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
- Chlorophyll is a pigment that absorbs sunlight to help plants to make their own food, as well as give them their green color
- Chlorophyll is generally known for its ability to help increase the production of red blood cells
- According to the Journal of Food Science, dietary chlorophyll contains antioxidant and antimutagenic properties that may benefit your health by fighting free radicals throughout your body
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Color blindness is said to affect about one in 12 men and one in 200 women worldwide Continue reading
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Vitamin K1 is the primary form of vitamin K responsible for blood clotting
Vitamin K2 is essential for bone strength and the health of arteries and blood vessels Continue reading
After analyzing three sets of different blood samples from 325 patients, a Johns Hopkins Center for Prevention Research Study determined that there are links between lowered levels of a gene called SKA2, plus a higher level of chemical changes that alter its function,and suicidal tendencies. Continue reading
An astounding 70% or more of Americans are deficient in the essential mineral magnesium. Low levels can have deadly effects. Continue reading
I was giving a lecture to a group of psychiatric fellows recently, and I got to my slide on folate. I get excited about this topic, and so I rambled on about the one-carbon cycle, and SAMe, methylcobalamin, and the MTHFR mutation. As I looked away from my slides, I could see the vacant stares from the near-audience and knew I had lost them. If highly educated and Continue reading
- Vitamin E may help relieve the majority of symptoms associated with nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), a common obesity-related fatty liver disease
- With no known treatment – and often no symptoms until serious damage has occurred – Continue reading
If you’re like most folks, the word “diet” sends a cold shiver up your spine — and I don’t blame you one bit.
For years we’ve associated dieting with giving up our favorite foods and consuming bland, tasteless meals with all the texture and excitement of cardboard.
Well, no more, friend. Because I have one… that’s right, just ONE … Continue reading
Kidney stones affect about 10 percent of the U.S. population, researchers say
People who drink iced tea may be putting themselves at greater risk for developing painful kidney stones, a new study indicates. Continue reading
You almost certainly have a significant amount of cancer-causing substances in your body. And, so does everyone you know. That shocking revelation is the conclusion of a wide-ranging clinical study that found that every single one of its test subjects tested positive for alarming levels of at least one known toxin. And, these are not the ill-defined “toxins” of the mainstream media—they are seriously harmful chemicals like arsenic, dioxins, DDE (what the body turns DDT into), dieldrin (a chemical linked to Parkinson’s disease, breast cancer, and other ailments), and Continue reading
Eight Ways to Fight Colds with Food
Cold season is still here, and many of you may be looking for a better way to fight off this pest than just popping some vitamins every day. Well, here’s a list of the top eight foods to keep those nasty cold bugs away — and we’re not talking about just the usual bowl of chicken noodle soup!
1) Carotenoid-rich foods: Carotenoids are potent antioxidants that Continue reading
Did You Know…
… a “Hot” potato prized in Ancient Peru may be key to curing cancer?
In the 16th century, the Inca people ruled most of South America from their mountain capital in Cusco, Peru. To manage this vast territory, the Incan empire cultivated fighting skills, Continue reading
Mitochondria, tiny cell structures that power our muscles, can develop leaks that hurt muscle performance. Research shows, however, that substances found in spinach can stop these leaks and make mitochondria mightier. But to get the full effect, you may have to ditch your mouthwash. Strong mouthwashes kill off the oral bacteria that enable the body to put spinach’s Continue reading