The trendy superfood ‘red dates’ from Asia kill cancer cells in the lab, new research suggests.
Jujube fruits, which are known as red dates due to them looking similar to the Middle-Eastern staple, programme lung, breast and prostate cancer cells to commit suicide, a study published in the journal Food & Function found.
Red dates are thought to trigger cancer cell death by causing 'internal stress' in tumours, according to researchers from the Royal Society of Chemistry. Read more
Friday, July 13, 2018
Red dates kill cancer cells, according to a recent study. At worst it's one of those things that can't hurt and might help.
Wednesday, July 11, 2018
If you haven't heard about dry brushing, find out what it is and how to do it to improve your health.
Have you heard of dry brushing? The name basically explains what it is — you use a dry brush to, well, brush yourself. Now you may be asking why on earth someone would brush themselves, but hear us out, it has many benefits.
The main benefit to dry brushing your body is to increase blood circulation and lymphatic flow. If you don’t know, the lymphatic system is a network of tissues and organs that help transport metabolic waste out of the body. The lymphatic system includes the thymus gland, lymph nodes, spleen, liver, and tonsils. Read more
Monday, July 9, 2018
Is your brain getting enough blood flow? Here are seven natural ways to improve brain circulation.
It’s no secret that the brain does a lot of work. Since this little part of our body is responsible for ensuring that everything works just fine, it’s important to make sure that it gets an adequate amount of blood flow day in and out. Accomplishing this isn’t even as complicated as it sounds and here’s how you can do it: Read more
Friday, July 6, 2018
Eating a handful of almonds, hazelnuts, and walnuts every day increases sperm production by nearly 20 percent, according to researchers.
Eating a handful of almonds, hazelnuts and walnuts every day boosts men’s sperm production, new research suggests.
Just a 60g daily serving of the mixed nuts improves their sperm count by 16 per cent, a Spanish study found today. Read more
Monday, July 2, 2018
Friday, June 29, 2018
Former vegan Lierre Keith explains why she wrote her book The Vegetarian Myth..
CHAPTER 1: Why This Book?
This was not an easy book to write. For many of you, it won’t be an easy book to read. I know. I was a vegan for almost twenty years. I know the reasons that compelled me to embrace an extreme diet and they are honorable, ennobling even. Reasons like justice, compassion, a desperate and all-encompassing longing to set the world right. To save the planet—the last trees bearing witness to ages, the scraps of wilderness still nurturing fading species, silent in their fur and feathers. To protect the vulnerable, the voiceless. To feed the hungry. At the very least to refrain from participating in the horror of factory farming.
These political passions are born of a hunger so deep that it touches on the spiritual. Or they were for me, and they still are. I want my life to be a battle cry, a war zone, an arrow pointed and loosed into the heart of domination: patriarchy, imperialism, industrialization, every system of power and sadism. If the martial imagery alienates you, I can rephrase it. I want my life—my body—to be a place where the earth is cherished, not devoured; where the sadist is granted no quarter; where the violence stops. And I want eating—the first nurturance—to be an act that sustains instead of kills. Read more
Wednesday, June 27, 2018
Dr. Edward Group examines why vitamin B12 is so essential to your health.
Vitamin B-12 is an essential vitamin, which means the human body cannot make its own and must obtain it through food, supplementation, or, in some cases, prescription medication. Known primarily as the “energy vitamin,” this vitally important nutrient plays a role in numerous bodily functions and is a cofactor and catalyst “helper” compound in certain enzymatic processes. Aside from those functions, virtually every cell in your body needs vitamin B-12. Read more
Monday, June 25, 2018
Coffee is beginning to rival cannabis for the number of its health benefits.
Pensioners should drink four cups of coffee a day to protect and repair their heart muscle, research suggests.
Levels of caffeine, equivalent to drinking four cups of coffee, could help to protect healthy blood vessels and repair the heart after a heart attack, a study claims. Read more
Friday, June 22, 2018
You probably already know that aloe vera is good for burns, but it also has numerous other health benefits.
