and ease the burden.
By soaking in a warm Aromatic bath for at least 20 minutes.
Adding a few drops to a bubble bath is a relaxing and effective method of use for Aromatherapy. The heat of the water creates vapours that can be inhaled, while the oils are soaking into the skin.
Clary Sage is very calming, provides an anti-depressant effect. Known for its uplifting and mood-lightening attributes.
Frankincense is perhaps the most often used essential oil for depression and stress-related symptoms.
Lavender can help balance your mood and release the tension from your mind and your muscles.
Magnolia essential oil is has long been recognised for its anti-anxiety and anti-stress properties.
Blend together and add 5-7 drops into your bath or add seperately.

Chamomile is a mild, soothing herb, which is why many people use it at bedtime. The herb relaxes, calms nerves and worries accumulated over the day. Also has a very pleasant taste and aroma, drink a cup of chamomile tea 1 to 2 hours before applying the head on the pillow and feel the calming effect of the herb, which will ensure you sleep.

Folic Acid
There is growing evidence that low folate intake increases the risk of depression.
Folic acid is one of the eight vitamins that belong to the group that we know as vitamin B.
The brain, muscles and nerves all require vitamin B to maintain their normal functions.
Vitamin B Vitamins plays a major role in maintaining proper brain chemistry A lack of B Vitamins can trigger depression and low moods.

Magnesium Rich Foods Magnesium helps your body to relax and is an essential mineral that your body requires to maintain normal muscle and nervous system functioning. Some of the riches sources of magnesium are dark, leafy vegetables, nuts, seeds, beans, lentils, whole grains, avocados, bananas and dried fruits.

Skullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora)
Skullcap is a calmative that has traditionally been used to relieve tension headaches, anxiety, insomnia and premenstrual tension. Skullcap’s effectiveness is enhanced when combined with such herbs as Valerian, Chamomile and Passion flower.

Oatstraw (Avena Sativa)
Oatstraw has been shown to be very effective as a sedative and has proven useful for some kinds of insomnia and nervous disorders. Oatstraw is especially effective for debilitation associated with anxiety or depression. In Europe it has been used for centuries to treat nervous exhaustion.

Natrum Muriaticum
Natrum Muriaticum works well for emotional problems, such as distress, restlessness and depression, which tend to occur because of the suppression of other emotions, such as fear and grief.

Sepia is Homeopathic remedy predominantly a female’s remedy with some exceptions. It also helps combat persistent sadness and eases depression resulting from emotional trauma.

White Chestnut
White Chestnut is a Flower Essence that can help you cope and is useful for stress-related conditions. Traditionally used for nervousness, insomnia and stress-related symptoms, helps to let go of problems and get some much needed mental rest and peace and relaxes muscles.
White Chestnut can be applied onto the tongue or rubbing it behind the ears, temples and wrists.

Avoid Negative Influences – The people who you surround yourself with say a lot about your life and your state of mind. Try to avoid being around people who are constantly down or have a tendency to moan a lot. Instead try and surround yourself with happy, fun people. Their good mood may just rub off on you!

You should talk to your health care provider about using herbs for depression.
Talking to a therapist can help you identify the source of your pain and alleviate it.
Suicidal Depression often requires prescription antidepressants getting treatment is of paramount importance and should be diagnosed by a licensed Doctor, Counsellor, Psychologist or Social worker.

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Calm Nerves, Fight Insomnia, Reduce Anxiety and Heal Depression with Passion Flower


