Lyme Disease – The Most Misdiagnosed Di...

Sep 29, 2014 by

  Who would ever think that the bite of a poppy-seed sized tick could wreck so much havoc on the body? A tick that is now believed to contain many other bacteria organisms causing people to have a myriad of symptoms that quickly evolve into chronic disease. Who would have ever guessed this little critter known as the deer tick would be the source of a very mysterious and debilitating...

 

Walnuts and Brain Power

Sep 29, 2014 by

  Most nuts and seeds, in their raw state, are excellent whole foods that literally contain “the stuff of life.” Raw, organic walnuts have many health benefits. One of the major nutritional characteristics of the walnut is its ability to nourish and support brain and nervous system function. Walnuts are also composed of a slew of other phytonutrients that boost the health of the entire...

 

An Apple Peel a Day May Fight Obesity & ...

Sep 26, 2014 by

  Once again we see evidence that real foods can provide important health benefits to the body. Obesity and associated concerns such as diabetes and fatty liver disease are metabolic dysfunctions that are becoming more and more common. A 2012 study has shown that a natural substance found in the peel of apples can partially protect mice from obesity and some of its harmful effects. The...

 

Lone Star Tick Culprit of Red Meat Allergy

Sep 24, 2014 by

  Yes, you read the title correctly. A fairly new allergy, Red Meat Allergy, is being blamed on the bite of the Lone Star Tick (Amblyomma americanum). This tiny terror of a tick, originates in Texas, and has now migrated its way eastward along with the deer population to just about every state except Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota. All three life stages (larva, nymph, adult) of the Lone...

 

Natural Remedies for Sinusitis

Sep 23, 2014 by

  The sinuses are cavities within the bone structure of the face that are normally filled with air and play an integral role in your nasal system. When operating normally, the sinuses employ tiny hairs called cilia and naturally occurring mucous to keep the nasal passages clear and operating efficiently so they can cleanse and filter the air we breathe. Sinusitis (meaning “inflammation of...

 

Health Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar

Sep 23, 2014 by

  If you are in the market for an organic natural substance that is both a superfood and an excellent health product, look no further — Apple Cider Vinegar just may be the ticket. This versatile and cost-effective “wonder drug,” as some have called it, has a myriad of beneficial applications. It also has a long history of use, dating back thousands of years. For Hippocrates, The Father...

 

PMS, Menopause and Asthma: Is There A Connect...

Sep 19, 2014 by

  Research indicates that women with hormone imbalance are twice as likely to develop asthma. According to some researchers patterns of development of asthma in the general public have indicated the possibility of some sort of hormonal role. Asthma involves inflammation that constricts muscles in the airways, causing attacks of wheezing and shortness of breath. An estimated 25.9 million...