Saturday, November 27, 2010

Natural Cure for diabetes using Lime and Chicken

Natural cure for diabetes.

Apparently there is no known cure for diabetes, although it is treatable by insulin injection. However, in this day and age with the internet, we do come across claims of the extraordinary….natural cure for diabetes. We may never know for sure the authenticity of such claims unless we have personally benefited from them.

Diabetes is a common disease, and is the 6th most significant cause of death in the United States. According to Wikipedia, as of 2000 at least 171 million people worldwide suffered from diabetes, or 2.8% of the population. Now it’s 10 years past, and I’m sure the figures are higher. Type 2 diabetes is by far the most common, affecting 90 to 95% of the U.S. diabetes population.

Diabetes is a condition which the body is unable to create or make correct use of insulin, resulting in having high blood sugar. And insulin is a hormone that is needed to transform glucose into energy. The current available treatment is insulin injection.

Natural cure for diabetes using lime.

I received an information via email claiming that lime can cure diabetes. Honestly, I’m a bit skeptical of its claim; but it would be a great loss and disservice to those who are suffering from diabetes if this claim is true and I failed to share it. Before divulging more details of this natural cure for diabetes by using lime, let us search for more information on lime, and see what it has to offer.

Lime contains vitamins A, B, C, G and the rare vitamin P. Vitamin P or more often called bioflavonoids or simply flavonoids, enhance the absorption of Vitamin C. For this reason they are usually taken together. Bioflavonoids and Vitamin C together help to stregthen the thin walls of the capillaries preventing bleeding or bruising. They have antibacterial properties, stimulate bile production, promote circulation, reduce blood cholesterol, prevent allergies, asthma, and even cataracts. Bioflavonoids are antioxidants, anticarcinogenics, antibiotics, and detoxifiers. These can provide healing properties for peptic and oral ulcers. The detoxifiers can help relieve the symptoms of gout.

Lime is a citrus fruit. Lime also contains citric acid, natural sugar, calcium and phosphorus. It contains by far more vitamin C than lemon. Lime is a natural antibiotic.

Since this article is not specifically on lime, let’s just list down what lime can cure, prevent or contribute to our well-being:

Scurvy, anemia, intestinal disorder, cough and cold, gastric problem, high blood pressure, fevers, constipation, typhoid, bronchitis, sore throat, dehydration, bleeding gums and sores in the mouth, retard aging, rejuvenate the skin, kidney cleanse, arthritis, rheumatism, prostrate and colon cancer, cholera, arteriosclerosis, fatigue, heart disease, and DIABETES.

Not a guarantee, try it. You have nothing to lose.

It is quite obvious that lime has great potency to prevent or cure many ailments. Whether this particular recipe is effective or not, you will never know until you try it. Also please bear in mind that many natural cures have positive effect only on certain people. I don’t know why, but from my personal experience, this is true.

So may I just remind you to take this recipe with “a pinch of salt” (or for this instance, a pinch of lime!). One thing for sure, there won’t be any adverse effect taking a few lemons, if this recipe doesn‘t work on you. Just treat it as an exotic chicken soup, certainly rejuvenating and refreshing!

Please let me know in the comments below if you found this recipe effective. Then I will certainly feel more comfortable, and elated, having done the right thing publishing it.

The lime-chicken recipe to cure diabetes.

Here it is; the unedited version:

My diabetes cured using this traditional recipe

Then I was 55 years old, one day suddenly I felt constant thirst and
had the urge to drink more water, I also felt constant hunger even
just after taking a meal, my legs often cramp and had severe cold
sweat. I went for a check up and the doctor diagnosed Diabetes,
sometimes it reached 250 and it worried me so much. Doctor prescribed
some medication and I was on medication for 2.5 years.

My brother who was staying in Malaysia was very concerned, he was a
successful businessman. I went to visit my brother and sister when I
was 57 yrs old and my brother told me he was given a traditional
treatment recipe for diabetes which was claimed to be very effective.
As a Hokkienese (one of the Chinese ethnic groups) who suffered Diabetes for 25 years, previously his had
complication and was unable to walk, but now he was cured.

Here's the Recipe :

Steam 4 limes (green lime) together with 1 chicken without head and
tail), cut limes into half, add some salts and water level just to
cover the chicken. I was given this 4 times during my stay in
The taste was not very good but i still took it in hope of curing the
disease. I took me 1 week to finish a chicken (1 recipe), sometimes i
drank it as a soup or for supper.

