A man named Bernardo LaPallo is over 110 years old, although most would think he is younger. Like many living to be his age, LaPallo credits his long life with eating a lol of organic fruit and vegetables, while avoiding other foods like the plague. He especially recognizes these 5 foods, a secret passed down to him by his father which he believes is the key to his longevity. Read more
Monday, December 29, 2014
A 110-year-old man says five foods that his father (who lived to be 98) taught him to eat are the key to longevity.
Monday, December 22, 2014
If you do come down with a cold or the flu this winter, C. Thomas Corriher lists the best natural remedies. He also reveals something our ancestors knew about - how to use alcohol as medicine.
Those who eat a balanced and wholesome diet should seldomly become ill. Healthy people are usually able to combat minor infections without showing any symptoms. However, even healthy people become sick when their exposure to pathogens is persistent or they become too lax in their diets. Emotional stress can weaken the immune system too. Read more
Friday, December 19, 2014
When it comes to skin care, price and efficacy are not always related. Michael Ravensthorpe reveals five ways that inexpensive, common witch hazel benefits your skin.
Common witch hazel, also called winterbloom, is a flowering shrub native to the forest margins, woodlands and stream banks of eastern North America. It is characterized by its fragrant, gold-colored flowers, which tend to grow in late fall and continue to expand throughout winter.(1) Read more
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
You really are only as old as you feel: A new study found that believing you are younger than you actually are is the key to a long life.
They say you’re only as old as you feel. Now scientists have discovered the adage might actually be true.
A study showed those who feel younger than they really are have a better life expectancy.
Those who felt their age were more likely to die young – and people who felt older were at the greatest risk. Read more
Monday, December 15, 2014
Amy Alton reveals how to grow and use your own medicinal garden.
... We spend a lot of time discussing how to accumulate medical supplies for times of trouble. Despite your best efforts, however, you may find yourself running out of commercially manufactured medicines. In this case, you might feel like you’re out of luck, but there are options that might be growing in your own backyard. Many plants have medicinal uses and it only makes sense to take advantage of their benefits. Read more
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
The pharmaceutical industry has pushed the government to criminalize most potent, natural painkillers, but according to C. Thomas Corriher, they missed a few..
This topic has been more requested than any that we have previously written about, for it catalogs the most potent of the pain-relieving herbs which are still legal at most locations. The information about these natural medicines has been sparsely distributed, but there is an underground movement of freedom fighters who are beginning to share it. This article is an attempt to unify this critically important information, and to make it easily accessible for those needing serious pain relief. Read more
Monday, December 8, 2014
A pinch of turmeric a day helps keep memory loss away, according to a new study.
Eating a single gram of turmeric each day could cause short-term memory improvements in people predisposed to memory loss, according to a study conducted by researchers from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, and several Taiwanese research institutes, and published in the Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Read more
Friday, December 5, 2014
You won't find this advertised on TV: garlic could be more effective than Big Pharma drugs for treating high blood pressure - not to mention safer.
Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is known as “the silent killer”, as it often goes unnoticed until it is too late. It is primarily caused by atherosclerosis, which frequently culminates in a sudden event such as a heart attack or stroke. While drugs for hypertension such as beta-blockers can cause side effects, including fatigue, blurred vision, or difficulty breathing, a groundbreaking new study has fortunately revealed that garlic is as effective as the “blockbuster” beta-blocker atenolol. Read more
Wednesday, December 3, 2014
Want to lose weight? A new study suggests eating all your food within an eight-hour window and NEVER snacking at night.
Eating only within an eight-hour window each day could help you shed weight, a study has found.
Limiting the times you eat could reverse obesity and reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. And it doesn’t even matter whether you have fatty or sugary foods. The eight-hour limit seems to undo the harm done by an unhealthy diet. Read more
Monday, December 1, 2014
Lithium is actually an essential trace minerals, says Edward Group, and has many health benefits..
Lithium, the mineral known for its efficacy against bipolar disorder, has become one of the most effective go-to prescriptions for psychiatric disorders. What many do not know, however, is that lithium offers a host of other lesser-known benefits, many of which go far beyond brain health. Lithium orotate, one of the popular lithium supplements, is perhaps the most bioavailable lithium available. Look out for this form when looking for supplementation. Read more
Friday, November 28, 2014
Ibuprofen are not as safe as advertised. It's been show to have over 24 adverse health effects. These six natural alternatives are effective and safer, says Joe Martino.
There are a number of reasons to avoid taking aspirin or ibuprofen often. You may be seeking alternatives because you experience pain but like to stay away from conventional medicines.
Alternatively, you could be someone who just learned about the potential dangers that come with taking aspirin and ibuprofen regularly and are ready for something different. Ibuprofen and Aspirin have been linked to anemia, DNA damage, heart disease, hearing loss, hypertension, miscarriage and even influenza mortality (these are just 7 of the over 24 adverse health effects it’s been connected with.) Read more
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
The 5 Best Natural Breast Enlargement Herbs, here are ten more herbs that you can use if you need to switch up your routine.
Monday, November 24, 2014
If you're like most people, you probably think kale is the most nutritious foods around. Actually, kale ranks down the list a ways of nutritious leafy greens.
... In the food world, the biggest celebrity of all might be kale—the Shakira of salads, the Lady Gaga of leafy greens. It’s universally recognized that kale anything—kale chips, kale pesto, kale face cream—instantly imparts a health halo. Even 7-Eleven is making over its image by offering kale cold-pressed juices. And yes, kale has plenty of benefits—including high levels of folate and more calcium, gram for gram, than a cup of milk. (It’s head and shoulders above these items found in our Eat This, Not That! Special Report: “Health” Foods Worse for You Than a Donut.)
Still, kale’s actually not the healthiest green on the block. Read more
Friday, November 21, 2014
Dandruff is barely even a health problem, so using home remedies instead of drugs or pharmaceutical solutions is the best way to treat it, says Mike Barrett. Here are nine home remedies for dandruff.
Are you part of the nearly 20% of the U.S. population who suffers from dandruff? While having dandruff certainly is embarrassing, the good news is that this issue is completely harmless. Even better news, no drugs or pharmaceutical solutions are required to get rid of dandruff – there are numerous natural home remedies for dandruff that can be utilized within your own home. Read more
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
This video goes over the health benefits of cayenne pepper. Cayenne pepper is a phenomenal medicinal herb that has a myriad number of health benefits. This video goes over its main benefit to the heart and cardiovascular system in general plus some other lesser-known cayenne pepper benefits.
