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New meta-analysis finds that proper vitamin D levels greatlyimprove the health of diabetics and heart patients
May 17, 2019 04:03 PM
Up to a billion people worldwide may not be getting enough vitamin D, and this is a real problem because vitamin D deficiency can increase the risk of cancer, obesity and other health problems. Meta-analysis published by Current Pharmaceutical Design suggests that getting enough vitamin D can decrease fasting glucose and reduce insulin resistance. Vitamin D can also help moderate your bad cholesterol, as well as reducing your levels of C-reactive protein, which is a sign of inflammation.
"Three of the most significant risk factors for heart disease are high cholesterol, chronic inflammation, and insulin resistance. Researchers wanted to learn more about whether vitamin D supplementation is a way to lower the risk of heart disease or reduce complications in patients who already have it."
Read more: https://www.naturalhealth365.com/vitamin-d-glycemic-control-2947.html
Combine turmeric and black pepper to boost health benefits ofcurcumin
May 14, 2019 04:08 PM
Black pepper and turmeric turn out to provide complementary effects, with the piperine in black pepper making it easier for your body to absorb and use the curcumin in turmeric. Piperine helps protect curcumin from inflammatory processes long enough for the body to use it. Curry powder, which contains both turmeric and black pepper, is perhaps the most obvious way to get bother piperine and curcumin in your diet. However, if you truly hate the taste of turmeric, there are supplements available that have both black pepper and turmeric in them.
"At the same time, it preserves turmeric from inflammatory processes that would normally break down the spice before it could be processed by the digestive system."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-03-31-combine-turmeric-and-black-pepper-to-boost-health-benefits-of-curcumin.html
The key nutrients needed to prevent heart attacks, strokes andheart failure
May 08, 2019 04:33 PM
The CDC assesses that more than 5,100,000 Americans have some variant of heart disease, and that 610,000 will die from it this year alone. While the conventional range of treatments mostly relies on medications, micronutrient-based Cellular Medicine provides an alternative. Cellular Medicine pioneer Dr. Matthias Rath has carried out some very promising clinical research involving micronutrient supplementation. Dr. Rath believes that the American diet, medication side effects and modern food handling and production practices mean that many people are deprived of a range of important micronutrients, with very bad consequences for heart health.
"With the odds of surviving past the five-year mark currently standing at 50 percent, it’s clear that more effective prevention and treatment options are needed."
Read more: https://www.naturalhealth365.com/prevent-heart-attacks-2913.html
Vitamin E Alert: Researchers discover surprising reason why you maybe deficient in this critical antioxidant
May 07, 2019 04:29 PM
It turns out that a lack of vitamin C in your diet can severely inhibit your body’s ability to absorb and use vitamin E. Vitamin E is important to a variety of cellular functions, as well as preventing heart disease and preventing arteries from becoming stiff and hard. The vast majority of Americans don’t eat enough vitamin E, and the situation is made worse by inadequate vitamin C consumption, since vitamin C protects and complements vitamin E. Good sources of these vitamins include kale, apples, carrots and walnuts, as well as supplements.
"Plus, even if clinically-definable deficiencies are uncommon, too many people are still missing out on the key health benefits of vitamin E because they get insufficient amounts of it in their diet."
Read more: https://www.naturalhealth365.com/vitamin-e-health-benefits-2914.html
These 3 unexpected dangers of gum disease will make you want to gobrush your teeth
May 03, 2019 07:55 AM
Gum disease and poor oral health are both associated with a number of serious health risks on top of its basic symptoms like red, swollen gums and sensitive teeth. Gum disease is correlated strongly with heart disease, although the exact causative agent isn’t well understood. Bad oral health is also strongly associated with higher cancer risk, possibly because of the associated inflammation, or perhaps due to compounds created by mouth bacteria. There may even be a link with Alzheimer’s, as bacteria found in the mouth are often also found in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients.
"Gum disease is a frustrating and painful enough condition on its own. Common signs and symptoms include bloody, red, painful, and swollen gums, bad breath, tooth sensitivity, and pain with chewing."
Read more: https://www.naturalhealth365.com/gum-disease-oral-health-2912.html
How Can Cannabis Help with Autoimmune Disorders?
May 02, 2019 01:59 PM
Autoimmune diseases affect nearly 50 million people living in the United States. These diseases can lead to either over-activation, where antibodies may attack otherwise healthy organs, or under-activation, where not enough antibodies are produced to effectively fight off diseases. Using cannabis may be an alternative means of dealing with autoimmune disorders. Cannabinoids have been shown to be able to bind to receptors within the body which appears to be a possible therapeutic key. Studies with hepatitis, psoriasis, fibromyalgia, Crohn's disease, and Multiple Sclerosis have shown cannabis to provide some relief. However, there are some risk of discomfort from side-effects that could occur with using cannabis to treat autoimmune diseases.
