Saturday - Oct 20, 2018

Health

  • Tamarind fruit: 7 amazing health benefits you shouldn’t ignore

    Tamarind fruit: 7 amazing health benefits you shouldn’t ignore

    Published by Omigy Health It’s the fruit used in various recipes in almost all the parts of the world.Like Africa, it is the place where the tamarind originated, but now it grows in many parts of the world, mostly in Asia. The highest consumption being in India in many recipes of the daily food. It

  • Shrimp and lobsters have powerful anti- inflamatory properties

    Shrimp and lobsters have powerful anti- inflamatory properties

    by Ben Fuchs Critical Health News Shrimp and lobsters make their own anti-inflammatory molecules, and that has scientists very excited. In a press release posted last week by the College of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University, officials announced that they had received a $380,000 National Institute of Health grant to investigate just how the marine

  • Flu vaccine contains 25,000 times more mercury than is legally allowed in drinking water

    Flu vaccine contains 25,000 times more mercury than is legally allowed in drinking water

    by Ethan A. Huff In case you missed it, recent lab tests conducted at the Natural News Forensic Food Lab found that seasonal flu vaccines, which are pushed on virtually everyone these days, including young babies, pregnant women and the elderly, contain outrageously high levels of neurotoxic mercury. Vials of batch flu vaccine produced by

  • This will make your clothes bright white and spring fresh

    This will make your clothes bright white and spring fresh

    No toxins, cheap and easy! by Healthy Logistic Living Conventional laundry products often contain toxic chemicals that can harm you and the environment.  Unfortunately today, most synthetic detergents are often made of petrochemicals, phenols, and toxic fragrances. In other words, many laundry detergents are largely carcinogenic, allergenic, and otherwise harmful to your health. These chemicals have long been associated with

  • 7 sneaky food marketing  strategies designed to trick you

    7 sneaky food marketing strategies designed to trick you

    by Jennifer Lea Reynolds All of those “buy 2 for the price of 1” supermarket or massive chain-store deals sound appealing, don’t they? Well, you may not be getting the deal you think you are. Many so-called deals are nothing more than clever food marketing tactics. Translation: many times, you may end up spending more

  • 10 powerful benefits of drinking moringa every day

    10 powerful benefits of drinking moringa every day

    by Brenda Godinez Moringa plant is beginning to gain more popularity as a new “superfood” for its highly nutritious profile and powerful anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and tissue-protective properties. Moringa oleifera, also known as horseradish tree, ben tree, or drumstick tree, is a small tree from India, Pakistan, and Nepal that has been used for generations in

  • First evidence that natural essential oils counteract inflamation caused by polluted air

    First evidence that natural essential oils counteract inflamation caused by polluted air

    by George Zapo Certain ingredients in essential oils made from plants could provide a natural treatment of liver and lung conditions caused by air pollution.  They may also help in counteracting inflammation. This recent study evaluated the value of using specific essential oil compounds — like fennel, anise, ylang ylang, and cloves — to treat

  • Court bans DOJ from prosecuting medical  marijuana users and growers

    Court bans DOJ from prosecuting medical marijuana users and growers

    Court bans DOJ from prosecuting medical marijuana users, growers by Daniel Barker Supporters of medical marijuana have gained an important victory with a federal appeals court ruling that prohibits the Department of Justice (DOJ) from prosecuting medical marijuana growers and users if no state laws are being breached. A unanimous decision by the Ninth U.S.

  • Reusable plastic water bottles   harbor more germs than your toilet

    Reusable plastic water bottles harbor more germs than your toilet

    by Julie Wilson Recycling your plastic water bottle may seem like a green thing to do, but the truth is it’s better to simply avoid plastic altogether, and for a number of reasons. Drinking from a reusable water bottle places you at risk for contracting an array of dangerous germs like E.coli and salmonella. Laboratory

  • Plastic surgeon says women with breast implants have 10 times the risk for cancer

    Plastic surgeon says women with breast implants have 10 times the risk for cancer

    by Amy Goodrich Many women around the world have breast implants for cosmetic reasons or following breast-cancer surgery. In rare occasions, these breast implants may lead to a new emerging cancer type, called breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma, or BIA-ALCL. Although the risk is small, before making their decision patients should be advised about