Monday, November 17, 2014
If you prefer to avoid putting chemicals into your body, here are some homemade toothpaste and tooth whitening recipes.
Here’s an assortment of ideas for making homemade toothpaste plus a couple tips for DIY teeth whiteners (those are found at the bottom of the page).
If you’re looking for ways to save money or use more natural ingredients than most commercial products offer, there’s surely something here that will suit your needs. I’ve moved the mouthwash recipes to this page (just a couple so far). Read more
Friday, November 14, 2014
Depressed and snappy? You need serotonin, says Margaret Durst.
Serotonin is the brain chemical that makes us feel happy and content. When we eat a wholesome meal, the body is notified through the release of serotonin that we are well fed, helping us feel content and satisfied. A lack of serotonin causes depression, anxiety, irritability, negativity and food cravings. From a nutritional standpoint, a lack of serotonin is frequently a result of bad diet and food reactions. Read more
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
the diameter of the vagina due to childbirth, aging, or hormonal changes. Vaginal looseness can seriously undermine a woman’s self-confidence, and make her feel insecure about pleasing her partner. Although sex isn’t everything in a relationship, sexual satisfaction is definitely an important part of it. If you feel that you have a loose vagina, the following vaginal tightening and exercise program can help you feel tight and wanted again. Both you and your partner will enjoy an increase in stimulation and pleasure
during sexual intercourse.
Monday, November 10, 2014
Following these ten ancient tips from Ayurveda will help your boost immunity to disease, says Christina Sarich.
The Sanskrit word for immunity – vyadhikshamatva, and its translation – ‘forgiveness of disease.’
In the wisdom of Ayurvedic medicine, the concept of good health is not relegated to just ‘not being sick.’ Our entire constitutions are completely balanced and invigorated when we truly experience ‘good health’. Aside from balancing the doshas – vata, pitta, and kapha, as well as making sure our digestive fire, called agni, is working to its utmost, we can practice some very sound techniques that will help boost immunity. Read more
Friday, November 7, 2014
High blood pressure is a serious problem that needs to be treated, but these six herbs are just as effective as medications in many cases.
Herbal plant that lower blood pressure
Now in modern era life is moving so fast and around one third of people suffered from hypertension. And long use of medication for high blood pressure lead to kidney disease and heart attack, unfortunately many people don’t take it seriously which may lead their life to end. Here are the list of six herbs which could lower your blood pressure. Read more
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
Monday, November 3, 2014
The sodium fluoride added to drinking water is proven to lower IQ. Lisa Garber reveals five ways to get it out of your body.
It should be outrageous to think that the very water we drink is poisoned—but the water actually is. Although calcium fluoride is found naturally in underground and ocean water, the sodium fluoride added to the public water supply is virtually toxic, a wolf in the sheep’s garb of improved dental health. (The West Virginia University Rural Health Research Center says that fluoride doesn’t even prevent cavities; vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids are better allies for that.) Even the federal government is calling for lower levels of fluoride in public water after a Harvard study confirmed fluoride’s lowers IQ. So needless to say, it is extremely important to know of fluoride treatment methods.
In the wake of even more horrifying findings like fluoride’s link to the cardiovascular and cancer epidemic (causing at least 10,000 cancer deaths since 1977), it’s imperative that we learn how to defend ourselves against systematic and casual envenoming of our water. Here are 5 methods for fluoride treamtnet – ways to detoxify your body of fluoride. Read more
Friday, October 31, 2014
Edward Group reveals seven facts about the unique antioxidant trans-resveratrol.
Propelled to fame as a result of a multitude of studies investigating the phytochemical properties of plant materials, resveratrol more than lives up to its reputation. This very unique antioxidant has been called a fountain of youth for its effectiveness against a variety of age-related diseases. In this post, we’re going to explore 7 reasons why you should get it regularly from your diet.
1. What Is It?
Resveratrol is a phenolic compound, a stilbene, created by plants in response to injury, infection, and fungal attack. It exists in two forms, the trans- and cis- molecule forms, with trans-resveratrol being the highly-absorbable form. The compound is regarded as having powerful antioxidant effects, thereby supporting health at the cellular level. Read more
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Friday, October 24, 2014
With Ebola in the headlines and not likely to go away soon, it may be time to learn how to make your own colloidal silver cheaply and safely.
Throughout the history of alternative medicine, few remedies have had the staying power of colloidal silver. No matter how much the medical establishment tries to ignore and ridicule it, somehow its practice has never been forgotten. And for every person who claims it is harmful snake oil, there is another who has been using it for years without any ill effects. Read more
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Turmeric is not just a spice. It also has six powerful health benefits.
It's a quintessential spice in curry, a relative of ginger and one of the healthiest ways to add flavor -- and color! -- to a home-cooked meal.
Turmeric has been used to relieve everything from liver problems to depression to ringworm in folk medicine, but, like many alternative therapies, there's not always much research to back up the ancient wisdom.
But that doesn't mean turmeric's powers are to be discredited altogether. Here, a look at what we do know about this powerful seasoning. Read more
Friday, October 17, 2014
Margaret Durst describes the symptoms that indicate your gallbladder needs cleaning.
G is for gallbladder – a storage organ for the bile produced by the liver. Bile is important because it emulsifies fats that we eat and aids in elimination of cholesterol from the body. Bile increases the normal action of the intestines and helps prevent parasitic infection. Bile also carries the toxins gathered by the liver out of the body.
Gallbladder function can become impaired for a variety of reasons. Read more
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Friday, October 10, 2014
The liver is the only internal organ that regenerates itself, and it deserves a good cleaning to stay healthy, says Margaret Durst.
The liver is the body’s largest gland. It is the only internal organ that will regenerate itself if part of it is damaged. Up to 25 percent of the liver can be removed and within a short period of time, it will grow back to its original shape and size.
The liver is the body’s most important organ, functioning as a living filter to clean the system of toxins, metabolize proteins, control hormonal balance, and produce immune-boosting factors. Read more
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Monday, October 6, 2014
Edward Group says many people unknowingly eat these seven dangerous excitotoxins on a daily basis.