"In cases of over-activation, the immune system produces antibodies in response to an unknown trigger that attacks the body's own tissues and organs."
Read more: https://news.weedmaps.com/2019/03/how-can-cannabis-help-with-autoimmune-disorders/
Why magnesium may be the single most important nutrient you need totake for heart health
April 26, 2019 10:20 AM
Magnesium deficiency, which afflicts close to 50 percent of the U.S. population, can have a profoundly negative impact on your health. Failure to consume enough magnesium can increase insulin resistance and create a higher risk of cardiac disease. A Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) study found that magnesium-deficient people had substantially higher levels of harmful C-Reactive Proteins — associated with inflammation and heightened risk of heart disease— present in their blood. A second MUSC study confirmed this association while also noting that magnesium supplements could help reduce the health impacts of not getting enough magnesium from dietary sources.
"If you do not have enough magnesium in your body, you can become more prone to various diseases and disorders."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-03-11-magnesium-may-be-the-single-most-important-nutrient-for-heart-health.html
Magnesium and vitamin D: The perfect pair?
April 24, 2019 01:49 PM
The presence of magnesium is absolutely imperative in maintaining stable levels of vitamin D. When someone does not have enough magnesium in their system, the metabolic pathway, disabling your body's ability to synthesize vitamin D. Taking magnesium does not have to be done in supplement form. If you ingest foods such as buckwheat, Brazil nuts, and hazelnuts, you can naturally boost your levels of magnesium and aid your body in synthesizing adequate levels of vitamin D throughout your system.
"Carried out by researchers from the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, the study looked at whether supplementation with magnesium would affect vitamin D metabolism."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-03-05-magnesium-and-vitamin-d-the-perfect-pair.html
Why a little sun makes us feel so good
April 23, 2019 02:39 PM
Who doesn't like basking in the rays of sunshine on a nice summer day? Since sunlight has the natural ability to raise serotonin levels, it naturally has the ability to regulate and improve your mood. Not getting enough exposure to sunlight on a regular basis can actually lead to the same harmful side effects that are associated with obesity and smoking. UV exposure is especially important for those who are impacted by seasonal affective disorder (SAD), even if it is received in an artificial setting.
"A recent study, found that underexposure to sun carried significant risks, similar to smoking, obesity, and being sedentary."
Read more: https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/5-reasons-sunshine-totally-good-health-102319967.html
Cannabis can reverse the effects of alcohol-induced liver damage
April 23, 2019 02:27 PM
Even though they refer to both types of cannabis, it should be noted that the two types are not interchangeable and have only a slightly different chemical compound. The study showed that active cannabis use provides a profound protective effect against non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, independent of other known metabolic risk factors. Unfortunately they haven't yet uncovered how precisely how it provides benefit to the patient in need, it does provide a reduction in pain.
"The study found that using cannabis correctly significantly lowered the odds of various liver diseases such as hepatitis, cirrhosis, and even hepatocellular carcinoma, a type of liver cancer."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-03-01-cannabis-can-reverse-the-effects-of-alcohol-induced-liver-damage.html
Why do I have so much gas?
April 22, 2019 04:26 PM
Gas and bloating can have a variety of causes. Constipation allows fecal matter to ferment and feed bacteria in the colon, for example. Cruciferous vegetables can also cause excess gas because they contain indigestible raffinose. Carbonated beverages, artificial sweeteners and chewing gum are some additional common causes. People with lactose intolerance can get bloated if they consume dairy products, as can people who consume too much fiber or are too sedentary. In some cases, excess gas can be a sign of an underlying condition like celiac disease or pancreatic insufficiency.
"While gas is usually just a normal part of gut function, it can, rarely, be the sign of an illness. Celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder triggered by gluten, can lead to gas and bloating. Excessive gas can also be the result of pancreatic insufficiency, a disease in which the pancreas doesn’t produce enough of the enzymes needed to digest food."
Read more: https://www.today.com/health/why-do-i-have-so-much-gas-t150006
Are You Getting Enough Healthy Fats?
April 22, 2019 04:19 PM
If you have been trying to remove all fat from your diet, you've been making a mistake. The human body needs fat to function. You just need to make sure you are getting the right fats. When it comes to your health, unsaturated fats are beneficial, trans fats are detrimental, and the jury is still out on saturated fats. Failure to consume enough healthy fats can lead to cognitive fatigue, dry skin, joint pain and other ailments. To ensure your body gets enough good fat, fill your diet with seeds, fruits, nuts and fatty fish.
"Your skin is what you eat and good skin always starts from the inside. Aside from collagen and elastin, healthy fats also help to keep your skin moisturized and supple. As our skin cells are surrounded by them, low levels of fats in the body can lead to dry, flaky and irritated skin (4)."
