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Friday, 26 July 2013

Herbal Soup for Impotence


Impotence (erectile dysfunction) is characterized by the failure to Attain or maintain an Erection When sexually excited. one of the factors of impotence is due to an interruption of blood flow to the penis.

Erect penis with Natural Herbs.

Herbal soup is nutritious and delicious food to eat, especially during the winter. Herbal ingredients have a lot of good in it and it is known to promote good health, disease prevention & enhance our general well-being. Each herb has its own advantages and its own role in promoting good health.

Herbal Soup for Impotence
Herbal Soup for Impotence

Ingredients  for making herbal soup

Pigeon Meat (Squab)


  • Garlic can help thicken the male semen. Concentrated semen and can greatly improve male libido during climax. Garlic can also overcome the problem of sexual dysfunction and increase sexual desire of men and women. This is because garlic is able to help improve blood circulation throughout the body, including your penis. Garlic also serves as a decongestant and expectorant.
Chichinga (Snake gourd)

  • Chichinga or Snake gourd can cure diseases such as diabetes, heart attack, stroke, cancer, mood disorders, sleep disorders, arthritis and Alzheimer's. Snake gourd growing in popularity as a part of an anti-inflammatory diet chart. Snake gourd use in alternative medicine is increasing because of its healing properties. Snake gourd can also remove toxic in the body that weakens your penis.

How to making herbal soup?

Take 1 pigeon meat, 3 cloves garlic and red, 6 inches chichinga and 1 tablespoon anise and other spices soup. Blend all the ingredients until boiling. huraayy .. herbal soup ready

How to use.
Heat the soup herbs before drinking

Wednesday, 10 July 2013

Sleep Naked to Lose Weight

Sleep The Hormone Diet

How do you achieve weight loss without diet and exercise? But you just need to Sleep naked!
Dr. Natasha Turner, author of The Hormone Diet, says you can reset your fat loss hormones by sleeping naked.

According to Dr. Turner, sleeping naked allows hormones to be released that will rebuild cells in your bones, skin and muscles as you sleep, promoting weight loss along with pleasant dreams. Without the constriction of clothing or heavy blankets, your body cools down as you sleep, releasing fat burning hormones.  Pajamas or heavy weighted blankets can keep you from cooling down, meaning those hormones will not be released and you won’t reap the benefits.

The Hormone Diet

The Hormone Diet is the first diet book to:
Describe the importance of healthy hormonal balance for men and women of all ages and stages of life;
Balance all of the hormones that influence weight – including insulin and our sex, stress and mood hormones. Did you know there are over 16 different hormones that affect our ability to lose weight? Just one hormonal imbalance will sabotage our efforts!

Clearly explain all of the lifestyle habits required to restore complete hormonal balance. We all know we need to sleep, to eat, to exercise and to manage stress but did you know there are very specific ways we need to do these tasks to boost the hormones that burn fat?

Healthy Food Combinations

Health food is food considered to be beneficial to health in ways that go beyond a normal healthy diet required for human nutrition.

"Adding just one food to another can make a tremendous difference in your total nutrient intake and offer significant health gains," says Tara Gidus, RD, a spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association.

Scrambled eggs + red peppers 
The benefit: Smoother skin
Tossing in 1/2 cup of chopped red peppers delivers more than 100% of your daily vitamin C needs--which spells good news for your skin. Researchers in the United Kingdom looked at vitamin C intake in 4,025 women and found that those who ate more vitamin C had less wrinkling and dryness.

Smoothie (any kind) + wheat germ 
The benefit: Heals cuts and bruises
 One-quarter cup of wheat germ packs nearly half of your day's requirements for zinc, an essential mineral that helps repair cells and strengthens the immune system. Even a slight deficiency can reduce your immunity, making it harder to heal.

Sandwich (any kind) + spinach 
The benefit: Reduces night blindness
 Stacking only three small leaves of spinach on your sandwich satisfies at least 20% of your day's vitamin A requirements. Vitamin A helps you see in the dark, but it also protects your eyes from age-related macular degeneration, which can lead to vision loss.