Anxiety and Depression are two of the most common mental health concerns in our society.
Passiflora more commonly known as Passion Flower Nutritional Herbology has historically been used as a sedative known for its calming and relaxing properties.
It is used primarily on the nervous system, particularly for anxiety, depression, panic and worry.
Passion Flower soothes the nervous system enabling the users to have sound sleep.
Passion Flower has been used as a sedative to aid in the treatment of insomnia. Dried Passion Flower can also be used in herb pillows or sprinkled in a bath to help reduce depression, anxiety and stress. The stems are even eaten raw by adding it to salads.
Passion Flower is commonly sold as a tea in a dried form, it can be made as a tasty tea for truly holistic healing or strong decoction, some people have even been known to smoke it.
Additionally you can get Passion Flower in capsules or tablets.
Passion Flower exerts its calming effect by increasing the release of a particular neurotransmitter in the brain. Basically, some of the active phytochemicals in Passion Flower promote the release of GABA.
GABA or Gamma Aminobutyric Acid is the major inhibitory neurotransmitter in the central nervous system.
This neurotransmitter lowers neuronal activity in certain brain cells.
When there is excessive brain activity, its presence produces calmness. Considered vital for calming stress responses.
This action has a quieting effect in the central nervous system and it reduces anxiety and relieves insomnia.
Popularly referred to as the body’s natural tranquiliser, frequently identified as the calming neurotransmitter).
Normally, the brain pumps out all the GABA we need. Unfortunately, due to a poor diet, exposure to environmental toxins, or other factors, levels of GABA may become depleted. Too little of this important compound may result in anxiety, irritability, and insomnia. A deficiency of GABA has also been linked to depression.
Do you have acute anxiety or panic attacks, or difficulty sleeping through the night or even the inability to experience pleasure in activities that normally produce it? If so, you may very well be suffering GABA deficiency symptoms.
Low levels of GABA can directly affect a person’s capability in handling stresses that are brought about on a day to day basis. So generally, deficient GABA levels can negatively affect a person’s life and performance.
GABA is manufactured in the body from another amino acid, glutamic acid.
GABA essentially acts as a tranquilizer in the body, and its effects are comparable to prescription drugs such as Valium and other tranquilizers.
Because GABA helps to subdue the firing of nerve cells in the brain, it may be useful for treatment of disorders thought to be linked to over stimulation of the brain’s motor centers, such as epilepsy and attention deficit disorder.
Outside the central nervous system, GABA is also responsible for regulating muscle tone. Therefore, increased secretion of GABA can also help relax the muscles. This calming effect on the muscles is the reason why passion flower is used in the treatment of seizures and epilepsy.
In homeopathic medicine Passion Flower was used to treat epilepsy.
GABA itself does not cause drowsiness. Instead, by easing anxiety, it simply makes it easier to fall asleep. Some research indicates that the popular insomnia-fighting herb, valerian, boosts GABA levels too. When specifically treating sleep disorders, some people like to rotate GABA with Valerian or Melatonin, the popular Hormone-based sleep supplement.

In a study participates with a sleep disorder ingested a mug of Passion Flower Tea for 1 week and noted their results. The conclusion was that it helped their sleeping.

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This New Year – Overcome Weight Loss Resistance Naturally

Weight loss. It seems like it’s on everybody’s mind these days.
Healthy weight loss is not out of your reach.
Natural remedies for weight loss is one of the most successful alternatives worldwide.
Some herbs for weight loss reduce appetite, increase metabolism, or even aid your digestive system, all of which can contribute to you reaching your weight loss goal.
People are always looking for the best foods for weight loss. Losing weight isn’t just about calories. It’s about the kind of food we eat, the exercise we endure, the overall lifestyles we adopt. We benefit more from stopping emotional eating and eating healthful, natural foods.

Here are some of the practical and healthy ways to bring down the weight scale. They are all natural – there are no nasty side effects to worry about.

Chickweed is used as an effective herb in various weight loss formulations.
It reduces your appetite drastically. It actually works as an appetite depressant and is used in many weight loss herbal combinations. Other than the weight loss products, it is added directly in salads or drunk as herbal tea. There’s supporting scientific evidence that Chickweed may indeed be beneficial to weight loss, when included in a healthy lifestyle included proper diet and exercise.

Burdock root acts as a natural diuretic, (an agent that helps the kidneys to pass urine more often). Taking this supplement will help to increase fat metabolism. The dietary fiber interferes with the absorption of fat. It also helps to increase weight loss by reducing cravings and hunger. Burdock is available as a tincture and in extracts

Dandelion herb is a valuable herb that can be used as a food and medicine.
Dandelion can serve as a herbal detox. It helps in burning the extra calories present within your body making it a fantastic supplement in weight loss regime.
Weight loss is among other benefits that this mighty herb can provide. Dandelion tea weight loss secret is focused on gently stimulating bile production that facilitates improved digestion and ridding body of toxins.
Herbal supplements of dandelion are sold in various forms including as dried leaves, dried roots, leaf juice and root tincture.

