Historic Summer Cold

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Historic July cold has been registered in Sweden.” Coldest month of July in almost 60 years. Norway is also Suffering its ‘Coldest Summer for 60 Years.’ 23 weather stations measured their lowest-ever July temperature. Several cold records shattered in The Netherlands in July. It has never been colder since the start of the measurements. Continue reading

Your Iron Levels Could Be a Key to Slow Aging and Long Life

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  • Iron is essential to life, but data show that too much is associated with aging and a shortened life and health spans — the total years lived in good health
  • High iron levels also increase the availability of free iron, which promotes heart cell death, leading to impaired heart function and mitochondrial dysfunction
  • Excess iron affects blood pressure and glycemic control. Levels build with increased intake and the body’s poor ability to excrete extra iron
  • Blood donation, or therapeutic phlebotomy for those unable to donate, is a quick and simple way to manage iron levels. Get a yearly ferritin and GGT test to measure your levels

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The Role of Metabolic Health in Better COVID-19 Outcomes

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  • Your metabolic health has a significant impact on COVID-19 severity, and at least 9 in 10 Americans are metabolically unhealthy
  • One of the classic changes associated with insulin resistance, obesity and metabolic syndrome is overactivation of the innate immune system, with decreasing activity in the adaptive immune system
  • When it comes to healthy aging, it’s not your biological age that matters but, rather, your immune and metabolic age, both of which are malleable and can be improved through simple lifestyle changes
  • Research shows that when blood sugar is well-controlled and there’s less glycemic variability, people do better when contracting COVID-19. When they have high levels of glycemic variability, which is indicative of insulin resistance, they fare much worse

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Quinine, Precursor to Hydroxychloroquine, First Used by Inca Herbalists As Early As 16th Century

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The potential COVID-19 cure’s precursor was an Inca folk treatment long before Europeans learned of its existence.

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Magnesium-Rich Foods and Why You Need Them

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Prepping 101: Building an apothecary garden

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Best Essential Oils to Reduce Stress

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When stress hits, what natural essential oils can relieve the pressure and help you to relax more?

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The top 10 best natural cures and healing remedies of 2019

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First Temple Era Discovery Near US Embassy Reveals ‘One of Most Important Sites’ in Kingdom of Judah!

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Israeli archaeologists discovered a trove of artifacts in Jerusalem dating back to the time of the biblical King Hezekiah during the First Temple period. Continue reading

Antacids Can Increase Risk of COVID by 300%

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  • Researchers have found that people taking proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) have increased odds of testing positive for COVID-19
  • The pH environment created by PPIs may allow the angiotensin-converting enzyme-2 (ACE2) receptor — with which the virus invades the body — to more easily reach the GI tract
  • Those taking PPIs twice daily were found to be nearly four times more likely to have COVID-19
  • PPIs are linked to liver and kidney damage, pneumonia, C. difficile and other serious conditions, but natural treatments can replace them

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The Effects of Biotin on Your Hair, Nails and Thyroid

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  • Dermatologists frequently prescribe biotin for people with hair loss, despite a paucity of research proving it helps
  • Biotin insufficiency is more rare than other nutritional deficiencies but it does happen, leading to hair loss, depression, loss of appetite and numbness and tingling
  • Biotin is important in metabolism, having demonstrated the ability to improve glycemic control and strengthen nails
  • Supplementation can alter blood tests, including for thyroid, vitamin D and troponin, a marker of cardiac health

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Couples Who Cuddle Sleep Better

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  • Research in Frontiers of Psychiatry found that sleeping with a partner produced more rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, less fragmented REM sleep and longer undisturbed REM fragments
  • The findings contrast with previous research that has linked sleeping with a partner to a poorer quality of sleep
  • REM sleep has a positive role in consolidation of emotionally salient and episodic memories and improves learning and mood
  • REM sleep may enhance the ability to interact socially and reduce the likelihood of developing mental illness, according to the research
  • Presence of a partner can make a sleeping environment seem safer whereas isolated sleep can be a stressor

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Pickled capers activate proteins important for human brain and heart health

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Here’s a quick and simple guide for creating ground turmeric from fresh turmeric roots

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Can Aging Be Slowed by Diluting Blood?

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  • In a recent study involving mice, a single plasma exchange helped with muscle repair, liver fat and liver fibrosis measurements
  • Researchers believe the data help identify factors in blood products that influence health and aging
  • Many causes of death in the U.S. are influenced by nutrition and lifestyle choices, over which we have more control than we might believe
  • An important key to longevity is intermittent fasting combined with healthy eating. Additionally, quality sleep, hydration, exercise and being outdoors have an impact on health

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