Do you have an aloe vera plant sitting on your kitchen window sill or on your patio? If you do, it is likely you use it for when you burn yourself on a hot pot or get a little too much sun. These are the top reasons people turn to this attractive succulent, and there is good reason for it! Read more
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
If you know someone who is suffering from depression, urge to check any medications they are taking against this list. They could be the problem.
[....] More than 1 in 3 Americans regularly take a medication linked to an increase in depression. Common treatments such as proton pump inhibitors (for acid reflux), beta blockers, anxiety medications, OTC painkillers, ACE inhibitors (for high blood pressure) and anticonvulsant medications can cause or increase depression.
Are you taking any of these medications linked to depression? Read more
Monday, June 18, 2018
Dr. Joseph Mercola reveals how activating your body's cell repair processes can improve your health and well-being.
Naomi Whittel is the former CEO of Twinlab and has written an interesting book about how to achieve radiant health by activating your body’s natural autophagy processes. In “Glow 15: A Science-Based Plan to Lose Weight, Revitalize Your Skin, and Invigorate Your Life,” she shares a number of valuable strategies for doing this naturally. Her deep-rooted interest in healthy living was an outgrowth of her lifelong struggle with eczema, an autoimmune deficiency. Read more
Friday, June 15, 2018
Higher vitamin D levels cut colorectal cancer risk by 31%, according to a major international study.
Higher vitamin D levels significantly drive down colorectal cancer risk, a large new international study has found.
The vitamin, found in fatty fish and sunshine, was found to strengthen resistance to stomach tumors by blocking a common gateway that cancer cells pass through - and it was most protective in women.
The report, led by the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, adds weight to a long-suspected theory which, until now, had not been proven. Read more
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
testimonials and studies attest to the fact that it is possible to enlarge your breasts through the power of the mind. Meditation may seem rather mysterious and complicated to some people, but it is basically quite simple and easy. Just follow these five steps:
Monday, June 11, 2018
Dr. Michael Mosley says low-carb diets do work and explains why.
I have recently returned from a trip to Taiwan where everyone seemed obsessed by the Keto Diet. For those not familiar, this diet, favoured by celebrities such as Kim Kardashian and Megan Fox, is a high-fat, very low-carb regime. Read more
Friday, June 8, 2018
Sara Lipton reveals how colloidal silver helps heal your body and control antibiotic resistant superbugs.
Colloidal silver is most known for its antimicrobial properties. But there are many other uses for it as well, and we’ve composed this handy guide to help you understand how to get the most out of colloidal silveColloidal silver is most known for its antimicrobial properties. But there are many other uses for it as well,r while using it safely to avoid argyria. Read more
Wednesday, June 6, 2018
Wednesday, May 30, 2018
A study found that acupressure is effective for reducing menstrual pain.
Can acupressure achieve a sustained reduction in menstrual pain? Is an app-based self-care program particularly attractive to young women? These questions addressed in a new study by researchers from Charité -- Universitätsmedizin Berlin, the results of which have been published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Read more
Friday, May 25, 2018
Comedian George Carlin once asked, "When did we get so thirsty?" Eight glasses of water a day, as your grandmother prescribed, is probably plenty for most people most of the time.
NFL star Tom Brady and Riverdale actress Madelaine Petsch both sparked controversy this year as each attributed their peak physique to drinking excessive amounts of water.
Scores of nutritionists and doctors reacted, warning that is a sure-fire way for most of us, who do not work out professionally, to develop a sodium deficiency.
Now, a new study shows yet another caveat. Read more
Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Can eating avocados help prevent breast cancer? Sounds like something that cant hurt and might help.
Sixty percent of Americans claim they have avocados on their favorite foods list. Odds are, you probably do too! But did you know that avocados may also be protective against reproductive cancers like breast cancer as well?
Avocatin B and Carotenoids in Avocados Fight Cancer
Avocados have dozens of benefits for health, not the least of which is the presence of phytonutrients which can target cancer cells. Read more
Monday, May 21, 2018
It's amazing that something so simple and easy can be so beneficial.
While a regimented fitness routine is certainly part of a healthy lifestyle, what you do outside the gym is equally important. Most adults spend 10 hours or more each day sitting, and research1,2 shows this level of inactivity cannot be counteracted with a workout at the end of the day. To maintain health, you really need mild but near-continuous movement throughout your waking hours. Read more
Friday, May 18, 2018
Scientists have discovered the key to avoiding dementia.
