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5 Secrets of Chinese medicine

When it's cold outside we drop zest and enthusiasm, mainly because of a lack of energy.

Garlic, the oldest antibiotic

Science says that the most powerful plant is garlic.

Healthy cherry

Cherry is rich in vitamins A, C, and slightly smaller amounts, and vitamins B1, B2, B3 and B6.

10 health benefits of Aronia berry

The Aronia berry or otherwise chokeberry is native fruit from North America.


Garlic is known as the most useful natural remedies of all time. Superior health benefits of this plant are challenging modern medicine

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Tomatoes and broccoli for greater fertility

Foods full of antioxidants that can preserve the quality of the male sex cells. Intake of vitamins C, E, zinc and folate helps to be healthy sperm.

Middle aged and older men who consume enough of the nutrient antioxidants, eating foods such as broccoli and tomatoes, have better quality sperm than those who do not get enough antioxidants.
Experts of California Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory conducted a study on 80 male smokers, aged 22-80 years, who completed a questionnaire about their diet and the potential use of dietary supplements and gave a sperm sample, reports Reuters.

Among those 45 and older, who have entered the most vitamin C, it was 20 percent less damage to sperm DNA, but among respondents who have at least entered the vitamin. The recommended daily intake of vitamin C is 90 mg.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Benefits of ginger tea

Due to the positive effects on health, Ginger is a common ingredient in a variety of dishes and drinks. Experts recommend that ginger root tea, which is rich in minerals and vitamins, consumes daily and thus reduce the level of accumulated stress in the body.

If you have the stomach "howling with worry," the key to your problem may be just ginger.
Stomach acid is essential for digestion and when we are under stress, this process can be broken.
Elis Macintosh nutritionist claims that ginger can stimulate digestive secretions.

"Warm water combined with lemon and cut ginger is a great way to encourage digestion. Ginger is full Gingerol antioxidant that helps to remove harmful chemicals produced by our body when we are worried, and ginger helps to reduce the psychological stress," says Macintosh.

Monday, October 1, 2012

For centuries, tea is considered the healthiest beverage for the organism. And that is exactly true if you drink tea made from a special plant, Camellia sinensis, which includes only four types of tea: green, black, white, and Chinese.

It is recommended that you drink tea everyday, but chilled as hot can have negative health consequences, and even cause throat cancer, according to The Times.

Here's why the tea is beneficial for our health:

First It helps us to be more durable during exercise. Scientists have found that the powerful antioxidants catechins in green tea extract increases the burning of fat.

Second Reduces the risk of heart attack
Also, regular consumption of this tea protects the body against cardiovascular and degenerative diseases.

Friday, September 21, 2012

Rodiola: natural antidepressant

If you're stressed, missing you energy and I feel sad and exhausted, ask for a plant that is a natural antidepressant.

Botanischer Garten TU Darmstadt
- Antioxidant effect
- Anticancer effect;
- Increases the bioelectrical activity of the brain
- Prevents cardiac arrhythmias;
- Stimulates thyroid function;
- Supports the creation of muscle
- Enhances the functions of sex glands
- Increases serotonin level
- Relieves emotional stress
- Recovers from physical exertion
- Increases physical work capacity

Thursday, September 20, 2012

The best foods for healthy bones

Olive oil is probably best known for its, heart-beneficial effects, but unsaturated fats protect against breast cancer, improve brain activity and make the hair, skin and nails nicer.

As if all this was not enough, the latest research suggests that olive oil strengthens bones, writes on page A team of Spanish researchers examined 127 men aged 55 to 80 years. Those who ate a Mediterranean diet enriched with olive oil, showed a high level of osteocalcin in the blood, known markers of healthy bones, were transmitted to "The Independent reports."

"Entering olive oil is associated with the prevention of osteoporosis in experimental models and in vitro," said lead study author Dr. Jose Manuel Fernendes-Real and continued: "This is the first study to demonstrate that randomly olive oil keeps the bones and the blood markers ".

Earlier studies have shown that olive oil helps prevent osteoporosis because the disease affects the small Mediterranean country as opposed to the rest of Europe.

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