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Benefits of Chamomile Tea

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The benefits of chamomile tea have been studied by man for centuries. In the Middle Ages, when it was first used as a tea, it was often drunk with bread or pastry. It is believed that during the medieval times women who used this tea would become more fertile because of the estrogenic substances found in it. It was also believed to help with blood circulation and headaches.   What are the health benefits of chamomile tea? Studies have shown that it has certain anti inflammatory properties, has an anti-cancerous effect, has an antispasmodic effect, has an antibacterial effect and...

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Vitamin D Deficiency

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Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that is produced by our body in response to low blood levels of vitamin D. Vitamin D deficiency can occur when the skin cannot produce vitamin D from the sun or when exposed to very low temperatures or very bright light. Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin. It is produced by the body when vitamin D levels drop. Vitamin D deficiency is when the skin is unable to produce vitamin D from sunlight or is exposed to very low temperatures and bright light. Vitamin D deficiency can lead to osteoporosis, an increasing disease risk....

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How To Stimulate Collagen Production In Skin

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 The Secret Behind Younger Looking Skin How to stimulate collagen production in the skin is a question that has occupied the minds of medical researchers for quite some time. Proven results are available as early as 100 years ago but only recently have science and skin care manufacturers been able to duplicate them using the latest skin rejuvenation technologies. The process works by encouraging more collagen and elastin to grow. Both are produced by our bodies naturally, but as we get older or the body cannot produce enough of them, lines, and wrinkles begin to form. The new fad is...

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