Playing a musical instrument or learning another language could protect against dementia, according to research.
Scientists found that the process of learning as an adult trains the brain to become more efficient. Read more
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Monday, May 14, 2018
A dcotor says that broccoli is the only vegetable you need to eat.
A GP has described broccoli as a 'life saver'.
According to TV Dr Rangan Chatterjee, who has appeared on the BBC programme Doctor in the House, if people are going to eat any vegetable, broccoli should be the one they opt for. Read more
Friday, May 11, 2018
Don't use artificial sweeteners. Again and again they have been shown to make you fat and sick, according to Dr. Joseph Mercola.
If you’re still holding out hope that science will eventually prove artificial sweeteners to be beneficial, or at the very least harmless, you’re likely to be disappointed. Again and again, research shows no-calorie sweeteners such as aspartame and sucralose cause the same problems as excess sugar, and then some. Read more
Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Emily Lunardo reveal how to prevent arthritis in the hands with exercise and natural remedies.
Hand arthritis can be prevented with exercise and natural remedies. Arthritis is a condition that causes inflammation of the joints. The most common form of arthritis is osteoarthritis, which wears out the protective cartilage found between the joints. When cartilage is worn down it allows the bones to rub together, leading to deformities and structural changes. Read more
Monday, May 7, 2018
If you're doing everything right, but still feel wrong, you may need to detox heavy metals from your body
In an age where millions of people are flocking to the internet and seminars to discover the latest about health because they feel doctors may not be up to date, The Medical Medium stands out as a popular go to for many. Read more.
Friday, May 4, 2018
Dr. Joseph Mercola says that these ten common hygiene habits actually do more harm than good.
An article featured in Reader’s Digest1 called out a number of so-called “healthy” hygiene practices that actually do more harm than good. Given the condensed nature of their commentary and the many misconceptions involved with these particular areas of hygiene, I would like to elaborate on some of them. You are probably aware that many commercial personal care products, such as bubble bath and hand sanitizer, are laced with harmful chemicals that can potentially damage your health.
But, what’s your view on brushing your teeth right after a meal, cleaning your ears, douching or exfoliating? Are those widespread practices helping or hurting you? If you’re not sure, let’s take a closer look at popular hygiene routines that may be wreaking havoc on your health. Below are 10 hygiene habits that do more harm than good. Read more
Wednesday, May 2, 2018
A recent study suggests that drinking a minimum of three cups of coffee daily may clean out your arteries.
Coffee is a widely consumed beverage, and several studies have explored its health benefits like supporting liver health. But can coffee help unclog arteries?
When your arteries become clogged as a result of cholesterol, it can be dangerous for your heart. Not only does your heart have to work harder to circulate blood, but in some cases, the clog can break off and find its way elsewhere in the body such as the lungs or brain. Read more
Monday, April 30, 2018
Bill Sardi says researchers have found that baking soda cures a wide range of ailments.
The three trillion-dollar income stream produced by the medical industrial complex is about to come demolished by a home remedy – baking soda. Buy stock in Arm & Hammer. (Church & Dwight Co. Ltd.)
Now for the details: Read more
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Chocolate bars with more than 70% cacao do wonders for your brain, heart, and immune system, and the benefits increase the higher you go
The darkest chocolate bars on the market are the best for your health, new research has found.
Scores of studies have shown dark chocolate is boosts the immune system, heart health and memory, but this is the first to look at how those effects change depending on the type of bar you’re eating. Read more
Wednesday, April 25, 2018
herbs and breast massage will always be the foundation for any effective program. That doesn't necessarily mean that's all you should do, however. These three weird tricks can boost your bust without requiring much time or effort.
Monday, April 23, 2018
Anna McGee reveals which teas can make you healthier, happier, and slimmer.
Brits are known for reaching for a cup of tea to fix anything.
The phrase ‘tea and sympathy’ has even made it into the Macmillan dictionary as shorthand for providing support and kindness for someone who is upset or in trouble.
