Monthly Archives: March 2010

  1. EpiCor is a novel immune system enhancer

    What is EpiCor? EpiCor is a revolutionary product derived from baker’s yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae). It’s used to help modulate the Immune system through various mechanisms.

    EpiCor is an antioxident EpiCor is a potent Antioxidant that is rich in catechins, resveratrol as well as squalene which is normally found in sharks. In fact, the antioxidant activity of EpiCor is greater than that of blueberries. But before I get into the benefits of taking EpiCor, I would like discuss how it was discovered.

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  2. Reducing allergy misery

    Reducing allergy misery

    For those plagued by allergies, spring is a dreaded time and it appears that the number of those afflicted just keeps on getting higher. Yes, we can reach for our favourite over-the-counter remedies and deal with the symptoms and yes there are many dietary modifications one can make to alleviate suffering. But in order to have any success with the long-term management of Allergies or ideally resolving the issue one must understand what is going on in the body and the environment we have chosen to immerse ourselves in. Simply put, allergic symptoms are a hyper-sensitization to the environment by our Immune system

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  3. Body care ingredient labeling laws

    If you’re looking for a clean, safe, natural body care products the first thing you probably do is flip over the bottle and read the label. If you’ve always gone by the rule of thumb that if an ingredient has too many letters—or if you can’t pronounce it—then the ingredient is likely a nasty chemical, it might be time to change your approach to label reading strategy.

    Starting November 16, 2006, labels must now conform to the International Nomenclature for Cosmetic Ingredients (INCI.) INCI was developed over a period of more than 30 years and is the basis of the International Cosmetic Ingredient Dictionary and Handbook.
    The INCI system is based on Latin and is both multinational and multilingual. INCI is t

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  4. Get going! clues for constipation

    Most of us have been taught that it’s normal to have one bowel movement a day, and indeed it is for a culture that lives on highly processed food. In reality, one should have a bowel movement for every meal!
    If you’re having problems going, it could be the usual suspects such as a diet low in fiber, a lack of exercise, ignoring the urge to go, plus the many medications that are notorious for causing constipation.

    Here are some ways to feel better

    First of all, muscles need exercise. Bowel motility is influenced by smooth muscles under the c

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