Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease that involves your immune system attacking your body's own healthy tissue. And it's a serious condition that most sufferers control using drugs and other medication.
Recently, research led by NYU Langone Medical Center in New York City looked at what happens when a patient with MS stops taking their medication.
The results are pretty frightening…... ››› more
We've all been there. After months of solid dieting, you finally reach your weight loss goal.
Then one day you climb on the scale a few shorts week after celebrating your weight loss achievement… And see that the numbers on the scale have crept back up!
Don't worry - weight regain is very common.
Today, we explain why and show you how to deal with it.... ››› more
You also might've already read my recent article on how broccoli is a potent tool in activating cancer-fighting genes , but here's more good news.
A new study has found that broccoli sprout extract can significantly protect you from two types of cancer: Head and neck.
Incorporating this extract into your diet can help you avoid developing either of these two cancers. And who doesn't want to avoid cancer as far as they can?
Keep reading for the full scoop.... ››› more
If you're a breast cancer patient, I have some positive news for you!
A new study led by researchers from Lund University in Sweden claims that breast cancer patients who take the drug tamoxifen could have their risk of getting it again by drinking coffee!
Read on to find out how drinking at least two cups of java each day while on these meds can slash your breast cancer recurrence risk in half.... ››› more
As you may already know, ginger is numero uno when it comes to curing common cold and cough.
But now, a new study by researchers at Georgia State University in the US has suggested that it can defeat cancer too!
Astoundingly, the study also found that ginger can even be MORE EFFECTIVE than other cancer drugs at shrinking tumours!
Read on for the full story on how you can use ginger to treat cancer as well as pain and inflammation.... ››› more
Winter is here, and with it comes a number of dreaded allergies, from watery eyes and coughing, to sneezing and a runny nose…
But don't worry. There are ways you can stop winter from stuffing you up without resorting to over-the-counter and prescription meds.
Well-respected surgeon and author Dr Oz has let out five simple, effective ways to help you with your allergies not only in winter, but all year round.
Read on to discover what they are... ››› more
Have you recently had surgery? Well, you're at risk of a heart attack or stroke.
In fact, a recent discovery by researchers at the Loyola University Medical Center found that 12% of all people that have surgery, suffer post-operative atrial fibrillation (POAF).
POAF is a condition that causes your heart to vibrate inside your chest instead of beating properly. And that causes your blood to come to a halt.
Now, if your blood stops flowing, even for just a few milliseconds, it starts to clot. And these clots shoot through into smaller arteries, blocking them.
That's when you suffer a deadly stroke or heart attack.
But you have the ability to ward of this frightening condition.
Read on below to find out what you must do…... ››› more
The news is bloated with information on weight loss. But as it turns out, there are some simple key rules to keep in mind to reach your goals!
Researchers at Tufts University in the US look at more than 16 years of data from 120,000 men and women who were included in long-term studies.
According to their results published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, these five pointers are all the things that help you drop kilos and keep them off…... ››› more
Vitamin C has always just been a colds and flu vitamin to me… But recently Dr Golding shared how this under rated vitamin can prevent cancer!
Studies show that higher levels of vitamin C actually causes cancer cells to die…
Read on to discover why…... ››› more
There's been much controversy surrounding whether or not peanut butter is “heart healthy”. Because of how much saturated fat, sodium and potassium this nut butter contains, many doctors have put it down as bad for your heart.
But good news!
An article recently published in the Harvard Heart Letter has confirmed that peanut butter is in fact heart healthy.
Read on to find out why…... ››› more
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