Vinegar helps curb your appetite. It can help reduce bad cholesterol levels and regulate blood pressure. However, when used as part of a weight loss program, it is very effective at increasing metabolism, which means that your body burns more calories. It is also a great appetite suppressant. The recommended dose of this powerful home remedy for weight loss is one to three teaspoons twenty minutes before each meal. Organic apple cider vinegar is best, but if not available, traditional apple cider vinegar will work, too

Grapes are a very sweet, tasty snack that should be used as a substitute for those biscuits you may otherwise be eating. Replace them afternoon and late night snacks with Grapes. Grapes of 100g of contain just 70 calories. Grapes are a fantastic detoxification fruit. They help to cleanse the system which aids with weight loss.

Green tea helps boost metabolic rates and can help you feel less hungry. It also helps your body burn fat. The negative side effect reported from drinking green tea is insomnia due to the fact that it contains caffeine.

Psyllium Husk is a natural fiber and bulking agent used in laxative products. It absorbs water up to 16 times its own weight, which helps with appetite control. Adequate amounts of water must be consumed with Psyllium Husk.
Psyllium husk is highly effective when taken about 30 minutes before meals. Psyllium Husk is good for weight loss, as the fiber also aids digestion and eases constipation, aiding the body to rid itself of built-up waste.

Primrose oil is high in an omega-6 fatty acid, gamma-linoleic acid (GLA). The flower blooms in the evening, which is often why it is referred to as Evening Primrose. When taken daily, primrose oil will speed up the body’s metabolism, burning more fat. One-half teaspoon of primrose oil three times a day will help boost your metabolism.

Combined with a balanced diet and moderate exercise, the above blend can help you reach your weight loss goals.
Remember that weight loss should be medically supervised by a trained Physician.

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Shed the Pounds Natural Weight Loss Eating Fish – There is nothing fishy about it!


If you want to lose weight you should start by avoiding sugar and starch like bread.
Fish is a wonderful food for dieters. It’s low in calories, low in saturated fat, and will strengthens the overall condition of the body.
If you want to adopt a really good eating habit, eat regular fish. By substituting fish for chicken or beef two to three times per week, you’ll avoid storing an excess 300 calories.
Less fat means fewer calories – There is nothing fishy about it!
Additionally fish is high in protein high protein diets often tend to be lower in calories which regardless of the diet composition will result in weight loss.
Protein makes people feel fuller and more satisfied for a longer period of time compared to carbohydrates or fat.
Calories in Fish may vary whether it’s marinated, baked, grilled or smoked.
Salmon is an ideal nutritional source of protein for those who are watching their weight or trying to drop some pounds. It might even be considered a weight-loss superfood. Additionally, the Vitamin D content present abundantly in salmon is another reason for its effectiveness for weight loss in a sustainable and healthy manner. Additionally, vitamin D helps in selective burning of calories, it serves to burn the unwanted fat tissues. It is a known fact that most adults suffer from the deficiency of Vitamin D in their diet,

Omega-3 fatty acids do actually promote weight loss in several ways. They help the insulin in your body work better and decrease insulin resistance.
They improve blood sugar control, which helps reduce food cravings and overeating. Omega-3s help your body to burn off calories before they get stored as fat.
The process of metabolism has been the centre of all discussions relating to weight loss. This particular topic of fish oil and weight loss is no different. For many years now fish oil is being considered as a great way to keep a check on the fat content in the body. Fish oil has Docosahexaenoic acid, known as DHA. What DHA does is pretty interesting; this chemical can actually help the body burn more fat. In other words DHA provides the necessary incentive to the process of metabolism thereby making it use more calories to burn fat in the body. This results in quick weight loss and also helps in fighting lethargy or physical inactivity. The process of metabolism is carried forward by certain enzymes; fish oil for weight loss also helps in activating these enzymes.
The highest concentrations of omega-3 fatty acids are found in cold water fish, such as sardines, salmon, herring, tuna, cod, mackerel, halibut, and shark. These fatty acids are also found in lower concentrations in plant foods such as Flaxseed, Walnuts, Great Northern beans, kidney beans, Navy beans, and Soybeans. Some registered dietitians recommend eating a diet rich in fish with high levels of omega-3 fatty acids or eating 1 or 2 teaspoons of flaxseed every day.
So, no more excuses! You can make easy switches to your diet today to help you eat healthier and lose weight.

Remember : Low carb AND low fat = starvation
Avoiding both carbs and fat results in hunger, cravings and fatigue. Sooner or later people can’t stand it and give up. The solution is to eat more natural fat until you feel satisfied.

Burn a minimum of 1,000 calories in aerobic exercise per week. This is equivalent to walking about ten miles over one week. You can spread it out into four 2.5 mile walks per week or any other combination you prefer. You can walk at any speed you like, but brisk walking is better.