Read more: https://www.longevitylive.com/anti-aging-beauty/getting-enough-healthy-fats/
Plant proteins found to help prevent Type 2 diabetes
April 22, 2019 04:18 PM
A recent study published in the British Journal of Nutrition analyzed the diets of more than 2,000 men. It specifically sought to find a correlation between protein sources and diabetes. It found that, in general, men with a higher intake of protein from plants were less likely to develop Type 2 diabetes. Conversely, men who got most of their protein from processed or unprocessed meats were more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes. Several other studies from Harvard have reached parallel conclusions.
"According to the study, men who had the highest intake of plant proteins were 35 percent less likely to develop Type 2 diabetes compared with those who had the lowest consumption."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-02-17-plant-proteins-found-to-help-prevent-type-2-diabetes.html
Vitamin B12 deficiency: Seven foods to eat to help keep symptoms atbay - Express
April 11, 2019 01:30 PM
A vitamin deficiency can truly make the difference between being healthy and feeling drained. In today’s article, the focus is centered on Vitamin B12. Bright pictures and videos fill the page alerting you to some of the signs and symptoms of being vitamin B12 deficient. This article also outlines seven healthy foods such as salmon, beef and eggs that can make the difference for your body’s overall levels. It also suggests possibly taking a supplement if you’re unable to eat the foods listed.
"VITAMIN B12 deficiency can develop if you’re not eating the right foods, and serious health problems can occur if the condition is left untreated."
Read more: https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/health/1087211/vitamin-b12-deficiency-diet-foods-milk-egg-beef-liver-salmon-yoghurt-fortified-cereal
This deficiency often leads to brain shrinkage, psychosis and Alzheimer
April 09, 2019 10:21 AM
There are serious health consequences associated with being deficient in vitamins B3, B6 and B12, including many with neurological or psychiatric elements. B vitamins are very important to healthy brain function, and can also play a role in whether and how quickly diseases like dementia and Alzheimer’s develop. Specifically, being deficient in these vitamins can increase levels of homocysteine, which is associsted with sharply increasing the risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s. Getting enough of the most important B vitamins can suppress homocysteine and help keep your brain healthy.
"It should come as no surprise that nutrition is a foundational consideration to optimize and maintain cognitive function."
Read more: https://www.healthnutnews.com/this-deficiency-often-leads-to-brain-shrinkage-psychosis-and-alzheimers/
Higher vitamin D levels associated with an 80% reduction in Type 2diabetes cases
March 20, 2019 01:47 PM
A cohort study which followed 900 participants over the span of 12 years found that people with higher levels of Vitamin D were at significantly lower risk of developing Type 2 diabetes over the course of the study. This study could have huge health implications for the 84 million Americans with prediabetes symptoms, especially in light of past research which suggests that getting enough Vitamin D also plays a role in cardiac health. The best way to get enough Vitamin D is regular exposure to sunlight.
"If you’re concerned about developing Type 2 diabetes, there’s a good chance you keep your sugar consumption to a minimum."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-01-21-higher-vitamin-d-levels-reduces-type-2-diabetes-cases.html
The best adaptogens to beat stress
March 18, 2019 05:09 PM
Foods are often talked about for their health benefits, but little emphasis is ever placed on the mental health benefits of such foods. To reduce the stress in your life you need adaptogens into the diet. Adaptogens are herbs, spices, and mushrooms that can help relieve stress in a natural way. Ashwagandha is a powerful herb that is an antioxidant and aphrodisiac that helps with stress. The root is ground and ingested. Tulsi is another herb that is known for physical well being and can assist those with high anxiety. Two mushrooms, Reishi and Cordyceps, are very potent Adaptogens and reduce fatigue while reducing stress. It helps both physically and emotionally. Finally, the Indian gooseberry known as Amla is cheap and effective. High in vitamin C, it also enhances cognitive functions.
"With stress being a major part of our lives today, it is imperative to make sure we get enough adaptogens into your diet."
Read more: https://www.femina.in/wellness/diet/the-best-adaptogens-to-beat-stress-114667.html
Reduces homocysteine levels and acts as an Alzheimers bodyguard?
March 12, 2019 01:50 PM
The prevalence of Alzheimer's is steadily growing, and researchers are growing more and more concerned at the apparent epidemic. Approximately one in six adults will end up experiencing some form of dementia, and this statistic alone is enough to motivate medical experts to find solutions. Some physicians are finding that taking in adequate amounts of omega-3 fatty acids each day can help prevent the stiffening and inflammation of cells that have the potential to lead to a drop in cognitive function related to dementia.
"The influence of marine-based omega-3 fats on physical and mental health has been the subject of intense research for decades, and there’s compelling evidence they can help ameliorate a variety of psychiatric illnesses and degenerative brain disorders, including Alzheimer’s."
