Inflammation – Root Cause of Disease

Feb 27, 2015 by

  Medical science is undergoing a quiet revolution. Many alternative and natural health care practitioners have long understood the connection between disease and inflammation, and the role that the immune system plays. However, the conventional medical establishment is beginning to rethink the whole matter. Certain illnesses, such as...

Health Benefits of Daily Walking

Feb 22, 2015 by

  Often daily walking doesn’t get the respect it deserves, either for the health benefits it provides, its worth for transportation, its convenience for just about any age, or the role it plays in recreation. And that’s concerning because, in reality, daily walking has been found to have the highest compliance rate of any other exercise with...

Be Very Concerned About Bisphenol S

Feb 18, 2015 by

  For years now, many of us in natural medicine have been highly concerned with estrogen-mimicking chemicals such as Bisphenol A (BPA), found mainly in plastics, and the effect they have on health and well-being – both in children and adults. But first, a bit of history. BPA was first synthesized by chemists in 1891. In the late 1930’s,...

Calm Your Mind – Boost Your Health

Feb 12, 2015 by

  When reading the title of this article, Calm Your Mind – Boost Your Health, what thoughts automatically come into your mind? Maybe thoughts such as: Psychological mumbo-jumbo? Whatever! Oh, sure, now THAT sounds easy. I completely understand those thoughts because I thought the same things when I was introduced to this concept in 2001 while...

Liver Detox Juice Recipe – Carrot, Beet...

Feb 10, 2015 by

  Your liver is a workhorse and as such consuming a liver detox juice 2-3 times a week will not only help to cleanse your liver but will also help to support both liver and gallbladder. A healthy liver efficiently regulates fat metabolism and is the major fat-burning organ in the body.  A healthy liver not only burns fat, it will also pump excessive fat out...

Health Benefits of Cantaloupe

Feb 8, 2015 by

  At first the health benefits of cantaloupe may not seem as many as with other fruits. Coming in at a low 54 calories per cup, it provides 78% of vitamin C. Cantaloupes are “in-season” June – August. Cantaloupes are members of the cucurbit family of plants (Cucurbitaceae). The cucurbit family of plants includes cucumbers,...

Oxygen-Based Colon Cleansers – Fact or ...

Feb 2, 2015 by

  Oxygen-based colon cleansers have become one of the most popular colon cleansing products on the market today. And, in my opinion as well as personal experience, rightly so. I have been using oxygen-based colon cleansing personally, with family and with clients for over 15 years. Why? The reason is simple – because they work without using...

Health Benefits of Cabbage

Jan 22, 2015 by

  Because of its leafy appearance, cabbage is often thought to belong to the lettuce family; however, cabbage is considered a cruciferous vegetable. Cabbage can vary in color from light and dark green to a rich red and purple with either smooth or crinkled leaves. With less than 20 calories per half cup cooked, cabbage is a very healthy vegetable that...

Herbs & Spices Encourage Heart Health

Jan 15, 2015 by

  According to new research published in Nutrition Today, herbs & spices encourage heart health by helping to improve blood biomarkers related to measuring heart health . Sheila G. West, PhD, from The Pennsylvania State University (Pennsylvania, USA), and colleagues prepared meals for six men, ages 30 to 65 years, who were overweight but...

Zero Deaths from Vitamins in 2013

Jan 14, 2015 by

  According to a recent report there were zero deaths whatsoever from vitamins in the year 2013. This information comes from the 31st annual report from the American Association of Poison Control Centers which indicates zero deaths from multiple vitamins. There were also also zero deaths from vitamin A, niacin, vitamin B-6, any other B-vitamin,...

Probiotic Plus Prebiotic Reduces Cholesterol ...

Jan 9, 2015 by

  Most people now understand that the majority of our body’s immune system originates in the digestive system—60-70% according to some estimates. However, the usual concern is that digestive tract and immune functions are often found to decline as we age thus contributing to disease through the entire body.   Prebiotics Complement...

Fire Cider Recipe – Cold & Flu Fol...

Jan 1, 2015 by

  It’s that time of year when colds, flu and other respiratory concerns flourish.  For me personally, I would much rather try some preventative measures using natural remedies and herbs rather than waiting to get struck by a nasty cold. Natural prevention is always best for the body because it encourages the body to heal naturally. Fire Cider,...