After 2 months I returned to Taiwan and had a medical check up again,
the doctor advised me to stop my Diabetes medication as the blood
sugar plunged to below the standard count. He couldn't believe it when
I told him what I took. From then on I did constant blood check and it
was normal. So for prevention, sometimes I still had it once in a
while. Lime was not available in Taiwan at that time and my brother
sent them to me from Malaysia.

I am now 71 years old, and there's no recurrence. During this time I
have been staying in Canada, the USA and I have been healthy diet and
the chicken lime recipe once in a while which saves my life.

As the ingredients are all natural, there's no harm at all to have a
try and please spread this to your friends or whoever needs it.

Thursday, November 25, 2010

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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Fashion Tips Hottest Fall Fashion for Little Girls Beauty Baby Clothes and Children's Clothing

Fall trends for back to school - fashion advice
It's that time of year again. Summer is fading fast, and most American kids are back in school. And with the coming of a new school year come the fall trends in fashion. How can your little diva look cool at school? By wearing the hottest new back-to-school fashions, of course! Below is some fashion advice for dressing your princess in fall trends she'll love. With these great fall trends, she'll be more than ready to go back to school!

Fashion tips - color

This year, it's all about color - wild, neon colors, including bright purples, lime greens, hot pinks, and shocking blue. Have fun mixing and matching these colors with black for a fun, free-spirited look. Black and white, in mini-stripes, checks, and plaids are also "way cool"!

The fall trends often mix bright colors with neutral or muted earth tones. You'll see lots of buffalo checks and plaids that mix bright or neon colors with brown, khaki, and black.

Fall fashion advice - shorts

I don't know about where you live, but here it's still warm when school starts. In fact, it's warm enough through September and into October for girls to wear shorts. Fall trends for shorts include solids, prints, and patterns. Perhaps the most popular fall fashion for shorts is the madras plaid.

Pair these with tees or tanks - especially those sporting beadwork, stones, and studs.

Fahion advice - leggings

Leggings are still in! Solid colors, stripes, patterns, and wild, zany leggings look great worn under a tunic or skirt. Tuck them in a low boot, or wear them with sneakers or low-healed pumps. Tights are still hot fashion items, too. Closed-toe tights and ankle tights will be worn just like the leggings as part of fall fashion. And don't forget the socks! Crazy socks are the order of the day. Choose bold stripes, bright colors, and wild patterns.

Fall trends - skirts and skorts

Popular skirt styles range from fitted to pleated to full and ruffly. Simple black tailored skirts will be worn with all kinds of tops this fall. One of the most popular skirt fashion will be the layered-ruffle skirt. These have three to four layers of loose rufles, from top to bottom.

Fashion tips - tunics

These longer tops come in a wide range of colors and patterns. Most are very "girlie," with cap sleeves, ruffles, ribbons, and bows. Others are more tailored, but they're still a big part of fall fashion.

You're in the army now!

One of the newest fall trends is the military look. You'll see this in pants, capris, and jackets. Olive drab slacks and cargo pants, aviator and bomber jackets, and tailored cropped jackets with a military cut will be hot!

Fashion advice on patterns

Plaids are hot this year: plaid skirts, plaid blouses, plaid tunics. Big checks are in, too. Think black checks with bold-colored checks in lime green, bright purple, neon blue, and hot pink. You'll even see checks on shoes, especially on the high-top sneakers and ballet flats.

Fashion tips - high-topped sneakers

Just like the old Converse sneaks from the sixties! Popular solids include black, hot pink, and lime green. Wild, funky patterns are in, too. The shiny patten-looking high tops are fashionable now, also. Take out the laces and replace them with satin ribbon.

More fashion tips for sneakers

Laceless sneakers: These are ultra comfy and look great with jeans and skirts. Cool sneakers with laces are another fall fashion that will be hot. These fall trends include the low-cut sneaks like Converse. They'll be worn with jeans, shorts, and skirts.

Fashion advice - Boots

Just-above-the-ankle boots are on the shelves now, in a wide range of colors, including bright neons. Wear them over tights or leggings, or with jeans. Slouch boots in suede and leather will also be a hot commodity. And rain boots - don't overlook these adorable additions! Check out the links below!

Fall fashion -Skinny jeans

They're back! These skinny jeans are everywhere, especially in blue and black denim. Wear them under your short boots or with ballet flats for a sizzling look. For a fun look, wear the skinnies with a pair of low-top sneaks.