Read more: https://www.healthnutnews.com/reduces-homocysteine-levels-and-acts-as-an-alzheimers-bodyguard/
8 Health Hazards Caused by Lack of Vitamin D
February 27, 2019 09:57 AM
Vitamin D is extremely important for your health. However, in the winter time it can be difficult to get enough Vitamin D because of the lack of sunlight. A 2010 study showed that over 40% of Americans have a Vitamin D deficiency. Risks associated with Vitamin D deficiencies include fatigue and weakened immune system. Risks get more serious and also include cardiovascular disease, cancer Multiple Sclerosis and Alzheimer's disease. All of these diseases come at a higher rate in people who do not have sufficient Vitamin D.
"Our bodies need vitamin D for many health benefits but in the cold winter months it may be hard to get enough of this hormone that's created when your skin is exposed to sunlight."
Read more: https://www.newsmax.com/health/health-news/health-hazards-vitamin-d-deficiency/2019/01/15/id/898321/
What Is Vitamin A Good For? It Turns Out a Lot of Things
February 21, 2019 07:57 AM
Vitamin A has numerous health benefits, and is a nutrient that most people already get a sufficient amount of. Vitamin A is found in meats, eggs, seafood, fruits and vegetables. Vitamin A helps your eyesight. However, too much Vitamin A can actually cause blurred vision. Vitamin A is also known for helping your skin via retinoids. It also helps your immune system. Some studies have linked Vitamin A with a lower risk of cancer, although the science is not conclusive.
"But even if you don't have to worry about getting enough vitamin A in your diet, it's still important to know what it does in the body — here's what we know about it."
Read more: https://www.womansday.com/health-fitness/nutrition/g25895881/what-is-vitamin-a-good-for/
Hyperthyroidism vs. Hypothyroidism: How to Tell the Difference
February 20, 2019 01:17 PM
The thyroid, a small gland at the base of the neck, receives TSH from the pituitary gland. This relationship, whether too active or not active enough, causes many adverse side effects. Too much TSH (hyperthyroidism) can cause: weight loss, cardiovascular irregularities, nervousness, and etc. Too little TSH (hypothyroidism) causes symptoms like: depression, impaired memory, hoarseness, fatigue, weight gain, etc. Currently, no cure exists for either of these conditions, other than individual specific diets targeted at raising or lower TSH levels. As always, one should consult a doctor and get proper blood work done before making any major life changes.
"Thyroid problems can affect anyone of any age from infancy to the latest years of life."
Read more: https://draxe.com/hyperthyroidism-vs-hypothyroidism/
What are the health benefits of aloe vera juice?
February 16, 2019 08:57 AM
The aloe vera plant has long been used for its medicinal purposes but now there is a new way to enjoy the amazing benefits this plant has to offer. Have you had your aloe vera juice for the day? If not, it's time to pour a nice glassfull. Drinking aloe vera juice offers a slew of health benefits, which include high levels of vitamin C that the body needs, prevents and cures constipation, and so much more.
"Vitamin C has a variety of specific benefits, from reducing a person's risk of cardiovascular disease to improving immune system function. Getting enough vitamin C also enhances the body's ability to absorb iron from plant-based foods."
Read more: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/324072.php
A little oregano oil can go a long way for your immune system
February 11, 2019 02:50 PM
Having a lower functioning immune system is never any fun. Have you ever wondered what you could do to give it a good boost on a regular time frame? In her new article, Emily Laurence focuses on adding a few drops of oregano oil into your daily routine could help ward off any bad bacteria that may enter your system. Make sure to read all warning labels and possibly consult your doctor, as she touches on, if you take enough of this you may end up with negative results.
"The active compound in oregano, carvacrol, is antimicrobial, meaning it kills bad bacteria, says certified health coach and director of food and beverage at Equinox Katzie Guy-Hamilton in an interview with Furthermore."
Read more: https://www.wellandgood.com/good-food/oregano-oil-benefits/
Lemongrass tea boosts the production of red blood cells, making ita great natural treatment for anemia
January 09, 2019 10:02 AM
Some people find themselves suffering from a condition called anemia where there are not enough red blood cells present within their systems. The consumption of lemongrass tea could possibly help in the production of these red blood cells, making it a promising intervention for anemic patients. In a recent study, patients who consumed regular amounts of lemongrass tea were shown to have steady packed cell volumes (PVCs) which indicates that their red blood cell counts were increasing to a stable level.
"People with anemia may find that drinking lemongrass tea may benefit them."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-12-31-lemongrass-tea-boosts-the-production-of-red-blood-cells.html
Magnesium for Women's Health
January 04, 2019 03:13 PM
Did you know that magnesium is responsible for over 300 vital functions in our bodies? These include nerve reactions, muscle contractions, and much, much more. There are many ways that this powerful compound works that specifically impact the body of women. One of these ways is how it can help combat restless sleep by taking in natural forms of magnesium such as avocados and black beans. Magnesium also aids in women's heart health and insulin control.
