Eliminate pain and bring lasting relief for chronic pain sufferers in as little as ten minutes flat By Jonathan V. Wright, M.D.
16/02/2015 The salad dressing to NEVER eat
If you want to eat truly healthy, support your fat loss goals, protect your body from inflammation, and avoid some of the nasty additives in processed food, one thing you should eliminate is typical store-bought salad dressing...
12/02/2015 Drink this 2 hours before bed to sleep better (plus 5 tips for insomnia)
I've noticed in my travels and with working with clients that a large majority of people in today's fast-paced stressful world are struggling at least part of the time with falling asleep at night....
Six good reasons to avoid conventional grocery store milk
(NaturalNews) You've probably heard misguided nutrition advice telling you that low-fat dairy is good for you. You might also hear "be sure it's pasteurized, because raw dairy products are dangerous." In fact, the truth is that the low-fat, pasteurized, homogenized, GMO grain-fed, hormone and antibiotic-laced milk is the real danger to your health. (NaturalNews) You've probably heard misguided nutrition advice telling you that low-fat dairy is good for you. You might also hear "be sure it's pasteurized, because raw dairy products are dangerous." In fact, the truth is that the low-fat, pasteurized, homogenized, GMO grain-fed, hormone and antibiotic-laced milk is the real danger to your health. (NaturalNews) You've probably heard misguided nutrition advice telling you that low-fat dairy is good for you. You might also hear "be sure it's pasteurized, because raw dairy products are dangerous." In fact, the truth is that the low-fat, pasteurized, homogenized, GMO grain-fed, hormone and antibiotic-laced milk is the real danger to your health.
Ice from Fast Food Restaurants Dirtier than Toilet Water, Study Reveals
By Dr. Mercola If the thought of drinking toilet water makes you cringe, you will probably be none too pleased to find out that ice served at many fast food restaurants contains more bacteria than the water found in their toilets. As reported by the featured article:1 “Scientific tests have shown that ice from branches of McDonald’s, Burger King, KFC, Starbucks, Cafe Rouge and Nando’s all had higher levels of bacteria than samples of water taken from their lavatory bowls. Experts say it could be due to them being cleaned more often than the ice machines... The Burger King result suggested the cause was human contamination, likely to be from a staff member failing to wash their hands.”
Ditch the Toxic Sunscreen; Use Coconut Oil
Summer time is beach time, or at least poolside time. But if you want some protection form the sun’s UV rays, don’t always reach for toxic sunscreens. Instead, pack some extra virgin coconut oil along with your beach towel and umbrella.
Choosing the Right Cookware
We hear a lot about the importance of eating food that’s organically grown and free of pesticides and other harmful toxins. That’s often where the conversation stops. However, should we also give consideration to the cookware we use to prepare the food we eat?
Seven evidence-based medicinal properties of cayenne pepper
(NaturalNews) Before getting into summary reports based on actual "evidence based" double-blind placebo tests, here's an explanation of cayenne and some anecdotal empirical evidence that didn't make it to the medical journals.
New study links over 7,000 cancer deaths to cell phone tower radiation exposures
(NaturalNews) Could exposure to radiation from cell phone towers really responsible for over 7,000 cancer deaths? According to research findings from Brazil, the facts speak for themselves. The study established a direct link between cancer deaths in Belo Horizonte, Brazil's third largest city, with the cell phone network.
Research: Sesame oil delivers big benefits for type-2 diabetics
(NaturalNews) Sesame oil may provide a number of important health benefits for people with type 2 diabetes, research has shown. Sesame oil is a popular ingredient in many cuisines, particularly across Asia and the Middle East. It is high in both monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, both of which have been shown to reduce cholesterol and blood pressure and improve heart health. It is also high in vitamin E and other antioxidants, including lignans. All of these are important benefits for type 2 diabetics, who often suffer from poor cardiovascular health, and whose disease can be caused or worsened by the free radicals that antioxidants help remove....
Beat your sugar cravings once and for all: Five unconventional solutions
(NaturalNews) Sugar addiction is a difficult habit to break for many people, especially when the body and digestive tract become so overrun with yeast, candida, parasites and other sugar-loving bacteria that not eating sugar triggers intense withdrawal symptoms. But if you are tired of your sweet tooth calling all the shots as far as your diet is concerned, there is hope beyond just trying (and more than likely failing) to quit sugar cold turkey. Here are five unconventional methods that may help you naturally eliminate your sugar cravings...
Tea Off Against Colds
Tea Off Against Colds Not just any tea, though. Chamomile, according to researchers from London's Imperial College, is the one that'll help put your cold in the bag. In a recent study, they found people who drank five cups of the brew a day for 2 weeks had increased blood levels of plant-based compounds called polyphenols, some of which have been associated with increased antibacterial activity. Levels remained high for 2 weeks after subjects stopped drinking the tea, says lead researcher Dr Elaine Holmes...
Cancer-Proof Your Body Recent research highlighted eight strategies to keep the killer disease at bay.
Now it's time to boost your carcinogen shields - and overall health - by using these smart, C-fighting strategies SPEND MORE TIME OUTSIDE Scientists have regarded vitamin D as a potent cancer fighter for decades, but there's never been a gold-standard trial - until now. A study by researchers at Creighton University in the US and published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, found that women who supplemented their diets with 1000 international units (IU) of vitamin D every day had a 60 to 77 per cent lower incidence of cancer over a four-year period than women taking a placebo. "The effect isn't limited to women," reveals Dr Joan Lappe, the lead study author. "Vitamin D helps the immune system function efficiently, causing the early death of cancer cells."
The Best Sunscreen for the Money (The Skin Guru Leslie Baumann, M.D.)
When it comes to sunscreen, expensive doesn't always mean better. In fact, according to the July 2009 issue of Consumer Reports, some of the most effective sunscreens are also the cheapest. Consumer Reports tested 10 products for their effectiveness in blocking UVB and UVA rays. They also tested how waterproof the sunscreens were by having their volunteers sit in a tub of water for 40 minutes and then re-testing UVB effectiveness.
Shark blood 'offers cancer hope' (By Phil Mercer BBC News, Sydney )
Australian scientists have found that antibodies in shark blood could potentially be a potent weapon in the fight against cancer. Sharks have immune systems similar to humans, but their antibodies - the molecules which actually fight disease - are exceptionally resilient. Researchers believe this quality could be harnessed to help slow the spread of diseases such as cancer.
Study: The Best Exercise for Diabetes (By Sora Song Monday, Sep. 17, 2007)
It's no secret that exercise is key to controlling type 2 diabetes — and many doctors already urge their diabetic patients to get active. But it's a vague directive: How much exercise is enough? How often? And what kind? The simple answer is that any is better than none — in sum, that's what a new study published in the Sept. 18 issue of the journal Annals of Internal Medicine found. But it also found that not all exercise is created equal and that the combination of aerobic exercise and weight training is significantly better for controlling blood sugar than either alone.
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