Importance and Dietary Intake Recommendations of Vitamin C

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Vitamin C is a water soluble vitamin that has a lot of functions. This vitamin is found in foods like broccoli, tomatoes and citrus fruits.

This vitamin is important for the growth as well as repair of tissues all over the body. This is also important in the production of collagen. Collagen is an important protein that helps form the skin, tendons, cartilage, ligaments and the blood vessels. You will also need vitamin C for the healing of wounds as well as for repairing and maintain teeth and bones.

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The 8 Must-Have Daily Rituals That Will Transform Your Life

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The most creative, highly successful and utterly powerful people who have ever walked the face of the earth all have one incredible secret in common. And it’s not their luck in life, their bank balance or even their natural talent that has got them there- it’s their daily rituals.

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Learn About Stroke and Act Fast

Learn About Stroke and Act Fast

Stroke is a condition that occurs whenever the blood supply to certain parts of the brain becomes interrupted or extremely reduced. When this happens, the brain tissues are deprived of nutrients and oxygen. Within minutes, the cells in the brain will start to die. Learn to recognise the signs.

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5 Easy Steps To A Great Night’s Sleep

5 Easy Steps To A Great Night’s Sleep

When you’re tossing and turning in your bed, staring at the clock for hour upon hour, it can seem like you’re fighting a losing battle. Even if you do manage to finally get to sleep, you only feel void of energy and looking for the nearest sugar-filled treats to keep you going. Clearly this spells disaster for your waistline and your health alike.

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Appendicitis – Learning More about the Condition and How It is Treated

Appendicitis what is it and how is it treated

Appendicitis is described as the inflammation of the appendix. The appendix is the finger shaped pouch in your colon. This is located at the lower right side of the abdomen. According to experts, this part of the large intestine does not seem to have any specific purpose.

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Heart Disease and Other Related Conditions

Heart Disease and Other Related Conditions

Love Your Heart and Avoid Heart Heart disease belongs to the top ten causes of death worldwide. Heart disease or cardiovascular disease refers to a number of health conditions that reduce the ability of the cardiovascular system to work properly.

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3 Reasons Why Dairy Products Are Unhealthy

3 Reasons Why Dairy Products Are Unhealthy

Putting cream in your coffee ad consumption of ice cream are some of the ways through which you introduce dairy foods into your diet, in addition to eating eggs and poultry meat. Though, dairy products may be consume sparingly but regular consumption of these foods can be detrimental to your health.

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Healthy Liver – Ways to Keep Your Liver Healthy

Ways to Keep Your Liver Healthy

While you may not know it, but the liver plays an important role in the body’s digestive system. Everything that you take, from the food you eat and medicines you take to the beverages you drink, everything passes through the liver. That being said, it is only right to take care of your liver to keep it healthy and functional.

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8 Easy (And All-Natural) Ways to Boost Your Energy

8 Easy (And All-Natural) Ways to Boost Your Energy

There’s almost nothing worse than feeling like your energy tanks are completely empty, your body has lost all power and all you want to do is slip into bed for a week. Especially not when you have a busy career to attend to, a family to take care of and a social life to attend to.

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Beating SAD- How To Feel Sunny All Year Round

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).

It’s common to feel a little fed up during these long winter months as the temperatures drop and we retreat into our houses. But for a surprising 1 in 300 Australians, this low mood can develop into something far more serious known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).

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