If you’ve ever felt compelled to take another bite, despite feeling full, the problem may not be a lack of self control. In fact, the issue may not even be with you at all as it’s very likely that an excitotoxin is the culprit. These non-essential amino acids stimulate or “excite” the umami or savory taste buds making food seem more flavorful than it really is. These compounds are abundant in most processed foods and restaurant meals, and many people are unknowingly consuming these compounds in large amounts on a daily basis. Read more
Friday, October 3, 2014
Sarah C. Corriher reveals why zinc should be taken daily and how not all zinc supplements are created equal.
According to many pharmacists, zinc is the single greatest dietary supplement. Chemists, pharmacists and doctors alike glorify zinc supplementation. Some of them maintain that zinc will ward off all sickness. While this is not entirely true, zinc does nonetheless fight the rhinovirus, which is responsible for about a third of the common colds in adults, along with many other illnesses which exhibit flu-like symptoms. Zinc boosts the overall immune system to fight infections and speed recovery times. It is therefore a useful supplement for almost everyone. Deficiencies of zinc have been shown in studies to lead to decreased thyroid hormone levels, and hypothyroidism. Zinc supplementation is absolutely vital for pregnant women. If zinc was given to every mother-to-be, then a large portion of birth abnormalities, pre-eclampsia occurrences, and deformations could be avoided. Give zinc the same respect that you would give to folate (the superior version of folic acid) and calcium during pregnancy. Read more
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Dr. Joseph Mercola says that full-fat dairy products may reduce your risk of diabetes and other health problems.
Most mainstream dietary advice recommends low-fat or non-fat dairy. But a growing number of experts argue that it’s far healthier to eat and drink whole dairy products, with all the fat left in.
Dairy foods contain roughly 50 to 60 percent saturated fat, and conventional thinking is that saturated fat is bad for your heart. This idea has been thoroughly refuted as false. It’s a mistaken interpretation of the science. In a 2010 analysis,1 scientists said:
More recently, research presented at the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) in Vienna, Austria, found that eating full-fat dairy products such as whole milk, cream, cheese, and butter, reduces your risk of developing diabetes. Read more“…There is no significant evidence for concluding that dietary saturated fat is associated with an increased risk of [coronary heart disease or cardiovascular disease].”
Monday, September 29, 2014
Margaret Durst reveals twenty signs that you may not be getting enough essential fats.
Essential Fats are vital to our health. They help regulate body chemistry at every level. All cells in our bodies use fats as part of the membrane that lets the right things in and keeps the wrong things out. Good fats also help keep tissues lubricated and supple. Most people are deficient in good fats because they are not present in the typical American diet, and the types of fats that are present in typical diets actually block the action of good fats. Good fats are also depleted by eating too much refined grain – particularly wheat and corn.
Bad fats are known for increasing inflammation, increasing cholesterol, increasing blood clotting, and disrupting hormone balances. Good fats help decrease inflammation, decrease cholesterol, decrease blood clotting and balance hormones. Here is a list of symptoms of essential fat deficiency: Read more
Friday, September 26, 2014
Are you taking any of these common over-the-counter and prescription drugs that Christina Sarich says destroy your brain?
You wouldn’t think that taking a little pain pill would cause long term cognitive impairment, but that’s just one of the commonly prescribed (or even OTC) pharmaceutical medications which were studied in a six-year test to see what kind of neurological damage was caused. Unfortunately, the research found that these pharmaceuticals, commonly taken for a variety of common medical conditions including insomnia, allergies, or incontinence, cause long-term damage to the brain. The findings point to a class of drugs called anticholinergics, which block acetylcholine, a nervous system neurotransmitter. Read more
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
People have been trying to stave off the aging process for a long time. Here are ten traditional homemade anti-aging medicines that are proven to work.
It’s natural for people to want to look as young and fit as possible, and there are hundreds of anti-aging products on the market which will help you do just that. However, many of the commercial products available can have ingredients such as artificial dyes or perfumes that actually damage and dry the skin and the price tag can often by high. There are however, homemade antiaging products which use all-natural ingredients and which are simple to make and will save a lot of strain on your pocketbook! Read more
Monday, September 22, 2014
Herbs can increase female sex drive, says Edward Group, and these are ten of the best.
Maybe you haven’t felt the urge in a while. Perhaps it just hasn’t felt as good as it used to. It could be stress, or it could be something more. When it comes to boosting your sex drive, the topic may seem a bit taboo to discuss. Regardless, a healthy sex life is important for reducing stress, building a healthy relationship with your partner, and improving overall wellbeing. Diet and exercise offer the best solutions for stimulating sexual desire; yet, a number of herbal tools may also provide support. When you need a little boost, turn to these 10 herbs for help. Read more
Friday, September 19, 2014
Did you know that you probably have a natural pain reliever in your kitchen? Dr. David Williams reveals three ways to use turmeric to treat painful joints.
Feeling the cold winter temperatures right down to your bones? You aren’t alone, especially if you suffer fromarthritis or any other kind of joint pain.
For relief, you may be tempted to reach for over-the-counter painkillers, but these medications have many unwanted side effects. Instead, I recommend that you consider the natural pain-relieving properties of turmeric. Read more
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
For years people have been urged to cut their salt intake, but researchers claim that sugar is more related to high blood pressure than salt is.
Sugar - not salt - is to blame for high blood pressure, US researchers claim.
They argue that high sugar levels affect a key area of the brain which causes the heart rate to quicken and blood pressure to rise.
The scientists from New York and Kansas also highlight a recent study of 8,670 French adults which found no link between salt and high blood pressure. Read more
Monday, September 15, 2014
What position do you sleep in? Joe Martino examines the pros and cons of every sleeping position.
It has been said that we spend about 1/3 of our lives sleeping. Since we know sleeping is quite important for our health, physical body, mental function and overall mood, it’s important we get good sleep. Having trouble with sleep can be caused by a number of things ranging from a bad mattress, a room with too much light, eating or drinking the wrong things before bed or even something like your sleeping position. Read more
Friday, September 12, 2014
Ginkgo biloba has been found to natural help improve ADHD symptoms in children.
