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Myocardial infarction or heart attack: natural treatments, causes and treatments

Myocardial infarction The heart and its vessels The heart is a hollow organ composed of four chambers (two ventricles and two atria) whose regular contractions allow...

Benefits of coal

Swelling: the benefits of charcoal If a heavy meal, an unbalanced diet or simply a lazy intestine can cause digestive discomfort, charcoal would be the...

Eggplant : health benefits and virtues

Eggplant benefits and virtues The eggplant or Solanum melongena, belongs to the Solanaceae family. Its soft-skinned fruit is the star of Mediterranean dishes. This plant native...

What is the link between Microbiota and Obesity ?

Microbiota Obesity and microbiota The WHO (World Health Organization) defines obesity as "an abnormal or excessive accumulation of fat that presents a risk to health". In adults,...

Joint pain: What natural treatment? – Natural remedies

Pain in the joints Definition and key terms Joint pain is felt in or around the joint itself and is called periarticular pain. The appropriate key...

Where to find chromium in your diet

Chrome in food? Chromium is a small nutrient that participates in many body functions. It is present everywhere on the planet and in our food,...

Where can you find phosphorus in food?

Phosphorus Phosphorus, an essential mineral for our body, is one of the most represented and most important for the good functioning of our body. Photo by...

Scleroderma: how to recognize this autoimmune disease?

Scleroderma 158 people out of a million suffer from scleroderma. An update on this autoimmune disease with a dermatologist. Photo Karolina Grabowska in Pexels Scleroderma: what exactly...

Where can I find glycine in food?

Glycine in food Wisteria is easily found in our diet, especially in meat. It is an amino acid that plays many roles in our body,...

Asparagus: health benefits and virtues

Asparagus benefits Asparagus (Asparagus officinalis) is a rhizomatous perennial plant that belongs to the Liliaceae family. Photo Foodie Factor in Pexels Originally from Europe and Western Asia,...