While the many benefits of black and green tea are well documented, from boosting metabolism to anti-ageing, herbal teas too, may also come with benefits. Read more
Friday, April 20, 2018
What is the best sleep position to avoid back pain?
SLEEP position can cause back pain, arthritis joint pain and can improve your snoring. The way you lie in bed can say a lot about your overall health, and how easily you find it to get to sleep.
Getting enough sleep is crucial for the body to function properly, according to the NHS.
About one in three people in the UK suffer from poor sleep.
Sleep deprivation can lead to feeling grumpy, and not performing at your best. Read more
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
What organ suffers the most from a poor diet? The answer may surprise you.
By now, the majority of us realize that having a poor diet and lifestyle is directly related to our overall health. In many ways, healthy eating has become somewhat trendy as people are starting to understand that they do indeed have control over their own health and are ready to take responsibility for their lives. Read meor
Monday, April 16, 2018
Dr. Edward Group shares four health benefits of the practice of sun gazing.
I recently saw the feature length documentary, Eat the Sun, and was inspired to explore the practice of sungazing.
The practice of sungazing closely resembles its name. At sunrise and/or sunset, when the sun is closest to the earth, sungazers stand barefoot on the earth and look directly at the sun for 10 seconds. Every day, 10 seconds are added and some sungazers eventually reach a duration of 44 minutes. Read more
Friday, April 13, 2018
To make your feet stronger and avoid foot problem, try going barefoot more often, says Jessica Dolores.
Ever wondered why your feet are killing you, even if you don’t have a sprain, or any sign of injury? It could be because you’ve been wearing closed shoes the whole day, and your feet have no chance to “breathe.” A new study by Harvard University researchers Nicholas Holowka and Daniel E. Liebermann showed that flat foot, which hampers movement because of reduced stiffness in the longitudinal arch (LA), is rare among people who go barefoot regularly. Read more
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Monday, April 9, 2018
The biggest thing in natural health is a plant-based remedy for anxiety, depression - and much more.
Berberine — a yellow-colored alkaloid compound found in several different plants, including European barberry, goldenseal, goldthread, Oregon grape and tree turmeric — has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antiproliferative, antidiarrheal, antineoplastic, antidiabetic and immune-enhancing1 properties. It has a long history of use in traditional medicine, including traditional Chinese medicine, and many of its historical uses now have scientific backing. Read more
Friday, April 6, 2018
Good blood circulation is essential to good health. These simple exercises and yoga poses can help keep the blood flowing.
Poor circulation is often the result of living a sedentary lifestyle. A very easy and natural way to get your circulation going once again is to boost your activity level. If you work at an occupation where you are sitting for a prolonged period, that too can make your circulation sluggish. Read more
Wednesday, April 4, 2018
Here are some hiccup cures that work, but no one wants to try. Breathing into a paper bag, swallowing sugar, and sipping vinegar are some of the weird ways to get rid of hiccups.
For most of us, hiccups are merely a temporary and occassionally embarrassing inconvenience that passes within minutes.
But in a small minority of cases, they can last for days — even months. Last year, prolonged hiccups were among the 22,000 ‘potentially trivial’ incidents seen in A&E, according to NHS statistics.
While this might initially sound like a waste of hospital time, such hiccupping may indicate a deeper medical problem — which is why the NHS recommends people seek medical advice if their hiccups last for more than 48 hours. Read more
Monday, April 2, 2018
Being dehydrated caa make you feel sick, tired, and grumpy, says Dr. Joseph Mercola.
Have you ever been so busy you neglected to drink even a sip or two of water for an extended period, then suddenly realized you were incredibly thirsty and in need of a long drink? By replenishing your body’s water supply when it tells you you’re thirsty, you can often stave off dehydration. In fact, typically your body’s physiologic thirst mechanism is triggered before you’re dehydrated, giving you a chance to rehydrate before it’s too late. Read more
Wednesday, March 28, 2018
The vaccine industry is worried sick, so to speak, about a natural remedy that makes their products unnecessary.
Here’s why vaccines are unnecessary: They are merely given purportedly to immunize against or shall it be said ‘prevent’ certain diseases, most of which are rarely fatal in first world countries. These are mostly transitory viral conditions. There are safer, less invasive answers.
