Friday, November 30, 2018

14 Simple Ways to Turn Your Meal Into an Aphrodisiac

Add these extra ingredients to your favorite recipes to boost your libido.
Hoping things will heat up after dinner—or breakfast? Luckily, you don't need to rethink your daily dishes to get in the mood. The following one-ingredient additions to your go-to meals can get the sparks flying between you and your partner. Click through to find the easiest ways to work aphrodisiacs into your regularly scheduled meals. Read more

Monday, November 26, 2018

17 Home Remedies for Migraines That Really Work

Dr. Edward shares seventeen home remedies for migraines that really work.
There are headaches — and then there are migraines. About one in ten people experience these types of headaches, which bring intense pain and other symptoms. While some sufferers only get migraines occasionally, others have them several times a month, and they significantly interfere with daily life. Read more

Friday, November 23, 2018

6 Reasons to Soak in a Hot Tub

Soaking in a hot tub not only feels good, but it's also good for you, says Michelle Simmons.
Hot tubs or Jacuzzis offer both physical and mental benefits. You don’t have to buy one to experience the benefits because they are accessible in most spas, gyms, and hotels. Here are several reasons why you should try soaking in a hot tub: Read more

Monday, November 19, 2018

Is Sbacjubg as Deadly as Smoking?

If you eat sufficient fat and protein, eating between meals is at best unnecessary.
Partial to a 4pm cake break? Perhaps you prefer a mid-morning pot of Pringles? Maybe you’ll grab a protein-rich ‘energy ball’ on the way to the gym, or a healthy-ish cereal bar on the commute to work. Whatever your routine, there is one thing nearly all Britons have in common: we love to snack.
Unlike our European neighbours who savour their lengthy lunches, we are a nation that eats on the run. Read more

Friday, November 16, 2018

the 5 Best Essential Oils for Better Sleep

These five essential oils can help you fall asleep and stay asleep. Best of all, they are safe and inexpensive.
As you grow older, you might have more trouble falling asleep, especially if you’re constantly stressed or anxious. If you’re tired of tossing and turning until you fall asleep, consider using soothing essential oils.

Essential oils are made from natural sources like flowers and trees, and these oils have relaxing and sedative effects. Conclusive research is limited, but a lot of people who have trouble falling asleep, especially because of discomfort, pain, or stress, report that “essential oils help them fall asleep and stay asleep.” Read more

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

10 Natural Ways to Remove Tartar Build-Up

Following these will at least make dental cleaning visits quicker and easier or even eliminate them entirely.

Friday, November 9, 2018

Vitamin D vs. Flu Shots

New research shows that vitamin D helps prevent infection, but will the medical establishment listen?
Flu season is upon us again. To prevent the flu, we’re told that the best remedy is to get a flu shot—a shot which is consistently ineffective, and, incredibly, still contains mercury in many cases. We at ANH-USA have been beating the drum about vitamin D and its well-documented anti-viral capabilities for years, and there is new evidence demonstrating vitamin D’s role in preventing respiratory infections. When faced with the choice of a cheap, safe, and effective natural immune defense against the flu, or an expensive, dangerous, and ineffective vaccine that makes drug companies billions of dollars—which will our crony health officials choose? Read more

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Daily Cup of Dark-Roasted Coffee Could Prevent Dementia and Parkinson's

One cup of dark-roasted coffee every morning could prevent dementia and Parkinson's - even if it's decaf, a study claims.
Researchers claim drinking one cup of coffee each morning could ward of dementia and Parkinson's.

The benefits are particularly strong for people who opt for darker roasted beans - even if it's decaffeinated, the study found.

The coffee roasting process releases chemicals which counter proteins responsible for the development of the diseases, scientists discovered.

It is not a cure or clear-cut prevention for either disease by any means, but researchers say it won't hurt to add a cup to your daily routine. Read more

Monday, November 5, 2018

Ketogenic Diet Protects Against Alzheimer’s

Dr. Joseph Mercola reveals how the ketogenic diet protectss against Alzheimer;s Disease by keeping the brain healthy and youthful.
Alzheimer’s disease — the most severe form of dementia — is proving to be stubbornly resistant to conventional remedies. More than 190 human drug trials have ended in failure,1 and despite a burgeoning epidemic, the best drugs on the market only ameliorate symptoms while adding other health risks.

At present, the best conventional medicine can really hope for is improved diagnosis, which is why prevention is so crucial. Mounting research suggests your diet is indeed a foundational driver of this disease, and an effective prevention strategy. Read more

Friday, November 2, 2018

Visualization and Cancer: Do Happy Organs Mean Healthy Organs?

Can visualization prevent or cure cancer? Sounds like one of those things that can't hurt anad might help.
Now what in the world do I mean by happy organs? And what does this silly concept have to do with health anyways? As it turns out, quite a lot. Recent research shows that the process of visualization can significantly increase your health, and it’s not by chance. Focused meditation can actually change your brainwaves, and this can have an effect on your immune system, stress responses and more. Read more