According to the CDC, ADHD, the ‘disease’ that causes children to have difficulty focusing and to act hyper is rising every year. Millions of parents put their children on medications to try to help them do better in school and to tame their unruly behavior, but a what everyone should know is that dietary adjustments is often the only solution necessary. In some cases, a single herb – Ginkgo biloba - can help to lessen ADHD symptoms in very little time. Read more
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Monday, September 8, 2014
Apple cider vinegar is not just a salad dressing ingredient. Here are ten ways apple cider vinegar can improve your health.
When most people think about apple cider vinegar, it is usually in terms of salad dressing. While this will certainly zest up your lunchtime greens, however, there are many more benefits to consumption. A regular dose (defined as 1 tablespoon vinegar diluted in 1 cup of water) taken daily with meals can benefit many of the body’s systems and it can be used topically as well. Read below to find out more about it. Read more
Friday, September 5, 2014
Recent discoveries have shown that vitamin D is crucial to good health. Edward Group lists nine symptoms that indicate that you may be deficient in this critical nutrient.
Despite the positive discoveries of Vitamin D over the past decade, many researchers are still unsure as to the extent of which vitamin D deficiency plays in disease development. Many experts also disagree on whether or not supplementation or sun exposure is best, with many believing that natural sunlight promotes more balanced blood levels. Despite the barrage of research hitting the scene, organizations continue to differ on recommendations for vitamin D intake. Read more
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Monday, September 1, 2014
Instead of playing "brain games" to stave off age-related cognitive decline, why not keep your brain young by learning something new?
Do you speak more than one language? If so, you could be less likely to suffer from age-related cognitive decline, as reported by recent research. If you don’t speak another language, don’t worry; it’s never too late to learn! Read more
Friday, August 29, 2014
Researcher''s have discovered that cinnamon helps treat not only Parkinson's disease, but also several other serious diseases.
Americans were shocked and saddened when Robin Williams committed suicide following a long history of depression. Another shock followed; the beloved comic was fighting Parkinson's disease, a devastating condition that causes tremors and problems walking.
There is no cure for Parkinson's, but a common spice — cinnamon — may be able to help stop its progression.
Cinnamon has been used for flavoring everything from toothpaste to herbal teas— including mom's apple pie — and it has been a staple in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries to help improve circulation and digestion. Modern studies are finding even more uses for the versatile spice, including putting the brakes on Parkinson's disease.
According to studies, cinnamon's healthy effects may be due to its ability to reduce inflammation and to have antioxidant effects, or that it may fight bacteria. Below are studies that show some of the conditions cinnamon can help combat: Read more
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Friday, August 22, 2014
Diabetes is a serious condiiton, but nine herbal remedies can help, says Reuben chow.
Diabetes is a health condition which must be taken seriously. While it is useful for diabetics to be under the supervision of a healthcare practitioner, there are some things which you can do to help keep the condition in check. Specifically, numerous herbs contain healthful properties which are beneficial in different ways to persons suffering from diabetes. Read more
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Monday, August 18, 2014
Friday, August 15, 2014
Researchers say vitamin D deficiency raises Alzheimer’s risk.
People with moderate-to-severe vitamin D deficiencies are significantly more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia than those who have an adequate supply of the vitamin in their body, a new study has found. Read more
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
You can't expect to lose weight without making dietary changes, but certain herbs and spices can boost the effects of a weight loss diet.
Herbs and spices have long been used to enhance the taste of foods. It is only within the past few years that researchers have discovered that these popular components of everyday life can also aid in the weight loss battle that so many people wage. Below are six of the most potent herbs and spices that have been shown to have positive effects on weight loss. Read more
Monday, August 11, 2014
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Monday, August 4, 2014
Diet is a major factor in the development of cardiovascular disease. These four delicious foods have been shown to lower cholesterol and protect the heart.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 71 million Americans, or 33.5 percent of the total population, suffer from high LDL cholesterol. Only one in three of these individuals has their condition under control, while less than half of them choose to treat it at all. Moreover, the average total cholesterol for adult Americans is around 200 mg/dL, which is borderline high risk. (1) We are, in short, at greater risk of heart disease than ever before.
Though doctors love to throw statins and other drugs at people with high cholesterol, an improvement in diet is a far safer and more effective long-term solution to the problem. Most whole foods are likely to reduce LDL and total cholesterol to some degree, but the foods listed below are especially effective in this regard. Read more
Friday, August 1, 2014
Got shingles? You should not visit your doctor, says C. Thomas Corriher .
Shingles (herpes zoster) is a secondary outbreak of the chicken pox virus. It can happen decades after the original infection. It is usually less severe the second time. It may occur for people who have had either chicken pox or the chicken pox vaccination. It is often caused by the vaccine, and people who get the vaccine strain years after a vaccination get a much worse version of shingles. It is an opportunistic virus that will strike whenever the immune system is sufficiently impaired. Those who have never contracted chicken pox are at risk of contracting it from people with shingles. When it first occurs, shingles usually appears in circular patterns. Read more
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Eating in certain situations is a big reason people gain weight, says Edward Group.
Almost 70% of adults in America are considered overweight, and 35% are classified as obese. If rates continue, and many experts believe they will, 75% of the population will be either overweight or obese by the year 2020. Anyone who glances at the statistics knows something is clearly not right. What could be causing this sharp rise in weight-related issues?
One of the main reasons we have such a problem with obesity and digestive complaints in the world today is that people are not eating their meals in a parasympathetic state.  It turns out that it’s not just what you eat, but how, when, and where you eat that makes a difference. While hardly anyone is mentioning this root cause to common weight issues, it is a topic that is nevertheless important to discuss in order to tackle one of the world’s leading health problems. Read more
Monday, July 28, 2014
Using sunscreen may not be a bad idea, but some commercial sunscreens contain ingredients that actually increase the risk of skin cancer. You can avoid that risk by making your own, says Alex Du Toit.
Many commercial sunscreens contain toxic ingredients that actually raise the risk of skin cancer. However, natural sunscreen can get very pricey, especially if you have a large family. Here is a sunscreen that you can make at home and is nontoxic and all natural. While you are blocking the harmful rays of the sun, your skin is getting nourished with all of the wonderful natural ingredients. Your skin will look and feel better than before you started using it. It is important to allow vitamin D to be produced by the sun and your skin for overall physical and mental well-being. So when you know that you are going in the sun for a long time, lather this all-natural sunscreen all over your body! Also, you can add essential oils to this recipe that will protect against insects. Remember to lather after spending time in water! This sunscreen has not been tested for SPF, but it is about 24-30. Read more
Friday, July 25, 2014
Elizabeth Renter gives seven reasons why organic chocolate is a health food.
