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Cholesterol : Essential for Great Health but Know the “Good” from The “Bad”

In various media forms today, we often hear a lot about cholesterol. The terms HDL and LDL are commonly used, but embarrassingly, most people really don’t know the difference. Cholesterol is one of the natural substances found in the body that has certain vital functions to perform like:

The Building of cell membranes
Maintenance of fluidity of these cell membranes
Metabolizing the fat soluble vitamins of type A, D, E and K
Production of bile for proper digestion of fat
Base material for many hormones
Basic component of the nervous system


The HDL cholesterol level in your blood is very important and you have to increase it as much as possible. HDL, or “good” cholesterol, gives more benefits to your body and plays a vital role in maintaining the health of your heart. Unlike LDL cholesterol (or bad cholesterol), this type of cholesterol fights against the buildup of plaque inside the arteries. It has the effect of removing LDL from the blood vessels to the liver. This...

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The Awesomeness of Honey

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While honey history dated as far back as 10 to 20 million years ago, this old-fashioned home remedy has some of the most relevant health benefits for our lives in this modern age. For instance, it’s nature’s energy booster, immunity system builder and remedy for ailments. The benefits of honey go beyond its great taste.

Honey is known for its effectiveness in instantly boosting the performance, endurance and reduce muscle fatigue of athletes. Its natural fruit sugars, fructose and glucose plays an important role in preventing fatigue during exercise and are quickly absorbed into the bloodstream digested by the body. It is known that honey has also been found to keep levels of blood sugar fairly constant compared to other types of sugar. Next time before you are feeling lethargic, take a spoon of honey for an energy pick me up.

Honey contains mainly carbohydrates and water. It contains two invert sugars, dextrose and levulose in nearly equal proportions. Dextrose is...

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