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This Homemade Syrup Will Lower Cholesterol And Remove All Toxins And Fat From Your Body

Having too much body fat is a serious problem that may increase your risk of other health problems. This usually occurs as a result of unhealthy habits.

Fortunately, we have this super-healthy syrup that will eliminate the unwanted fat and benefit your body in different ways.

The best part is that is easy to prepare. You will need only two ingredients: parsley and lemon!

Parsley contains flavonoids that can eliminate the dangerous and harmful toxins. Moreover, it is packed with natural essential oil that provides powerful aroma.

Combined with lemon juice, parsley can improve circulation and reduce the cholesterol in your body. Check out the recipe below!

Homemade Syrup Recipe

Needed Ingredients:

* 1 l. of filtered water
* 2 Parsley Sticks (medium size)
* 5 Lemons


Peel the lemons and cut them into pieces. Add the lemon pieces and the parsley into 1 liter water. Place it in the refrigerator with a covered canister.

Let it stand for 1 day. It is recommended to take 1 mug of this mixture…

Top 10 Foods to Reduce Water Retention

Water retention, also known as edema, occurs when excess fluids build up inside your body. This makes your hands, feet, legs, and ankles swollen. In most cases, the reasons why it happens are not serious. However, in some cases, it can indicate kidney disease or heart failure.

There are many factors that can cause edema, including high or low blood pressure, excessive sitting or standing, high sodium intake, hormone imbalance, pregnancy, prescription medications, infection of blood vessels, etc.

Having excess fluid in your body can make you weight more than you really are. So, by getting rid of the excess fluid you’ll also get leaner.

Fortunately, by consuming foods with great diuretic properties and rich in potassium, you can effectively reduce water retention.

Top 10 Foods to Reduce Water Retention
1. DandelionMany people experience edema as a result of a diet high in sodium and low in potassium. Hence, dandelion is an excellent source of potassium and is highly recommended for these pe…

How to eat Okra(Lady’s Fingers) To Treat Diabetes, Asthma, Anemia And Failing Eyesight

Okra, or lady’s fingers, is an annual flowering plant, which is a member of the mallow family.  This vegetable has edible green pods and offers a myriad of health benefits.

It is especially beneficial in the treatment of diseases and conditions like anemia, diabetes, and asthma.

The amazing qualities of this plant come from its various nutrients. It is abundant in vitamins K, C, A, and B, and minerals like manganese, iron, potassium, zinc, magnesium, and calcium.

Moreover, it contains high amounts of antioxidants like lutein and zeaxanthin, which improve eye health.

Here are the main health benefits of this beneficial plant:

Boosts the immune systemSince it is very rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, okra strengthens the immune system and prevents various diseases.

Regulates cholesterol levelsThe vegetable is high in fiber which regulates cholesterol levels and improves heart health.

Treats and prevents anemiaIt stimulates the production of red blood cells and prevents and treats anemia.


Here Is What Happens to Your Body When You Eat 2 Eggs a Day

Even though eggs were believed to be harmful due to their high cholesterol levels in the past, it is now known that they are extremely beneficial. Namely, eggs are a rich source of vitamins, minerals, protein,  and antioxidants.
Doctors suggest eating 2-3 eggs on a daily basis as a way to improve overall health.

Yet, note that you should not eat more than 3 eggs daily if you suffer from heart issues or diabetes.

Here are some of their most important health benefits:

Help weight loss- eggs reduce cravings and lower appetite, leading to weight loss.

Strengthen bones – Eggs are high in calcium and vitamin D which are essential for the health of teeth and bones. The combination of these nutrients supports the metabolic processes in the bones.

Improve eyesight- Eggs are abundant in lutein, zeaxanthin, and vitamin A, all of which improve eyesight. Vitamin A is needed for a proper vision in the dark, and lutein and zeaxanthin are powerful antioxidants which prevent eye issues and free radical dama…

Moringa - The Herb That Helps You Treat Diabetes And Regulates Blood Sugar

Moringa oleifera, a plant native to South Asia, is one of the most powerful natural medicines you can have in order to boost your overall health, energize your body, and live longer.

It has been traditionally used for millennia and is a rich source of antioxidants. Its leaves and fruits are full of minerals and vitamins. A cup of Moringa pods provides 157% RDA vitamin C, as well as:

One cup also has:
* Vitamin B6- 19% of our daily needs
* Vitamin A-9%
* Vitamin C-12%
* Iron- 11%
* Vitamin B2 riboflavin- 11%
* Magnesium- 8%
* Protein-2 g

Nowadays, researchers investigate its myriad of health uses, and here are the benefits of the consumption of its fruits and leaves:

Cleanses BloodThe leaves and pods of Moringa cleanse the blood, and the juice of the leaves, if applied topically, treats skin issues, like acne and pimples.

Stronger BonesThe consumption of Moringa boosts the density of bones, and the high iron and calcium content prevents bone loss.

Relieves HeadachesThe juice of its roots effective…

No Wheat, No Sugar, No Dairy! Delicious Avocado, Coconut & Sweet Potato Brownies

If you are a dessert lover, you know that finding a healthy and delicious one, which would be low in calories, is not an easy task.

Traditional brownies are often high in inflammatory ingredients such as flour, processed sugar, and pasteurized hormone filled dairy, and thus raise blood sugar, and the levels of cortisol(stress hormone) and insulin (fat storage) and lead to weight gain, mood issues, and hormonal imbalances.

On the other hand, the brownies we are suggesting today are rich in antioxidants, fiber, and healthy fats!

This is due to the remarkable properties of the main ingredient- avocado!

These fruits are one of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet, as they are rich sources of essential amino acids,  fatty acids, and antioxidant phytonutrients.

Moreover, avocados are abundant in oleic acid, which is a monounsaturated fat that increases fat metabolism, the carotenoid antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin, and Vitamin E (tocopherol).These antioxidants reduce oxidative stress …