Many of us hold chocolate in high regard, if for no other reason than the taste—the decadent flavor and texture that makes you feel a rush of endorphins. But chocolate isn’t only good because of its taste. On the contrary, some of the best qualities of chocolate are actually health-related. Read more
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Monday, July 21, 2014
Dr. Joseph Mercola reveals how to improve your vision without surgery or corrective lenses.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful to be able to see clearly without glasses or contacts? According to Greg Marsh, a certified natural vision coach, clear vision is achievable by virtually everyone, even if you’re already wearing strong corrective lenses. Read more
Friday, July 18, 2014
A huge new study proves that organic foods are healthier and more nutritious.
The most comprehensive analysis ever performed comparing organic foods with those "conventionally" grown with synthetic pesticides and fertilizers has concluded that organic fruits and vegetables are not just less toxic but actually more nutritious than conventional produce. Read more
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Monday, July 14, 2014
Is vitamin C worth taking? Don't ask your doctor, says Bill Sardi.
According to one self-proclaimed authority, vitamin C therapy is nothing but health quackery. [Quackwatch.com] WebMD advises physicians that supplemental vitamin C is only marginally able to reduce symptoms and duration of the common cold. But the primary study referred to employed just 200 milligrams of vitamin C, barely enough to marginally raise blood levels of this essential vitamin. [WebMD June 20, 2012]
None of this negative science discouraged laboratory researchers in China however. They inoculated mice with influenza virus and then injected 3 milligrams of vitamin C per gram of body weight. (Laboratory rats weigh about 300-500 grams.) [University of Wisconsin] So these animals were injected with 900-1500 mg vitamin C. Read more
Friday, July 11, 2014
Regular exercise and a nutritious diet are the main keys to a healthy heart, but these five herbs can also help.
Toning the body is typically done by performing physical workouts. However, various herbs will work to strengthen, nourish, and support the body from the inside. There are 5 herbs for the healthy heart that every person should know. Read more
Wednesday, July 9, 2014
There are some simple ways that you can deal with acne by using ingredients that you probably have in your kitchen. Using a homemade acne face mask a few times each week can help improve the condition of your skin. Homemade face masks for acne often work just as well as, if not better than, the store-bought variety. To make an acne face mask all you need is a recipe and a few common ingredients..
Monday, July 7, 2014
Although we use it for cleaning, laundry detergent is full of hazardous chemicals, says Edward Group.
Doing the laundry is a simple, straightforward task for most people. However, have you actually thought about the chemicals contained in most laundry detergents? Most of this stuff doesn’t wash out in the rinse and can be absorbed into your body through your skin. Knowing what we are putting on our clothes, and in our body, can be incredibly important for protecting our health. Detergents, for example, contain chemicals that can contribute to skin irritation. Not only that, many commercial detergents may mimic hormones and disrupt endocrine function, a problem that influences reproduction, mood, and metabolism. Read more
Wednesday, July 2, 2014
Monday, June 30, 2014
Elizabeth Renter reveals seven ways to get a brighter smile, without nasty chemicals.
No one wants a yellow smile, but if you’ve paid attention over the last several years, smiles have gotten whiter and whiter. It’s not completely unusual these days to see a celebrity, newscaster, or other person overly-concerned with their appearance, to have teeth so white it’s completely distracting. Do you want a smile that “lights up the room”? No matter how white you want your teeth, there are plenty of natural teeth whitening home remedies for a beautiful smile. What’s more, teeth whitening at home is super easy. Read more
Friday, June 27, 2014
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Although breasts are made of fat, underneath the breasts are supporting muscles that can help to keep the chest from sagging. Chest exercises can build muscle in the pectorals, which will help to keep the breasts on top of them well-supported and perkier-looking. The breast themselves do not become bigger, but they look bigger because they're lifted by the chest muscles. The three exercises in his bust booster workout will lift and enhance your breasts.
Monday, June 23, 2014
Dr. Joseph Mercola says skipping breakfast is good for you - and for more reasons than just weight loss.
Contrary to popular belief, breakfast is not the most important meal of the day. In fact, omitting breakfast, as part of an intermittent fasting schedule, can have many important health benefits, from improving your insulin/leptin sensitivity to helping your body more effectively burn fat for fuel.
Longer bouts of fasting have also been shown to have potent health benefits, including the regeneration of your immune system, as demonstrated in recent research. Read more
Friday, June 20, 2014
Want whiter teeth? Eat dark chocolate, cheese, and strawberries, says a Beverly Hills dentist
Coffee and red wine are known offenders when it comes to staining teeth.
But did you know there are foods that can actually help whiten them?
Beverly Hills dentist Dr Harold Katz says dark chocolate, green tea and strawberries can all help.
And to get the best results, they should eaten first thing in the morning after plaque has built up on the teeth during the night.
Here, Dr Katz’s shares his top tips for naturally white teeth with MailOnline.... Read more
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Monday, June 16, 2014
Elizabeth Renter says that by eating certain foods you may be able to starve cancer.
There is little doubt that a healthy diet can help reduce your risk of cancer, but did you know that certain foods can assist in the annihilation of existing cancer cells as well, helping your body to fight off the potentially fatal disease? These foods encourage something called angiogenesis, and could hold the key to an anti-cancer diet.
Angiogenesis is the process of new blood vessels forming from existing vessels. Generally, it’s a good thing, but in the case of tumors, angiogenesis can be negative, feeding the cancer and advancing it. Read more
Friday, June 13, 2014
Black coffee drunk in moderation can stop tooth decay, a study shows.
If you like a strong cup of black coffee, your dentist has probably told you it is doing your teeth no favours.
But new research suggests that drunk in moderation, coffee can actually stop tooth decay.
Brazilian scientists have found that a certain type of coffee bean has an anti-bacterial property.
