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Friday, December 9, 2016


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Heart attack has recently become so common that even made it to number 1 on the list of death causes. We all live stressful lives and eat all the junk food that surrounds us, so in this article, we’ve decided to present you 6 signs that your body will give you one month before a heart attack!


Changing the old life style into a healthy one as well as decreasing the levels of stress can help us achieve a good heart health, but an even better thing is if you know the symptoms of heart failure. These symptoms start appearing about a month before the heart experiences a failure.


Team - 3:04 AM
Before we start with this article, I would like to ask you a simple question – do you know what’s cellulite? Cellulite is made up of water, fat and cellular waste and generally appears on the thighs and hips. Cellulite appears as a series of bumps and ripples on the skin and affects approximately 90 percent of females 18 and over. Causes of cellulite include caffeine, alcohol and processed, fatty and fried foods.

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Prepare It Before The Pharmacists Erase It! 4 Tablespoons Of This And You Can Say Goodbye To Clogged Arteries, High Blood Pressure and Many Other!

Team - 3:05 AM
This is the one of oldest natural remedies that originates from Germany. From your kitchen, all you need is ginger, garlic, lemon and water.

In fact, this drink, which is a combination of three super healthy foods, can offer numerous benefits for your health, such as: prevention of general fatigue, congestion of arteries, reduce the levels of fat in the blood, cleans the liver, prevents infections, flu and cold, improves the immunity etc.

I Invited Two Homeless People To Thanksgiving Dinner (Here’s What Happened)

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As of January 2015 there were more than 564,708 people reported homeless on any given night in the United States. What this means is that there are thousands upon thousands of people sleeping on city streets, in subways, on park benches and anywhere else where they can lay their hat for a night.

There are a few things in this life that make me really sad. One of them is seeing people without a home, without the surety of a meal, without a network of friends and family to lift them up and surround them with love.

Accepting those who need assistance

Before I get too far into this, I can hear some of you saying, “But many homeless people are without a home because of bad choices they have made. They are drug addicts and alcoholics who keep making mistakes.”

Yes, there are drug addicts and alcoholics on the streets. But there are also women with children, veterans, elderly and others who by no fault of their own have found themselves without a place to lay their heads. And even those who struggle with addiction need our love.

Unequal wealth

While the rest of us enjoy the warmth of a fire and the comfort of clean sheets and a meal, others are not even sure where their next meal will come from or where they will spend the night. This breaks my heart. We are living in the wealthiest and most unequal country in the world. With a personal wealth of over $153.2 trillion, no one should be homeless or hungry in this country.

Homeless by choice

But, what about those who make a choice to live a life wandering from town to town, not settling down and getting a job to provide for their needs? I classify these people as hard to understand and difficult.

There are many difficult people in this world, we meet them each day, but it is when we come in contact with these people that we are called to rise to a higher level of love, to set aside our judgment. Personally, my dealings with difficult people always prove to be a growing experience. I come out of the other side a better steward of all God has given me, including my ability to be accepting.

Inviting a homeless couple to our Thanksgiving meal

This Thanksgiving was especially memorable for my family. My recently married daughter and her husband decided to host our dinner this year. We had a table of 13, comprised of family, close friends and a homeless couple that showed up in our little town a week or so ago.

We first saw the young couple outside a local store where they were sitting on the cold concrete on a tarp with their puppy in 20-degree weather. As the days progressed, it was evident that this couple was staying in town a while. My daughter ran into them when walking the dog one cold night. When she returned, she asked me if we could go find them to offer them some soup. Once we found them, we talked a bit and I got pieces of their story. When we parted, we left them with an invitation to come have Thanksgiving dinner with us.

Meeting James and Audrey

We picked up James and Audrey along with their tiny puppy the next day for dinner. It was a strangely comfortable ride, sharing pleasantries and getting to know this interesting couple. Once we arrived at my daughter’s home, we were greeted with the aroma of turkey and all its fixings along with the sweet scent of fellowship. We were met by four rambunctious dogs who were equally ready to welcome the new puppy to the fold.

As the evening progressed, our conversation became richer and also more challenging. We went back in time with the homeless couple to the point at which they both became perpetual wanderers. They had each struggled with rough childhoods and found themselves on the streets at an early age. Now in their 20s and 30s, it was clear that opportunities for them to settle had been presented. However, they were clearly making a choice to live their life a particular way.

They were choosing not to earn a living like most of us do, choosing to trust that strangers would provide for their needs at each stop on their journey and choosing not to settle and become a part of a community. This is what was so difficult for me to understand. I work hard to provide for my family. Not only do I take great comfort in being part of a community but also in giving back to this community in any way that I can.

Here were two able-bodied, young people who could get a job, work hard, earn a living and give back… but they were not doing that. They were, in fact, homeless by choice.

Practicing non-judgment

Having this couple over for dinner gave me a chance to practice the art of non-judgement, the art of loving in any circumstance and the art of celebrating the uniqueness in all of us.

