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Many a gardener has aimed his or her trowel at this humble weed, eager to free an otherwise pristine lawn of its unsightly green leaves and telltale yellow flowers. But there may be more to this pesky plant than meets the eye. Could those leaves be a nutritious addition to your salad? Will teas and tonics made from its roots help boost immunity, support your liver, or even protect against cancer? Might the plant – whose Latin name translates to “Official Remedy of Disorders” – even promote psychic powers? Here’s everything you need to decide whether to cultivate this weed, […]
Continue reading Dandelion: USDA Calls This Plant One of the Top 4 Most Nutritious Greens
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If you watch TV, read magazines, or surf the Internet, you’ve probably seen advertisements for what manufacturers claim is “America’s #1 weight-loss supplement.” If something’s so popular, it has to be good, right? Well, not so fast. See, there’s some basic research to suggest that HydroxycutTM and other products containing the fruit-based substance hydroxycitrate may help block fat and suppress appetite. But there just isn’t a lot of good clinical evidence that it actually helps people lose weight. Plus, hydroxycitrate may promote liver damage – depending on whom you ask. So does this supplement make the cut?
Continue reading America’s #1 Weight Loss Supplement?
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