If it is drunk strong, black, without sugar, and in moderation, it could help keep teeth health. Read more
Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Monday, June 9, 2014
Can mushrooms really fight cancer? Yes! Here's how.
Mushrooms are unique when it comes to classifying them as a food source. Though many people might identify them as vegetables when pressed to categorize them, mushrooms are actually neither a plant nor an animal. Instead, they are a fungus, and one that has been prized for centuries for its properties that tend to lead to good health. Read more
Friday, June 6, 2014
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
Monday, June 2, 2014
Fingernail health can help diagnose possible diseases of the body, says Joshua Krause.
Imagine if you didn’t have access to the internet. What if you didn’t even have any medical or nutrition books to help guide you? And what if there wasn’t a doctor of any kind, for miles around? To compound these issues further, what if this hypothetical situation you’re in lasted for several years?
This is a major dilemma for Preppers, because we would no doubt face medical emergencies from time to time, especially from those conditions that are chronic in nature. It could be from a lack of nutrition, radiation, or chemicals slowly leaching into our environment from our eroding infrastructure. In any long term survival scenario, Preppers need a basic understanding of how to spot chronic conditions. There is often nothing more telling, than observing our fingernails. Read more
Friday, May 30, 2014
New research suggest that the spice turmeric may be an effective natural remedy for arthritis pain, says Elizabeth Renter.
Ibuprofen has a corner on the over-the-counter pain market, accounting for one-third of OTC analgesics in the U.S. But this popular pill has serious risks, having been definitively linked to heart disease in a study last year. Fortunately, there are alternatives, and new research suggests one of the best options may be the spice turmeric. Read more
Sarah Corriher reveals how to cure cavities naturally without submitting to dentistry.
While traveling to some of the most remote regions and cultures of the world, Dr. Weston A. Price discovered that some groups which had no access to traditional medicine had extremely low incidences of cavities. He discovered that the cultures which consumed foods that were high in fats and minerals had the best dental health. Some of those groups did not even brush their teeth. Read more
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
exercise program that shapes, lifts, and tones the glute muscles. If you are already following an exercise program, though, and want to speed up or improve your results, a butt enhancement wrap of fish oil and vitamin E may be just what you need to achieve your goal.
Monday, May 26, 2014
Gaye Levy lists fourteen essential oils for emergency use and survival.
The world is a scary place. It is not as though we are intentionally trying to live dangerously, it kind of, sort of just happens. I am being more than a little bit facetious when I say that because surely there is more to it than that. Sure, natural disasters happen without provocation or warning but there are dozens of other scary events that occur that are not-so-natural. Sickness, war, civil unrest, nuclear Armageddon – these things that are within our sphere of reality.
Rather than fear and cower at the thought of these disruptive and frightening events, we prepare. This is not by chance. If you are reading this than you recognize that being prepared and living a preparedness lifestyle is purposeful and intentional. It does not happen by accident and it does not happen without of bit of work coupled with time and resources. Read more
Friday, May 23, 2014
Dr. Joseph Mercola interviews Grain Brain’s David Perlmutter, MD, on fourteen strategies to avoid Alzheimer's.
An estimated 5.4 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease, a severe form of dementia,1 and hundreds of thousands more may suffer from an often misdiagnosed subtype called “hippocampal sparing” Alzheimer’s, according to recent findings.2
The most recent data3, 4 suggests that well over half a million Americans die from Alzheimer’s disease each year, making it the third leading cause of death in the US, right behind heart disease and cancer. Read more
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
If you have high blood pressure, medication is not the only treatment, according to Michael Ravensthorpe.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an estimated 67 million Americans – approximately one in three adults – suffer from hypertension, or high blood pressure. In 2009 alone, high blood pressure was the primary or contributing cause of almost 350,000 deaths in the United States, which averages at 1,000 deaths per day. The disorder is, in essence, an epidemic in the Western world.
Though high blood pressure can be triggered by stress and other external factors, a poor diet remains its single greatest cause. Therefore, consuming foods that are proven to contain significant cardiovascular benefits is a great way to prevent and treat the disorder naturally. The best of these foods are listed below. Read more
Monday, May 19, 2014
A new study discovered that both regular coffee and decaffeinated coffee reduce diabetes risk.
Americans are known to run on coffee. According to Bloomberg, about 83 percent of US adults drink the dark and delicious beverage, and that number is on the rise. But coffee isn’t only good for helping you wake up. On the contrary, even those who choose decaffeinated coffee could be experiencing some significant health benefits from the java. A new study suggests whether you choose regular or decaf, you could be reducing your risk of diabetes. Read more
Friday, May 16, 2014
Todd Walker reveals how to get natural relief from the painful, blistering rash from poison ivy, poison oak, and more.
pon·der – to think about or consider (something) carefullySpend any amount of time in the outdoors or in your yard, it’s very likely you’ll come in contact with this evil plant. It has successfully reduced men, women, and children to miserable, scratching beasts.Time in nature has a calming, rejuvenating effect on people… until they feel Nature’s revenge.
Over the years I’ve sought out home remedies to stop the painful, blistering rash caused by poison ivy. In my experience, some work, some don’t. In extreme cases, I’ve gotten steroid shots. Like the time I transferred the oil to my nether region while relieving myself in the woods – the week before getting married! An injection of steroids was my top priority. LOL! Read more
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Lisa Egan reveals the many new uses of coconut you might want to try.
“He who plants a coconut tree, plants food and drink, vessels and clothing, a home for himself and a heritage for his children.” ~ South Seas saying
Chances are, you pass right by an amazing, versatile, and nutritious item in your local market without giving it much thought – the coconut.
Commonly referred to as a fruit, a nut, or a seed, the furry-looking coconut is botanically classified as a drupe, which is a fruit with a hard covering enclosing the seed. Other drupes include peaches, plums, and cherries.
Coconuts are often called the “Tree of Life” because every part of the drupe and tree can be used. An ideal sustainable food crop, the roots, trunks, leaves, husks, fiber, fruit, water, sap, oil, milk and meat all are useful. The plant not only supplies food for millions of people, but also can be used to make skincare products, household cleaners, toys, instruments, furniture, housing, bowls, utensils, lighting fixtures, baskets, utility boxes, gardening planters, mattresses, draperies, upholstery, chicken feed, carbon-based water filters, and bio-diesel fuels. Read more
Wednesday, May 7, 2014
Dr. Joseph Mercola lists three simple and effective steps you can take to rid yourself of toxins and accumulated fat.
