Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a disorder that causes slight to severe pain in the abdomen, bloating, cramping, constipation and diarrhea. While never fatal, IBS makes life unbearable to sufferers.
This common disorder affects one in five people aged between 25 and 45, but can strike at any time and women suffer from this disorder more than men.
While the exact cause of IBS remains unknown, some theorize that people suffering from this disease have intestines that contain a weakness to stress or become irritated by certain foods such as caffeine.
External factors such as stress as well as irregular eating habits coupled with a lack of dietary fiber may enhance chances of suffering the effects of IBS.
Many cases of IBS have followed an outbreak of an infection in the intestines and food poisoning. People who have spent time in underdeveloped or developing countries who adopted poor eating habits may also become prone to IBS.
Symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome

It’s important to remember that while some symptoms of IBS may resemble more disturbing illnesses, IBS does not develop into colon cancer if left untreated and it does not permanently damage the intestines.
Symptoms vary with each case. The most common symptoms include bloating, cramping in the abdomen, and alternating constipation or diarrhea. Sufferers of IBS are often bothered with frequent bouts of constipation followed by irregular bowel movements and diarrhea.
People suffering from IBS often report straining or forcing to perform a bowel movement with little to no desired effect. When they do pass a stool it may be covered in mucus, the fluid that moistens and protects the delicate passages of the digestive system. Stools are often irregular in either color or shape.
Most sufferers of IBS experience tense moments when they suffer consistently for several days to weeks followed by moments when everything seems to work perfectly. Others may feel an overwhelming urgency to have bowel movements.
Other possible symptoms of IBS that aren’t restricted to the abdominal area include tiredness, headaches and backaches as well as urinary or gynecological problems. People suffering from depression sometimes develop IBS. Likewise, those suffering from IBS often become depressed.
Bleeding from the rectum, rapid weight loss, and persistent and severe pain in the abdomen or elsewhere are not symptoms of IBS. They may be indicators of a much more serious condition such as inflammation or colon cancer and should be attended to by a trained physician as soon as possible
Irritable Bowel Syndrome Treatments

People who think they have IBS should consult their family doctor. Offer the medical professional as much information as possible that allow him to rule out any other possibilities.
Doctors may prescribe stool and blood tests as well as x rays or perform a colonoscopy, a procedure by which a camera is inserted into the intestine via the anus to examine the colon. If all these tests come back negative he will then diagnose IBS.
IBS is inoperable and once developed, IBS may occur throughout life. Sufferers can modify the things they eat that trigger the onset. Medication can relieve abdominal pain and sufferers of constipation should increase the intake of fiber and drink more fluids to moisten the intestines, allowing for smoother bowel movements. Laxatives can be a temporary solution.
Other solutions include:
Avoid large meals
Increase the amount of fiber either through eating more fruit and vegetables or through supplements.
Keep a food journal to discover which foods give negative reactions
Discuss findings with a doctor.
Seek the help of a dietitian to assist in making healthy food choices that won’t cause outbreaks of IBS.
Reduce the intake of caffeine found in drinks such as sodas, coffee and tea.
It’s also important to reduce stress, conflict and emotional upset as they lead to enhanced IBS symptoms.
Take time to relax. Allow the body to adjust over time rather than indulge in tempting quick fixes. Laxative may help ease the pain, but until the root of the problem is discovered, IBS will continue.
Lifestyle and dietary change won’t cure IBS but eating healthier, performing stress reducing activities such as brisk walking and yoga as well as meditation and adequate sleep will help reduce the outbreaks of this painful and debilitating affliction.

Traditionally Chili con carne, meaning Chili with Meat, is made with peppers, garlic, onions and beef that can be either ground or in chunk form . But although it is delicious in its own right, it lacks all of the vitamins and minerals that can be found in this low fat, heart friendly version. This recipe will make 10 -12 servings.


Legumes are perhaps the healthiest of all food groups. They are full of antioxidants, calcium, proteins, vitamins and minerals. Some legumes were a food staple as early as 6,000 BC in many areas and were eaten as a replacement for meat. Today many vegetarians still use legumes as a protein replacement in their daily meals. Legumes are widely available, relatively inexpensive and store well.