Be Patient
It’s common to lose 2-6 pounds (1-3 kg) within the first week on a strict low carb diet, and then on average about one pound (0.5 kg) per week as long as you have a lot of weight remaining to lose. This translates into about 50 pounds (25 kilos) per year.
Every 5 pounds of fat loss roughly equals 1 inch lost around the waist (1 kilo = 1 cm).

Using such a fish weight loss plan may not suit every one, and it is necessary to keep your self hydrated while using this fish diet plan.

High protein diets do promote weight loss but caution is advised. Consult your dietitian or healthcare provider.

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Reduce Anxiety, Depression, Insomnia and Nervousness with Magnesium


After Oxygen, water, and basic food, Magnesium may be the most important element needed by our bodies.
Magnesium,(Mg), is a vital mineral for human nutrition, its perhaps one of the most important natural anxiety remedies because of its effectiveness, record of safe use, availability and value. Zinc, Calcium, and Magnesium are three of the most important minerals essential for good health. Magnesium and Calcium are very similar in their chemistry, but biologically, these two elements function and react very differently.
Only 1% of the Magnesium in your body is stored in your blood and the majority of it is stored in your bones.
Magnesium is mostly ignored because it is not a drug, even though in many cases it is more POWERFUL then drugs.
Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body, and it’s vital for good health. It’s needed for over 300 biochemical reactions. Magnesium acts as a natural tranquilizeris and is a antidote to stress. It is the most powerful relaxant mineral available and it can improve sleep. Magnesium is a calming mineral that nourishes the nervous system, helps prevent anxiety, fear, nervousness, restlessness and irritability. Also helping calm those under severe stress. Magnesium is also very protective of the heart and arteries; again, this is important if you suffer from anxiety or panic attacks.
Magnesium-deficiency causes N-methyl-d-aspartate (NMDA) coupled calcium channels to be biased towards opening, causing neuronal injury and neurological dysfunction, which may appear to humans as major depression. Some scientists suggest that most cases of depression is a result of a Magnesium deficiency. Too much coffee, fizzy drinks, salt, or alcohol, as well as heavy menstrual periods, excessive sweating, and prolonged stress can also lower Magnesium levels.
Before you rush to the doctor to get the Insomnia medications you may want to look at Magnesium, it not only helps you fall asleep but it can also relaxes your muscles.
Magnesium is the anti-stress mineral and is known to alleviate stress. Magnesium is also known to cure severe forms of psychiatric dysfunctions including depression, anxiety and insomnia something we all need in these tough and stressful economic times.
Symptoms of Magnesium deficiency include paranoia, anger, apprehension, anxious behaviour, confusion, depression, hyperemotionality, insomnia, paranoia, nervousness and nervous fits to name a few.
Because Anxiety and Depression can be so debilitating, even life-threatening, it’s understandable that doctors feel strong measures are required to combat it, but these strong measures don’t always work. The alternative that many doctors are missing is the nutrient connection. Magnesium deficiency is a potential cause for every type of depression. Inadequate Magnesium appears to reduce serotonin levels and antidepressants have been shown to raise brain Magnesium. A 2008 study found that Magnesium was as effective as the tricyclic antidepressants in treating depression among people with diabetes.

An average diet usually supplies about 120mg of magnesium per 1,000 calories, resulting in an estimated daily intake of about 250mg.
The Daily Allowance (RDA) for Magnesium ranges between 240 mg to 420 mg. Most people benefit from 400mg -1000mg a day. Studies show that as much as 3 times this amount may be needed by the general population. A person’s need for Magnesium increases during pregnancy, recovery from surgery and illnesses, and athletic training.

Herbs that have the most Magnesium and are the healthiest for you include: Coriander Leaf, Dried Basil, Dried, Dried Dill, Liquorice, Nettle, Parsley, Peppermint leaves, Sage, Spearmint, Thyme and White Willow Bark.

Eat Magnesium rich food. Food rich in Magnesium is easy to find at your local grocery store. The top ten foods sources highest in Magnesium are :


2.Dark Leafy Greens such as Spinach (Vegetables are especially good if you are watching your weight because you can ingest a lot of magnesium for a relatively small number of calories).

3.Cashews, Brazil nuts, Peanuts etc

4.Cocoa / Dark Chocolate

5.Brown rice


7.Bran breakfast cereal

8.Baked Beans



Other food include : Bananas, Broccoli, Kidney Beans, Oatmeal, Potato, Raisins, Shredded Wheat and Wholemeal Bread.

