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Supercharge Your Body With These 7 Superfoods

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Supercharge Your Body With These 7 Superfoods

BerriesBerries are filled with antioxidants that fight oxidative stress caused by free radicals that can lead to illness. Blueberries, strawberries and goji berries are all great for skin and hair health.
 Coconut OilThe internal and external benefits from this superfood are plentiful. Coconut oil is an antioxidant with anti-microbial, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties, and is a natural repellant to most things that will harm your immune system. In addition to its health benefits, coconut oil can also strengthen your hair, skin, and nails.SalmonSalmon (wild salmon in particular) is probably the world’s most heart-healthy source of protein. It is rich in...

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Ensure A Balanced New Year With These Healthy Habits

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Ensure A Balanced New Year With These Healthy Habits

  1. Start afresh each day  2. Keep healthy snacks at home and at work  3. Stop being hard on yourself   4. Take care of your clothing and possessions  5. Eat whole foods whenever possible  6. Cut down on your sugar intake  7. Consolidate and pay off debt ASAP  8. Don't overdo your alcohol consumption  9. Use SPF daily and always wear a hat in the sun 10. Stand up for yourself 11. Don't skimp on sleep 12. Make your home a place you want to be 13. Count to 10 when you are angry 14. Make stress management...

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Boost Your Beauty Sleep

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Boost Your Beauty Sleep

Silk has been a scientific curiosity for centuries and now a new insight into its properties has surfaced. Silk seracin, a natural protein refined from the silk glands and pods of the silkworm has a long history of being discarded as waste during silk processing and has only recently begun to be recovered for other uses, reducing the environmental impact of silk manufacture. The pierced cocoons and 'wastesilk' generated in silk manufacture, or sericulture, account for nearly 30 percent of total cocoon production, so being able to harness the rearing and thread waste of silk for coarse yarn and other...

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