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Green Tea Benefits Go Skin Deep

Drinking tea is good for health but green tea in particular may offer benefits that literally go skin deep.
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6 Simple Tips On Boosting The Energy Levels

Regardless of whether you are doing any intense physical activity or not; every one of us wants to have optimal energy levels. Whether at the gym or working in office, no one wants to be dull, fatigue
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Cholesterol Alone Is Not Responsible For CAD

This article is about how the heart health in affected by varoius factors and cholesterol alone is not the only reason for diseases like CAD
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Supplements for Menopause Gaining Popularity

According to the American Menopause Society, women typically go through menopause between the ages of 40 and 58. Approximately 6,000 American women start going through menopause each day and there is
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A Wider Playing Field for the Sports Nutrition Sector

The sports nutrition supplement sector has entered the mainstream, opening avenues for supplement business owners to reach a wider consumer market
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Important Things to Know About Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty is a type of plastic surgery designed to reshape the nose. It can straighten it, reduce its tip, change the angle, reduce nostril flare, change the size, and even remove bumps.
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New Evidence Suggests a More Extensive Role for Multivitamins

For almost a century, scientists thought vitamins were micronutrients needed for maintaining general health and promoting growth.Today, evidence from research suggests that vitamins may play a more ex
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Emerging Evidence Suggests Higher Consumer Demand for Magnesium Supplements

Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body. There are 300 enzymes in the body that depend on an adequate supply of magnesium for their proper functioning and it is needed for important
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Ways to Maintain Healthy Testosterone Levels

Testosterone is the principal male sex hormone most commonly associated with vigor and vitality. But advancing age and lifestyle choices can upset this delicate hormonal balance.
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How To Get Back In The Gym

There is a better way to get in the gym, and it translates into using your head, not your muscles. Understand how diet can change your mental state and physical state to keep you from quitting.
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Richie Contartesi
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