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Home Remedies For Bloating

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Bloating is a condition in which your tummy feels bothered due to formulation of excessive gas. Insalubrious food and unhealthy lifestyle are the major causes of bloating. Other causes include constipation, carbonated drinks, improper chewing of food, food intolerance, irritable bowel syndrome, eating too much food at a time, obesity, ...

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Chocolate Muffins

Is the recipe for huge chocolate muffins with a surprise chocolate sauce filling – you know the kind you can buy in coffee shops and bakery chains up and down the country.  They are twice the size of your average cupcake but take some beating.

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Foods for Perfect Skin

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The skin is the window to the entire body.Many of the nutrients and “good” fats we eat as part of a healthy diet enhance the skin’s elasticity and help create the appealing glow of healthy skin. Eat well and avoid foods high in saturated fat, and you’ll see how it ...

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The Benefits Of Green Tea

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he many well-researched health benefits of green tea make it a great beverage to include in your diet for the prevention and treatment of cancer, heart problems, cardiovascular diseases, high cholesterol levels, rheumatoid arthritis, infection, tooth decay, and many others. Green tea contains an antioxidant called epigallocatechin-3 gallate (EGCG) which ...

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Soup in a Weight Loss Diet

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Watery foods, such as soups, can help you lose weight because of their low calorie density, or relatively low number of calories compared to their serving size. Individuals who eat clear or broth-based soups may have a better chance at controlling their weight.  

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Namoura Cake

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 This is a traditional dessert, easy and yummy. Dense cake/bars with Middle Eastern flavors like rose water and orange blossom water. Good for every occasion, great after a meal, or with tea or coffee.

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The gluten-free diet

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Gluten is a protein found in many grains, including wheat, rye and barley. It’s found in most breads, cereals, pastas and many processed foods. People who have a condition called celiac disease develop an immune reaction to gluten that damages the intestine, and so they need to avoid the protein. ...

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