When it comes to eating better, there's no one-size-fits-all approach.
But there are little changes anyone can make that can lead to big weight loss results!
They might take a little longer to bring about big results than a strict diet, but they're changes that you'll actually be able to stick to. Here they are…... ››› Read more
The sea cucumber is a large, spiky caterpillar-looking sea animal found on the ocean floor. And it can be used to treat a wide variety of illnesses including certain types of cancer, new research suggests.
Researcher Ty M Bollinger, author of Cancer: Step Outside the Box, says that these anti-viral, anti-bacterial animals can significantly help people undergoing chemotherapy. They're also highly effective at alleviating the side effects of chemo.
So could sea cucumbers help you maintain your immune system during chemo?
Read on to find out.... ››› Read more
One of the major challenges of cocaine addiction is the high rate of relapse after periods of withdrawal and abstinence.
But a new study, published in the Journal of Neuroscience, has revealed that changes in your DNA during cocaine withdrawal might offer promising ways of developing more effective treatments for your addiction…
According to the researchers, from McGill University and Illan University in Canada and Taiwan respectively, withdrawal from cocaine use results in reprogramming of the genes in your brain that lead to addictive personality.
Read on to find out more…... ››› Read more
While most bug bites and stings aren't serious, some are.
In a new report released by the American Academy of Dermatology, researchers warn that there are seven symptoms you MUST watch out for when you have a bug bite.
If you experience one or more, you must rush off to the doctor right away.
Read on to find out what they are.... ››› Read more
Yep, you just read that right…
A new Swedish study that surveyed over 5,000 people found that environmental stress, specifically traffic, can affect your waistline.
It discovered that if you live near a highway, a railroad or an airport, you're more likely to have a bigger waist size… Read on to find out more!... ››› Read more
“You are what you eat” - you've heard it a million times.
“For a long life and lithe figure, eat lean, leafy goods,” says every annoying whole foods shopper you've ever met (not to mention many respected scientists and researchers).
But a recent study conducted by scientists at the National University of Singapore and the Clinical Nutrition Research Centre (also in Singapore) suggests that it's not what you eat - it's what you use to eat - that's crucial…
According to these scientists, you can help chop your risk of chronic diseases like diabetes by eating with chopsticks.
Sounds bizarre, I know! But that's why you must read on to find out more…... ››› Read more
Losing weight is a momentous achievement. But for some of us, having to contend with loose skin as a result of losing a great deal of weight can be very disappointing!
You might feel like you've won in one area but lost in another. But that's not necessarily the case…
In fact, there are some great natural ways to increase your skin's elasticity and tighten the areas in need.
Today, I'm going to introduce you to some of them.... ››› Read more
It happens just like that. One day you look down and there are fine web-like formations on your legs or ankles.
As unsightly as varicose veins are, they're usually harmless and disappear on their own.
But they can sometimes can uncomfortable sensations, like itching or burning. And that's a good reason as any to want to get rid of them.
Luckily, there are numerous things you can try at home to diminish and prevent the spidery formations. Read on to learn about three effective ways of getting rid of them.... ››› Read more
Sea salt is a wonderful natural detoxifier. It absorbs the toxins from your skin and restores your body with sufficient magnesium.
This “clean”, pure salt also contains bromide, a mineral known for soothing the skin. In addition, it's high in potassium, which aids the reduction of water retention, as well as iodine, which regulates metabolic processes.
It's no wonder sea salt is a popular remedy for keeping your skin healthy!
Read on to find out how you can use sea salt in a cheap ‘n easy DIY body scrub to keep your skin soft and supple.... ››› Read more
A panel of experts from the National Academy of Sciences in the US have confirmed that styrene, a chemical building block found in a wide variety of everyday products, causes cancer.
You find styrene in automobile exhaust, cigarette smoke and - you might be surprised to know - it lurks in your perfumes and other cosmetic products too.
Read on for the full scoop.... ››› Read more
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After reading this, you'll think twice about the food you eat...