Is There Anything You Can Do to Prevent Deaths on the Road?


  • Nearly 18,000 automotive accidents occur every day in the U.S., on average. This frequency multiplied by the low severity still amounted to nearly 37,000 automotive fatalities in 2018
  • Of all drivers killed in U.S. automotive accidents in 2017, 18% occurred on a freeway, which is actually lower than expected. In fact, there are more drivers killed in intersections (20%) than on freeways
  • The primary conditions that lead to road fatalities are: alcohol, speeding and distraction leading to a loss of control or contact with another vehicle. Avoid these risk factors to improve your chances of not becoming a statistic on the road
  • Remember that even though you’ve driven countless times without a scratch, it does not give you a pass to be more complacent and lose your focus. Always take safety measures every time you get behind the wheel

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Vitamin-rich pineapple fruit hosts a variety of health benefits that make it a REAL superfood

The pineapple (Ananas comosus) is a tropical fruit that has been celebrated for centuries, thanks to its unique taste and amazing health benefits — a single serving of pineapple chunks can boost immunity, build strong bones and improve digestion. For all its sweetness however, it’s actually great for weight loss, since the fruit is low in calories. Continue reading

How to Raise or Lower Your Dementia Risk Through Diet


  • A high-fat, moderate-protein, low net-carb ketogenic diet is crucial for preventing degeneration that can lead to Alzheimer’s. High-carb diets have been shown to increase your risk of dementia by 89% while high-fat diets lower it by 44%
  • Other research highlights the importance of eating a diet rich in flavonols — antioxidants found in fruits, vegetables and tea. Those who got the highest amounts of flavonols had a 48% lower risk of developing Alzheimer’s than those getting the lowest amounts
  • Drinking tea three times or more per week also lowers your risk of cardiovascular disease and all-cause mortality. A 50-year-old habitual tea drinker would develop heart disease and/or have a stroke 1.41 years later than someone who drinks it less frequently, and live 1.26 years longer
  • Diets high in trans fats, refined sugar, grains and processed vegetable oils, as well as insufficient cholesterol, raise your risk of dementia
  • Diets high in trans fats can raise your risk of dementia by 52% to 74%. The biggest dietary culprits include pastries, margarine, candy, caramels, croissants, nondairy creamers, ice cream and rice cakes

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5 Proven Ways to Reduce Wrinkles Naturally

There is no magic wand for turning back the hands of time. But there are natural solutions for slowing the effects of aging and the wrinkles that come with it Continue reading

The Food Industry Makes Food Addictive – And Almost Nutrient-Free

The weight of Americans has been heading upwards for decades along with the number of calories we eat, which has risen by 24% since 1961 — from 2,881 to 3,600 calories a day. Continue reading

BPA in Your Body May Be 44 Times Higher Than Reported


  • Independent testing shows your level of exposure to BPA may be as much as 44 times higher than previously reported
  • Scientists argue the FDA is using inadequate tests that underestimate levels of this endocrine-disrupting chemical
  • The government believes there is enough evidence to remove BPA from children’s items, yet it remains in products used by pregnant women
  • The FDA appears reluctant to change their testing methodology, clinging to the idea BPA poses no health risk and ignoring the mounting evidence of opposing peer-reviewed studies
  • Exposure to BPA and other endocrine disruptors can be reduced by using only glass to store food, eating mostly fresh, whole food, and having your tap water tested and filtered if necessary

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76 Evidence-Based Health Benefits of Noni

Noni fruit, an ancient Polynesian healing remedy, has at least 76 potential health benefits backed by recent scientific evidence Continue reading

New Proof the Ketogenic Diet Plan Fights Cancer

Since ancient times, healers have known that food can be medicine – even if our conventional medical establishment has stubbornly resisted this fact. Continue reading

Understanding the difference between simple and complex carbs is the key to healthy eating habits

When it comes to eating, it’s important to understand what goes inside your food – especially when it comes to carbohydrates. Carbohydrates, which most people refer to as “carbs,” are divided into two categories: simple and complex carbohydrates. Understanding how each interacts with the body can help a person choose which foods to eat. Continue reading

Simple Strategies That Will Help You Live Longer

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Mighty Broccoli Sprouts Rapidly Detox Pollutants

Air pollution is associated with a long list of health problems including cardio-respiratory deaths, pulmonary disease, and chronic respiratory conditions. And the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has classified air pollution as carcinogenic to humans. Continue reading

Medical Discovery 101: Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS) mostly caused by consuming chemicalized food

Got chronic widespread pain from an overactive nervous system? If you’re answer is yes, then you’ve been consuming chemicals. Continue reading

Chelation & Detox Therapy with Magnesium, Bicarbonates, Clay, Zeolite and Haley’s NBMI

Metal chelation and detoxification of chemical contaminants are complex and serious matters. It is a fact that you can end up in worse health after chelation than when you started if you are not well-informed and do not proceed carefully under the care of a competent health-care practitioner. Human exposure to heavy metals has risen dramatically in the last 50 years so the need for detoxification and chelation has increased exponentially. Continue reading

7 Natural Ways to Cure Canker Sores

Evidence-based natural alternatives to drugs for canker sores abound!  Continue reading

Did Your Collagen Supplement Come From a CAFO


  • Many nonorganic collagen supplements have been found to contain contaminants associated with factory farmed animals, but even organic products have their quality concerns, specifically those made from bovine (cow) hides
  • Bovine hide-based collagen supplements are made from castoffs from the tannery (leather) industry that have undergone harsh chemical processing. Due to this, even organic collagen from hides may be of questionable quality in terms of their “organic” status
  • An ideal way to supply your body with much-needed collagen is to make homemade broth by boiling down chicken feet or beef bones. The gelatin that forms on top as it cools is your richest source of collagen
  • Collagen can help counteract dull, wrinkled, sagging skin and dry, brittle hair and nails, all of which are signs of aging that result from a loss of collagen
  • Other benefits of collagen include improved sleep, stronger bones, reduced joint pain and stiffness, and improved muscle building, wound healing, connective tissue repair, gut health, digestion, blood pressure and glucose tolerance

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