Monday, May 30, 2016

Vegetarian Diet Raises Risk of Cancer, Heart Disease

Long-term vegetarian diets change human DNA and raise the risk of cancer and heart disease, say scientists .
Long term vegetarianism can lead to genetic mutations which raise the risk of heart disease and cancer, scientists have found.

Populations who have had a primarily vegetarian diet for generations were found to be far more likely to carry DNA which makes them susceptible to inflammation. Read more

Friday, May 27, 2016

Eating Too LITTLE Salt May INCREASE Your Risk of a Heart Attack or Stroke

Here's another example of the "scientific consensus" being wrong:  A new study found that eating too little salt could increase the risk of a heart attack or stroke. This would not have surprised our ancestors, just as the recent findings that low-fat diets are unhealthy would not have.
It has long been held that a diet high in salt is dangerous to the heart, raising the risk of heart attack and stroke.

But, in a dramatic U-turn, the scientific evidence has suggested the opposite can also be true.

A global study has found that contrary to past belief, low-salt diets may not be beneficial.

Rather, they can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease and death, compared with average salt consumption. Read more

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

How Does Breast Massage Make Breasts Bigger?

Large, full breasts are considered a sign of female beauty, so it's no wonder many girls and women will go any length to get a bigger bust. A curvy figure not only increases confidence and self-esteem, but it also makes a woman more appealing to her partner. Though breast augmentation surgery is popular because of its instant results, natural breast enlargement is a safe and inexpensive alternative to going under the knife. One natural breast enlarggement mehod that you can try is breast massage. Massaging your breasts will increase the flow of blood in the breast area, improve the appearance of the breasts, and stimulate breast growth.

Monday, May 23, 2016

Can Eye Yoga Improve Your Vision?

Eye yoga, which involves stretching, blinking, and warming the eyes regularly, may help to promote better vision
Before starting a workout, I stretch - as one must. I sit and close my eyes, then open them and move my eyeballs up and down and side to side. After a few minutes, I pop my hands over my face. That's my exercise done. The day can begin.

Sound a bit odd? Not as much as you might think. I'm tapping into a new trend for working out the eyes, known as eye yoga.

Potential benefits are said to be incredible. It is believed to relieve eye dryness, eye strain - suffered by up to 90 per cent of computer users - and alleviate the itchiness of hay fever. Some suggest workouts can improve long or short-sightedness - though experts do not age. Read more.

Friday, May 20, 2016

Combat Anxiety with This Simple Breathing Technique

Combat anxiety with this simple breathing technique that claims to calm you down in SECONDS.
Whether it’s the thought of giving a presentation at an important office meeting or getting frustrated sat in a queue of traffic, stress has become an unwelcome part of every day life.

As the heart races, nerves tremble and palms of the hands become increasingly sweaty, increasing anxieties can result in a full-blown panic attack.

But a simple breathing technique could help calm the nerves in seconds – by ‘fooling’ the body into thinking it is relaxed. Read more

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Monday, May 16, 2016

Niacin for Healthy Hearts and Minds

Niacin is a key nutrient for health hearts, minds, and skin, says Thomas Corriher.
The need for niacin (vitamin B-3) is often marginalized, even amongst the health conscious. Multivitamins and B-complex supplements typically contain only negligible amounts of it. Although ensuring an adequate intake of niacin should be paramount considering that about one out of every three people die from heart disease in the industrialized world, and clinical depression effects about one in every ten adults.

Niacin is an essential nutrient that we typically do not get enough of through our diets, due to depleted soils and processed foods. It is found in dairy products, poultry, fish, lean meats, and nuts. Niacin is vital for the proper digestion of foods, as well as maintaining nerve health and repair. It likewise maintains healthy skin. Read more

Saturday, May 14, 2016

A Beer a Day Keeps Heart Attacks Away

A new study has found that even one beer a day can reduce the risk of heart attack by a quarter.
On a sunny day, there is nothing as delicious as a cool, crisp beer.

And drinking a pint a day is good for the heart, a study has found.

While binge drinking is known to harm our health, moderate consumption reduces the risk of heart and blood vessel diseases by a quarter, researchers discovered.

The team, from the IRCCS Mediterranean Neurological Institute, Pozzilli, said the alcohol and other chemicals in the drink reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke and artery disease. Read more

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

The Science Behind Natural Breast Enlargement

For centuries, women around the world have used natural methods to increase their breast size. At the time, they didn't now how these methods worked. They just did, so they used them. Nowadays, though, the science behind natural breast enlargement is well-known. Four different hormones can enable women to grown bigger breasts naturally.

Monday, May 9, 2016

The Vitamins You Need for Flawless Skin

If you want to have flawless skin - and who doesn't - you may need to add these nutrients to your skin care regime, experts say.
While you may be getting enough vitamins from your fruit and vegetables, you may not know the benefits of having these nutrients in your skincare regime.

Experts say that it is essential to feed your skin in order to get a healthy glow.

Knowing what vitamins to look out for when choosing skincare products could make your beauty routine more effective. Read more

Friday, May 6, 2016

10 Aloe Vera Uses You Probably Never Heard Of

Everyone has heard of aloe vera, but Dr. Edward Group reveals ten uses for the plant that you may not have heard of.
Aloe vera, also known as Aloe barbadensis, has been a staple for thousands of years in many cultures around the world. Today, it’s used in lotions, ointments, creams, sunburn remedies, and cosmetics, among other things. Traditional uses for aloe vera include soothing burns, moisturizing skin, and healing small wounds. Many people even apply it to reduce the appearance of acne. Aloe vera offers a wide range of nutritional benefits that support more than just skin health. Let’s take a look at some other uses you may not know about. Read more

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Can Eating More Garlic Improve Your Sex Life?

A new study suggests that eating more garlic can improve a man's sex life.
I love eating garlic. I love having sex with my wife.

But I never imagined that a lot of the first might get me more of the second.

In one study from Prague, women rated the odor of guys who gobbled garlic as more attractive and pleasant and less intense than that of men who ate none. Read more

Monday, May 2, 2016

Cutting Sugar Improves Children's Health in Just 10 Days

Without any other dietary change, cutting sugar improves children's health in just ten days, according to a new study.
Although it may sound like a bad infomercial, a study financed by the National Institutes of Health has shown that cutting added sugar in children’s diets can improve their overall health incredibly quickly. Read more