Why Don’t Doctors Prescribe Magnesium

Almost ten year ago Dr. Mark Hymen wrote, “I find it very funny that more doctors aren’t clued in to the benefits of magnesium, because we use it all the time in conventional medicine. Continue reading

Study Reveals It’s Never Too Late to Start Exercising

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  • Research shows untrained individuals in their 70s and 80s have the same capacity to build muscle as lifelong athletes of the same age, proving it’s never too late to get fitter 
  • Without resistance training, your muscles will atrophy and lose mass. Sarcopenia (age-related loss of muscle mass) affects 10% to 25% of seniors under the age of 70 and up to half of those over the age of 80
  • If you do nothing to prevent sarcopenia, you can expect to lose about 15% of your muscle mass between your 30s and your 80s
  • Other benefits of resistance training include improved walking ability and ability to perform daily tasks, relief from joint pain, improved blood sugar control, improved brain health and slowed brain aging
  • Blood flow restriction training may be an ideal muscle-strengthening strategy for most people, but especially for the elderly and the untrained, as it requires just a fraction of the weight you’d typically use in conventional resistance training

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The Dangers of Sleeping Too Much

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Seniors who regularly slept more than eight hours per night had a 46 percent increased risk of stroke compared to those who slept between six and eight hours per night  Continue reading

Movie Extravaganza — Three Films to Celebrate World Soil Day

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Three documentary films reveal the importance of soil for a sustainable nutrient-dense food system that truly nourishes and sustains your health and prevents disease  Continue reading

Drink This A Gallon A Day For An Amazing Vaccine Detoxification

As there are so many different toxins in vaccines, many people want to know how to detoxify the body afterwards. Continue reading

A Popular Chinese Herb Artemisinin for Cancer, Malaria and Prevents Infections

The leaves of Artemisia has been made into a medicinal tea for thousands of years by Chinese, and it’s very beneficial for overall wellness:

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Store Bought Vegetables and Herbs to Regrow at Home

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  • Gardening is a healthy activity you may start without visiting your garden store or sprouting seeds; carrots, garlic, lettuce and multiple herbs such as rosemary, sage, thyme and basil all may be regrown from organic produce you purchase at the store
  • Ginger is a tropical plant that may do well outdoors during the summer heat but will appreciate being brought inside when the temperatures drop; split a ginger root from the store and plant in well-composted soil, keeping it moist but not water-logged. Ginger may help stabilize blood sugar, normalize blood pressure and promote healthy aging
  • Just one head of garlic may produce enough garlic to feed your family for a season; separate and plant the large cloves in fertile soil during the fall months so the plant puts down roots before winter. One clove will produce a new head of garlic; people have used garlic for centuries to add flavor to foods, boost immunity and as an anti-inflammatory agent
  • Herbs grow well in the ground and all year indoors in containers. Start basil, rosemary, sage, thyme and oregano by stripping the lower leaves of a tender stem and placing them in water until they root; transplant to soil and watch your healthy herb garden grow

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RFK. Jr. Mic Dropping Speech Marks Birth of a New Civil Rights Movement Vis-à-Vis The Rise of the Medical Police State

Medical Fascism Descends in California, While A New Civil (and Human) Rights Movement in the US is Being Born  Continue reading

Why You Should Ditch Sugar In Favor of Honey

While honey and sugar share similar degrees of sweetness, the differences in the way our bodies respond to them are profound. Continue reading

How you can eat to beat illness: Harvard scientist Dr WILLIAM LI reveals the foods that could save your life

  • Specific compounds in certain foods can boost the body’s natural defenses 
  • Dr William Li says the most powerful way to beat disease is to prevent it
  • Foods listed below will help support the growth and health of blood vessels 

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Garmin launches GPS smartwatch with 24-7 fitness monitoring capabilities

The watch includes sleep tracking, respiration tracking, abnormal heart rate alerts and menstrual cycle tracking. Continue reading

First long-distance heart surgery performed via robot

A doctor in India has performed a series of five percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) procedures on patients who were 20 miles away from him. The feat was pulled off using a precision vascular robot developed by Corindus. The results of the surgeries, which were successful, have just been published in EClinicalMedicine, a spin-off of medical journal The Lancet. Continue reading

New research into age-related immune failure, Alzheimer’s treatment also benefits autistic children, a stable vaccine for malaria, and more!

New research into age-related immune failure, Alzheimer’s treatment also benefits autistic children, a stable vaccine for malaria, and more!  Continue reading

World’s oldest mom’ gives birth to twins at age 74 after IVF, hospital claims

A 74-year-old woman now holds the record for “world’s oldest mom” after she reportedly gave birth to twins on Thursday following a round of in vitro fertilization using donor eggs. The woman, identified as Erramatti Mangayamma, and her husband, 80-year-old Rajarao, hail from a small Indian village in the Eastern Godavari district, SWNS reported. Continue reading