Tuesday - Oct 23, 2018

Health

  • Using Splenda linked to Type 2 Dibetes, IBS and cancer

    Using Splenda linked to Type 2 Dibetes, IBS and cancer

    by Lynn Griffith More and more Americans are dieting each year, resulting in a steady increase in revenue for the diet industry.  As of 2012, Americans spent 65 billion dollars attempting to lose weight.  One of the largest markets were diet soda, with Americans spending 21.15 billion dollars. American’s spent 21.15 billion dollars on diet

  • Amish girl who fled US to escape forced chemotherapy is now cancer-free

    by J. D. Heyes Some might call it a “miracle,” but alternative and holistic medicine healers aren’t really surprised to learn that a 12-year old Amish girl is now cancer-free — after her doctors testified in court just six months ago that she would be dead by now if her family were permitted to refuse

  • 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

  • Top foods avoid with high blood pressure

    Top foods avoid with high blood pressure

    by Alex Jordon In the U.S., almost one in three adults are living with high blood pressure, that’s why the topic of dietary recommendations for high blood pressure is becoming more and more popular these days. What causes high blood pressure? Normally not consuming enough vegetables and fruits can result in a high sodium intake

  • 99 percent of GMOs could be excluded from labeling

    99 percent of GMOs could be excluded from labeling

    by Jonathan Benson There’s a new GMO labeling bill moving through Congress that, contrary to what its backers claim it to be, is nothing more than a covert anti-labeling bill that threatens to undo many years’ worth of hard work by true GMO labeling advocates pushing for meaningful reform in this important area of food

  • The surprising health benefits of eating celery everyday!

    Published by Sun Gazing Celery is by far one of the most underrated vegetables. Many people assume that the crunchy green stalks are just full of water and mostly void of any real or substantial nutritional benefit. However, such an assumption couldn’t be further from the truth because celery is packed full of nutrients, vitamins,

  • Ten reasons not to vaccinate

    Ten reasons not to vaccinate

    by D. Samuelson How difficult it must be for parents to make a decision whether or not to vaccinate their child. In today’s increasingly draconian society, the right to exempt out of injecting your tiny ones with a concoction of toxic ingredients is being fought in legislators’ offices, and not in the hearts and minds of parents. The

  • Five weeds that are actually pretty good medicines

    Five weeds that are actually pretty good medicines

    by usafeaturesmedia (Homesteading.news) Many people agree that weeds can cause a large amount of damage in their garden. For example, invasive weeds like Johnson grass and cogongrass expand rapidly and choke other low-growing flora. Parasitical weeds that depend upon a host for sustenance, such as dodders and witchweed, are even more destructive. Then, of course, there are

  • The wonders of Cinnamon

    The wonders of Cinnamon

    by Ben Fuchs I love easy to use remedies for common health issues. Vitamin C powder is super effective for colds, drinking lots of water can ease hunger pangs while encouraging weight loss and deep breathing can lower blood pressure almost immediately. One of my favorite simple strategies for improving health involves using spices. Not