April Renee

About: April Renee

April Renee is a Freelance Writer and Enthusiast. She currently studies English and Humanities with a focus in Writing Communications. Her dedication to writing spans many years across topics of many interests. She is niched in Travel, Environmental and Agricultural/Gardening Fare, Health and Fitness, Arts/Humanities, Philosophies, Pets and Mortgage/Real Estate/Banking. April has a culturally diverse technique related to promotional marketing and consumer product sales/reviews, including website content and maintenance. She also has relative experience in advertising and website design pertaining to entrepreneurial startups. You can follow her on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn. You can also view her work on scarletnathaniel.com

Articles By April Renee

Consumer Health Digest
Jan12

20 Surprising Health Benefits of Thyme Oil You May Not Know!

In today’s era we are becoming more familiar with the term ‘Essential Oils’. We are learning that these plant derivatives are ‘essential’ for a reason. They are medicinal on several levels and have been recommended by physicians around the globe for decades. Take Thyme (pronounced TIME) for example – by definition – this is a low growing aromatic plant of the mint family. The small leaves are used as a...

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Consumer Health Digest
Dec06

Science Backed Anti-Cancer Benefits of Avocado

Reports claim that as much as 60% of the American population enjoy eating avocados. These statistics are truly fascinating news, especially when considering the new scientific discoveries behind this fruit. New studies suggest that avocado may assist in curing specific types of cancer. It is stated that an approximate sixty percent of Americans like Avocados. This is great news because they are one of the best foods for you! Even...

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Consumer Health Digest
Nov17

This is Why You Should Walk, Not Run To Lose Weight

Most of us have heard rumors throughout the years that walking is better than running as a form of healthy exercise to lose weight. ‘They say’ that running is worse on your joints and even your heart! Accordingly, the answer to the debate may not be as obvious as it seems. There have been plenty of arguments over the past several years relating to the benefits of walking in comparison to running and the results are in. A U.S....

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Consumer Health Digest
Nov10

Rhino Sinusitis – Discover Tips for Managing Symptoms of Sinusitis!

Sinusitis, otherwise known as Rhino sinusitis can be quite the headache. Literally and figuratively speaking. Let’s be serious though, this is no laughing matter. Sinusitis affects one in eight adults and represents an estimated $8.6 billion in annual treatment costs. Although, there are plenty of common remedies for this ailment, here we will discuss some holistic methods that may offer some relief before you call your doctor....

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Consumer Health Digest
Nov06

Why do Eyes go Red and Stingy in the Swimming Pool?

We have all done it at least once. Perhaps you were only a child, or perhaps you just knew you wouldn’t make it to the restroom. The fact is people pee in pools! Let us jump right to the point here. It’s not the chlorine turning your eyes red after a swim. New research from the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) has recently made its way into the news suggesting some healthy tips for swimming in public pools...

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Consumer Health Digest
Oct17

Top 10 Health Benefits of Guava Leaves You Should Not Miss

Guava plants are not nearly as popular in the Americas as in other countries, though you should be able to find it at the local grocer. Perhaps instead of just searching out the fruit for it’s many health benefits however, you should (also) be shopping for Guava Leaves. It is stated that guava leaf, like many other herbs, has an amazing array of qualities. Furthermore, they have been used by natives for many years due to their...

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Consumer Health Digest
Oct13

17 Surprising Health Benefits of Cucumber You May Have Never Realized

Cucumbers have long been regarded for their health benefits outside the diet. Most of us can remember the image of a woman with cucumbers on her eyes, perhaps a mask covering the rest of her face. Most likely a ‘cucumber’ mask at that. Furthermore, you’ve heard the term, cool as a cucumber. This term actually originates from the metaphorical etymology of the term cool – as in composed, and cucumbers, which are cool to the...

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Consumer Health Digest
Oct11

Can Vegetable Oil Cause Hormonal Imbalance and Infertility?

Because hormone production is partially regulated by nutrients and especially fat, we have to wonder if the type of fat we eat could affect our general hormonal status. With infertility rates on the rise, it is becoming increasingly apparent that something is going awry with our hormones. After all, both ovulation and sperm production are dependent on the balance of hormones so any disruption in this balance can lead to infertility....

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Consumer Health Digest
Oct10

12 Unexpected Benefits of Having a Large Breakfast Everyday

Mmmmm…. Breakfast – a favored meal of the day, sometimes any time of the day, around the world. It has long been noted that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, however, have you ever considered eating a larger breakfast? With the hustle and bustle of work and home and family, it can be tough to juggle in a hearty breakfast. Here we will discuss 12 reasons why having a large breakfast every day can be better for your...

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Consumer Health Digest
Oct09

You’ll Be Amazed By The Numerous Benefits of Purple Corn

Researchers around the world in the nutrition and food fields have been searching for decades for functional foods to sustain our dietary needs. The discoveries they are coming up with are quite something. Here we will discuss the amazing benefits of what has been researched in Purple Corn, specifically. Purple corn is commonly referred to as blue corn as well, but they are botanically classified under the same species regular yellow...

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