Fat has long suffered a bad rap and a long-time association with poor health and disease. One study, however, highlights what happens to your body — specifically the cardio-metabolic factors in overweight or obese individuals — when you replace breakfast carbohydrates with fat-rich avocados Continue reading
In the Middle Ages, the burning question of the day was how many angels can dance on the head of a pin. Today, we don’t have to debate how many neurotoxins can float on the tip of a needle. We just flip open the vaccine insert and count them all. Mercury, aluminum, formaldehyde, 2-phenoxyethanol, benzethonium chloride– the list goes on and on. Continue reading
Metabolic syndrome is on the rise due to fast-food diets and inactivity, but you can fight back by adding more celery to your diet. This unassuming vegetable contains a surprising blend of antioxidants, flavonoids and other phytochemicals that work together, tackling metabolic syndrome via multiple pathways Continue reading
Is earthing, or grounding really a cure for inflammatory diseases, back pain, headaches, arthritis, electrical sensitivity and other diseases?
I decided to try it myself to find out if it really works. Continue reading
Pumpkin seeds, like all edible seeds, pack an immense nutritional and medicinal punch. After all, they contain future worlds within their compact structure. As Emerson said, “the creation of a thousand forests is within one acorn” Continue reading
Raisins are one of the most well known and versatile dried fruits available today. Raisins were produced in Persia and Egypt and were even mentioned in the Old Testament. It is not only tasty additions to cookies and cakes, but also provide several health benefits.
Raisins are especially good for Continue reading
There is a deep sickness beginning to take hold of the American psyche that threatens to undermine the already shaken stability of the lives of everyone in this country.
Part 1 Continue reading
A Burning Question – Got the -itis? Bronch-itis, arthr-itis, gingiv-itis? The -itis signifies inflammation, as in flame and burning, but inflammation is also at the root of cancers, heart disease and the rest. Inflammation is an acute and usually obvious “get to the doctor” problem where Continue reading
Until the 1940s, the drug of choice against malaria was also the first antimalarial drug ever developed: quinine. Continue reading
Genetics researchers from Taiwan’s National Central University have determined that over a third of herbal medicines used in Traditional Chinese Medicine – and nearly all leading therapeutic herbs – alter our genes or Continue reading
Are you one of the millions of Americans who notices a throbbing pain in their toe, knee, or elbow after they eat a big steak dinner or have a tall glass of beer? If you are, then it could be related to this nasty culprit: gout.
Gout affects six million Americans and, as baby boomers age, the number is expected to rise. Continue reading
This book has the potential to save your life. Magnesium has been used around the world to bring people back from the brink of death and Dr Mark Sircus examines how this amazing mineral that is so overlooked by the majority affects so many aspects of our health including cancer, heart disease, diabetes, depression, asthma, inflammation, arthritis and autism. Continue reading
Few people are familiar with the term nightshades, and many will be surprised to learn that consuming foods from this plant group may be contributing to their pain and inflammation. Nightshades belong to the Solanaceae family which includes over 2,000 species. They also include some of the most popular foods consumed today; Continue reading
Children are not the only ones at high risk of developing the chronic neurological disorder narcolepsy in conjunction with the pandemic swine flu vaccine Pandemrix, according to a new study. The latest among several in recent years to link the two, the new paper found that people age 20 and younger have a roughly tripled risk of developing narcolepsy if they get the H1N1 jab, Continue reading
If you have $25,000 burning a hole in your pocket, you can plunk it down on a new, red convertible, or an artificial hip and months of painful rehabilitation.
Before you make your decision, friend, remember — at least you can return the car if it turns out to be a lemon.
A new study out of Canada Continue reading