Monday, April 30, 2018

The Baking Soda Cure for Almost Everything

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.)

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Thursday, April 26, 2018

The Darker the Chocolate, the Better It Is for Your Health

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

Monday, April 23, 2018

The Teas That Make You Healthier, Happier, and Slimmer

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

the Best Sleep Position Revealed

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 rhe Most From a Poor Diet?

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

The Health Benefits of Sun Gazing

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

The Natural Way to Avoid Foot Problems

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

Monday, April 9, 2018

The Biggest Thing in Natural Health?

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

Simple Exercises and Yoga Poses for Blood Circulation

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

Hiccup Cures That Work - but No One Wants to Try

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 Can Make You Sick, Tireed, and Grumpy

 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