Magnesium is easily absorbed through the skin. Epsom salt is scientifically known as Magnesium Sulfate (MgSO4). It is known for its high level of Magnesium. Even bathing in Epsom Salts will result in Magnesium levels rising in your body.

Although Magnesium is safe please be sure to check with your health care provider before taking Magnesium supplements.

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The Miracle Cures of Cinnamon


Many people know about Cinnamon but not many people know about the enormous power of Cinnamon. Just like Apple Cider Vinegar which cures so many every day ailments, Cinnamon should be an essential tool for healthy living.
Cinnamon is one of the most powerful antiviral and antibacterial spices on earth. Clinical tests show that it destroys 99.5% of all germs and viruses that it comes into contact with.
Aside from its use for cooking, many are unaware of its potential uses in warding off colds, flu, and viruses and in eliminating harmful microbes and germs from our environment.
It has a pleasant spicy scent that can be used to refresh potpourri, scent candles and soap or by adding to bath water for a relaxing soak. Try putting a teaspoon of Cinnamon into a small cup of water for use as a mouth rinse. Not only will it freshen your breath but it is also good for mouth and gum infections. When used in this way, do not swallow – just rinse and spit out.
Cinnamon oil can be made with a dilution of pure vegetable oil; may be applied, diluted, to soles of feet, chest, back and throat to prevent colds and flu or as a massage oil.
Cinnamon oil has an invigorating, uplifting effect and can help fight exhaustion and feelings of depression. Cinnamon oil calms the digestive system, helps with period pains and eases muscular and joint pain associated with rheumatism and arthritis

Athletes Foot – Cinnamon has strong anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties that can be used to help fight foot fungus and yeast from athletes foot. Add five teaspoons of Cinnamon to a small bowl with hot water and soak your feet for 15 minutes or longer.

Bad breath – It has been proven that bad breath can be fought by gargling with one teaspoon of Cinnamon powder in hot water every day.

Headaches and Migraine Pain – Cinnamon has been found to be an effective natural remedy for eliminating headaches and migraine relief. Add two teaspoons of powdered Cinnamon to your coffee or hot chocolate. Alternatively rub a mixture of Cinnamon and water onto your forehead.

Libido Stimulate – Cinnamon is said to be an aphrodisiac for many. Try aromatic or topical usage on a regular basis (lower abdomen may be okay but AVOID genitals!).

Mouthwash – Can also be diluted and used as a mouthwash, as cinnamon also has anti-septic properties.

Muscle Soreness – Cinnamon contains eugenol which makes it a pain reliever due to its prostaglandin E inhibiting action. Cinnamon oil, along with its many other properties, has been found to have anti-inflammatory properties as well. The oil greatly aids in relieving sore and tired muscles as well as helping to loosen up stiffness.

Stomach Bug/Pain – Sprinkling Cinnamon on your food before eating, can relieve gastrointestinal upsets – including intestinal gas. Cinnamon has also shown positive results in fighting off the bacteria that causes stomach ulcers.

Sore Throat – Drink or gargle Cinnamon and warm water, try this three times a day for fast results.

Weight Loss – Cinnamon can also help stablise blood sugar (which is great for weight loss). You can enjoy all the food you like, get healthier and lose unwanted pounds with a powerful and tasty new diet that’s rich in cinnamon. Adding cinnamon to your daily diet will help burn calories and it serves a general appetite suppressant.

Ideas for using Cinnamon in the kitchen
•Add cinnamon to homemade biscuit and cake mixture.
•Sprinkle cinnamon onto apple pie or crumble.
•Use cinnamon in a mulled wine.
•Flavour sweet bread dough with cinnamon.
•Make your own cinnamon ice cream or yoghurt.
•Add cinnamon to cereal.
•Sprinkle cinnamon onto hot chocolate, warm milk, smoothies and milkshakes.
•Add cinnamon to sweet rice, chopped fruit and nuts.
•Make a tea out of cinnamon sticks.
•Use cinnamon for hot beef curries and biriyanis.
•Add ground cinnamon to stewed apples, pears, prunes and apricots.
•Sprinkle cinnamon over fried bread dipped in beaten egg.
•Sprinkle sugar and cinnamon over freshly fried doughnuts.
•Add to rice pudding or other milk puddings and desserts.
•Use for marinades for lamb or beef.

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