Saturday, December 20, 2014

Baking Soda and Lemon: A Powerful Healing Combination for Your Health » Natural News Blogs

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 Despite the advances medical technology has made in cancer research and treatment, cancer remains one of the top ten killers in the United States. This had lead both medical professionals and patients to explore more natural alternatives to the traditional triad of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy as an approach to beating this disease. One of the possibilities being looked at currently is the use of lemons and baking soda for therapeutic purposes.
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Friday, December 19, 2014

Stay Healthy with 1-Minute Spinach

 1-Minute Spinach

 Enjoy this quick and easy addition to your Healthiest Way of Eating that provides you with an excellent source of healthy promoting nutrients such as vitamin A, K, C, as well as manganese and folate. 1-Minute Spinach








 

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

A.Word.A.Day


A.Word.A.Day
with Anu Garg

gentleman's agreement


PRONUNCIATION:
(JEN-tl-manz uh-GREE-muhnt)

MEANING:
noun: An agreement that's based on honor and not legally binding.

ETYMOLOGY:
From the idea that a gentleman (a civilized man of good standing) will honor an agreement he has entered. Earliest documented use: 1821.



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Saturday, December 13, 2014

Hampi

 I have special liking for Hampi, may be it is to do with my past (earlier life) connection with this place. Whenever I hear the name or see something about Hampi my heart beats faster, I donno why?


                                                                        My Heart Is Beating.....



Voyager For Life: I Witnessed The Best Sunset Of My Life…: …from Malyavanta Raghunathaswamy temple in Hampi. It was the end of my trip in Hampi and I was heading to Hospet train station when I thou...

Thursday, December 11, 2014

A.Word.A.Day







A.Word.A.Day
with Anu Garg

scandent


PRONUNCIATION:
(SKAN-duhnt)

MEANING:
adjective: Climbing or ascending.

ETYMOLOGY:
From Latin scandere (to climb). Ultimately from the Indo-European root skand- (to leap or climb), which also gave us ascend, descend, condescend, transcend, echelon, and scale. Earliest documented use: 1682.
 
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