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5 Reasons Why You're Losing Hair—and What to Do
5 Reasons Why You're Losing Hair—and What to Do
Are these situations familiar to you – hair strands in between your comb, piles of hair on the bathroom drainage cover and a handful of hair along with dust when you sweep your room? If you have experienced one of these hair fall dilemmas, it’s time to kn [read more]
8 Warning Signs of Magnesium Deficiency
8 Warning Signs of Magnesium Deficiency
If you are not familiar, magnesium is responsible for over 300 biochemical reactions inside your body and targets blood pressure, immunity, metabolism and many other aspects of health. It has amazing benefits to your overall health.   Magnesium deficiency is on [read more]
4 Known Benefits of Using Organic Deodorant
4 Known Benefits of Using Organic Deodorant
Among the most potentially toxic beauty products that you should stop using for good, chemical-based deodorant should be at the top of the list. Before you apply that favorite deodorant of yours, check out its label and look at what its ingredients are. If you find i [read more]
7 Tips and Tricks for Gluten-Free Baking
7 Tips and Tricks for Gluten-Free Baking
What is gluten-free baking? It's your normal baking process but without using ingredients containing gluten, a substance formed by a mixture of proteins that makes dough texture more elastic. Gluten usually found in wheat and other cereal grains causes allergic [read more]
When Do You Move Up to Stage 2 Baby Food?
When Do You Move Up to Stage 2 Baby Food?
When does a baby start stage 2 food?   Feeding your baby is both an exciting and tough journey for your family. Moving up to a new baby food stage is considered a milestone for your child. Along this milestone, new changes come that you should always take note. [read more]
Basic Baby Food Ideas for Stage 2
Basic Baby Food Ideas for Stage 2
Your time as a parent is about to get more exciting as you and your little one progress to stage 2 baby food. An infant is ready to move on to stage 2 baby food once they reach approximately 6 to 8 months of age. If they're comfortable enough to be fed by a spoon and [read more]