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22 Jan 2018
Belly fat is a total nuisance, we all agree on that. It not only makes your clothes feel tight and uncomfortable, it can also be very harmful. It doesn’t matter if you look slim, people with excess visceral fat are at an increased risk of metabolic disease, type 2 diabetes or heart disease. Here are…
20 Jan 2018
Folate is a member of the vitamin B group. In its natural form, it can be derived from some foods that we eat. But the synthetic form is folic acid, which we take as a supplement to our diets. Folate is important to women of child-bearing age. Although women have been taking folic acid as…
11 Jan 2018
Burning fat becomes much easier when you increase your metabolic rate. There is no safe "magic pill" that can help you burn hundreds of extra calories every day, but there are quite a number of natural foods and beverages that are proven to help increase your metabolism and able to lose fat. Here are some of…
5 Oct 2016
The debate over the safety and labeling of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) rages. TYwenty seven different countries have banned GMOs and 50 others across the globe have insisted on product labeling.

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