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What Is Monolaurin?

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For the past 20 years, scientist have been researching possible applications of monolaurin in food preservation, medicine and sanitization. However, what makes this chemical so special, and what is it? Simply put, monolaurin is a chemical compound that is the result of glycerin and lauric acid, but more so, it …

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5 Health Benefits of Chamomile Tea

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Chamomile tea has been a natural remedy for centuries. The herb chamomile, with its daisy-like flowers, is related to the Asteraceae plant family. To make the tea, the flowers are dried and then infused into hot water. This tea is naturally caffeine-free, and a great alternative to green or black …

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Organ Meats and Their Nutritional Value

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Experts will tell you that you need to eat kale, berries and sweet potatoes since these are described as the super foods. All the same, did you know that offal is another type of super food, well of sorts. That means that the hearts, brains, tongue and kidneys, are seen …

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Yummy Cookies That’s Great For Post Gym

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You know, there is an alternative to those protein smoothies after your training session. In fact, this option is a healthy, high protein meal – it is a cookie. Confused? Why eat a sugar and carb loaded treat just after you spent an hour trying to work off those extra …

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How Much Protein Is Enough Protein?

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Meegan Hefford’s, a 25 year old mother of two in Australia, death certificate states “intake of bodybuilding supplements” as a reason why she passed away. Meegan was a build builder that that consumed protein supplements, but her death highlighted the danger of taking too much protein in your diet. Days …

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Make Your Own Healing Fish Bone Broth

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You must have heard of bone broth, and its apparent healing powers. However, bone broths have been around for thousands of years. It has been used to strengthen the blood and support the kidneys, but also to help many other ailments that can affect your skin, gut and body. Still, …

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