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What colour is your urine?

What colour is your urine? Ever pay attention to your pee? You should and I going to share with you why you should. Urine is 95 percent water and five percent urea, uric acid, minerals, salts, enzymes, and various substances. Normal urine is clear and has a straw...

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Keys Benefits of Vitamin D

Keys Benefits of Vitamin D It’s a fat-soluble vitamin, meaning when you take it internally it needs fat to be absorbed through the intestinal wall.  The UV rays from the sun act on the oils of your skin to produce the vitamin which is then absorbed into the body. This...

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Get off your Arse and Start Walking!

Get off your Arse and Start Walking! Walking.  It’s so beneficial physically and mentally.  And so easy to do, you can’t say no. You don’t need any fancy equipment and you can do it in any type of weather.  So no excuses here. Here are just some of the amazing...

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Guest Post: When Shame Swallows you Whole

Guest Post: When Shame Swallows you Whole by Dawn Serra Here are snippets from Dawn’s blog article on shame. I highly recommend you read the entire article on her website.   Want to know something bizarre about me? Vulnerability is a space that I’ve come to...

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Laugh Until Your Belly Hurts

Laugh Until Your Belly Hurts They say laughter is the best medicine.  I don’t know who ‘they’ is but I would agree with them.  And here’s why. It boosts your immune system Our immune system has T-cells. These T-cells once activated help fight infection from cold, flus...

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20 Uses for Coconut Oil

20 Uses for Coconut Oil Coconut oil is an incredible oil that you can use to benefit your health and body inside and out.  Coconut oil is naturally anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, anti-microbial and anti-parasitic.  While there are many uses for coconut oil, here are...

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3 Benefits of the Herb Sorrel

3 Benefits of the Herb Sorrel It was held in high esteem by Henry VIII, Roman soldiers sucked on the leaves to quench their thirst and Thomas Jefferson attempted to grow it in his garden.  Sorrel, native to North America, Europe and Asia means “sour” in French and...

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5 Heart Healthy Foods

5 Heart Healthy Foods When it comes to eating for good health, choosing foods for heart health should be at the top of your list. The heart is the organ that literally keeps us going – delivering nutrients, oxygen and disease fighters throughout the body. According to...

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