As sound healing becomes more popular, more and more people are starting to experiment with it. You have people learning how to chant, listening to specific frequencies, and using singing bowls. It’s not just those of us who are interested in spirituality and New Age concepts that are looking into this ancient Eastern knowledge, but scientists as well, studying these sounds and how they affect the body. Read more
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
Sound healing is becoming more popular, and A=432 HZ music may be the best way to do it, says Kaylee Brown.
Monday, June 19, 2017
Nutritionist Lyndi Cohen reveals the best times of day to drink coffee.
It’s the way countless people around the world start their day.
But did you know that when you drink your coffee has an impact on how you function?
FEMAIL spoke to the Sydney-based dietitian and nutritionist, Lyndi Cohen, for her tips on when to drink your caffeine, when to avoid it and how much you should – in an ideal world – be consuming. Read more
Friday, June 16, 2017
Hesh Goldstein reveals how to reverse heart disease without drugs.
Most of us are used to the age-old saying “Live and learn,” but when you’re providing care to people with preventable chronic disease, you realize very quickly that we don’t have that luxury indefinitely. So, that saying changes to “Learn and live.”
In the next 20 years, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) projects that heart disease deaths will increase sharply.1
In that same time, the AHA estimates that the percentage of the US population living with heart disease will reach over 40%. Read more
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Monday, June 12, 2017
Emily Lunardo examines the causes of poor circulation in the hands and how to improve it.
Poor circulation in the hands can occur when you have poor circulation overall. While most cases of poor circulation have prominent effects on the legs and feet, the hands are not immune.
Generalized conditions resulting in poor circulation, such as atherosclerosis or peripheral artery disease, can sometimes lead to poor circulation in the hands. There are other causes that are more specific to this body part. Read more
Friday, June 9, 2017
Eating red onions may help to fight cancer. Powerful compounds found in the vegetable are excellent in destroying tumors.
Eating red onions may help to fight cancer, new research suggests.
The tasty vegetable, commonly used in Mediterranean cuisine, is full of powerful compounds that help to kill tumours.
One type known as anthocyanins, which are responsible for its dark colouring, are believed in inhibit the spread of the disease. Read more