Wild oregano oil (p73) is the key alternative. If it is from a truly wild source, then, it can be taken aggressively: as much as needed. Yet, for the typically immunized conditions only a modest amount is necessary, for instance, for chicken pox, measles, and mumps: like a few drops several times daily.
Wild oregano oil can also be rubbed topically on the feet, shins, and upper chest. It can even be used topically on newborns and infants. Babies and toddlers can take a tiny amount internally, like a drop or two twice daily. In this regard it is far safer than all standard drugs, like antibiotics, cough syrups, and even infant vitamins. – Dr Cass Ingram Researcher, Speaker & Author of 34 books Read more
Monday, March 26, 2018
Getting older does not mean that dementia is inevitable. These seventeen surprising home remedies can help prevent dementia in the elderly.
Some of the most effective home remedies for dementia include the use of ginseng, salvia, turmeric, ginkgo, fish oil, bananas, cinnamon extract, vitamin B12, coconut oil, club moss, berries, almonds, pumpkin, leafy greens, beans, and kale, as well as behavior changes, including breaking routine, creative stimulation, meditation, and aromatherapy. Read more
Friday, March 23, 2018
Plagued by insomnia? These eleven foods have been scientifically proven to help you sleep.
It’s official, Brits don’t sleep enough.
Recent research found a staggering 38 per cent of Brits are not getting enough sleep with women aged 35-44 affected the worst.
The survey, conducted by life insurance company Aviva looked at the sleep habits of 14 countries globally and found Britons were the worst sleepers.
People have been using food and herbs for centuries to help them nod off trying everything from cups of hot milk to camomile tea. Read more
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Soaked chia seeds provide a multitude of health benefits, including supercharging your metabolism, says Geary Andrew.
Good things come in small packages – the same is true of chia seeds which are extremely good and power packed with nutrients and minerals. Chia seeds have gained in popularity in recent years due to the many health benefits that can be gained by eating them on a regular basis. These seeds can easily be incorporated into your diet by doing things like mixing them into your yogurt at breakfast, adding them to a post-workout smoothie. Read more
Monday, March 19, 2018
For women who want to boost their libido, Svetlana Ivanova reveals the ten best natural aphrodisiacs for women.
A healthy sex life helps nurture love and intimacy in relationships. For centuries, women have tried to find substances that can enhance their libido and bring back pleasure to their sex lives. Aphrodisiacs are substances that help to stimulate sex drive and make sex more pleasurable. The word aphrodisiac comes from Aphrodite, who is the Greek goddess of love and sexuality. These are the ten best natural aphrodisiacs for women: Read more
Friday, March 16, 2018
Keeping your brain healthy is not just all about "brain games." These twenty-five foods can also increase your brain power.
The brain is really like a control center for the entire body, which means you must feed it well, and that includes eating foods for brainpower. Read more
Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Svetlana Ivanova saysthat these ten natural aphrodisiacs for men can increase arousal, treat sexual dysfunction, and make sex more pleasurable.
Men have been searching for ways to enhance their sex lives for centuries. Aphrodisiacs are substances that help stimulate libido and sexual arousal. The word aphrodisiac is derived from the name of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and sexuality. Men are willing to try different foods and herbs in order to increase arousal, treat sexual dysfunction, and make their sex lives more pleasurable. These are the ten best natural aphrodisiacs for men. Read more
Monday, March 12, 2018
Dr. Edward Group examines ten health benefits of Epsom salt.
Epsom salt is a potent mineral compound comprised of magnesium and sulfate. It is widely used to relieve many minor health issues. Soaking in a bath with Epsom salt can relieve achy feet and soothe sore muscles. Epsom salt is used in skin cleansers and hair care products to help naturally exfoliate skin and give hair more volume and shine. Many people also turn to Epsom salt as a remedy for occasional constipation as ingesting food grade Epsom salt flushes the gastrointestinal tract and encourages detoxification.
What Is Epsom Salt? Read more
Friday, March 9, 2018
These eighteen amazingly effective home remedies prove that you can cure a lot of things with just what you have around the house.