"The reason why this topic is so important is that, interestingly enough, more than half of Americans are deficient in this key nutrient."
Read more: https://www.jewishlinknj.com/features/28454-magnesium-for-women-s-health
Cannabis kills cancer cells
January 03, 2019 11:28 AM
Reputable medical sources such as the British Journal of Pharmacology are finding that cannabis has a direct impact on treating cancer by targeting it from several areas. Although more and more of these studies are being published, it still isn't enough for the medical community to hold the claims above traditional treatments such as chemotherapy that can take a huge toll on the body. This is due to a huge lack of funding when it comes to the anti-cancer effects of cannabis.
"The big scientific news, however, is that the most researched active cannabis constituents, THC and CBD, have been found to also kill cancer cells."
Read more: https://www.healthnutnews.com/cannabis-kills-cancer-cells/
Could inflammation be the core cause of all chronic disease?
December 14, 2018 09:05 AM
Chronic disease is something that is seen all over the place. Some people are aware of it while others are not. It is one of those things that if you are not affected by it, you pay no attention to it. In that, people wonder if inflammation is the real reason behind these chronic diseases. Many people suffer from large inflammation issues but there is a reason for that. People do not take care of themselves enough.
"A lot of blame is passed around when talking about illness. You’ve probably heard a lot of common beliefs about what causes disease – some true and some a bit misinformed."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-12-08-inflammation-the-core-cause-of-chronic-disease.html
Study: Fish oil helps fight arthritis, cancer, heart disease,depression by preventing inflammation - Are you getting enough?
December 11, 2018 11:22 AM
There are so many diseases out there that are plaguing individuals and their families. The amount of people that are affected by these diseases is growing every day and people are not giving enough thought to how they live their lives to prevent this from happening. Studies are showing that fish oil can actually be effective against things like depression and cancer.The main reason that it is effective against these issues is because it helps prevent inflammation.
"One of the most important aspects of fish oil is its ability to reduce inflammation."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-11-18-fish-oil-helps-fight-arthritis-cancer-heart-disease-depression.html
Supplementing with vitamin D can promote weight loss, study finds
December 03, 2018 02:03 PM
There are a lot of people out there that love to have vitamins on a daily basis. They understand all the good things that they can provide for someone and how important they can be as you get older. Diet is one of those things that is constantly not getting enough credit in the health circles of today's world. However, studies are now showing that Vitamin D can promote weight loss and help people achieve their body image goals.
"Childhood obesity has become a significant health problem around the world. Not only is it dangerous for children right now, but it also sets them up to develop serious problems later in life, such as diabetes and heart disease."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-11-30-supplementing-with-vitamin-d-promotes-weight-loss.html
This is what happens with your lungs when you diffuse essentialoils
November 29, 2018 12:32 PM
Your lungs are the key to maintaining a positive breathing tunnel in your body. Making sure your body gets enough oxygen at every minute of the day is obviously very important. Some people abuse their lungs to a point where it is very hard for them to be healthy from that point on. As a result, there are a ton of people who suffer from asthma. It is a disease that there is no cure for but there are some oils that can help treat it.
"Peppermint essential oil has decongestant and antihistamine properties that relieve asthma attacks. Exposure to allergens such as dust mites and pollen trigger your body to release histamines, which in turn trigger asthma attacks."
Read more: https://www.healthnutnews.com/this-is-what-happens-with-your-lungs-when-you-diffuse-essential-oils/
Multiple studies show using CBD Oil for sleep disorders may be yoursafest bet
November 06, 2018 03:51 PM
There are a lot of people that struggle with sleeping disorders. More people than you realize are ones that cannot get a good night sleep on a regular basis. It is something that really takes a toll on their bodies and can be really bad for their physical health. Understanding how to get enough sleep in your life is crucial to long term health. These new studies are showing that CBD oil is so important and could be the best bet for these individuals.
"Although medical cannabis is very effective in inducing sleepiness, many people do not want smoke or ingest weed. Also, many do not enjoy the psychoactive effects of the cannabinoid tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)."
Read more: https://www.healthnutnews.com/multiple-studies-show-using-cbd-oil-for-sleep-disorders-may-be-your-safest-bet/
Curcumin Targets Cancer Cells
October 29, 2018 01:51 PM
Curcumin is something that has received a lot of fan fare in recent months. While many people have never heard of it, there are scientists who have come out and said that it has some massive health benefits. Like many other compounds that are within foods, it is able to deliver things that some may not think is possible. It targets cancer cells and there are people who have reported that they think that it works for them.
"Recent studies highlight turmeric’s superiority by demonstrating its potential to target some of the deadliest forms of cancer while not harming any healthy cells, as published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences."
Read more: https://www.worldhealth.net/news/curcumin-targets-cancer-cells/
CBD cane reduce inflammation and assist in fighting things that go wrong with the body. CBD can reduce stress and anxiety.
