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After years' of over medicating and treating symptoms of illnesses rather than the root of the problem, individuals are beginning to pay more attention to ...

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Originating from Barbados, Grapefruit is a tropical, citrus hybrid-fruit known for its bitter-sweet to sour taste. It is a cross between the sweet orange and ...

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Elderberry, a flowering plant of the Adoxaceae family (from the European elder tree), consists of dark, purple tart berries which must be cooked before eating. ...

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One of the most effective fat burning workouts, you will have seen them performed by military personnel, (it has been used by the US military since the early ...

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Beans or the legume family comprise of beans, peas and lentils, which are considered to be some of the most versatile and nutritious foods available. They are ...

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Christmas, for all its blessings, often actually ends up the most unhealthy time of year for many people. First, the chocolate liqueurs and shortbread, ...

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Nothing builds the glutes quite like the barbell hip thrust, yet, while it is a staple in most gym programmes designed for women, it remains an unusual sight ...

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Lunges are a tremendously worthwhile exercise. Effectively giving each leg a targetted amount of stimulation and stress, this exercise will develop your ...

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Autumn-winter is here again and so are the round, orange, ribbed fruit famously associated with it. Yes, according to science pumpkins are a fruit, and not a ...

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Cactus fruit, also known as the ‘prickly pear’, is a fruit belonging to the cactus family. These fruits are native to the Southwestern regions of North America ...

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Lotus seeds or lotus nuts come from the Nelumbo nucifera, a herbaceous perennial species of plant. They are also known as 'makhana' in India. Lotus flowers, ...

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Lovage or Levisticum officinale is a herb native to the Mediterranean region of southern Europe. Lovage has an ancient history. It was introduced into Britain ...

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Mugwort is the cousin of Wormwood and St John's Wort. In medieval times people used mugwort to make a beer called "gruit" and the beer was drunk from a mug and ...

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Wheatgrass is a type of grass that looks like the grass growing in your back yard, but it’s not. Actually, wheatgrass comes from the wheat plant and is also ...

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Do you eat the banana skin (or peel) or only the banana itself? To be honest, I never used to eat the peel before – it didn’t really um...“appeel” to me. ...

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