If you’re struggling with chronic health problems, chances are you’d greatly benefit from a detoxification program. But how does one go about it, safely and effectively? In this interview, Dr. George Yu answers this important question. A graduate of Tufts University Medical School, he did his surgical training at Harvard and Johns Hopkins. For the last 35 years, he’s been associated with George Washington University. Read more
Monday, May 5, 2014
Eating tuna fish was found to reduce the risk of depression by 25% - but only if you are a woman.
The secret to happiness could lie in something as simple as a tuna sandwich or cod and chips.
Eating fish can keep the blues at bay, according to a new study – but only in women.
Researchers discovered that having seafood on the menu at least twice a week reduces the risk of depression among females by 25 per cent.
However, for men, fish had no protective effect. Read more
Friday, May 2, 2014
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
If you suffer from spring allergies, try using one of these eight natural solutions instead of prescription drugs, which can even affect your libido.
For some people, allergy season begins as early as January, when cedars are pollinating. For most people, the prime season is spring (trees) or summer (grasses). It is not necessary to be crippled by pollen attacks. In our experience, the first natural solution offered below, even taken alone, will enable most people to put the problem behind them. Read more
Friday, April 25, 2014
Microwaves are convenient, but James Logie says you should never microwave five things.
You might want to think twice before going to heat up that plastic covered stew from last night.
Along with a fridge, stove and TV, I am pretty willing to bet you have a microwave in your home. That is a pretty safe bet as 95% of Americans own a microwave oven. Read more
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Beware blood pressure and cholesterol guidelines if you are over 60, says Dr. David Brownstein.
At age 70–or 60, 50 or even 40– should you have the same blood pressure that you had at age 20? Many conventional doctors and most of the Powers-That-Be feel that the answer to that question is “yes”. Conventional medicine loves to issue guidelines. They have issued guidelines concerning weight, lipid and blood sugar levels and blood pressure. New guidelines inevitably result in millions of new patients requiring millions of new prescriptions. Big Pharma loves new guidelines. Read more
Monday, April 21, 2014
You can get relief for your sneezing, itchy eyes, and runny nose naturally, says Tess Pennington.
Now that winter is behind us, the long-awaited season of spring brings with it rebirth, renewal – and allergies. When flowers, grasses and trees begin to set forth their blooms, our allergies show up. Congestion, sneezing and watery eyes are no way to enjoy the gifts that spring brings. Read more
Friday, April 18, 2014
3 Exercises for a Bigger Butt.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Monday, April 14, 2014
Mike Adams reveal why common mustard is one of the healthiest cancer-fighting foods you'll ever discover.
Most of the packaged, processed foods sold at the grocery store are sheer garbage, loaded with HFCS, MSG, aspartame and GMOs. There are some striking exceptions to this rule, however, and today I want to bring your attention to mustard. Read more
Friday, April 11, 2014
The best way to get a bigger butt is through exercise. In people who are fit, the size and shape of the butt is determined by the gluteal muscles or glutes, primarily the gluteus maximus and to a lessor extent, the gluteus medius and gluteus minimus. Although bodybuilders go to a gym and perform squats, dead lifts, and lunges to build and shape these muscles, here are three exercises to get a bigger butt that don't take nearly as much time or money.
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Monday, April 7, 2014
Dark chocolate fights weight gain, lowers blood sugar, and improves concentration, new research suggests.
It has long been maligned as a source of weight gain.
But chocolate could help prevent obesity and Type 2 diabetes, new research suggests.
Scientists found that an antioxidant in cocoa can prevent weight gain and help lower blood sugar levels.
The researchers say there is also evidence to suggest eating dark chocolate can improve thinking, decrease appetite and lower blood pressure. Read more
Friday, April 4, 2014
Lavender oil doesn't just smell good. It also had many healing properties.
Lavender oil is widely considered the most versatile of the essential oils, and is used to treat a wide range of ailments from burns to stress. It’s used to tr digestive problems; wounds and burns; depression, anxiety, and stress; respiratory issues; insomnia; insect bites; muscle pain and spasms; and inflammation. It can also be used as an insect repellent; lavender sachets placed in your closets and drawers will discourage moths, while diffusing the essential oil around doors and windows will keep out flies and mosquitoes, and blending it with a base oil and applying it to exposed skin will prevent mosquito bites. Read more
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Monday, March 31, 2014
Research suggests that low-carb, high-fat foods can drastically improve mental health. No wonder. This is the diet our ancestors ate.
They say you are what eat, and we all know the difference a better diet makes to our complexion and our waistlines. But what about our heads?
An increasing number of scientists are pointing to the Ketogenic diet – similar in nature to the low-carb, high-protein Atkins and Caveman meal plans, which have shown promising results in the treatment of depression and bipolar disorder. Read more
Friday, March 28, 2014
Statins increase breast cancer risk by 200%, according to a new study.
Why do one in seven women in the U.S. have breast cancer? Unfortunately, the Powers-That-Be are too busy prescribing chemotherapy, surgery and radiation instead of searching for the underlying reasons why so many U.S. women are suffering and dying with breast cancer. Unless we stop the flow of money to the Powers-That-Be, which includes the American Cancer Society and the Koman Foundation, there will never be progress made in this terrible illness.
Why do one in seven women have breast cancer? One reason is the use of synthetic hormones fed to animals and other synthetic hormones prescribed to women such as medroxyprogesterone including Provera. Another reason is statin medications. Read more
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Monday, March 24, 2014
Instead of taking an aspirin a day, here are seven heart-health alternatives from Paul Fassa.
This is a sequel to an earlier article that spelled out the problems with daily aspirin to help prevent heart attacks and strokes. The earlier article explained why the daily aspirin routine is not only ineffective, but it’s dangerous. It leads to a plethora of other problems and gastrointestinal issues while doubling the risk of strokes without reducing fatal heart attacks.
So here is a collection of natural heart-healthy protections that create positive side effects while boosting cardiac strength: Read more
Friday, March 21, 2014
Garlic is a natural remedy for what ails modern civilization, says Bill Sardi.
