The Importance of Vitamin B12

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The Importance of Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 is one of the b vitamins that are essential to maintain a healthy body. Otherwise known as Cobalamin, Vitamin B12 is needed for the processes needed to convert the carbohydrates, fats, and proteins from food into energy. More importantly, it helps keep the red blood cells healthy and therefore prevents heart disease, as well as keeps the immune system functioning at its maximum level. In addition, Vitamin B12 is used to create the protective covering of all the nerve cells in the body. 

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Natural Vitamin Sources

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Natural Vitamin Sources

There are a lot of people who do not have enough natural vitamin sources in their diet and therefore suffer from a deficiency of one or more vitamins. Obviously, it is possible to buy vitamin supplements to help overcome any deficiencies, but for the majority of people, it should be possible for them to obtain the majority of their recommended daily allowance of vitamins from natural vitamin sources. The key to gaining the correct amount of vitamins from natural vitamin sources is to eat a healthy and balanced diet.

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Organic skin care

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Organic skin care

“If it can be done naturally, why go for artificial means” – this is the basic premise on which organic skin care works. Organic skin care is the most natural way of skin care. In fact, it was probably the first one to be used by man when it first woke up to the needs of his skin. Organic skin care is not only friendlier to the skin, but also inexpensive. If exercised in the right way, it can prevent the occurrence of a lot of skin disorders and can help keep your skin become healthy and young-looking for a much longer time. Organic fruits and vegetables are the most popular things on organic skin care routines. Cucumber is very common ingredient in this routines Turmeric, apple, papaya, and ginger are others that find a wide use in organic skin care routines. They have a very refreshing and vitalizing effect on your skin. Almost every skin care book/guide has a section on organic skin care (including the actions of various fruits and vegetables on skin). So choose the ones that are more suitable for your skin type and start experimenting with them until you finally select the ones that are most suitable for your skin care routine. It’s important that you use fresh organic fruits/vegetables. Don’t try to utilize the rotten ones for your skin; their only place is the garbage bin.

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Age Defying Water, Health, And Your Body

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Age Defying Water, Health, And Your Body

We love to talk about the natural remedies that can help heal your ailments and even prevent some of the ailments that are here today. We believe in living by the seven principles of health, eating well, and taking care of yourself. That way you can really enjoy a healthy lifestyle, maintain a youthful state, and just have fun. We’ve had some really great conversations with several experts over the past weeks, so now we’re going to get back to some basics. And that is, to dwell on some of the basic principles of health and really focus on some of those aspects which can really keep you healthy and happy. Today’s topic is very important: WATER. It too is one of the Seven Principles Of Health. Just reminding everybody about those, they are: Whole Foods Water Air Sunshine Exercise and Movement Regeneration/Rest Relationships Passion Now, these things all make up principles that you’d have to live by to have a healthy and happy lifestyle. If you remove one of these aspects, everything will go out of place.

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How Whole Foods Affect You

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How Whole Foods Affect You

Someone once said to me that if I eat a whole pie, that means I’m eating a whole food. This article will be exactly about our health topic, natural remedies for life, and eating whole foods as well as the principles for life. Just because you might eat half a pie or a whole pie does not mean that you’re eating a whole food. In fact, this article is all about whole foods. It has nothing to do with processed foods. If you look at the meaning of whole food, it is actually unprocessed, unrefined, and in fact, can be eaten raw. It is pure and there is nothing added to it. That’s the beauty of a whole food. It is indeed, pure. Just the way it was made in the first place. That’s why when you say whole foods you can indeed eat most of them raw. Now whilst this is not an article on raw foods or a raw food diet, it does go hand in hand. In fact, you can eat whole foods raw and you can cook them as well. They are meant for your body, for nutrition, rejuvenation, cleansing, and healing. This is not exactly rocket science, but we have actually researched on whole foods and we found out that they can actually enrich your lifestyle and even reduce the risk of cancer. Surprise, surprise! Well, it goes without saying that whole foods are exactly that. They are meant for your body and meant to heal as well. In reference to any health study that the people of long ago might have done, the whole food diet has been around for thousands of years and mankind has lived very well on whole foods. It’s only in the last 100 to maybe 50 years that we have really sort of polluted ourselves with refined and processed foods with excess sugar, alcohol, meats, chemicals, and additives to them. They were not there over 100 years ago. There’s an old saying that if my grandmother would eat something just like it is, then it is probably good for you. That saying is going out of fashion because you see a lot of people nowadays opting to have some sort of processed food or convenience food, and because it’s convenient, it means it’s pre-packaged usually, or a frozen meal which has to have come from some sort of processing. Obviously it’s not the same as a whole food. As you can see it is very important to get this right and understand the principles behind whole foods. When you look at the original creation, if you could put it that way, we were fed with certain foods. What was available to us at the time was certainly whole food. If you look at fruits and vegetables, nuts, seeds, oils, grains, some eggs, milk, honey, spices and herbs, beans, and legumes, all of those things are whole foods. In fact, you can eat all of these raw. These are actually …

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