Riboflavin Foods: Top 15 Vitamin B2 Foods & Their Benefits
October 22, 2018 09:52 AM
When it comes to being healthy and in top physical shape, the new information and vast amount of insight that has become available thanks to the internet has made people more conscious about their health and their prosperity. In doing so, they are often looking for foods with increased nutritional benefits, including foods that have hard to find vitamins such as those with Vitamin B2 and other similar ones that help them maintain a good and positive health.
"Fortunately, getting enough riboflavin in your diet is easy and can be as simple as making a few strategic swaps in your meals."
Read more: https://draxe.com/riboflavin-foods/
Five Symptoms of Vitamin B12 Deficiency
October 12, 2018 10:21 AM
If your body is not feeling good, or you think that you are lacking something, then you probably need some more vitamins in your body. People do not think about this stuff and when they are feeling down, they chalk it up to something other than vitamins. Vitamins are really important to the well being of a person and they need it for their ability to function on a high level on a every day basis.
"Red blood cells carry life-giving oxygen to every part of our body. But a lack of B12 means there are less of these cells available for oxygen transport. The result is fatigue. Getting enough sleep can’t shake this kind of exhaustion, because it’s hard to recoup when your cells are starved for oxygen."
Read more: https://www.theepochtimes.com/five-symptoms-of-vitamin-b12-deficiency_2679869.html
Signs and symptoms of zinc deficiency - do you know what to lookfor?
September 22, 2018 10:37 AM
Zinc is one of the most common minerals found in the human body. Its function is to help around 300 different hormones and enzymes to function properly. With out zinc people may experience brittle nails, white spots on nails, fatigue, body odor, adult acne, and even low sex drive. Since zinc has the main function to help activate cells within the body, having a deviancy weakens the immune system. The only real remedy for this is to consume foods high in zinc or by taking a supplement.
"This mineral plays important roles in the functioning of more than 300 hormones and enzymes, and a deficiency in zinc may lead to various health problems."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-08-27-signs-and-symptoms-of-zinc-deficiency.html
Common Herbs to Help Soothe Constipation
September 21, 2018 08:52 AM
About a fifth of Americans suffer from the discomfort of constipation, but luckily there are several natural remedies for this common nuisance. Constipation happens when either food moves too slowly through your system, or the colon sucks too much of the water content out of waste as it passes through. Slippery elm can both soothe and lubricate the digestive tract. Aloe can likewise both help constipation and help soothe other digestive problems. Fenugreek is both an effective constipation remedy and a tasty spice.
"If you have trouble going to the restroom regularly, don’t worry because this can be easily remedied by knowing what’s making you constipated and implementing a few herbs in your diet that are specifically used to help relieve constipation."
Read more: https://www.zliving.com/featured/herbs-to-help-constipation-116076/
A powerful compound in rosemary protects your brain from damage
September 14, 2018 09:52 AM
Did you know that Rosemary is rich in antioxidant compounds? This is good news given since it is good for stress relief, and a huge amount of people, including children, are currently experiencing stress. People stress about everything from financial issues, employment issues, and the state of our economy. It's not good enough to simply ignore stress. Doing so might result in additional problems like chronic pain, irregular periods, type 2 diabetes, erectile disfunction and much more.
"The noted survey indicated that almost a third of children had experienced physical stress-related symptoms, such as headaches, stomach troubles, and difficulty sleeping."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-08-12-a-powerful-compound-in-rosemary-protects-your-brain-damage.html
How Nutrient Deficiencies Can Affect Your Mental Health
September 11, 2018 05:52 PM
We often separate who we are into two separate parts, specifically body and mind, acting a if we are some odd hybrid creature. But, the truth is that the brain is as much a part of the body as the fingers, muscles and hair are. We all expect our diet to affect our waistline, and strength, our energy and our hair's luster, or lack thereof. In reality, since our brains are as much affected by our diet as any other part, it stands to reason that our mind's ability to handle stress, emotions and mental load are very much affected too. All of which is born out by data which shows that diets that are imbalanced and overloaded with sugar, unhealthy fats, and chemical additives are apt to contribute to disease symptoms, like ADHD, depression and anxiety.
When the body lacks specific nutrients, like sufficient protein, it can hamper the body's ability to create needed brain chemicals that aid in our ability to handle emotions and stress. In fact, the brain is comprised of a great deal of fat. So, healthy a diet that has sufficient good quality fatty acids is important fro brain health. Brain health and stamina is affected by an array of nutrients that come from food, including magnesium, vitamin B12, zinc and vitamin D. Their lack can cause or hasten mood and behavior shifts that can become problems.
"But the foods we eat also play a role in how we feel mentally as well, and an imbalanced diet can mess with our heads just as much as our stomachs."
