Question No.1: What can I do to reduce my hot flashes?
Ans.: In a new study, flaxseed reduced the frequency of hot flashes by 60%. Flaxseed could provide added protection against the misery of hot flashes. Flaxseeds must be ground up or take flaxseed oil.
Question No.2: What food has the most lycopene?
Ans.: If you want the most lycopene from a food source, look to the guava, not the tomato. One cup of this tropical fruit provides 688 g of potassium, more than you’ll find in a banana. Eat the rind too… it has more vitamin C than an orange.
Question No.3: Is there a natural product to ease the pain of carpal tunnel syndrome?
Ans.: We may try zyflamend. It contains a blend of ginger, turmeric and other herbs with anti-inflammatory properties. Taken as directed, it’s safe to take indefinitely.
Question No.4: Is there an herbal remedy for back pain?
Ans.: We may try devil’s claw root. Studies show that it’s more effective than white willow bark.
Question No.5: Can exercise help me keep from getting a cold?
Ans.: A University of Washington study revealed that those who exercised 45 minutes, five days per week, were 66% less likely to catch cold.
Question No.6: Some serving sizes please?
Ans.: One serving size equals: apple-1 cup, sliced banana- 8”-9”, broccoli-1 chopped or cooked, cantaloupe-1/4 : carrots (baby)-6; celery-2 ribs; corn-8”-9” ear; grapes-16; orange juice-6 oz; raisins-1.5 oz. Box; spinach-1 raw; strawberries-1/2 c sliced; tomato-3”.
Question No.7: How does a guji berry compare with an orange in vitamin C content?
Ans.:Guji berries contain 500 times mor vitamin c by weiht than oranges.
Question No.8: Is it safe to take tanning pills?
Ans.: Never take contain a colour additive called canthaxanthin which can cause Hepatitis, hives and yellow spots in the eyes. You’re left with an artificial tan—an unattractive orange tint to your skin.
Question No.9: Does hoodia work well for weight loss?
Ans.: Hoodia is a genus of 13 species in the flowering plant family Apocynaceae, under the subfamily Asclepiadoideae. Much of hoodia’s reputation appears to be hype. Hoodia’s efficacy hasn’t been well established by studies. In fact, one study found that half of the hoodia products tested didn’t even contain hoodia.
Question No.10: What’s the healthiest sitting position?
Ans.: Sitting straight up at a 90 degree angle causes damage to your lower back, according to a recent study. Instead, adjust the height of your chair so that your knees are 3 or 4 inches higher than your hips. Recline slightly with a small pillow behind your lower back.