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Introduction Pomegranate, or Punica granatum, has been used for many years as a food and medicinal agent in Asia and South America.  In the United States, it is typically made into a juice, or the seeds are consumed as a food. One pomegranate fruit contains about 40% of an adult’s recommended daily requirement of vitamin C ..
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A vitamin E supplement significantly increased the incidence of prostate cancer in healthy men, according to a report published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. The findings are from an updated analysis from the Selenium and Vitamin E Cancer Prevention Trial (SELECT)—a study of more than 35,000 relatively healthy men aged 50 or older. SELECT was funded ..
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by SCOTT HENSLEY 04:26 pm July 26, 2011 Even papayas can spread salmonellla, it turns out. There’s a recall of papayas from Mexico after testing by the Food and Drug Administration found samples from Agromod Produce had the same strain of bacteria seen in outbreaks of salmonella affecting 97 people in 23 states. McAllen, Texas-based Agromod Producedistributes four papaya ..
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Sep 2, 2011 | By Kimberly Riggins The liver is an important organ, performing hundreds of vital functions, including breaking down and eliminating harmful toxins from the body that arise from certain chemicals and substances. Overusing prescription medications, supplements and even herbal remedies can overtax the liver and cause serious inflammation and damage known as ..
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Cinnamon – Health Benefits Cinnamon In the ancient world, cinnamon was more precious than gold and was regarded as a gift fit for monarchs. In fact, Pliny the Elder in the first century AD valued cinnamon at 15 times the value of silver. Nero, emperor of Rome in the first century AD, burned 12 months supply of ..
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Is High Fructose Corn Syrup Worse Than Sugar? By Laura Dolson, About.com Guide Updated October 09, 2008 About.com Health’s Disease and Condition content is reviewed by our Medical Review Board Sodas are Usually Sweetened with High Fructose Corn SyrupPhoto: Scott Olson/Getty Images What is fructose? Fructose is a monosaccharide (simple sugar), which the body can use for energy. ..
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Honey is produced as food by the honeybees to sustain them during the winter months. The bees take nectar from flowers, take it to the hive, and, by concentrating it, make honey. It is stored within the hive on structures called combs. The flavour, aroma and colour of honey differ depending on the flowers from ..
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The scent of Cinnamon has a long tradition of lore regarding its use as an aphrodisiac. Our first indication that Cinnamon fragrance may have some aphrodisiac quality, comes from the book of Proverbs in the Bible, where together with myrrh and aloe, it was used to “perfume the lovers’ bed”. Yet this is not the ..
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Cinnamon Cinnamon is native to Sri Lanka and South India. Men simply love this scent. Cinnamon is considered to be a aphrodisiac. It is similar to our own sexual secretion or pheromones. I read that just a drop of Cinnamon oil rubbed onto your genitals produces powerful sex stimulation (this may not be safe). Not ..
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Discover the expert in you. How to Buy Cinnamon By Alex Smith, eHow Contributor Cinnamon is a spice cultivated from strips of inner bark from the cinnamon tree. It is an incredibly popular spice, used in dishes around the world. If your only experience in buying cinnamon is grabbing a tin from the grocery store, ..
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The Peoples Chemist.com January  28,2011 This is a view  that is presented but it is interesting to know these views of this  Author – editor     The dietary supplement industry should be regulated. While the Chicken Little’s of “alternative medicine” are warning that regulation would cause the supplement “sky to fall,” I say they’re ..
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