Tag Archive: Health

What Your Poop Says About You

What Does Your Poop Say About Your Health? This may sound like a joke, but you can actually learn a lot about your health from your daily poo. Poop is one of those subjects not many people talk about, many people avoid the subject at all costs. But here’s the thing… we all poop! It’s …

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20 surprising uses for turmeric

20 surprising uses for turmeric Turmeric is an incredible anti-inflammatory herb that, unfortunately, we don’t get enough of. While you might be adding the occasional dash of turmeric to your cooking, you probably aren’t getting much of it. Turmeric is known to be one of the most powerful healing herbs. It is great for bones and …

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10 Warning Signs that You Might Have High Blood Sugar

10 Warning Signs that You Might Have High Blood Sugar Unless you have diabetes, chances are you rarely, if ever, check your blood sugar. Even if you don’t have diabetes or lack a family history of diabetes, you should care about your diet and blood sugar. A high blood sugar causes health problems, and it …

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11 Health Warnings Your Fingernails May Be Showing You

11 Health Warnings Your Fingernails May Be Showing You  Fingernail can tell us a lot about our health, the texture and color can reflect a variety of health conditions. Investigate your fingernails on a regular basis and you may see unobtrusive varieties in the color or texture – a touch of white here, a blushing tint …

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Health Warnings your Tongue May Be Telling You

Health Warnings your Tongue May Be Telling You Your Tongue and disease don’t go together in most minds… but they should. Your Tongue can give you valuable health warnings and signal the presence of many disease. Just take a good long look at your Tongue . Our Tongues are something we may not pay much attention …

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How To Harvest Dandelions And Use Them

How To Harvest Dandelions And Use Them All parts of the dandelion are edible and have medicinal and culinary uses. It has long been used as a liver tonic and diuretic. In addition, the roots contain inulin and levulin, starchlike substances that may help balance blood sugar, as well as bitter taraxacin, which stimulates digestion.Dandelion …

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