Friday, November 23, 2012
Monday, November 19, 2012
Cognitive changes related to aging are actually related more to today’s diet and lifestyle, rather than to the aging process itself, says Joseph Mercola, who reveals twelve strategies to keep your mind healthy and sharp.
... Cognitive changes related to aging are actually related more to today’s diet and lifestyle, rather than to the aging process itself. As you age, the cumulative effects of environmental toxins, exposure to free radicals, poor nutrition, stress and other factors take their toll on your body. What has been called “age-related cognitive decline” is really an accumulation of this damage to your cells. But this cognitive decay is NOT set in stone!
There are three primary factors that play a powerful role in maintaining sharp mental function, even as you age: Read more
Friday, November 16, 2012
Can coconut oil treat Alzheimer's disease? Even if it's not yet proven, it can't hurt to try.
Coconut oil has been brought up a lot as a potential cure for Alzheimer’s disease lately.
In fact, if you do an internet search, you’ll probably find many accounts of people who claim coconut oil has reversed Alzheimer’s in their loved ones. But is there any science behind this? Let’s dig into the facts.
Coconut oil has actually been making a serious comeback in the health food world lately. For years, many health enthusiasts shied away from it for one reason or another. Read more
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
If you hate going to the dentist, this video explains on how to remove tartar and plaque from your teeth at home, without having to go to the dentist! This may not be strictly a "natural" remedy, but it works and keeps you away from the dentist's office.
Monday, November 5, 2012
Edward Group reveals how to increase your metabolism in 24 hours.
Your metabolism is your body’s biochemical activity that regulates the conversion of calories into energy. A slow metabolism is slow to convert calories into energy and can cause the body to store fat. A fast metabolism operates in converse fashion, quickly using energy and not storing it. Your body’s metabolism is controlled by your thyroid gland and a sluggish thyroid can cause metabolic deficiencies, leading to an increase in fat stores. In fact, an inefficient metabolism is a very common causes of weight gain. There’s good news, however, as it’s often possible to naturally and efficiently increase your body’s metabolic rate. Read more