Tomatoes are eaten worldwide and considered a very heart healthy food choice. A single medium size tomato contains over a gram of protein and almost 1 1/2 grams of fiber. They are also high in vitamins A,C, B6, Niacin and folate.

Although tomatoes are already super healthy when eaten raw, studies show that they are even more healthy after they have been cooked. The chemical lycopene ( it makes the tomatoes red ) is a great antioxidant, but when it is heated it becomes super charged.


Peppers are packed with vitamins C, A, K, E, B1, B6, triptophan (an essential amino acid) fiber, potassium and folate.


Corn is an excellent source of fiber. It also contains vitamins C, B1, B5 and folate ( important during pregnancy)

Olive Oil

Olive Oil is considered a “good oil ” and has proven been to control LDL (bad cholestrol) Olive Oil also lowers the risk of certain cancers and the formation of gall stones.

Ingredients for Chili

  • 2 -2 1/2 lbs extra lean ground chicken
  • 2 -2 1/2 tsp extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 large onion chopped
  • 2 1/2 cups chicken broth or stock
  • 1 large can of diced tomatoes
  • 2 1/2 cups tomato sauce or vegetable cocktail
  • 2 cans white kidney beans-rinsed and drained
  • 2 cans red kidney beans – rinsed and drianed
  • 1 medium yellow zucchini chopped into 1/2 inch chunks
  • 1 medium green zucchini chopped into 1/2 inch chunks
  • 1red pepper- chopped
  • 1 small green pepper- chopped
  • 1 8oz pkg mushrooms- sliced
  • 1 cup frozen or canned sweet corn kernels
  • 3 ribs celery chopped
  • 3-4 cloves garlic chopped
  • 3-4 jalapeno peppers – chopped
  • 1 tsp cumin (optional)
  • 1/2 tbsp dry oregano
  • 1/2 tbsp dry basil
  • 1 bay leaf
  • 3-4 tbsp chili powder ( depending on taste )
  • Zest of 1/2 lime (optional)
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • Freshly chopped green onions or cilantro

Method to Prepare

  • In a heavy bottomed pan, brown the ground chicken, onions and garlic.
  • Drain off any excess oil and transfer to a dutch oven or slow cooker.
  • Add all remaining ingredients except zucchini, red and green peppers, mushrooms and sweet corn.
  • Cook over med-low heat until 3-4 hours, adding peppers, mushrooms and sweet corn 30-40 minutes before serving
  • Serve in a tortilla bowl garnished with chopped green onions or cilantro.

Ingredients for Tortilla Bowls

  • White corn tortilla wraps
  • Olive oil
  • Grated Parmesan cheese


  • Pre-heat oven to 350*
  • Brush tortilla wraps with olive oil and sprinkle with a little parmesan cheese.
  • Fit wraps into the cups of ramikins or into the cups of a large muffin tin.
  • Bake in 350* oven just until the cups hold their shape and are nice and crispy.

Pterostilbene for lowering cholesterol is one of the hottest emerging topics in natural health. This naturally occurring antioxidant with the tongue-twisting name is the active ingredient in the oldest heart tonics, wines made from grapes or berries, and in the newest nutritional supplements, such as Life Extension Resveratrol with Pterostilbene Veggie Caps.

A Novel Method for Lowering Cholesterol

Plants make pterostilbene when they are under stress. When a grape vine or a berry bush is attacked by a fungus, it makes this antioxidant to limit damage from any infections and also to help it deal with heat and drought.

It turns out that this compound also has protective effects in humans. This plant chemical lowers cholesterol not by paralyzing enzymes in the liver that make cholesterol, or by providing fiber to absorb cholesterol while it is still in the gut. Pterostilbene works by activating a gene called peroxisome proliferator-activated factor alpha, or PPAR-alpha.

PPAR-alpha is activated when we don’t eat enough food for our daily needs. It enables enzymes that burn fat, and it keeps the liver from turning dietary fat into LDL cholesterol by “turning off” a gene called AIP. Activating PPAR-alpha also makes it easier for cells to use insulin to absorb sugar, lowering blood sugar levels while it lowers blood cholesterol levels.

