Monday, June 29, 2015

How to Sweep Away Dangerous Arterial Plaque

Dr. Mercola reveals the missing nutrient vital to heart and bone health.
Most everyone, including many conventional physicians, have begun to appreciate the importance and value of vitamin D. Few, however, recognize the importance of vitamin K2, which is nearly as important as vitamin D.

Dr. Dennis Goodman,1 who was born in South Africa and trained at the University of Cape Town, has multiple board certifications in cardiology (and several subspecialties) and holistic integrative medicine.

After his internship at the Grootte Schuur Hospital—where Dr. Christian Barnard did the first heart transplant in 1967—he came to the US, where he did his cardiology fellowship at the at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, where Dr. Michael DeBakey performed the first bypass surgery. Read more

Friday, June 26, 2015

Simple Kidney Cleanses

If you've ever known anyone who had to undergo kidney dialysis, you know that it's no fun. Robert Harrington reveals simple ways to keep your kidneys clean and healthy.
Kidney cleanses have been utilized since ancient times to keep the kidneys free of calcium deposits. These calcium accumulations can sometimes increase to the size of a kidney stone. You’ll usually know when you have a kidney stone because the pain can be excruciating. Thankfully, both kidney cleanses and consuming essential foods for kidney health are sound ways to prevent complications.

The kidneys are very delicate organs which filter the blood — 24/7 — over the course of a lifetime. Therefore, it really helps to conduct a regular cleanse either by way of one’s diet or through the use of a formal herbal cleanse program. The herbal cleanse is designed to gently dissolve the calcium deposits and other accumulations which can build up. Read more

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

The Link Between Type 2 Diabetes and Obesity


There are two kinds of diabetes, type 1 diabetes and also type 2 diabetes. The first kind is additionally called juvenile diabetes and also is usually diagnosed in childhood. It is the body's cells as well as the pancreas' inability to create adequate amounts of the hormone insulin. In type 2 diabetic issues there is not enough insulin produced for the physical body, or the body is not making proper use of the insulin that is available.

Monday, June 22, 2015

Ditch the Chemical Sunscreen

Our ancestors protected themselves against sun damage without chemical sunscreen for thousands of Years. Edward Group reveals the secret to protecting your skin without slathering on dangerous chemicals.
Nothing beats the feeling of pure, warm sunlight on your skin, especially after a cold and dreary winter. We often take for granted the life-giving power of the sun and completely ignore its many health benefits. On one hand, sun helps us to produce vitamin D, a hormone necessary for bone health and optimal immune function; on the other, too much sunlight can also cause deleterious effects on skin elasticity and function, aggressively facilitating the early signs of aging. Having these extreme oppositions means we need to find a balance between getting enough and avoiding damage resulting from overexposure. And, regardless of what you may have heard in the past, this doesn’t always have to require the use of sunscreen. Read more

Friday, June 19, 2015

Cat Videos Are Good for Your Health, Says Science

This has to be the most effortless way to improve your health ever!
If you’re one of the millions of people who enjoy watching cats doing the damndest things online, you’re not alone. And now researchers are saying that the warm “aaawww” feelings you have from viewing a fuzzy feline in action can actually have a positive effect on your life.  Read more

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

The Type 2 Diabetes Epidemic

Type 2 diabetes is a chronic disease in which there is a abnormally high level of glucose in the blood. Type 2 diabetes is the most common type of diabetes.With obesity levels rising to all time highs, the type 2 diabetes epidemic is increasing at an alarming rate. From 2001 and 2002, the incidence of diabetes went from 5.5 percent of Americans to a 6.5 percent in just one year!

Monday, June 15, 2015

Half a Handful of Nuts a Day Can Prevent Early Death

A study has found that eating a half a handful of nuts a day cuts the risk of dying of major diseases.
Snacking on just half a handful of nuts a day can cut the risk of dying from a string of major diseases, a new study reveals.

Researchers found that eating at least 10g of nuts or peanuts per day led to a lower risk of dying from respiratory disease, such as asthma and emphysema, and neurodegenerative diseases, which includes dementia.

It also reduced the risk of diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular diseases, which include heart attacks and strokes. Read more

Saturday, June 13, 2015

Natural Remedies Listed in 50 Top Home Remedies Blogs for 2015

 Natural Remedies has been included in the "50 Top Home Remedies Blogs for 2015" list!
Over time I have encountered many bloggers who are freely sharing amazing remedy tips and resources. Whenever I need a solution, I use my personal list of go-to home remedy blogs for information and inspiration. Because it has been such a valuable resource for me, I decided to share my current top list (in no specific order) with you. So here goes! Read more

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

How to Do a Liver Cleanse

The liver is the only organ that can completely rejuvenate itself, but it can't do it without help. Learn how to do a liver cleanse to detoxify your liver.

Monday, June 8, 2015

17 Easy Ways to Live Longer

Make these little changs today and be fitter, healthier, and happier tomorrow.
“Is that you, Daddy?”

It was a good question, from my youngest daughter, who stumbled across my corporate I.D. card in my wallet. The picture was taken in 2003, right after I started at Men’s Health.

She was asking the question not because I looked 8 years younger, but because I looked 20 pounds heavier.

“It’s me, sweetie,” I said.

She looked at the picture inquisitively. The 2015 version of me isn’t all that different from the guy on the I.D. card, and yet she hardly recognized me. In short: Read more

Friday, June 5, 2015

Are High Heels Making Your Breasts Sag?

Did you know that your shoes could be making your breasts sag? Yes, that's right - your shoes.
Yes, we've all been told to "sit up straight"—or suffer the consequences of poor posture. But that's just not a particularly scary warning. So let us explain it in a way that's a little more specific: a bent spine might mean saggy breasts.

Did that get your attention? Read more

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

5 Simple Tricks to Make Your Breasts Look Bigger


Natural breast enlargement works and is much safer and less expensive than breast augmentation surgery. It has one disadvantage though: it takes some time. If you're one of those women who wants a bigger bust yesterday, what can you do in the meantime? What if you have photos or a special occasion coming up soon? Fortunately, there are some tricks you can use to make your breast appear larger while you're waiting for them to grow for real. Here are five simple tricks to make your breasts look bigger.

Monday, June 1, 2015

5 Ways to Build a Younger Brain

New research can now identify markers of diseases like Alzheimer's much earlier than ever before. Learn how to protect yourself starting today.
When a recent Northwestern University study discovered the hallmark Alzheimer’s proteins in the brains of 20 year olds, many wondered: Is brain health a younger person's concern?

After all, these are the youngest human brains to date in which amyloids, the signature proteins, have been found. And while the majority of people impacted by dementia and Alzheimer’s are older than 65, experts will tell you that taking action now could help prevent damage down the line.

You may have more control than you realize, says Gary Small, M.D., author of Two Weeks to a Younger Brain: “The brain is sensitive to stimulation from moment to moment—if we are engaging certain neural circuits, they strengthen—if we neglect others, we don’t give the brain the opportunity to strengthen,” Small says. “But whether that impacts one’s risk of Alzheimer’s, we just don’t know.” Read more