Your heart is one organ you can’t live without. In times past, people actually considered the heart the seat of thought and emotion, rather than the brain.
As medical science progressed, experts realized that the heart does not house our thoughts, but rather delivers life-giving oxygen and nutrients throughout the body. As the heart pumps, it sends blood through your veins and arteries, acting as the central part of your cardiovascular system. Read more
Wednesday, February 27, 2019
Dr. Edward Group reveals the fourteen best dietary supplements for cardiovascular health.
Monday, February 25, 2019
According to a new study, a Japanese plant eaten by the Samurai may hold the key to slowing down aging.
\Japanese plant which folklore suggested was the key to a long, healthy life, could really be the secret to slowing down ageing, a new study suggests. Read more
Friday, February 22, 2019
Dr. Edward Group examines the benefits of the anti-inflammatory diet and what to eat whe following it.
When you think of inflammation, you probably picture the rash you get from poison ivy or a bump that swells up when you hit your head. There's another silent form of inflammation that occurs within your body, and it does not usually come with any painful symptoms — but it can seriously impact your health. Read more
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
A new study confirms that broccoli is extremely effective at fighting liver cancer.
Even though we’ve made tremendous advances in science in recent years, some of the best medicine you can find today comes from plants and trees. Case in point: broccoli. It’s always been considered a health food, but now, a new study published in the Journal of Nutrition shows that this cruciferous vegetable has the power to protect against liver cancer. Read more
Friday, February 15, 2019
these ten superfoods can help improve your eyesight.
Oh, those aging eyes! If you’re a senior you know that your eyesight can age right along with the rest of your body. But, courtesy of AARP, here’s a list of foods you can eat to keep your eyes healthy, no matter your age. They are: Read more
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Getting less than seven hours' sleep a night could damage DNA 'beyond repair' and even lead to cancer.
A lack of sleep could permanently damage DNA and increase the risk of cancer, scientists believe.
Sleep deprivation can also reduce DNA's ability to repair itself, possibly leading to genetic diseases, findings from a study suggest.
Researchers believe it is the first study of its kind to look into the effects of sleep deprivation on genes in young adults.
The research focused on doctors who had to adjust their sleep patterns due to night shift work. Scientists do not know why a lack of sleep damages DNA. Read more
Monday, February 11, 2019
Ginger has been found to be effective against many different types of cancer, says Ellaine Castillo.
Like its close relative turmeric, ginger is also a very powerful superfood. It has a wide range of health benefits, from treating nausea to alleviating pain. Recently, ginger has also been shown to prevent different types of cancer by causing cancer cells to undergo apoptosis, or cell death. Read more
Friday, February 8, 2019
Dr. Edward Group shares four health benefits of chicory root.
Chicory root has a long history of providing support to liver problems. Ancient Romans used the herb to help cleanse the blood. Egyptians were known to consume chicory root in large amounts to help purify the liver and the blood. It’s popular today as a caffeine free replacement for coffee- you may have tried it if you’ve visited New Orleans Read more
Wednesday, February 6, 2019
Monday, February 4, 2019
Fasting and calorie restriction can delay the signs of aging,a researcher finds. This may be old news, but it's worth repating since its the only scientifically proven anti-aging method.'
If you want to age gracefully, consider changing your lifestyle. The food you eat, and whether you smoke and drink may affect the way you look.
A researcher claims that fasting can slow down aging, pointing to a landmark study made in 2017 which revealed that adults age 0.6 years slower if they consume 25 percent less calories per day. This diet is similar to the diet of a grown man who consumes 1,875 calories within a 24-hour period or 1,500 calories for a woman, that is if guidelines are considered. The researcher, Rozalyn Anderson, said that people are often unaware of the “amazing fact” that wrinkles can be prevented. The landmark study was published in The Journals of Gerontology, Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, which Anderson edits. Read more
Friday, February 1, 2019
Dr. Joseph Mercola provides a comprehensive guide to the top breathing techniques for better health.
Breathing wields incredible power over your health, as it supplies your body with oxygen and removes excess carbon dioxide (CO2) to keep you alive. However, the way you breathe — whether fast or slow, shallow or deep — also sends messages to your body that affect your mood, stress level, blood pressure, immune function and more. Read more