Not Easy to Get By Drinking Wine or Eating Blueberries

Although pterostilbene, which is chemically similar to the heart-protective red grape compound resveratrol, is abundant in grapes, it is even more abundant in blueberries. Drinking red wine and eating blueberries, however, will not deliver enough pterostilbene to make large differences in your blood cholesterol readings.

That is why natural products makers extract this important phytochemical from a plant called heartwood. In Ayurvedic medicine this plant is known vijyasar, and in botany it is known as Pterocarpus marsupium. Extracts made from the plant allow users of the supplement to get far more pterostilbene without the sugar, calories, and alcohol of drinking red wine.

A Substitute for a Low-Fat Diet?

Drugs that activate PPAR receptors often lower cholesterol regardless of diet, but throwing away your list of foods that help lower cholesterol is premature. The best results from using pterostilbene will always result from a combination of low-calorie diet (if not necessarily low-fat diet), exercise, and any needed medications.

It is only honest to note that the benefits of pterostilbene are only proven by traditional use of the Ayurvedic herb vijaysar and by laboratory experiments with animals. The best nutritional supplements combine pterostilbene with another chemical found in grapes and berries, resveratrol. The resveratrol in the formula acts quickly while the pterostilbene acts slowly, providing maximum protective effect.

Winter makes us hungry for hot, filling, thick and hearty soups. For most Americans, this means turning to meat and poultry based soups. In actuality, after the rich and fatty foods consumed during the holidays, vegetable-based soups are a better choice.

Meaty, difficult to digest main dishes take up almost one third of the American food dollar. Vegetable-based soups, particularly bean and grain soups, cost a tiny amount and are every bit as filling – and tasty, if cooked properly.

Soups made with grains and legumes, such as barley, rice and lentils are as hearty, and thicker than many meat or poultry based soups. A great example is split pea soup. It is difficult to imagine hearty pea soup made without a ham bone, plus the ham left over from Christmas or New Year’s Day. Yet there is an entirely vegetarian recipe that tastes almost exactly the same as ham based pea soup – without a touch of meat.

This recipe is adapted from the original recipe “Vegetarian Pea Soup,” The Los Angeles Times Natural Foods Cookbook, by Jeanne Voltz, 1973.

Ingredients for Vegetarian Soup Recipe

  • 1 pound split peas
  • 2 quarts water
  • 1 bay leaf
  • 3 onions
  • 6 or more ribs celery sliced horizontally
  • 2 – 4 carrots, sliced into rounds
  • 1/4 cup butter
  • black pepper to taste

Vegetarian Recipe for Pea Soup

  1. Vegetarian Pea Soup starts with a pound of dry split peas in a large pot of water. The amount of water does not matter, as water can be added at any time in the process, but two quarts are recommended to begin. Bring the split peas to a boil, cover, and simmer for 30 minutes.
  2. Add a whole onion studded with 3 whole cloves, a bay leaf, several ribs of celery (chopped), several carrots (sliced into rounds) salt and black pepper. Simmer for another 30 minutes.
  3. Chop 2 more onions and fry in 1/4 cup butter (1/2 stick) until translucent but not browned. Add to soup when peas are completely absorbed.
  4. Top servings with whole grain toast on top.

Vegetarian Soups

Like many vegetarian recipes, vegetarian split pea soup tastes as warm and good as pea soup with ham. Like all soups, it thickens when left over. Depending on the size of the family, it can last several days.

Warm and Comforting

For those who like traditional pea soup, this soup is addictive. Once you eat a bowl, it is so warm and filling it is hard not to have another bowl!

Niacin is a B3 vitamin that may be found in meats, milk, seeds, wheat, leafy greens and other vegetables. However, many health experts agree that obtaining enough niacin through diet alone may be difficult when attempting to lower cholesterol levels. The great news is that studies show niacin has been used successfully over the years for just that purpose in over-the-counter supplemental form.

