Migraines impair your ability to do your job well, and for some people, they're so delibitating, it renders them unable to function at all.
Migraines can be caused by anything from food allergies to hormones and even the weather. But regardless of the trigger, there's a herb you can try that's been shown to reduce migraines by almost half! Introducing the herb that could halve the number of hea... ››› Read more
And a humble food could protect your brain from this deterioration...
Researchers from several universities in London ran a study, now published in the medical journal BMJ, involving 131 000 people over a seven year period.
The participants were between the ages of 50 and 79 in 2004 when the study began, and none of them suffered from dementia at the time.
The researchers used the parti... ››› Read more
Early in the 20th century, naturalist Rudolf Steiner developed the first extracts of mistletoe for injection. He theorised that it might help treat cancer because, like cancer, mistletoe is a parasitic growth that eventually kills its host. Studies show an impressive track record for this strange parasitic plant...
According to studies, mistletoe has the ability to kill various types of canc... ››› