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Diabetes can be defeated with the help of diet

A diet that only lasts 8 weeks, can reverse type 2 diabetes, discovered by experts from the University of Newcastle. Even people who have suffered from diabetes for 10 years, have seen positive changes in their health status after they restricted their diet for two months. Further, 6 months after the cessation of the patients diet were still free of diabetes, therefore the experts concluded that the disease has receded.
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Japanese diet will allow to live longer

Power in accordance with the principles of the Japanese diet may add water to your life, according to new research. Experts from the National Center for Global Health and Medicine in Tokyo suggest that a balanced intake of cereals, vegetables, fruits, as well as adequate intake of meat and fish can promote longevity in the Japanese population.
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Celery root - useful properties, contraindications

Celery is probably not the most popular vegetable, but it is definitely on the list of most useful to health. Our ancestors used the leaves and root for the preparation of drugs for various ailments, and he is more spice for us, rather than a vegetable but it still deserves more attention.

It seems that about the benefits of celery, everyone knows he only made from dishes on a regular basis very few. We also have the knowledge of our ancestors, based on their life experiences, we have data from scientific studies that confirm the value of this root. In this article, I will try to put all of the benefits and harms of celery root, and could anyone would even 1-2 times a month to cook out of it delicious and healthy meals for themselves and their families.
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Fruit papaya - beneficial properties for health and beauty

Christopher Columbus called papaya "fruit of the angels" because they differ rich aroma, delicate texture and extremely surprising beneficial properties.

About fruit called Papaya, we probably started to talk recently, when our compatriots are increasingly visiting distant exotic countries such as Thailand, Indonesia, and India.

In countries where papaya is cultivated on an industrial scale, this fruit is available all year round and is quite inexpensive.
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