Years of Research

In my early thirties, I loathed the idea of my doctor’s recommended statin drug regimen for high cholesterol. Seeing the drug scribbled on his prescription pad at my young age sent me headlong into years worth of research into natural effective alternatives. On that day, I also committed to monitoring my bloodwork regularly, absolutely essential to knowing if any chosen remedy is effective. This is how I stumbled across niacin, as well as many other amazing natural supplements and vitamins that I will cover extensively in future articles.

My Blood Test Results

Although results will vary depending on the individual, my blood test results revealed a vast reduction in LDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol) of 36% from 113 to 72 after taking 500 mg of niacin daily for one year. This is well below the recommended maximum level of 99 for my age group. My HDL cholesterol (good cholesterol) increased 22% from from 53 to 68. The goal for my HDL level is to be above 40.

How Niacin Reduces Plaque & Prevents Heart Disease

I have read many complicated descriptions of how LDL and HDL work, but one of the best explanations I’ve ever heard was put in simple terms by world renowned cardiologist, Dr. Oz, host of his own ABC daytime talk show, The Doctor Oz Show. He has also been a frequent guest of Oprah Winfrey, as one of several cardiologists that treated President Bill Clinton and co-author of the easy-to-read, You: The Owner’s Manual.

Dr. Oz explains that homocysteine (a by-product of protein) and high blood pressure gouges holes in our arterial walls. The holes are then filled with sticky LDL particulates that build until they starve and die from outgrowing the blood supply. This sends an electrical charge that attracts plaque in the form of inflammation until the artery clots entirely, leading to heart attack or heart failure. Additonally, if a piece of the arterial wall flakes off due to excessive gouging and damage, it may flow into the bloodstream and up to the brain, causing a stroke.

On the other hand, if blood pressure and homocysteine levels are kept in check and HDL levels are high, this scenerio may be prevented all together. High levels of HDL swooshes through our arteries and removes excess LDL, preventing a build-up of plaque. This is why the goal is to lower LDL and raise HDL. In worldwide studies, niacin has been shown to do both. It has even been shown to reverse pre-existing plaque build-up, which is key in preventing hardening of the arteries or atherosclerosis.

Niacin vs. Statins

According to numerous studies and health experts:


  • Lowers LDL (Bad Cholesterol)
  • Raises HDL (Good Cholesterol)
  • Lowers Triglycerides
  • Lowers Blood Pressure
  • No Damaging Side Effects
  • Does Not Deplete COQ10
  • Costs Approx $6 for 6 Months Worth
  • Causes Temporary Flushing


  • Lower LDL
  • Do Not Raise HDL
  • May Modestly Lower Triglycerides
  • Do Not Lower Blood Pressure
  • Possible Side Effects Include Liver, Muscle & Nerve Damage
  • Deplete COQ10
  • Cost Approx $600 for 6 Months Worth of Name Brands
  • No Flushing

Nicotinic Acid, Niacinamide & the “Niacin Flush”

The two types of niacin typically discussed are nicotinic acid and niacinamide. Nicotonic acid is the supplement known to reduce cholesterol that may also produce a flush or warm tingly feeling on the skin temporarily after ingesting. However, if taken daily (without missing a dose) and with food, most or all of the flush feeling is diminished. Niacinamide or “flush-free niacin” does not produce a flush, but has shown to be ineffective in reducing LDL and/or raising HDL. When testing niacinamide myself, I found that my LDL increasd 45%, so I returned quickly to nicotinic acid and have been watching my LDL drop back down to healthy levels ever since.

Blood Pressure

The national median blood pressure is approximately 129/86. My daily niacin regimen effectively decreased my blood pressure from 130/90 in 2005 to 116/75 in 2006. The ideal blood pressure is approximately 115/76, so I was very pleased with the results. Many articles report blood pressure reductions from niacin usage.

Where to Buy Niacin

You may buy niacin over-the-counter. However, I have found that purchasing on-line allows for more comparative shopping and ultimately, a lower price. I’ve also found more vitmains and supplements on-line made here in the USA. I personally find this more reassuring in terms of testing and contents.

