Diet Exercise Wellness 

What Is Intermittent Fasting and What Can It Do for You?

The most challenging aspect of losing weight is maintaining your commitment over time. It’s easy to get started, but much harder to stick to your diet when hunger raises its head. Eating right and exercise are recognized as key elements, but for some people, they are not enough to achieve success. If you are having trouble reaching your weight loss goals even with a healthy diet and exercise, don’t resort to dangerous supplements or other weight loss fads. Even if you achieve short-term results, the weight is likely to return.…

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Diet Health Studies 

Read This and You’ll Never Eat at McDonald’s Again

Next time you drive toward those Golden Arches, think about this: McDonald’s has one of the worst reputations of any fast food restaurants. There are numerous reasons, but in this article, we’re going to look at the inclusion in their recipes of ten very unappetizing ingredients. Here they are: 1. Ammonium Sulfate Ammonium sulfate is an inorganic salt, most often used in fertilizer. It also used in flame retardant and in Monsanto’s Roundup weed killer. It causes hormone disruption. 2. Silicone Oil Silicone oil is used in making contact lenses,…

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Health Studies Natural Remedies 

How to Eliminate Dust Mites

One of the peskiest allergens around is the dust mite. They contribute to many allergy- and asthma-related health problems, along with skin reactions. These minuscule bugs thrive in cotton mattresses, pillows, bedding, carpets and upholstered furniture, and they feed on dead skin.  Four out of five American homes are infested with dust mites. Could your house be infested? If you experience sneezing; runny nose; red, itchy or watery eyes; congestion; itchy nose, throat or roof of the mouth; facial pressure or pain; cough; or swollen, bluish skin under the eyes,…

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Natural Remedies 

Fight Gray Hair with Natural Remedies

People are now experiencing premature aging of their hair at much younger ages than before. In fact, people in their twenties and thirties are finding gray hairs. Scientists blame a variety of causes, from stress, sinusitis, poor nutrition, fluctuating hormones, thyroid disorders, and chronic colds to genetic predisposition. Natural health experts say there is a way to reverse premature graying. Here are the remedies they recommend:   1. Indian Gooseberry This fruit is also known as Amia. It has potent anti-aging properties. You can eat it or apply amia pulp or…

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Health Studies Supplements Wellness 

The Newest Hope in the Effort to Combat Aging

Throughout recorded history, people have sought a way to avoid aging and extend life. Ponce de Leon’s search for the elusive “fountain of youth” led to the exploration of Florida. Today, as baby boomers move forward into old age, the interest in a true anti-aging formula is growing. An article in Technology Review describes the efforts of one company, Elysium Health, which is taking a non-traditional route in developing its anti-aging formula. Elysium is taking its research and offering a nutraceutical, rather than a pharmaceutical pill. This will allow it…

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Healthy Foods 

10 Reasons You Should Eat More Eggs

Several decades ago, health experts issued a warning about the cholesterol contained in eggs, but the current thinking about nutrition is that eggs are actually good for your health. Egg yolks are rich in healthy nutrients. The yolk contains more than 90 percent of egg’s calcium and iron. The egg white is also nourishing; it contains almost half of the egg’s protein. Here are 10 reasons to eat more eggs: 1. Eggs help improve performance. A single medium egg contains 6 grams of high-quality protein, as well as all the other…

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Disease Health Studies Healthy Foods Natural Remedies Supplements Wellness 

6 Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Cancer

According to the United States government, an estimated 1,685,210 new cases of cancer will be diagnosed among Americans in 2016. 595,690 people will die from the disease. The most common kinds of cancers are are projected to be breast cancer, lung and bronchus cancer, prostate cancer, colon and rectum cancer, bladder cancer, skin melanoma, non-Hodgkin lymphoma, thyroid cancer, kidney and renal pelvis cancer, leukemia, endometrial cancer, and pancreatic cancer. There are actually more than one hundred types of cancer, which is an abnormal growth of cells. Cancer treatment can include chemotherapy,…

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Natural Remedies Prescription Drugs Supplements 

How to Deal with Waning Testosterone

Testosterone is a hormone produced by the testes (although women’s ovaries also produce a smaller amount). It is the defining male hormone, and it plays a primary role in men’s sexual and reproductive health. It also provides muscle mass, hair growth, strong bones, the production of red blood cells, and emotional health. It is also important for prostate health. As men age, beginning as early as thirty, the production of testosterone begins to decline. This decline can impact men in a number of ways. You may experience enlargement of the…

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Diet Healthy Foods Wellness 

The Forgotten Mineral

One nutrient that gets little attention is sulfur. It is sometimes referred to as the “forgotten” mineral. Despite the fact sulfur is present in many foods, many people are deficient. Sulfur is important in healing; when you are deficient you may experience pain and inflammation in muscles and bones. It is important in metabolism; sulfur is contained in insulin, which supports the utilization in the body of sugar from carbohydrates. Ninety-nine percent of the mass of the human body is comprised of six chemical elements: oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium and…

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Diet Healthy Foods Supplements Wellness 

Common Nutritional Deficiences: The Next 6

In our last article, we explained there are eleven common nutritional deficiencies among Americans, and we examined the top five. Even those of us who eat healthy may be vulnerable to deficiencies because of depleted soil, when our food was picked and how long it was stored, and even our own individual biological processes. Here is a look at the next 6 most common deficiencies:

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