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Quick and Tasty Summer Recipes

Enjoy quick and tasty Summer recipes like Cajun Shrimp and Rice, Cucumber and Tomato Tangy Yogurt Salad and Watermelon Sorbet. (Quick Recipes, Summer Recipes, Salad Recipes)

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Lupus – Alternative Therapies that Work

Natural cures may go a long way towards helping people who are in need of medical care alleviate, or even eliminate, their symptoms.Here are some of the natural remedies lupus sufferers have found beneficial. (Lupus, Muscle Weakness, Fatigue)

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The Probiotic Revolution

An estimated 30 million Americans experience lactose intolerance. The digestive enzyme, lactase, needed to digest lactose is either not in their gastrointestinal tract or simply not functioning as well as it should. Symptoms include bloating, gas, stomach cramps, diarrhea and other intestinal…

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Curcumin, Boswellia, Holy Basil

Fortunately there are effective alternative treatments for arthritis pain that have minimal side effects. For example, consider herbs from India’s ancient Ayurvedic tradition such as curcumin, boswellia and holy basil. All of these have powerful anti-inflammatory properties as well as other health…

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dl-Phenylalanine and Pain Relief

Phenylalanine is a readily available nutritional amino acid that may be obtained from various sources including vitamin and health food stores. This article discusses its use to block pain that may not be relieved by commercially offered medications. (Endorphins, Endogenous Analgesia System,…

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dl-Phenylalanine (DLPA)

The current theory is that DLPA prevents the breakdown of one of the brain’s natural pain-killing substances, enkephalins, which are in the same family as endorphins. (Chronic Pain, Improved Mood)

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Ginger Better than Drugs for Pain?

New research in the Journal of Pain reports that ginger is an effective natural anti-inflammatory that helps reduce pain and inflammation. (Arthritis, Stiffness, NSAIDs)

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Chronic Pain Linked to Low Vitamin D

“Physicians who care for patients with chronic, diffuse pain that seems musculoskeletal – and involves many areas of tenderness to palpation – should strongly consider checking vitamin-D level,” Michael Turner, MD, from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, said in a news release issued…

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