Importance of Regular Blood Testing & Physician Advice

Prior to any supplemental regimen, a blood test should be obtained to determine your current cholesterol levels. Continuing testing regularly as instructed by your physician is the only way to know if a vitamin or supplement is working for you. While this article is based on my direct blood test results and extensive research, it is editorial in content and you should always consult your physician prior to beginning any vitamin and supplement regimen. Some supplements are known to interact with certain medications.

More Articles by Shannon Sanford on Related Topics

  • Fish Oil Reduces Triglycerides and Inflammation
  • Folic Acid B6 and B12

Book References

Michael F. Roizen, M.D. & Mehement C. Oz, M.D., published 2005, You: The Owner’s Manual, New York, NY, Harper Collins Publishers

Whether you’re planning a casual get-together or just trying to get dinner on the table during the week, this recipe for chicken fajitas is just the ticket. It’s easy to make and easy to adapt to everyone’s taste.

You can even shorten the marinating time to just 10 minutes if you are really in a hurry. The recipe will still turn out fine.

The best way to serve these chicken fajitas is do-it-yourself buffet style. Just set out the warmed tortillas, vegetables and chicken in separate serving dishes. Allow everyone to choose his or her own toppings. Include shredded cheddar cheese, non-fat sour cream, zesty guacamole salsa and avocado salsa or tomato salsa. Seven layer Mexican dip makes a great appetizer with this meal.

You can find chicken tenderloins in the meat section of your local supermarket, but they are likely to be more expensive than skinless, boneless chicken breasts. So if you’re trying to save money, go with the whole breasts and just cut them at home yourself.

If you like these chicken fajitas, give these healthy Mexican recipes a try: 3 Layer Mexican Dip, homemade tortilla chips, chili con carne, and guacamole with tomatillos.

Chicken Fajitas Recipe


  • 1 pound chicken tenderloins or boneless, skinless chicken breasts cut into 1-inch-strips
  • 2 Tbsp. canola oil, divided
  • 1 Tbsp. Ancho chili powder
  • 1 tsp. kosher salt
  • 1/4 tsp. black pepper
  • 1/2 tsp. cumin
  • juice of one lime
  • 1 medium red bell pepper, cut into thin strips
  • 1 medium green pepper, cut into thin strips
  • 1 medium yellow onion, sliced into thin strips
  • 10 6-inch flour tortillas


  1. Place chicken tenderloins or strips into a plastic storage bag. Whisk together 1 tablespoon of the oil, chili powder, salt, pepper, cumin and lime juice. Pour over the chicken strips and seal. Place the bag in the refrigerator to marinate 20 to 30 minutes.
  2. Heat the other tablespoon of canola oil in a large nonstick frying pan over medium heat. Add the chicken strips and cook until browned on both sides and cooked through, approximately 6 minutes. Remove to a serving dish and cover with foil to keep warm. Add the peppers and onions to the skillet and cook 3 to 5 minutes until softened and tender. Remove to a serving plate. Warm tortillas according to package directions.
  3. Assemble by placing chicken and vegetables in the middle of a tortilla and adding toppings (such as shredded cheddar cheese, non-fat sour cream, guacamole, etc.). Fold and eat!

Makes 10 fajitas.

Per fajita (without toppings): 137 calories, 4 g fat (0 g saturated fat), 26 mg cholesterol, 13 g carbohydrate, 2 g fiber, 12 g protein, 9% vitamin A, 46% vitamin C, 3% calcium, 4% iron

People who have Fibromyalgia experience chronic pain and tenderness all over their body.  Chronic pain last much longer than expected, when compared to normal pain that an individual will experience from an injury.

Chronic pain is connected with irregularities in brain hormones as the neurochemical changes in the body intensify which makes and individual experience sensitivity to pain and the chronic pain becomes unbearable.

Who gets Fibromyalgia and who is at risk?

Fibromyalgia is common problem affecting many people globally. Risk factors for fibromyalgia comprise of the following:

Gender/ Age 

Fibromyalgia occurs more frequently in middle aged women. Though Fibromyalgia can affect both male and women but it is estimated that about 80 percent are women sufferers and about 20 percent are male.

