Inflammation is the root cause of many chronic illnesses, from arthritis to cancer, and more.
That's because the majority of these illnesses start in your gut as an autoimmune reaction that develops into systemic inflammation.
So if you can keep a handle on inflammation, you could prevent disease - and even help your body heal itself.
And, you don't need antibiotics for this - there's a ... ››› Read more
Since ancient times, people have been using Rosemary oil medicinally.
And for good reason - see below how this aromatic herb can help improve your health... Five remarkable benefits of rosemary oil...
#1: Treats indigestion
Rosemary oil can greatly assist with digestive problems, including indigestion. It’s also effective in treating stomach cramps and bloating. Some research shows that... ››› Read more
In a previous letter I shared 9 categories, which I believe, should be addressed if you want to thrive.
To recap here they are again:
These categories are not silos that function independently. They often overlap in a systemic way and influence your physical and me... ››› Read more
Yesterday, the financial news featured Biogen's Alzheimer's drug that's just been approved by the FDA's accelerated programme...
This, despite highly controversial trial results!
Find out more below... Are pharmaceutical companies in the money game or the medicine game?
They certainly don't seem to be in the HEALTH game!
The story behind this drug, which will be sold under the br... ››› Read more
Autoimmune conditions are really the body's natural defence system mistakenly attacking normal cells - because it can't differentiate between normal and foreign (or harmful) cells.
Millions of people around the world suffer from autoimmune diseases.
But you can help your body balance your immune system, dampen inflammatory attacks and dowse autoimmune responses.
Five vitamins and mineral... ››› Read more
Last week, we looked at the first BIG step that you need to take to thrive: Taking responsibility, basically rebooting your mental operating system.
Just to recap: Those who thrive, who live healthy, meaningful and optimal lives have taken responsibility.
They own their responsibility. They also own who, where and what they are. They own their outcomes and achieve a healthy life. They hold... ››› Read more
There's one vitamin you get from green, leafy vegetables that's been linked to a lower risk of heart attack.
Find out more below about the study and why eating greens or supplementing with this vitamin is essential for a healthy heart... Eat more greens to reduce your risk of LVH...
We need to consume about one microgram of vitamin K per kilo of body weight per day. So, if you weight 70km, y... ››› Read more
It's been proven that vegetables and fruit don't contain the nutrient vaues they used to 50 years ago due to poorer soil quality.
But there's one nutrient that you've probably reduced in your diet thanks to bad press (misinformation really) which could be the reason you're mentally tired and forgetful. A choline deficiency is not only more common than we think, it could be making you forgetful.... ››› Read more
Hello, Reinhard here….
Last week we looked at the 9 main categories you need to address if you want to thrive.
I also suggested that you give yourself a score out of 10 for where you find yourself currently and where you would like to be…
You have my full commitment to help you get closer to the 10 mark - just keep reading my weekly emails.
But before you can start addressing the... ››› Read more
Too often, we beat ourselves up for putting on weight - for not resisting the myriad of temptations (even those that look healthy - but really aren't)... and for not having enough energy to go to the gym every day...
But there's one other reason that's been confirmed by a recent study that packs on the kilos - and it has nothing to do with what you eat or the time you spend at the gym...
In... ››› Read more
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