Read more: https://www.bustle.com/p/how-nutrient-deficiencies-can-affect-your-mental-health-11194369
5 easy ways you can boost your energy levels
August 31, 2018 05:53 PM
While many people feel tired a lot of the time, healthier habits can help you be more energetic. Eating lots of unprocessed, nutrient-dense foods can help, as can engaging in regular, moderate levels of physical activity, even if you really don’t feel like it at the time. Getting enough sleep and learning how to relax and de-stress can both also help you feel refreshed and better rested. Finally, if your fatigue persists, consult your doctor, since in some cases it can be a symptom of an underlying condition.
"Although fatigue is common and can seem inevitable, steps can be taken to beat tiredness."
Read more: https://www.ocregister.com/2018/08/28/5-easy-ways-you-can-boost-your-energy-levels/
Want to get enough vitamin D? Try supplements or sunshine
August 27, 2018 09:53 AM
If you are a person that lacks in Vitamin D, there are a couple supplements OR all natural ways to help. According to the US Preventive Services Task Force, Vitamin D supplements are ineffective in preventing cardiovascular disease or cancer. In fact, some supplements may take up to years to see a results. An easier way to help increase Vitamin D, is to simply lay in the sun. Vitamin D is actually a hormone that resides in our skin and is triggered by the sun's radiation.
"By the end of 2017, we’ll know who got vitamin D and who got the placebo, and whether the vitamin D group had lower rates of those health problems than the placebo group."
Read more: http://atozhealthguide.com/index.php/2018/08/22/want-to-get-enough-vitamin-d-try-supplements-or-sunshine/
Why your brain fails as you age, what you can do now
August 24, 2018 09:53 AM
It is the mitochondria inside your organelles that produce adenosine triphosphate, and if it does not function now then that is bad news for you. It means that your risk of developing a degenerative disease rises dramatically. No organ in your body is more dependent on energy than your brain, and older people who have their energy impaired open themselves up to such diseases. Additionally, as one ages, their mitochondria is decreased in functions and numbers.
"If your mitochondria are not functioning well, your risk for chronic degenerative diseases will radically increase."
Read more: https://www.healthnutnews.com/why-your-brain-fails-as-you-age-what-you-can-do-now/
11 natural ways to lower your cortisol levels
August 22, 2018 09:53 AM
We've all heard about how cortisol levels can increase fat around the abdomen, but how do we lower these levels that are dangerous to our overall health? Reducing your stress levels is one of the main ways that you can decrease the presence of cortisol in your body. You can do this by finding ways to regulate your thinking into a more stabilized fashion such as learning how to participate in deep breathing and other meditative practices.
"It’s important for helping your body deal with stressful situations, as your brain triggers its release in response to many different kinds of stress."
Read more: https://www.healthnutnews.com/11-natural-ways-to-lower-your-cortisol-levels/
Hydrochloric Acid: The Stomach Acid that Defends Against GERD, Candida & Leaky Gut
August 20, 2018 09:53 AM
Hydrochloric Acid is a key digestive juice which tends to decrease within your body as you get older, causing a variety of digestive and non-digestive issues. Less hydrochloric acid means a less acidic gut, which can result in higher incidence of heartburn, gas, acid reflux, bacterial or yeast infections and other conditions. While some decrease in hydrochloric acid is a common part of aging, eating too much processed food, not exercising and other lifestyle issues can exacerbate it.
"Additionally, not producing enough HCL can lead to many other problems, such as skin problems, including acne or rosacea, mineral deficiencies and autoimmune reactions."
Read more: https://draxe.com/hydrochloric-acid/
Hemp growing in midstate after outlawed for decades
August 06, 2018 05:53 PM
Pen State Extension is performing groundbreaking research into the cultivation of five varieties of hemp, marking the first legal cultivation in the area for 80 years. Hemp is a close relative of marijuana, and this was enough to get it banned even though it does not contain psychoactive THC and has a wide variety of legitimate uses. However, a 2014 Farm Bill legalized growth of industrial hemp for research purposes. Penn State Extensions’s researchers will look at how well different varieties will grow, although they note there is not yet a robust supply chain in place for farmers to sell their hemp.
"For the first time in 80 years, industrial hemp is growing legally in Lancaster County."
Read more: http://www.witf.org/news/2018/08/hemp.php
The Best Vitamins for Men
August 05, 2018 05:53 PM
Many Western men suffer from at least one dietary deficiency, with significant consequences for their health. Vitamin deficiencies can negatively impact almost every system in your body, from your brain to your muscles to your sex drive. Vitamin D3 deficiency increases the risk of heart attack or stroke, and is especially common in indoorsy men or those from cold areas. Even though on paper most men get enough B12, several common medications can interfere its absorption and cause B12 deficiency symptoms like fatigue.
"Many people assume vitamin or mineral deficiencies are mostly a third-world problem in the 21st century, but in fact research tells us that even in developed nations, the best vitamins for men aren’t consumed enough."