1, Almonds can help cure headaches.
Eating about 20 almonds can help treat headaches due to the presence of the enzyme salicin. Eating almonds over a period of time may even reduce the likelihood of getting headaches in the first place. Go, nuts! Read more
Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Arthritis symptoms? Add these five cheap foods to your diet to reduce joint pain.
ARTHRITIS pain affects about 10 million people in the UK. Symptoms - including joint pain and inflammation - could be reduced by adding these five foods to your diet.
Arthritis is a common condition that affects people of all ages, according to the NHS.
Symptoms of arthritis include joint pain, restricted movement and inflammation Read more
Monday, March 5, 2018
Premature ejaculation affects many men at some time in their lives, but ejaculatory control exercises can alleviate the problem naturally says Jennifer Lawless.
Premature ejaculation is a common sexual complaint that affects on out of three men at some time in their lives. However, in order to provide maximum pleasure to his partner and himself, a man needs to be able to last longer than a few minutes. If you need to achieve more ejaculatory control in the bedroom, you should know that this is quite possible with a little practice. Here is how to get started with your training. Read more
Friday, March 2, 2018
A dietitian reveals that lard is actually good for you. It can even be healthier than butter!.
Lard has long been maligned as the unhealthiest fat to cook with – but a dietitian has revealed that it may actually be good for you.
Lard – which is made from pig fat – contains ‘good’ fats called monounsaturated fats that research has shown can help lower levels of ‘bad’ cholesterol, Jo Travers of the British Dietetic Association reveals on Monday night’s Food Unwrapped on Channel 4. Read more
Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Dr. Joseph Mercola reveals how saunas can benefit your cardiovascular health and fitness.
Sweating is a biological imperative that has a wide range of health benefits. In fact, unless you have untreated hypothyroidism, sweating is one of the indicators that will tell you that you are effectively doing a high-intensity exercise. Science has shown sweating it out in a sauna can also help:1 Read more
Monday, February 26, 2018
Dr. Edward Group lists ten health and anti-aging benefits of astragalus root.
Astragalus root is an herb that’s tremendously important in traditional Chinese medicine. It is known for its many health benefits, especially its potential to slow the aging process. Research has revealed this herb may have the ability to encourage healthy function of the heart, lungs, kidneys, and liver. It has also been shown to support normal cholesterol and blood pressure and encourage a healthy response to psychological stress. Because of its many qualities, astragalus root is frequently used to enhance therapies for various health issues. Read more
Friday, February 23, 2018
Reading can help ease the symptoms of depression, according to multiple studies.
Many a bookworm will tell you that curling up with a paperback is a salve for the mind. And it seems scientists agree — with research suggesting reading can ease depression.
While it is not a cure, experts believe it is effective and could reduce the reliance on antidepressants in some cases. GPs in England dished out a record 64.7 million antidepressant prescriptions in 2016 for patients suffering with depression, anxiety and panic attacks. Read more
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Friday, February 16, 2018
Why do we sneeze? Dr. Joseph Mercola explains and also reveals why we should not stifle sneezes.
The tickle at the back of your nose lets you know that within seconds you’ll be sneezing. A sneeze is also called a sternutation. This explosive release of fluid and air from your lungs, mouth and nose is involuntary and many times your body’s response to irritants in your nasal cavity. Read more
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
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Friday, February 9, 2018
If you sometimes suffer from indigestion, try these four pre-meal tips before resorting to medication.
When you finish a meal, you want to feel satisfied and not bloated, gassy, or have to rush to the bathroom. If eating makes you feel uncomfortable after you’re done, that’s clearly a problem. There are a variety of reasons why a meal would make you feel poorly, such as food intolerances or even a digestive disorder. But oftentimes, it is our eating habits that lead to side effects post-meal. Read more
Wednesday, February 7, 2018
type 2 diabetes is a life-changing milestone in a person's life. It usually requires a change in lifelong habits. Exercise is recommended for anyone to stay healthy, but for diabetics, it is even more important. Exercise not only can help maintain an ideal body weight, it also helps to control blood sugar levels. However, active diabetics need to take extra care and precautions to make certain that they are getting enough fuel for their bodies so that their blood sugar does not drop dangerously low.