Fall trends - Shrugs and scarves

Wear a simple black shrug over a long tunic. A great look is a white or black-and-white tunic with a black shrug.

Brightly colored scarves will be worn with almost everything this fall. Even short-sleeve blouses will often don a scarf. Most of the scarves will be tied low and allowed to fall midway on the chest.

Fashion tips - Shoes

Flat is where it's at! Ballet shoes, Flat-heeled pumps, mary janes, slippers, and athletic shoes will be covering the cool feet this year. Ballet shoes will be seen in solid colors, patterns, and animal prints.

Fall fashion - Hoodies and jackets

Yep, they're still in, especially ones with stripes or zany patterns. Girls' hoodies are looking more feminine this year, however. Many will be in velvet, with rhinestones and other girly embellishments.

Guess what else is back? Bomber jackets! They've emerged from their long hibernation and will be a sizzling fall fashion this year. Fashion-savvy girls will be wearing cropped bomber jackets and longer bomber jackets with jeans, khakis, and more. To see bomber jackets for kids, check out the links below!

Fashion advice for tees

Choose tees with humorous sayings, logos, graphics, or rock bands. Tees in wild colors are cool, too. T-shirts are super comfortable and easy to care for, and they're generally inexpensive. Some are embellished with rhinestones, appliques, or silver studs.

Fall trends - Ties

They're not just for guys anymore. Bowties, regular neck ties, and jeweled ties are all the rage. They can be used to dress an outfit up or down and can add some pizzaz to practically any ensemble. You'll see lots of fall fashion accompanied by a tie.

Fashion advice on Layering

Once again, layering will be part of the fall trends. Layer tees under plaid shirts, sweaters, or hoodies. not only is this a good look for girls, it's also very practical. Fall weather is unpredictable. Mornings can be chilly, but by afternoon the weather might be warm. Your little diva can "unlayer" as the day gets hotter. Plus, she'll be wearing a great fall fashion!

Vintage fashion

Retro and vintage fashion is more popular than ever! Just about anything retro is way cool: faded embellished jeans, peace signs, leather fringed vests, love beads, hats, and rock tees. You'll see lots of fall trends displaying peace signs and "Love" in psychadelic colors.

Another vintage fashion that has made its way back is tie dye. You'll find lots of tie-dyed tees on the racks. Buy a couple, or make your own! You'll be in real fall fashion mode.

Be sure to check out the pics below the clothes!

Now...go shopping! And have lots of fun!

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Tuesday, November 23, 2010


Fall and winter palette is not so saturated as summer one. But on the other hand it is more generous. This season designers chose favourite tints almost unanimously and used them in their fashion collections. So, what are those fashionable colors?

Camel's hair
Camel is the most popular color of this season. Warm beige, send color, honey color or caramel color are just different alternative of the most fashionable color of the season FALL-WINTER 2010-2011. We can see clothes of those colors at Alexander Wang, Aquascutum, Giambattista Valli, Karen Walker and 3.1 Phillip Lim's fashion shows.

London fog
Gray color is still in fashion, changing just its tints. Today the right tint of gray is delicate smoky, soft like morning haze. Its main virtue is that this color can be worn with any other color you like! Light gray color like Carolina Herrera, Dries Van Noten, Marc Jacobs and Preen.

Royal blood
Red is the main color of this fall. But not all tints of the red are trendy. Fashion designers and modellers prefer dramatic colors such as old wine color, overripe cherry or gore color. ADAM, Altuzarra, J. Mendel, Tory Burch and Monique Lhuillier love those tints.

Soldier's overcoat
Military style bring us new ideas. Different tints of khaki and olive color are in fashion again. Military palette offer us such designers as Erdem, Julien Macdonald, Dennis Basso, Philosophy, Rag & Bone and Richard Chai Love.

Petroleum stains
One of the main tendencies in fashion is ecological palette. Variegated prints that resemble petroleum stains, city junkyard view or aftermath of nuclear explosion. Cynthia Rowley, Jeremy Laing, Gary Graham, Rachel Comey, Tory Burch and Tibi voted for fashionable ecology.

Monday, November 22, 2010


What clothes should we wear to look fashionable this season? So, should we wear shorts this season? Why not? But how should we wear shorts? Switch on your imagination and you'll see that shorts will become an indispensable piece in your wardrobe. Here are a couple of rules about wearing shorts. What to wear them with and what to combine them. See photos below.





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