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Scientists Officially Link Processed Foods To Autoimmune Disease

  MysticMedicine.   The modern diet of processed foods, takeaways and microwave meals could be to blame for a sharp increase in autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis, including alopecia, asthma and eczema. A team of scientists from Yale University in the U.S and the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, in Germany, …

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Pass the Butter, Please

      Having Worked at Unilevers Premier Margarine Factory in the UK for 1 Year, as a Management Trainee, and then in Sri Lanka Managing Margarine Manufacture, I can safely admit that what you are about to read is true !! Pass The Butter … Please.        This …

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Drink THIS First Thing in the Morning:

  This daily trick can help you detoxify, improve your digestion and boost your metabolism & energy levels by Mike Geary – Certified Nutrition Specialist You’re bombarded with toxins in today’s modern world… everywhere from the polluted air you breathe, the water you drink, the shampoos and other cosmetics that …

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Do we juice the goodness out of fruit?

By Daniel Davey INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPERS With juices, there are certainly healthy options that you can prepare yourself, or buy freshly made at a juice bar. Dublin – Having a glass of OJ or any kind of juice in the morning has long been a breakfast tradition. For many people, their …

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Over-Indulgence and Undernourishment

    Tips for healthy eating habits by Khaleej Times Source: khaleejtimes.com As the UAE unites with the rest of the Muslim world in celebrating Ramadan, eating habits of people, typically undergo a drastic change to accommodate fasting during the holy month. Therefore, it becomes a challenge to maintain energy …

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“Super Foods”…for Ramadaan

  By Umme Faatimah (B.Dietetics Univ. of Pretoria) eislam The modern world has swept us off our feet in so many ways… our dressing, our lifestyles and most noticeably our eating habits. We have so casually adapted the western culture of unhealthy eating, moving further and further away from the …

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Cheating ourselves of sleep

by Jane E. Brody Source: http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/ Think you do just fine on five or six hours of shut-eye? Chances are, you are among the many millions who unwittingly shortchange themselves on sleep. Research shows that most people require seven or eight hours of sleep to function optimally. Failing to get …

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Keeping Kidneys in Good Health

    Keeping Kidneys in Good Health: Are You Aware of What it Takes? By Fatmah Azam         UNLESS you are extremely conscious of your water intake and measure how much water you are drinking in a day with that two-litre water bottle of yours, try answering …

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Masturbation Harms

Dr. Sayeed Ahmad D. I. Hom. (London) Masturbation is the process of bringing about a voluntary excitement of the sexual centers following generally by the discharge of semen, through some method other than normal sexual intercourse. In other words, “Masturbation” means ejaculation of semen by hand. There are various devices …

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Masturbation

There are serious harms resulting for masturbation both from a physical point of view and a spiritual point of view. A person can become addicted to masturbation to such an extent that it effects his/her future sex life. Masturbation is also a sin causes feelings of guilt and depression in …

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