The benefits of massage therapy are many.
The health benefits of massage therapy are being validated by a number of fascinating scientific research studies. In the past, massage has been associated largely with exclusive, exotic, luxury spas and upscale health clubs. With more affordable opportunities — along with increasing support from the medical community, massage therapy is gaining in popularity. Read more
Friday, August 30, 2013
Massage therapy is not only about the least invasive treatment possible, but it also has many benefits.
Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Margaret Durst reveals how to build your immunity before the flu strikes.
School began this week, so it is time to mention immune building and my best tips for staying well as cold and flu season approaches. My best strategy is to keep vitamin C and zinc at good levels and to take something that builds immunity and also has anti-viral properties. I recommend either a very high quality olive leaf, an elderberry combination, or a grapefruit seed extract combination. Read more
Monday, August 26, 2013
Sufficient iodine is necessary to keep your thyroid healthy and your metabolism charged, says Edward Group.
A healthy diet is a great way to ensure you receive a good balance of the nutrients your body requires, including iodine — and you need to make sure you always have enough iodine. Yourthyroid depends on it to function and it is the primary element of two essential hormones that regulate metabolic function. Without it, a myriad of problems can occur, includinghypothyroidism and reductions in energy.
So what are some of the best sources of iodine? In this case, the best place to start is the sea… Read more
Monday, August 19, 2013
A leading geneticist believes that human intelligence is slowly declining. Mike Barrett suggests three reasons why.
Would you be surprised to hear that the human race is slowly becoming dumber, and dumber? Despite our advancements over the last tens or even hundreds of years, some ‘experts’ believe that humans are losing cognitive capabilities and becoming more emotionally unstable. One Stanford University researcher and geneticist, Dr. Gerald Crabtree, believes that our intellectual decline as a race has much to do with adverse genetic mutations. But human intelligence is suffering for other reasons as well.
According to Crabtree, our cognitive and emotional capabilities are fueled and determined by the combined effort of thousands of genes. If a mutation occurred in any of of these genes, which is quite likely, then intelligence or emotional stability can be negatively impacted. Read more
Monday, August 12, 2013
Cayenne pepper has so many amazing health benefits that you probably don't know them all. Edward Group lists seventeen ways cayenne pepper can benefit your health.
Many societies, especially those of the Americas and China, have a history of using cayenne pepper therapeutically. A powerful compound with many uses, cayenne pepper is currently gaining buzz for cleansing and detoxifying regimes such as the Master Cleanse, which uses the spice to stimulate circulation and neutralize acidity.
Cayenne pepper has been used for a variety of ailments including heartburn, delirium, tremors, gout, paralysis, fever, dyspepsia, flatulence, sore throat, atonic dyspepsia, hemorrhoids, menorrhagia in women, nausea, tonsillitis, scarlet fever and diphtheria. Read more
Friday, August 9, 2013
You may have heard of colloidal silver, but do you know about colloidal gold? Paul Fassa reveals its health benefits.
Much has been written or said about colloidal silver’s powerful antibiotic, antiviral, and anti-fungal properties. But do you know about colloidal gold? It is produced the same way as colloidal silver to create nano-particles of gold that are assimilated into a body’s cells. But for what purpose? Keep reading to discover which health benefits colloidal gold can provide for you. Read more
Monday, August 5, 2013
Orgasms could be better for our brains than doing a crossword or a Sudoku puzzle, an academic has claimed.
The sexual climax gives the whole brain a good workout, rather than just one area of it, Professor Barry Komisaruk said.
The sensation can, moreover, block pain and could therefore be used to alleviate the agony of childbirth, among other things, he suggested. Read more