Instead of caustic chemicals, natural, homemade cleaners eliminate toxic chemicals that are in most store bought cleaners. With only a little effort, you can quickly make your own cleaning products from inexpensive and common household ingredients like white vinegar, baking soda, lemon juice and borax.
Essential oils are an optional addition to homemade cleaning products and many of them, like lavender and tea tree oil, have a antifungal, antibiotic and antibacterial qualities, as well as a pleasant and all-natural fragrance.
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Many people suffer from chronic constipation, which contributes to many health related issues.
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For many people eating has very little to do with hunger. Often, we eat out of boredom, for entertainment, as a reward, or to comfort ourselves.
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Research suggests that women who pay attention to TV ads about dieting eat nearly twice as much as those who focus on ads about other products. People who succeed at weight loss recognize the deceit of diets and no longer choose to be victimized by one of the most unregulated industries on record.
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Some people view a restaurant meal as an opportunity to let their guard down and overindulge. And restaurants answer us with delicious dishes full of rich ingredients. Portions are often too large so that we feel we’re getting our money’s worth. And don’t forget the extravagant desserts that could feed three!
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