Family history

If a family member has Fibromyalgia then there is a possibility you will develop this condition as well

Irregular sleep patterns

It is not proven that irregular sleep patterns are a cause or can result in Fibromyalgia, but it is known that individuals with definite sleep conditions can also develop to getting fibromyalgia.

Additional conditions that can result in Fibromyalgia

Musculoskeletal ailments such as rheumatoid arthritis possibly will increase the risk for developing fibro.

Fibro Symptoms:

  • Extreme pain
  • Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Memory problems
  • Headaches
  • Tender points
  • Morning stiffness
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Sleep problems
  • Numbness
  • Tingling in arms, feet, legs
  • Urinary problems

Despite the fact that Fibromyalgia pain is experienced all over the body but there is certain places on the body where pain is more intense and that is called the tender joints.

These tender joints are generally found on the following spots on the body:

  • Elbows
  • Upper chest
  • Hips
  • Knees
  • Upper buttocks
  • Front and back of neck
  • Upper chest
  • Middle and upper back of shoulders

But thanks to the constant research being done to help those individuals dealing with this illness there is a Fibro cream and many medications to help those sufferers find some relief from their chronic pain.


What is the treatment for Fibro pain?

Though many fibro sufferers evade exercise in fear of pain, exercise is the most important.  Exercise discharges natural painkillers in the body called endorphins and allow people with this illness to receive the benefits of exercise without suffering from more pain. Physical therapy benefits those with fibromyalgia to exercise with more proficiency as this method helps to relax the muscles throughout everyday living. Physical therapy particularly helps with better posture which comforts pain and fatigue by assisting better muscle functions.

Antidepressants help to treat depression, insomnia, tiredness and discomfort, and by taking the anticonvulsant drug Lyrica this helps to improves everyday function and decrease pain.

Fibro is a chronic condition but it is life-threatening and the symptoms will undoubtedly never disappear entirely but they often improve with treatment. It is imperative to educate families about the condition if you have been diagnosed with the condition as people need to understand that the pain is real and that the condition is not merely created by stress or depression.

Refer to your doctor if you experience overall aching or extensive pain that persists for several months and find a doctor who has a comprehensive knowledge of fibromyalgia.

Remember if you are a Fibro sufferer do not give in to the disease, remain positive and to try and maintain an active lifestyle and you will find relief to your pain.

Every woman likes smooth legs that will attract the opposite sex or simply want to have smoother legs to impress other women. Smooth legs make for a healthier attitude on the way you view life. There are many ways to get those smooth legs you’ve always wanted. Some ways are easier than others but all require commitment on your part.

Know Your Exfoliants

Out with the old, in with the new. That is the job of an exfoliant: to remove old and dead skin, allowing new and healthier skin to resurface. I have seen exfoliants at spas and nail shops open near me. Exfoliating is a great way to achieve radiant skin that is soft and smooth because it allows the new skin to retain moisture, which also slows the aging process.

Although exfoliants can help your skin look amazing, if you’re not careful, they can also damage skin that is sensitive, dry, or acne prone. Ingredients in exfoliants can contain fruit seeds, shells, botanical extracts and alpha hydroxyl acids. If you have sensitive skin, it’s best to find a product that has small granules so as not to break the skin. Also, make sure you are not allergic to the ingredients of the exfoliants. Some ingredients can lead to breathing problems, which can make you start storing. You may have to buy the best CPAP machines to stop the snoring.

Other types of exfoliants are salt or sugar-based scrubs.

Here are the three most common ingredients in acid exfoliants:

  • Alpha hydroxy acids include Glycolic Acid (Origin:Sugar Cane), Lactic Acid (Milk), Tartaric Acid (Grapes), Citric Acid (Citrus Fruits), Malic Acid (Apples), and Mandelic Acid ( Almonds). These ingredients are good for treating dry skin, acne and sun spots, and improving skin texture, reducing fine lines, and increasing skin thickness. The most effective alpha hydroxy acid is glycolic acid because it increases cell exfoliation and replacement, and reduces surface oils.
  • Beta hydroxy acids are more effective in treating blemishes. Salicylic acid treats acne, dandruff, psoriasis, and dermatitis. This product is good for sensitive skin.
  • Tretinoin ( Vitamin A acid, Retin-A, Renova ) treats acne and aging, sun damaged skin. This product can cause irritation within the first few days.

