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  • Can a Change in Diet Cure Your Migraines? Read more >

    Can a Change in Diet Cure Your Migraines?

    Low carbohydrate diets have been steadily growing in popularity. Currently, the most highly-regarded is the ketogenic diet, which appears to offer a variety of health benefits. Now a new study indicates another benefit: a reduction in migraine headaches. Migraine sufferers know the crushing headaches significantly lower quality of life. They affect millions of people around […]

  • New Study Debunks Claims for Statin Drugs Read more >

    New Study Debunks Claims for Statin Drugs

    A new study has appeared in the BMJ Open Journal, results of research conducted by a group of international scientists. The study found no link between LDL cholesterol (the so-called “bad” cholesterol) and death from heart disease in people 60 years and older. This study has direct implications regarding the efficacy of prescribing statin medications […]

  • Kris Kristofferson’s Miraculous Alzheimer’s Cure Read more >

    Kris Kristofferson’s Miraculous Alzheimer’s Cure

    Three years ago, famed singer-songwriter Kris Kristofferson was diagnosed with incurable late-stage Alzheimer’s dementia. His family was devastated. Over the next few years, they saw his condition deteriorate, to the point that although he remembered the lyrics to his songs and still performed occasionally, it was obvious to fans that he was no longer the […]

  • The New Invention That Makes C-PAP Machines Obsolete Read more >

    The New Invention That Makes C-PAP Machines Obsolete

    Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a serious condition. It is usually caused by a collapse of the soft tissue in the rear of the throat during sleep, blocking the airway. Left untreated, it can result in high blood pressure, heart disease, impaired memory, weight gain and headaches. Until recently, people diagnosed with sleep apnea had […]

  • Do You Really Need to Floss? Read more >

    Do You Really Need to Floss?

    It has been said your mouth is a window to your health. Your teeth and gums provide a picture of what is going on within the rest of your body. If you have poor oral heath, the inflammation in your mouth triggers your liver to release C-reactive proteins. This puts you at risk for a […]

  • Osteoporosis: Why Drugs and Calcium are Not the Answer Read more >

    Osteoporosis: Why Drugs and Calcium are Not the Answer

    One common problem of aging is loss of bone mass. It starts early; most people begin to have changes in their bones in their thirties. Women often experience accelerated bone loss during the first decade after menopause. When loss of bone mass becomes osteoporosis, it can lead to loss of height, broken bones, and chronic […]

  • Fight Prostate Cancer by Combining These Two Common Foods Read more >

    Fight Prostate Cancer by Combining These Two Common Foods

    Prostate cancer is one of the most common cancers in males, particularly older men. The majority of prostate tumors grow slowly, and do not extend beyond the prostate, at least for many years. Other types of prostate cancer are aggressive, and can spread quickly to other parts of the body. Now research has identified a […]

  • Cellular Health and the Risk of Diabetes Read more >

    Cellular Health and the Risk of Diabetes

    The link between type 2 diabetes and insulin production by the pancreas is well established. However, new research shows there is another important link between sugar rushes, damage to the mitochondria of the cells, and the development of diabetes. The mitochondria are sometimes called the “power generators” of the cells. They produce the energy required […]

  • 9 Best Alkaline Foods Read more >

    9 Best Alkaline Foods

    Many natural health experts now believe it is important to maintain an alkaline environment in your body. Alkalinity supports cellular health, optimizes your immune system, and prevents candida. Here are nine foods that will help you attain and remain in an alkaline state. 1. Almonds Nuts and seeds are generally acidic unless they have been […]

  • How to Heal Your Varicose Veins Naturally Read more >

    How to Heal Your Varicose Veins Naturally

    In the United States, more than half of women, and over 40 percent of men, experience some type of vein problem. ¬†Half of people over 50 years old are afflicted with varicose veins. Varicose veins are a health problem, and beyond that, they are irritating and unsightly. Varicose veins look much like cords that twist […]

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