Every day we read or hear about some biological threat, whether it be from a potentially deadly strain of the flu virus, a prevalent pathogenic bacterium in foods like Campylobacter in uncooked chicken meat; or a seemingly safe FDA-approved drug that has been found to be unsafe like aspirin that induces bleeding gastric ulcers and brain hemorrhages; or pollutants in the air or water like the endemic fungus that causes Valley Fever or chlorine that decontaminates our tap water but increases risk for colon cancer; or toxic heavy metals like mercury or lead in our dental fillings and roadways; or parasitic germs like H. pylori, Candida albicans or Streptococcus that are commonly harbored in our own digestive tract.
Then there is aging itself with all of the chronic diseases it brings with it – circulatory problems, insidious decline in vision from cataracts, glaucoma and macular degeneration, as well as fatty liver, excessive sugar levels and numerous malignancies. Read more
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Monday, March 17, 2014
Among Dr. David Argus' surprising tips for longevity: strip naked and start your day with a cup of coffee.
Want to live a long and healthy life? Ditch those high heels, switch from fresh fruit to frozen — and take off all your clothes.
According to a new book by one of the world’s top cancer specialists, these small changes could dramatically increase your longevity. Here we reveal some of Dr David Agus’s surprising tips . . . Read more
Friday, March 14, 2014
Sugar is addictive, potentially harmful, and absolutely everywhere, but is sugar really a poison that should be kept out of vulnerable hands?
Recently an American doctor called Robert Lustig has been calling for laws that restrict sugar as if it were alcohol or tobacco. Like many people, I suspect, my initial reaction upon hearing this was: give me a break. Lustig, who thinks sugar is a dangerous poison, has considered several strategies. For instance, we could double the price of fizzy drinks, so children can’t afford them. We could get sweet shops to close in the afternoons, when children are going home from school. We could restrict the advertising of foods with added sugar.
We could even set an age limit for fizzy drinks, possibly 17, so younger kids can’t buy cans of Coke.
Dear me. Whatever next? It’s easy to understand the reasons for controlling tobacco and alcohol — these things are toxic and costly for everyone. If you smoke or get drunk, I end up paying your hospital bills; if you don’t smoke or drink, I pay less tax. So of course alcohol and tobacco should be restricted. Tobacco causes an array of diseases; alcohol can destroy your liver, and it also makes people shout and fight and vomit in the street. Both are addictive. Read more
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Use coconut oil for your lotion and feel amazing, says Joshua Rogers.
Stop using any and every random lotion under the sun to care for your skin. The things you rub into your skin will be absorbed, not only by your skin, but they enter your bloodstream as well.
We need to stop slathering our epidermis all over with a concoction of compounds, additives, and yes, toxins. Odds are, you are likely already getting way too much of those wonderful materials in the air you breathe or the foods that you consume. And in the event that you’re caring for a baby, you absolutely should be certain to work with as many natural items as you can. That soft infant skin is much more sensitive than our own!
The quantity of infant care goods out there on the market today is simply amazing. Numerous distinct brands, ingredients, and too many guarantees made. Read more
Monday, March 10, 2014
Pathogens in your mouth can cause big trouble in distant parts of your body, says Joseph Mercola.Good oral hygiene is even more important than previously thought. Pathogenic microorganisms and their toxins can harm more than just your mouth when they circulate through your bloodstream—they can potentially cause secondary infections and chronic inflammation throughout your body.
The fact that oral pathogens can make their way to distant parts of your anatomy and cause serious problems has been known for many years.
Even dentists would agree that bacteria can pass from your gums into your bloodstream and on to your heart, which is why some still prescribe oral antibiotics to a few select patients with a particularly high risk for endocarditis, particularly if they have gingivitis.1
But it appears that the rare case of endocarditis is only the tip of the iceberg. Several studies now show that these oral pathogens—viruses as well as bacteria—may be linked to certain cancers, making it even more important to do take every step possible to ensure your teeth and gums stay healthy. Read more
Friday, March 7, 2014
Once demonized, eggs are a perfect source of protein and choline..
The second half of the twentieth century was not kind to eggs. The 1950s in particular were a time when eggs were demonized due to their high fat content, which pioneering nutritionists – notably Ancel Keys, developer of the notorious “lipid hypothesis“ – believed would raise cholesterol and contribute towards coronary heart disease. Today, however, we understand that fatty whole foods like eggs are an essential component of a healthy diet, particularly when they come from sustainable, organic sources. In fact, eggs have been a staple breakfast for people in many cultures for centuries. These people understood that if an egg contained enough nutrients to nourish an entire chick, then those same nutrients could nourish us to a similar extent – and studies now confirm that this is true. Read more
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Clean out the toxins that are storing fat in your body, says Margaret Durst.
Detoxification is a basic natural health solution. It is particularly important in this day and age when toxic chemicals are in our homes, our food, our air and our water – and of course, spring is a great time to think about cleaning.
A toxin is a substance that creates irritating and/or harmful effects to the body. Toxins tend to overwhelm our bodies and undermine our health over time. Signs of toxicity include lack of energy, forgetfulness, insomnia, digestive problems, arthritis and other joint related problems, bad breath or offensive body odor, acne, allergies, colitis, lower back pain, depression, neurological problems, etc. Read more
Monday, March 3, 2014
Joseph Mercola says that eighty percent of strokes are preventable and gives six ways to lower your risk.
The health benefits of exercise cannot be overstated. And while diet accounts for about 80 percent of the health benefits you reap from a healthy lifestyle, exercise works in a synergistic manner with proper nutrition to truly optimize your health.
Exercise benefits such as preventing obesity and diabetes, reducing stress, and lowering your blood pressure are among the most obvious. Maintaining a fitness regimen can also go a long way toward warding off a stroke, as all of these factors also affect your stroke risk. Read more
Friday, February 28, 2014
Don't suffer from sinus infection - or antibiotics. Mike Barrett gives four natural remedies for sinus infection treatment.
Sinus infections seem to be extremely prevalent, with an estimated 29.8 million adults suffering from sinusitis in 2010 (and that figure does not include children). What’s more, many individuals who experience sinus infections seem to suffer from the health issue repeatedly as years go by. Not surprisingly, antibiotics are prescribed all too often for this condition – with around 20% of all antibiotic prescriptions going toward sinus infection treatment. Read more