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Wednesday February 22nd, 2012
by naturallybio

No hunger diet: dissociated diet

What is dissociated diet ?

Dissociated diet is based on the idea not mixing certain food groups (differentiated food table) , since most ingested become fat together than separately. Actually, there is no scientific basis to justify it. However, it results in a decrease in calorie intake and a more logical distribution of nutrients, depending on the energy needs of our body throughout the day. This allows us to reach our ideal weight without hunger and heavy digestion… Continue Reading →


Thursday February 9th, 2012
by naturallybio

The Thai massage

Origins of Thai massage

Traditional Thai massage is part of traditional Thai medicine and dates back to the origin of Buddhism 2500 years ago in India, when the Indian doctor Jivaka Kumar Bhaccha practiced India traditional medicine (Ayurveda) in the same order of monks to which he belonged Buddha Continue Reading →


Tuesday February 7th, 2012
by naturallybio

Argan oil

Source Argan oil

Argan means olive in Berber language. This is a wild tree, native to southwestern Morocco, whose fruit is extracted precious Argan oil.

The oil is extracted from the 3 seeds of the fruit, within a coated nut pulp. These seeds are crushed into a paste that after resting, it is cold pressed to get “liquid gold” which is this Argan oil.

Process is laborious and it is done manually in many cases. Be sure to buy a genuine Argan oil, Continue Reading →

tratamiento facial natural

Wednesday December 28th, 2011
by naturallybio

Natural cosmetics for the face

How to make a full facial treatment with natural cosmetics

We propose a complete natural treatment, debugger and wrinkles to the face in 4 phases:

  • Facial Cleansing
  • Scrub Mask
  • Tonic facial
  • Hydration and regeneration of the skin

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Monday November 7th, 2011
by naturallybio

Food plastic containers and toxic substances

How to avoid toxic plastics in food

Some plastics food containers can break in beverages small doses of chemicals, suspected of being harmful to health (phthalates, bisphenol A (BPA), styrene, antimony) . Therefore, from March 2011 bottles in Europe can not contain BPA and therefore also recommended that… Continue Reading →