Garden salad + canned wild salmon 
The benefit: Improves brain and heart health
Adding 3 ounces of canned wild salmon to your salad provides half of the weekly recommendation for healthy omega-3 fats. The fatty acids found in canned salmon are linked with improvements in heart and brain health. Choosing wild lowers your exposure to dioxin, which is a cancer-causing contaminant found in the feed given to the farm-raised variety, says Evelyn Tribole, RD, author of The Ultimate Omega-3 Diet.

Stir-fry (any kind) + kale 
The benefit: Strengthens eyes
 One-half cup of kale delivers at least 12 mg of lutein and zeaxanthin, carotenoids found in dark leafy greens that help combat cataracts and age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Results from the Eye Disease Case Control Study found that people who ate the most of these nutrients--as much as 5.8 mg a day--had a significantly lower risk of AMD than those who ate the least. Stir-fry is the perfect way to throw it into the mix; if you're not a kale fan, other leafy greens such as Swiss chard and spinach offer similar benefits.

Salsa + chickpeas 
The benefit: Helps you lose weight
Adding chickpeas to a light dip like salsa adds bulk without lots of calories and boosts your intake of protein, so you fill up faster and feel fuller. Plus, eating chickpeas regularly may also improve your overall food choices. An Australian study published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association found that people who ate 1/2 cup of chickpeas a day weighed a pound less and ate less food overall.

Low-fat pudding + nonfat powdered milk 
The benefit: Eases PMS symptoms
Sprinkling 1/3 cup of nonfat powdered milk into pudding satisfies 40% of your day's calcium and 50 to 100% of your vitamin D requirements, depending on your age. Research shows that the combination of calcium and vitamin D reduces the risk of developing PMS.

Water + unsweetened cranberry juice 
The benefit: Cuts down on cavities
 Unsweetened cranberry juice prevents the buildup of Streptococcus mutans, the bacteria behind most cavities, by preventing them from sticking to the tooth's surface. The unsweetened juice also interferes with plaque formation. Mixing it with water helps dilute the juice's tartness.

Nonfat Greek yogurt + strawberries 
The benefit: Maintains more muscles
Greek yogurt packs twice the protein of ordinary yogurt, and protein is essential for building, repairing, and maintaining muscles, which burn more calories than fat. Strawberries add a burst of natural sweetness.

Pasta (any kind) + parsley 
The benefit: Builds stonger bones
Topping a pasta dish with just six sprigs of parsley offers a fresh boost of flavor and delivers a full day's supply of vitamin K, says Marisa Moore, RD, an Atlanta-based nutritionist and ADA spokesperson. Vitamin K is important for bone health--studies show that it helps prevent fractures and may guard against bone loss.

Soup (any kind) + pinto beans
The benefit: Lowers cholesterol
 Adding 1/2 cup of beans to soup lowers both total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol--the unhealthy kind that contributes to the buildup of arterial plaque--according to researchers at Arizona State University Polytechnic. They found that people who ate 1/2 cup of pinto beans a day lowered both their total and LDL cholesterol by about 8%. (Beans are high in fiber, which decreases levels of LDL by reducing its absorption.) One-half cup of black, kidney, or pinto beans supplies about one-third of your day's fiber needs. (The heat from soup cooks canned beans through, and they add heft to a lighter broth).

Seltzer + grape juice 
The benefit: Boosts heart health
Grape juice contains a phytochemical called resveratrol found in the skin of red and purple grapes. Research links resveratrol to lower blood pressure, reduced LDL cholesterol, and fewer blood clots.

Burger + ketchup 
The benefit: Helps lower cancer risk 
 A tablespoon of this condiment supplies you a healthful dose of lycopene, an antioxidant that guards against various forms of cancer by blocking cell-damaging free radicals. Eating processed tomatoes (such as those in ketchup and tomato sauce) is best; cooking releases lycopene inside the plant cells, making it easier to digest and absorb, reports Steven J. Schwartz, PhD, professor of food science at Ohio State University.

Did you know: Causage and bacon can give you cancer
Read also : Fight cancer with food

Lemon + green tea 
The benefit: Lowers your risk of disease
 Green tea is already rich in antioxidants, but a study from Purdue University found that adding citrus juice led to a fourfold increase in disease-fighting catechins. Lemon juice in particular preserved the most catechins, while orange, lime, and grapefruit juices were less potent but effective.

Do not forget: Disease diagnosis with your fingernails

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