Monday, February 5, 2018
Drinking two pints of beer a day cuts Alzheimer’s risk - but six can cause it.
QUAFFING a couple of pints of beer a day boosts the brain and cuts the risk of getting Alzheimer’s, a study claims.Scientists say a small daily tipple reduces brain inflammation and flushes out harmful toxins. Read more
Friday, February 2, 2018
Scientists have discovered that vitamin D repairs and prevents damage to the heart caused by diabetes and high blood pressure.
Vitamin D is an 'inexpensive solution' to drugs as scientists discover the sunshine supplement repairs and prevents damage to the heart caused by diabetes and high blood pressure.
The sunshine supplement stimulates the production of nitric acid, which is involved in regulating blood flow and preventing the formation of blood clots, according to the first study of its kind. Read more
Wednesday, January 31, 2018
overweight, you can improve the management of your diabetes and your overall health by losing weight. It may seem like a daunting task if you have tried to lose weight in the past and have failed, but there are steps you can take and support you can use to help you reach your weight loss goals.
Monday, January 29, 2018
Dr. Joseph Mercola reveals how and why to use coconut oil daily - and not just for cooking and weight loss.
Despite the fact that more than 2,000 studies1 have been performed on coconut oil, demonstrating a wide range of benefits, it continues to be wrongfully vilified to this day, mainly because 90 percent of its fat content is saturated fat. However, saturated fats, and most particularly coconut oil, are an important part of the human diet. If you have bought into the media hype that saturated fats are unhealthy and will raise your risk of heart disease, it may be time to reconsider your position. Read more
Friday, January 26, 2018
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Monday, January 22, 2018
Performing a particular exercise can prevent back pain caused by running, says Emily Lunardo.
Running is a great way to exercise as it involves the entire body. It is easy to do and allows you to stay moving and take you places compared to other more stationary exercises. Unfortunately, because the whole body is being utilized, many runners may suffer from eventual chronic back pain caused by excessive stress on the body. Read more
Friday, January 19, 2018
Dr. Joseph Mercola shares the health benefits of drinking coffee and tea.
Just as you can make or break your health via the foods you choose at each meal, you can support or sabotage your well-being one beverage choice at a time. At one end of the spectrum would be soda — one of the absolute worst choices to drink. At the other, pure water — arguably the best for quenching your thirst and supporting optimal health.
For those times when you’re looking for something to savor and sip, an excellent alternative is coffee or tea, both of which have earned a solid spot among healthy beverages, with some caveats, however. Read more
Wednesday, January 17, 2018
control your diabetes with diet. Consistency comes from specific meal times and the same servings from the different food groups. Variety comes from trying as many different foods in the food groups as you can.
Friday, January 12, 2018
Jeremy Anderberg provides eleven steps to stop your snoring.
About half of all adults snore occasionally, and about a quarter snore regularly. While it’s sort of a funny topic, and often joked about in sitcoms, snoring can cause real issues in the bedroom. Whether it’s keeping you from getting the deep, restful sleep you need, or waking up your spouse at all hours (if they can get to sleep at all), snoring can create a boatload of tension. It’s worth your physical and relational health to try to get a handle on your noisy nighttime muffler. Read more
Wednesday, January 10, 2018
benefits from losing weight including managing blood glucose levels. No matter how beneficial losing weight is, however, it is still difficult for most diabetics to do.
Monday, January 8, 2018
Osteoporosis is a common health issue among the elderly, especially women. Here are nine tips to prevent bone loss.
Osteoporosis is a bone disease that commonly affects older women. In osteoporosis, bones become fragile and brittle, increasing the risk of breaks and fractures leading to disability and a lower quality of life.
In osteoporosis, the body’s ability to create more bone becomes limited, so more bone is being broken down than replaced. Read more
Friday, January 5, 2018
A woman who battled blood cancer for five years 'recovered after treating it with turmeric in the first recorded case of its kind.
A woman who battled blood cancer for years without success finally halted the disease with turmeric, it has been reported.
Dieneke Ferguson is now leading a normal life after giving up on gruelling treatments that failed to stop it. Read more