Do you have problems with indigestion? If so, you’re not alone. According to Johns Hopkins, digestive problems account for about 5% of all visits to U.S. primary care doctors every year. That might not sound like a lot, but considering there were nearly 600 million visits to primary care physician’s offices in 2009 – Continue reading “Indigestion Could Be Causing Your Health Problems – No Matter How Unrelated They May Seem”
Category: Vitamins and drugs
Do You Practice These 4 Habits of Some of the World’s Healthiest People?
From Dr. Mercola:
Eating a “Mediterranean diet” could prevent or even reverse metabolic syndrome, a cluster of risk factors for heart disease and diabetes. Scientists believe that a Mediterranean-style diet has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects on your body. Continue reading “Do You Practice These 4 Habits of Some of the World’s Healthiest People?”
Intravenous Vitamin C As Cancer Therapy
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Scientists have long studied the effects of mega-doses of vitamin C to treat a wide variety of illnesses and diseases. Research documents vitamin C as one of the best antiviral agents available. Vitamin C has been shown to neutralize and eliminate a wide range of toxins, and to enhance host resistance, greatly augmenting the immune system’s ability to neutralize bacterial and fungal infections. Most importantly, there is extensive published research demonstrating vitamin C’s anti-cancer properties. (1) Continue reading “Intravenous Vitamin C As Cancer Therapy”
Inver Grove Heights Middle School Students Become Natural Chefs
Excerpt from invergroveheights.patch.com
A group of 13 Inver Grove Heights Middle School students gathered after school in a classroom at Simley High School Wednesday afternoon, filling the air with – of all things – the pleasantly appetizing smell of cilantro and other fresh vegetables they had just cut. Continue reading “Inver Grove Heights Middle School Students Become Natural Chefs”
The silent epidemic
The silent epidemic
Excerpt from Saipan News
This year I will qualify for senior citizen discounts at the theater, which means I’m officially an old person. However, my goal is to stay mentally and physically young as long as possible. In order to do that, I’ve started researching information to help achieve optimal health and I recently found an interesting article about Kevin Patterson, a former CNMI physician, and his new book Consumption. Continue reading “The silent epidemic”
How Dietary Supplements Reduce Health Care Costs
by Mark Hyman, M.D.
SPENDING JUST PENNIES a day on healthcare can reduce our expenditures by $24 billion over five years. Continue reading “How Dietary Supplements Reduce Health Care Costs”
Depression is NOT a Chemical Imbalance in Your Brain – Here’s Proof
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This powerful video contains interviews with experts, parents and victims. It is the story of the high-income partnership between drug companies and psychiatry which has created an $80 billion profit from the peddling of psychotropic drugs to an unsuspecting public. Continue reading “Depression is NOT a Chemical Imbalance in Your Brain – Here’s Proof”
The Hidden Diabetes Link No One is Telling You About…
By Suzy Cohen, R.Ph.
Coronary heart disease is a leading cause of death in the United States, killing one in five adults, and doctors are very quick to prescribe statins. In fact, statin drug sales rank in the billions each year globally. Continue reading “The Hidden Diabetes Link No One is Telling You About…”
The Missing Nutrient to Blame for Heart Attacks and Osteoporosis (Nope – NOT Calcium or Vitamin D)
By Dr. Mercola
Reprint: The past decade has brought an explosion of research revealing the many beneficial roles vitamin D plays in keeping you healthy.
But there’s a new kid on the block that could end up being “the next vitamin D,” and we are finding that some of vitamin D’s benefits are greatly enhanced when combined with this other vitamin. Continue reading “The Missing Nutrient to Blame for Heart Attacks and Osteoporosis (Nope – NOT Calcium or Vitamin D)”
Practical Matters: Number of Prediabetics Rising in the U.S.
Reprint from Los Angeles Times:
Many don’t know they have the condition, experts say, adding that they’ll advance to Type 2 diabetes if they don’t exercise moderately and improve their diet. Continue reading “Practical Matters: Number of Prediabetics Rising in the U.S.”