Beets for Better Lung Efficiency

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  • As you age, respiratory muscle function — specifically that of the diaphragm — declines
  • This can lead to breathing troubles, impaired airway clearance and a decreased quality of life in older adults
  • Nitrates, which are found in beets, have been shown to improve muscle contractions in the diaphragm, helping to improve breathing as a byproduct
  • This is important for general health, but can become especially important for fighting off severe symptoms from viral respiratory illnesses like COVID-19

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Try these 8 potent home remedies for migraines

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A date with dates: Here are 7 reasons to include dates in your diet

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Dark, delectable dates are a staple food for people in Middle Eastern countries. The date fruit itself has been around for millennia, and ancient people had consumed these fruits as both food and natural medicine. Continue reading

The Most Important Paper Dr. Mercola Has Ever Written

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  • Vitamin D optimization is likely the easiest, least expensive and most beneficial strategy that anyone can do to minimize their risk of COVID-19 and other infections in coming months
  • More than 1 billion individuals worldwide, across all age groups, are deficient in vitamin D, which has now been identified as a significant risk factor for positive COVID-19 status, severe COVID-19 infection and death thereof
  • In Indonesia, people with a vitamin D level between 20 ng/mL and 30 ng/mL had a sevenfold higher risk of death than those with a level above 30 ng/mL. Having a level below 20 ng/mL was associated with a 12 times higher risk of death
  • To improve your immune function and lower your risk of viral infections, you’ll want to raise your vitamin D to a level between 60 ng/mL and 80 ng/mL (150 nmol/L and 200 nmol/L) by fall
  • Vitamin D optimization is particularly important for dark-skinned individuals, as the darker your skin, the more sun exposure you need to raise your vitamin D level, as well as the elderly

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Injectable Biochip for SARS-CoV-2 Detection Near FDA Approval

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  • Profusa, in partnership with the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), has created an injectable biosensor capable of detecting the presence of an infection in your body
  • Injectable hydrogel biosensors are not rejected as foreign bodies like earlier implants, instead becoming one with your own tissue
  • The technology consists of three components: the implanted sensor, a reader placed on the surface of the skin, and the software that allows the reader to send the collected data via Bluetooth to your phone or tablet, which in turn can be connected to other online sources such as your doctor’s website
  • Profusa’s DARPA-backed technology will be able to detect the presence of flu-like infections — including SARS-CoV-2 infections — in the population before they become symptomatic. As such, the biosensors may become part of future pandemic detection systems
  • Mass surveillance of biological data will require massively increased bandwidth in cellphone and Wi-Fi networks, and it’s possible that this is why governments are rushing implementation of 5G networks around the world without giving potentially adverse effects a second thought

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Heart attack survivors may benefit more from taking high-dose multivitamins than statins, suggests study

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Heart attack survivors are typically at greater risk of experiencing a cardiovascular event, such as stroke or another heart attack. In a recent study published in the American Heart Journal, researchers suggest that taking high-dose multivitamins may be beneficial for heart attack survivors, provided that they’re not on statins, a type of drug used to lower cholesterol levels and prevent heart attack. Continue reading

Sound Therapy: Are There Real Benefits for Your Health?

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Reviewed by Dr. Michael Kessler, DC —People have enjoyed music’s feel-good qualities since ancient times. In fact, the art of sound in time has existed in every culture known to man. Whether it’s dancing at a music club, sitting at home listening to our favorite records, or belting out the hits while we drive to work, music can bring us to an emotional high within seconds, and help us forget about our troubles. For many, music therapy, or sound therapy, is an accessible escape. Continue reading

The Benefits of Chair Yoga for Seniors

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Reviewed by Dr. Richard Foxx, MD—Many seniors look at traditional yoga poses as something they simply cannot do. They may not have the balance or have suffered an injury that hampers movement. Perhaps they are just uncomfortable or lacking confidence in their ability to do it. If any of these apply to you, then chair yoga may be the solution. Continue reading

Natural first aid Herbal remedies and natural medicines to use during emergencies

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Robert Kennedy Jr. Sneak Peek Part II

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6 Good reasons to start eating more boysenberries

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How Nebulized Peroxide Helps Against Respiratory Infections

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  • Hydrogen peroxide sits inside and outside cells of your cells in low levels, ready and waiting to be generated in greater amounts as soon as a pathogen is detected by your immune system
  • Nebulizing hydrogen peroxide into your sinuses, throat and lungs is a simple, straightforward way to augment your body’s natural expression of hydrogen peroxide to combat infections
  • In addition to having direct viricidal effects, iodine improves white blood cell function and thyroid hormone production. This provides a metabolic boost to white blood cells to increase hydrogen peroxide antimicrobial properties which is one way your immune system works to kill pathogens
  • Vitamin C also increases hydrogen peroxide production when used at high doses, while vitamin A helps modulate your immune system
  • Buy a desktop nebulizer and stock food-grade hydrogen peroxide, Lugol’s iodine and some saline. That way, you have everything you need and can begin treatment at home at the first signs of a respiratory infection

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Cannabis Use Leads to Fewer, Less Painful Migraines

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Do you suffer from frequent or intense migraines? A new study on medical marijuana use shows that inhaling cannabis may be a safe way to get fewer and less painful headaches Continue reading

Daily detox: Lemon and ginger morning drink for cleansing

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Lemon and ginger combined can do amazing things for the body, from flushing out toxins to boosting immune health. Rich in vitamin C, antioxidants and other potent plant compounds, this lemon and ginger combo should be a staple in morning rituals. Continue reading

You Are Likely Deficient in Choline

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  • In their 2020 review, the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee found that most Americans are deficient in choline
  • Choline is important for development through all stages of life and plays a role in cognition, memory, focus, energy and metabolism
  • Choline deficiency is connected to the development of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and muscle damage
  • Pregnant and lactating women are at an increased risk of choline deficiency due to increased needs of the developing fetus
  • Beef liver and egg yolks are the richest dietary sources of choline

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