Read more: https://draxe.com/best-vitamins-for-men/
How sleep habits affect weight goals: Survey reveals the ideal sleep schedule for shedding pounds
August 04, 2018 09:53 AM
A study of 1000 Brits found that people who get less than seven hours of sleep in an average night have noticeably more erratic eating patterns than their better-rested compatriots. People who got less than seven hours of sleep were more likely to break their diets, snack between meals and drink more alcohol. By contrast, people with consistently good sleep patterns found it easier to lose weight by dieting and had more regular, routine eating schedules. Scientists generally recommend going to bed around 10 PM to maximize your restorative REM sleep.
"Millions of adults are missing out on sleep, which leads to unhealthy lifestyle habits – such as excessive eating – in turn leading to a plethora of adverse health effects."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-08-02-how-sleep-habits-affect-weight-goals.html
6 Steps to Get Your Cortisol Levels Under Control & Turn Down the Stress
July 27, 2018 02:44 PM
Cortisol is a hormone that is released whenever we are under intense levels of stress. Whenever you are in a situation that causes extreme tension, your brain reacts with what is called a, "fight or flight" response. This response is what contributes to heightened cortisol levels. Elevated cortisol can lead to various health conditions, so it is important to keep it regulated by consuming an anti-inflammatory diet, and by participating in activities that reduce stress such as meditation.
"Although most think of cortisol as a bad thing — such as contributing to acne, weight gain or high blood pressure — there’s actually a lot more to cortisol levels than just our stress response and its unwanted symptoms."
Read more: https://draxe.com/cortisol-levels/
6 Amazing Benefits Of Drinking 1 Liter Of Water On An Empty Stomach
June 30, 2018 09:54 AM
As many as 75% of Americans may suffer from chronic dehydration, as many people do not drink nearly enough water during the day. Japanese traditional medicine recommends “water therapy,” which involves drinking a liter of water on an empty stomach first things in the morning. This can rehydrate you after sleeping, cleanse your digestive tract and helps your kidneys and lympathic system to flush out toxins and waste. By making sure you are properly hydrated, it can also boost your metabolism and cognition!
"When you wake up in the morning, you will have likely gone a full seven to eight hours without a drink of water — maybe even longer if you’re not one to take a few swigs before bed. Realistically, that means we go approximately one-third of the day without drinking any fluids."
Read more: https://www.thealternativedaily.com/6-amazing-benefits-of-drinking-1-liter-of-water-on-an-empty-stomach/
Make an INFORMED decision: Everything you need to know about colloidal silver
June 22, 2018 05:54 PM
There is a rich history that goes back for centuries, associating the use of colloidal silver with the treatment of wounds and various illnesses. Today, the FDA does not acknowledge the use of colloidal silver as medicinal, calling assertions by practitioners and users as "unfounded."
Nonetheless, many practitioners and users have found the substance to be of high value, particularly in the treatment of wounds, burns, cuts and infections. Colloidal silver is deemed to be both antiseptic and antimicrobial. Neither is colloidal silver associated with any serious side effects, save one. Unfortunately, the 'one' is a doozy and responsible for much of the foot-dragging, when it comes to accepting colloidal silver.
It seems that it is possible to have the skin turn blue, a condition called, "argyria," with the taking in of too much colloidal silver. However, although the condition is real and not reversible, it is also highly unlikely, considering the normal dose users ingest of colloidal silver is one teaspoon and that dose would have to go up to 48 teaspoons every day, for an entire year to possibly have enough in the system to develop argyria.
"There are are a number of misconceptions about colloidal silver being spread around as “truth,” while the facts regarding its uses and benefits are being obscured — as is the case for so many alternative treatments these days."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-06-19-everything-you-need-to-know-about-colloidal-silver.html
Cut your risk for liver cancer by HALF by just increasing your vitamin D levels
June 20, 2018 04:44 PM
Study suggests that close to 40% of individuals will experience cancer, personally in their lifetime, whether it happens as a small brush with an easily removed melanoma, or whether it manifests as something far more lethal. Much of how the 'cancer' card plays out for any one of us, however, is beyond our scope t do much about. But, we can control what we consume, which can in turn affect our chances.
For example, study also suggests that use of vitamin D can significantly slice one's cancer risk. However, while the general slice afforded those that make use of vitamin D is estimated at a generous 20%, the vitamin offers an even deeper cut when it comes to one of the most deadly cancers, liver cancer. The data, based on thousands of Japanese study subjects, followed for more than a decade, suggests that the risk, specific to liver cancer, could be as high as 50%.
"We don’t get to choose whether or not we’ll get cancer or which type we might develop, so this may feel like a losing battle, but the truth is that you have more power over cancer than you think."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-06-15-cut-your-risk-for-liver-cancer-by-half-by-just-increasing-your-vitamin-d-levels.html