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Guide to Vitamin D Deficiency

Guide to Vitamin D Deficiency

[ 0 ] July 17, 2014 |

The below article has been kindly offered by Laura Chapman of KwikMed, a freelance health writer. Although most of us meet our vitamin and mineral requirements without too much difficulty, there is one exception. Increasing numbers of us are developing a deficiency of vitamin D, with research estimating that more than 40% of Americans are […]

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Red hot Doritos: Why to avoid it

Red hot Doritos: Why to avoid it

[ 0 ] May 7, 2014 |

Doritos is a snack made of ground corn, vegetable oil and salt plus flavors and seasoning. In my view, only plain Doritos Toasted Corn is what you can eat without taking risk of being intoxicated. Consider this: Nacho Cheese’s flavor is made by addition of 31 more ingredients to the basic 3 of the Toasted […]

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Mac and Cheese, please!

Mac and Cheese, please!

[ 0 ] March 29, 2014 |

Perhaps millions of Americans have very fond memories of macaroni and cheese from their childhood. At the end of 18 century, the future president Thomas Jefferson fell in love with mac and cheese while visiting northern Italy so that he decided to start a manufacturing in America. After 1802 when Jefferson served his favorite “macaroni […]

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Mummified bologna of Bar-s Foods

Mummified bologna of Bar-s Foods

[ 0 ] March 8, 2014 |

It turns out the more popular brand is the more health damaging it can be. When once in a while I order a foot long sandwich at Subway, I never ask for American cheese. Perhaps not so many Americans know that the way American cheese is made makes it illegal to sell it in the […]

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Food for your pet: Hidden toxins to watch

Food for your pet: Hidden toxins to watch

[ 0 ] February 16, 2014 |

Although I never wrote about pet food, I read the ingredients and so I was very well aware of the chemical outrage affecting health and life of our lovely animals through the stuff they eat. Our pets do not read ingredients neither they do read reviews; you are the one who supposed to get informed […]

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Planters: Chemical secrets of the peanut mix

Planters: Chemical secrets of the peanut mix

[ 0 ] February 2, 2014 |

Everybody knows Planters, an American snack food offered to you by Kraft Foods. As many other seemingly healthy products, this one has its own chemical ingredients that have no place in your healthy diet. I personally have no reason to trust the one-eyed mascot – Mr. Peanut and Kraft Foods altogether. Instead, I do read […]

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Arsenic: What you should know

Arsenic: What you should know

[ 3 ] January 21, 2014 |

According to the Wikipedia, arsenic is a chemical element that occurs in many minerals, usually in conjunction with sulfur and metals, and also as a pure elemental crystal. It was first documented by Albertus Magnus in 1250. The main use of metallic arsenic is for strengthening alloys of copper and especially lead (for example, in […]

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Best foods for healthy skin

Best foods for healthy skin

[ 0 ] January 10, 2014 |

At Dye Diet we always welcome qualified contributors to express their opinions on any health and food topics of choice. Today we are happy to present you an article “Best foods for healthy skin” by one of our followers, Jayvee. Yes, what we eat is critical for any organ and every aspect of our life; […]

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Why magnesium is important

Why magnesium is important

[ 3 ] December 16, 2013 |

Magnesium is the fourth most abundant element in the Earth and it also plays an important physiological role in many life-supporting processes. Elemental magnesium is classified as alkaline earth metal which is chemically reactive enough to not to occur in nature: It reacts slowly with oxygen and water at ambient temperature. On heating in the […]

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Do we need antioxidant supplements?

Do we need antioxidant supplements?

[ 1 ] December 9, 2013 |

Quick answer is no, provided that you eat natural food and you are physically and mentally active. What we really need to be joyfully healthy is as simple as this: – Diversity of natural and minimally processed food – Pure water – Oxygen diluted with nitrogen (air) – Physical and intellectual work daily Everything we […]

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