Tag Archives: nature

10 Tips For Burning Calories

May 12, 2011

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10 Tips For Burning Calories 1. Move more. The most effective method for speeding up the metabolism is the movement. Not only has the effect heavy workout. Suffice it to avoid prolonged sitting, which slows metabolism. Climb stairs, walk the dog …. 2. Accumulate muscle mass. The greater your muscle mass is, the more energy burned without even moving. Muscles burn more calories [...]

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The Best Herbal Teas

April 27, 2011

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Herbal teas offer a variety of tastes and healing properties. When steeping herbal tea, a cover should be placed over the pot or cup until it is ready to drink. Here are some of the most popular herbal teas. 1) Detox Tea A blend of detox herbs including milk thistle, sarsparilla root, dandelion root, echinacea, [...]

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Toxins Stored By Your Body

April 27, 2011

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Feeling tired and sluggish? Haven’t been treating your body as well as you might have? Looking for the perfect detox recipe? Look no further. Here at Detox Recipe, we are dedicated to bringing you the widest variety of information and wisdom about all kinds of detox ideas available anywhere, to get you the detox cleanse you [...]

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Tips For Sticking To Your Diet When Eating Out

April 20, 2011

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  There can be many temptations that make it difficult to maintain a strict diet plan and eating out is perhaps the worst. The amount and variety of delicious foods on offer when we go to a restaurant can make even an individual with strong will power forget all about their diet! Luckily, there are [...]

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Five Simple Substitutes that Lead to a Healthier Diet

April 20, 2011

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Eating right is often easier said than done. You like what you like, so breaking old eating habits is never easy. That’s why sometimes it can be easier to slightly modify your diet instead of giving it a complete overhaul. The good news is subbing in healthier substitutes doesn’t have to make your food taste [...]

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Is A Low Fat Diet Right For You?

April 20, 2011

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Is a low fat diet right for you? If this question has crossed your mind, it might be a good idea to consider some of the reasons that people decide to go on a low fat diet. If you can identify with any of these reasons, then it just might be the diet for you. [...]

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Finding the Beauty Within While Dieting

April 20, 2011

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There seems to be one universal truth when it comes to dieting. No one really enjoys the process though we all eagerly await and anticipate the results. The problem is that far too many men and women around the world focus so much on dieting and perfecting their external beauty that they forget the beautiful [...]

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Dandelions – herbs

April 20, 2011

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The Dandelion is an herbaceous plant that really is much more than just a nuisance in your yard. For all purposes, the Dandelion leaves are at their best just as they emerge from the ground and they are very distinct as nothing really resembles this at all. Depending on when you harvest the Dandelion leaves [...]

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Cloves – herbs

April 20, 2011

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Cloves are definitely one of the most distinct herbs around but ironically enough, cloves have been around forever and are not finished doing business just yet. Usually if you can not get your hands on some cloves, Allspice can be a substitute. Cloves have some preservative properties to them but they work well as an [...]

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Cilantro – herbs

April 20, 2011

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  Cilantro is a very fast growing herb which can be grown just about anywhere. It is a relative of the carrot family and is sometimes called Chinese parsley and Coriander. Cilantro actually is the leaves and stems of the Coriander plant. It has a very strong unique odor and is relied on heavily for [...]

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Chamomile – herbs

April 20, 2011

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Chamomile is an herb that has been used for thousands of years for many ailments including gas, diarrhea, stomach upset, sleeplessness, and anxiety. It can also be used topically for certain skin lesions. The Chamomile plant has flowering tops and these are what are used for making tea and other herbal remedies that include Chamomile. [...]

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Catnip – herbs

April 20, 2011

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“Catnip” is the common name for a perennial herb of the mint family. Catnip is native to Europe and is imported into the United States. In North America it is a common widespread weed. Catnip is most popular with cats and the reaction that it causes in them when they receive some dried nip from [...]

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