Wednesday, July 19, 2006


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The Health Benefits of House Plants, Including the Top Nine Healthiest Plants! From reducing headaches, stress and colds to purifying your indoor air, houseplants are proven to be more than just attractive decorations. Learn all their amazing health benefits, and the nine houseplants that are healthiest for you.

17 New Substances Added to the Most Dangerous Cancer-Causers List:The Six Keys to Help You Prevent C Find out the 17 new substances that the U.S. government has added to its list of materials that cause cancer in humans, and then review the six keys to fighting cancer - including one that many who have only paid attention to mass media advice will find surprising.

Six Disease-Fighting Super Antioxidants You are Likely Not Getting Enough Of Free radicals degrade your cells and organs, leading to disease and premature aging. Antioxidants are absolutely key to defending your body from the devastation that free radicals can inflict. Discover six "super antioxidants" that provide the most powerful protection, including what each are particularly good at and where they are found? plus the 20 antioxidant-rich foods and one highly recommended supplement containing 4 of the most powerful antioxidants!

How to Relax (and Lower Your Cortisol Levels): A Golden Key to Your Health As meditation expert and columnist Mary Maddux explains, stress is a major contributor to many health issues? including the increase of cortisol in your body (which as you'll read you don't want!) Discover Mary's five simple tactics to help you relax, and her leading guide to "PURE Relaxation."

Stress Now Proven to Cause Weight Gain in Women: Five Key Stress-Reduction Tips With Mary Maddux's 'How to Relax" column above you'll discover five tactics to help you relax. In this important companion article you'll learn 12 warning symptoms related to stress, and then the five keys to help you manage stress in your life ? including the final one that most people rarely consider!

Do You Really Need a Multivitamin Supplement? The good news: many people like you are taking control of their health - in all six practical areas of real whole health. The bad news: many more people are still relying on "popping pills" - including supplements - as the core of their health regime. So is the most popular supplement of all, the multivitamin, worth it? Take the multivitamin quiz!

Why Do We Need to Sleep? The Latest Fascinating Theories on This Mystery Phenomenon We all know we need to sleep, and we all know how we feel when we don't get enough, but after many years and dollars invested in research, science still has no definitive answer on why we must get our zzzzzzs. Find out a few of the most compelling theories, and some basics on how to sleep better.

Smile! The Remarkable Personal Benefits of Smiling Learn why research says smiling is "like eating 2000 chocolate bars," how smiling is clinically proven to help you fight illness, and why another study found that the intensity of a woman's smile can predict her marital success! Get a few smiles from the three (clean!) jokes while you're at it. :)

Ellagic Acid: One of THE Most Potent Weapons Against Cancer & Other Disease! According to research ellagic acid is one of the most powerful antioxidants on the planet. Furthermore, it fights the H. pylori bacteria linked to stomach ulcers, protects the liver, can help reduce glucose levels, and may also fight heart disease and speed healing of wounds! Discover the delicious source of this natural miracle, and what you can do to ensure you are getting enough.

MSG: If it's Safe, Why do They Disguise it on Labels? Is MSG really safe? It's a crucial question, because monosodium glutamate is hidden in far more of the foods we eat than most people realize. The trick is, you rarely see it on the ingredient labels because it's disguised in these 35+ other ingredients. Learn why the government says it's safe but many others say "No Way!" and review this list of nearly 40 common foods that contain MSG.

Why is Liver Cancer on the Rise, and How Can You Prevent It? The American Cancer Society estimates that 17,550 new cases of primary liver cancer will be diagnosed during 2005. About 15,420 will die this year.

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