Herbs Help Treat Diabetes: Bilberry, Gymnema, Ginkgo and Salt Bush

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Posted by: Melanie Grimes | February 12, 2014

Heal with Far Infrared Therapy

(NaturalNews) Far Infrared Therapy utilizes light wavelengths below the frequency of visible red light. Though the light is not visible to the human eye, it can be felt as heat. Used in radiant heating units in homes, Far Infrared (FIR) penetrates below the skin and can be used as a medical therapy.

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Posted by: Melanie Grimes | February 11, 2014

Reduce Stress and Sleep Better with Trypophan

NaturalNews) L-tryptophan is an essential amino acid that helps improve sleep and reduce stress. It acts as a precursor to many neurotransmitters and neurochemicals, including serotonin and melatonin. Melatonin is known to help improve sleep, and serotonin is needed to improve mood and mental health. Many antidepressants work by regulating the uptake of serotonin. With the stresses of today’s hectic world, many people are deficient in L-tryptophan. The amino acid is not found in the body so it must be added through foods of nutritional supplements.

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Posted by: Melanie Grimes | January 28, 2014

Hair Growth can be improved by taking Biotin, Limit your Hair Loss

(NaturalNews) Hair loss is a natural process that progresses with age, but many nutrients have been shown to improve circulation to the scalp, prevent hair thinning and hair loss. Adding simple nutrients from food and vitamins can both repair hair and help to regrow hair, starting at the roots. Biotin is an important nutrient to help prevent hair loss.

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Posted by: Melanie Grimes | December 20, 2013

About Dawnbreaker farm

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Dawnbreaker Farms is sustainable family farm located on 20 acres of mixed pasture, garden and forest in northern Orange County, North Carolina.

Posted by: Melanie Grimes | December 20, 2013

Tunis Sheep

Tunis Sheep.

Posted by: Melanie Grimes | November 17, 2013

Natural cold and flu remedies can be found in your kitchen cabinets

(NaturalNews) There are no known cures for the common cold; however, your kitchen cabinets are likely stocked with many ingredients that can help relieve symptoms and speed up recovery.

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Posted by: Melanie Grimes | November 10, 2013

Healthy Diet and Supplements Stimulate Hair Growth

http://www.naturalnews.com/030171_hair_growth_supplements.html(NaturalNews) Diet, aging, stress, disease and genetics all contribute to hair loss, and adding nutrients to the diet can help grow hair. Hormonal imbalances can also lead to hair loss, and women after menopause are particularly at risk. Steroid drugs, or other drugs that interact with hormones, can alter hair growth and cause hair loss as well. A healthy diet can encourage hair to grow. Whole foods and raw foods are the best sources of vitamins and nutrients but adding vitamin supplements can help jump start the regrowth of hair.

Posted by: Melanie Grimes | August 26, 2013

Watermelon lowers blood pressure

NaturalNews) Amino acids found in watermelon have been shown to lower blood pressure. In addition to healthy vitamins and minerals, watermelon contains two amino acids, L-arginine and L-citrulline, that reduce hypertension.

Other Natural Blood Pressure Lowering Foods
Other foods have also been shown to lower blood pressure. Bananas can lower hypertension, as can raisins, beets and even chocolate.

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Japanese Sweet Potato may Cure Diabetes Along with Coffee and Ginkgo

(NaturalNews) A white sweet potato extract from the Ipomoea batatas plant may cure diabetes, adding to other recent research showing blood sugar reducing benefits from coffee, the gingko tree, and nuts. Diabetes is at epidemic proportions but traditional medicine has used plants to treat this condition worldwide.

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