Exfoliants don’t necessarily have to be a facial or body scrub, they can also come in the form of cleansing accessories. The newest trend are the easy to use facial cleansing cloths that contain small fibers to gently exfoliate the face. Loofah sponges and exfoliation brushes in combination with your favorite cleanser also help exfoliate the skin. For rougher skin, such as the heels of your feet or elbows, an exfloliation brush is probably best.

These smart drugs are all becoming so effective and anyone taking them for a long period of time will be rewarded with a better functioning lifestyle Adrafinil is a nootropic drug that has very few side-effects. This drug comes with many benefits. A person taking this nootropic drug will experience an improved focus and memory. They will have better mental clarity and be able to work through and solve mental problems with ease.


This drug helps a person to be more motivated to improve their productivity. A person will generally feel more wakeful. When a person consumes this Adrafinil, the human body then begins to metabolize this drug and then change it to Modafinil. This is how the positives effects of this drug comes out after it is absorbed and changes the individual whom becomes more cognitive.


Popularity Among Studentssupplement-adrafinil

Adrafinil is popular among students as it increases their stamina and energy, they have better moods and are able to grasp concepts better. Let’s understand one of the side-effects of this drug, its liver damage. If you take this drug on a long term use then you will have this reaction. But on the bright side of things a solution to this issue an individual can take milk thistle supplements after you take the adrafinil.


Do you need a Prescription?

You don’t need a medical prescription to purchase adrafinil. Many people taking Adrafinil will each have different experiences as no two people are the same. It all depends on the person consuming this drug. So lets weigh the positives and negatives of this drug, Adrafinil.


Positives of Adrafinil

■ One can experience increased amounts of energy, they become more alert.
■ They do not experience fatigue or drowsiness.
■ The individual becomes more motivated and is able to be more productive.
■ They have an enhanced memory and can learn things very fast.
■ Adrafinil is legal




Negatives of Adrafinil

■ Adrafinil is not as strong as Modafinil
■ One can get damage to the liver
■ Not good to take over long periods
■ A very expensive drug compared to other nootropics
■ Nootropics is drugs most people are becoming dependant on

Everyone wanting to improve their thinking capability and these so called ‘smart drugs’ seem to be paving the way for the generations to come. These Nootropics can help give mental clarity and boost stamina and so forth but do take care when taking any form of drugs and always consult a doctor before doing so.


While this trend is all concerning going vegetarian, the scare of feeding meat to our kids (thanks to the horror stories concerning red meat) is speedily decreasing. The majority of people take into account vegetables and fruits to serve once it comes their daily biological process whereas additionally thinking that plant supermolecule is healthier (and safer) than animal supermolecule. Which is simply not true…

Here is a list of the health advantages your kids may receive from feeding them meat:


The various nutrients that meat contains, it’s made in iron, metallic element and atomic number 34. Iron helps in forming Hb that transports nutrition to completely different components of your body, metallic element helps in tissue formation and metabolism also as atomic number 34 breaks down the fat and chemicals within the body.


Vitamins are an enormous a part of one’s diet, and axerophthol, B and D is only found in meat. Not solely do these vitamins promote smart vision, stronger teeth and bones however additionally they support the central system which promotes a sharp mental state. Another massive advantage of feeding meat is that meat is extremely important for your skins natural oils.



Since meat contains an huge quantity of supermolecules, this will be extremely helpful to the body because your body craves these important food cells. Since supermolecules is alleged to enhance the general health and well-being of one’s body, there are different edges like the repair and building of body and muscle tissues and the production of antibodies which will defend the body from infections. More significantly, since meat contains all the essential amino acids your body needs, it is extremely important to have meat added to your diet daily.

There it is, quick 3 reasons to why you should be eating meat.

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