Although I don’t agree with their lifestyle choice, that did not present a barricade. We found common ground in animals, music, books, religion and more. Our conversation was both engaging and enlightening for everyone.

Today, the couple packs up and heads out for another life experience. We will miss seeing them in our little town but I am grateful for the chance to share in their journey! It was not so much about providing for this young couple’s needs, it was more about just sharing conversation with strangers who, by the end of the night, were not strangers anymore. Drawing outside of our comfort lines for just a little bit is a refreshing and character-building experience.

Remember, we can all make an impact in the lives of others — it just takes a spirit of love and acceptance and the blessing becomes all yours!

Tell us about your experiences with homeless people. How do you feel about having them over for dinner? Would you do the same? Let us know!

by Susan Patterson; thealternativedaily

Wednesday, December 7, 2016


Team - 3:04 AM
This is an excellent remedy known since ancient times. Do you know what a simple spoonful of olive oil with lemon can do for you? It is an ideal mixture against headaches, constipation, arthritis etc. You can even use it to prepare it against cancer!

That’s why this remedy has become very famous in recent times. One thing is that it doesn’t cause any side-effects and the other one is that you can prepare it at your own home!

This natural remedy includes numerous different benefits for your health and wellbeing, so we’re going to present you some of them. This miraculous mixture can treat many illness and conditions.

Tuesday, December 6, 2016


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Mudra is a special position your fingers and hands, which are used to establish the inner balance and healing. The word mudra is translated from Sanskrit as a gift of joy (mud – joy and ra – a gift). Mudra in the Sanskrit also means ‘joint’ and ‘flow’, by which is meant the free flow of energy needed for internal balance and health. Talking about mudras we are actually talking about a series of symbols or positions which serve to restore the body’s energy, and achieve optimal health.

Monday, December 5, 2016

Want To Quit Smoking? This Herb Instantly Destroys Your Desire For Nicotine (And How To Grow It)

Team - 2:26 AM
We all know that smoking is bad for our health. But, for some people, quitting is the toughest thing on this planet.

Nicotine is what actually makes you keep smoking. It is highly addictive, and makes the body crave for more. So, the more you smoke, the more your body needs nicotine.

When you do not give your body what it needs, you are likely to feel discomfort and “die” for a cigarette. This is the withdrawal phase, and it takes time before you get used to living a life without cigarettes. The physical symptoms disappear within a week but the craving will bother you for quite a bit.

The Most Efficient Detox and Weight Loss Drink – Recommended by Dr Saracoglu

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Strengthen your immunity and lose couple of kilos by following the new method introduced by Turkish chemist and microbiologist, Dr. Ibrahim Saracoglu.

The detoxification procedure, according to dr Saracoglu, dissolves fats (especially around the liver), lowers the appetite, and also has diuretic antivirus and antifungal effect. The method provides weight loss of several kilos, boosts the immunity, cleanses the body, “dissolves” kidney stones and gallstones and makes the skin rejuvenile.

Sunday, December 4, 2016

Curcumin Reduces Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression Even In People With Major Depression

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Curcumin, the yellow pigment associated with the curry spice Turmeric, has been found to be effective in reducing depressive and symptoms of anxiety even in people with major depressive disorders.

Writing in the Journal of Affective Disorders, researchers from Australia said studies had supported the antidepressant effects of curcumin (from the spice turmeric) and saffron for people with severe depression. "However, these studies have been hampered by poor designs, small sample sizes, short treatment duration, and similar intervention dosages. Furthermore, the antidepressant effects of combined curcumin and saffron administration are unknown," they wrote.

Eat 1/4 Teaspoon Of This Spice & You Will Fall Asleep Fast!

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We all need a goodnight`s sleep. Not many of us can fall asleep easily. Millions of people face sleeping difficulties every night or suffer from insomnia. It is far from an easy task to regularly struggle to fall asleep, and sleep deprivation causes various negative consequences on the health.

Insomnia is extremely frustrating and debilitating, and it affects every aspect of life.

Saturday, December 3, 2016

Tomato Extract Better Than Aspirin For Blood Thinning And Without The Side Effects

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Decreasing "platelet activation" lowers the risk of "thrombosis" -- or the forming of dangerous blood clots that cause heart attacks and strokes. It's the reason many doctors to this day still recommend aspirin despite treatment with the drug increasing cardiac failure, including heart attacks and bleeding episodes. New research show tomato extracts can thin blood as effectively or better than aspirin without the side effects.

The research published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition concluded the lycopene-free extract "may be appropriate for use as a dietary antiplatelet."


Team - 3:00 AM
We all love eggs. We usually throw away the shells. Egg shells are an excellent natural source of many essential minerals needed for our overall health. It contains 90% calcium, which is easily absorbed by our body. Our body absorbs the calcium easily because it is almost identical to human’s teeth and bones.

If you consume calcium regularly, in vital amounts, it will get rid of calcium-symptoms and prevent osteoporosis’ development. High intake of calcium also stimulates the bone narrow in producing blood cells thus treating high blood pressure and high cholesterol levels.

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