Joseph Critianos book My Body Gods Temple will help you implement a plan that help you start walking in victory when it comes to getting your body healthy.
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Carrots arent the only sight-saving vegetable out there. Certain reds, yellows and greens will do the trick as well.
Here are a few things to consider when choosing products for your nutritional needs.
The move aims to allow greater efficiency without jeopardizing safety for the Medicare programs elderly and disabled beneficiaries.
Johnson & Johnsons Doxil could help to save the lives of many cancer patients.
The body is smart. It body sacrifices comfort in the short term to prevent long-term disease or damage.
Read about how these spiritual methods can help you remove the roots of stress.
Heart disease is Americas No. 1 killer, yet its roots are far more spiritual than most think
A British study has determined that a significant percentage of vegetarians are less likely to die from heart disease than meat eaters.
The school nutrition overhaul seeks to make a dent in the nations obesity epidemic.
A nutrition researcher at a Massachusetts hospital says that people who eat later in the day have extra food in their stomachs when they go to bed and it could end up stored as fat.
A study has revealed that myo-inositol may help lower the number of cases of gestational diabetes, prevalent in overweight pregnant women.
Pure water is the best substance individuals can put into their bodies to maintain good health.
The dummy pills were discovered to be as good as most drugs for preventing migraines in children and teens.
Fasting provides many health benefits for your body, mind and spirit.
Consumers from five states were hospitalized after reportedly eating a raw ground-beef dish at a Midwest-based restaurant.
In an excerpt from his book The Bible Cure for Stress, Don Colbert, M.D., reveals several things you can do to relax your body.
Is excess weight threatening your life? You can overcome it because you are Gods masterpiece.
The best-selling author explains that if you are unhappy with your present outward condition, whatever it may be, reflects a deeper inner turmoil.
A report from Australia reveals that people who drive to work gained an average of four pounds over four years, more than those who ride trains, buses or bikes.