Tuesday - Jul 16, 2019

Health

  • A healthy, organic diet reduces the risk of cancer by a whopping 65 percent

    A healthy, organic diet reduces the risk of cancer by a whopping 65 percent

    by Ellaine Castillo Many people believe that having a healthy organic diet helps decrease the risk of certain diseases. A recent study helped prove that claim, establishing that a healthy diet can reduce the risk of cancer by up to 65 percent. For the lead author, Dr. Ashish Deshmukh of the University of Florida, the

  • Brain Peptides

    Brain Peptides

    by Ben Fuchs Human beings love to be stoned. Despite police and prison and pecuniary penalties, the human intoxication impulse is apparently insatiable. And, as it turns out, there’s a biochemical basis to our brain’s desires for deliriousness. In many ways human neurology is literally hardwired to be high. For example, our brains make chemicals

  • CONFIRMED: A quercetin-tocotrienols combination combats cancer

    CONFIRMED: A quercetin-tocotrienols combination combats cancer

    by Lance D Johnson The battle against cancer is heading into new territory, as scientists explore the healing ability of substances that support the body’s cells, instead of killing them off. Researchers from the Italian National Institute of Health and Science on Aging (INRCA) have made a breakthrough discovery for preventing the spread of malignant

  • The “truth” about anti-oxidants

    The “truth” about anti-oxidants

    by Ben Fuchs First person I get lots of letters. Mostly they’re honest questions from folks trying to resolve health issues and get back on track with taking care of their bodies, getting off prescription drugs and getting on a good nutritional supplement program. Sometimes I get positive feedback or kudos encouraging me to carry

  • Benefits of regular fasting

    Benefits of regular fasting

    by Ben Fuchs One of the healthiest lifestyle strategies is easy and won’t cost you anything. In fact you’ll probably end up making money in the long run. I’m talking about intermittent fasting (IF), a healthy idea that’s been practiced for thousands of years. Intermittent fasting turns on genes that stimulate growth and repair and

  • Carrots are the best veggies to eat for eye health

    Carrots are the best veggies to eat for eye health

    by Mary Miller It’s no wonder carrots are a staple of most salads and dishes around the world, cakes included. Eating just one carrot a day can provide a person will multiple benefits, chief of which is maintaining excellent eye health. The common carrot, also known by its scientific name of Daucus carota subsp. sativus,

  • Stem juice from bananas a potential natural cure for diabetes

    Stem juice from bananas a potential natural cure for diabetes

    by Ellaine Castillo Bananas (Musa × paradisiaca L.) are some of the most common fruits in the world. Aside from its fruit, other parts of the banana plant, which are usually just thrown away or ignored, also have their own uses. In a study, published in Czech Journal of Food Sciences, they observed that juice

  • How vitamin D supports brain health and works to reduce depression risk

    How vitamin D supports brain health and works to reduce depression risk

    by Vicki Batts Recent research has shown that vitamin D supports overall brain health, and that this vital nutrient can even help relieve depression. Estimates suggest that at least one billion people struggle with vitamin D deficiency worldwide, and another 350 million suffer with depression. While it may not be a cure-all, ensuring that you

  • Why you should reject all those low-fat eating plans

    Why you should reject all those low-fat eating plans

    by Gary Harvey I love this subject. You know why? Because for too long we’ve relied on health officials — and they get things wrong. And many times they’re slow to admit it. It’s time “we the people” were more informed about health matters and stopped relying blindly on what the doctor or some other