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Apr 28

Avoid these ingredients and grow healthier hair!

Posted by Sweet Nature in Sweet Nature by Eddiesmall businessshea butter cocoa butter natural skin carerelaxersNutritionNatural Hair Carenatural hairnaturalhealthy hair carehealth and wellnessHealth and Beautyhealthhair weaveHair StyleHair Care ProductsHair Carehair breakageHairentrepreneurbuy blackBraidsBraid StyleBlackowned businessesBlack Teen GirlsBlack GirlsBlack Business Entrepreneurship wealthbeauty businessbeautyAfrican AmericansAfrican American Hair Care

Sweet Nature

Did you know that many women thought to suffer from heredity hair loss can actually  be suffering from inheriting bad habits and damaging practices? Habits, good and bad, are passed on from generation to generation the same way traditions are. Many years ago hair pomades and hair grease was introduced to our grandparents as the best thing since sliced bread; we also fell in love with the bone straight look relaxers offered. In gravitating towards these "solutions" to our hair "problems", we forgot to do the research on the ingredients found in them.

Many ingredients in our hair products such

Sep 19

Annual Gathering of Queens

Posted by Leasie in Winning the FutureTime ManagementSocial MediaSmall Business Web Development ServicesSkillssingleselfimprovementself helpScholarshipsresidual incomereligionphilosophyPersonal DevelopmentOpportunityNutritionNeighborNAACPMusicMiddle ClassMerchant AccountsMentorLearningjobsJamaicaInternet radio broadcastingInternet marketingInspirational ReminderInspirationalhome based businessHenrietta Lackshealth and wellnesshealth and fitnessHealth and BeautyhealthGovernmentGODGoalsForbes wealthiest African AmericansfitnessFinancial LiteracyfinancefashionfaithendorsementempowermentemploymentEducation goalsEducation and LiteracyEducationEconomyEconomic PlanDreamDiversityDid you knowCulture ShiftCredit CardscopywritingCopingConduct of Lifecommunitycommunicationcollegecoalition of successCNNCivil RightschristianChild Protective Services Corruptioncelebrationsbusiness resourcesBusiness PhilosophyBusiness financebusinessBooksBookkeepingBlackowned businessesBlack VotersBlack Teen GirlsBlack SoldiersBlack owned businessesBlack MenBlack In AmericaBlack Girlsblack folks guideBlack eliteBlack Business Unity Helpblack business unityBlack Business Builders Club Wichita Ksblack business buildersblack business advertisingblack businessBlack AmericaBlackBenefitsbeauty businessAroma TherapyAmericaAfrican AmericansAfrican American GirlsAfrican AmericanAfricanaffiliate marketingadvertisingadversityadoptionachievers5LinX4Positive_Knowledge


Proven to be a vital gathering for community and business networking, the Annual Gathering of Queens is quickly becoming a premier conference event in Mercer County, NJ. Attracting top industry professionals and ministry leaders, this women's conference and fellowship continues to both empower and equip women from diverse backgrounds with practical tools and contacts needed to grow personally, professionally and spiritually.

For additional information visit http://www.sgdmnj.org/

Apr 28

Why I Like Dandelion as a Natural Herb

Posted by romance88 in Nutritionliver health weight losshealth and wellnesshealth and fitnessHealth and Beautyhealth

The health benefits of dandelion include relief from liver disorders, diabetes, urinary disorders, acne, jaundice, cancer and anemia. It also helps in maintaining bone health, skin care and weight loss.

Perhaps Dandelion is more popular as an ornamental flowering plant than as a medicine and it is justified. The flowers of dandelion look brilliant. There are many varieties of dandelion, but the common dandelion is scientifically known as Taraxacum Officinale. Dandelion is rich in vitamin-A, C, iron and calcium and detoxifiers which explains its use in medicines. We shall find out what we can

Mar 31

Food of another kind

Posted by Maxluv in NutritionLearningInternet marketingHealth and BeautyEducationDid you know



As one who is always concerned about the welfare of others as well as  self, I was quite pleased to be invited to review the site I am telling you about today. In addition to an outstanding product introduction, there is an outstanding and incredible delivery system intro as well.   I have known for a long time that pills of any kind, were a  waste in terms of efficiency and effectiveness, because of their inability to dissolve and assimulate into the blood stream.  Liquids were, slightly better, but  still had a large measure of waste associated with them and both had to enter the body's

Mar 03

Nutrition Corner: Raychelle's Power Smoothie

Posted by chellemgt in Nutrition

There are many benefits of eating fruit. Fruits are generally low in fats, calories, and sodium. They contain no cholesterol. Coupled with high amounts of dietary fiber, fruits are heart healthy. Some of the nutrients contained in fruits include potassium, dietary fiber, vitamin C, and folate (folic acid). Potassium helps to maintain a healthy blood pressure. Dietary fiber, obtained from eating fruits whole, helps reduce blood cholesterol levels and can lower risk of heart disease. Fiber is very important for elimination of wastes (proper bowel function). It helps to reduce constipation and
Oct 26

Navy Beans: The Low-Fat Meat Alternative

Posted by chellemgt in NutritionHealth and Beauty

As far back as the 17th century, beans were regarded as a cure-all for ailments ranging from colds to hair loss. We know now that beans are a great alternative to animal protein. According to How to Eat to Live by Elijah Muhammad, man can survive indefinitely on the navy bean. While beans are low in fat and sodium, high in protein and fiber, and contain folacin (folic acid), vitamins, and minerals, they are also very easy on the pocketbook. In these tough economic times, including navy beans in your diet will certainly stretch your dollar by reducing both your grocery bills and your doctors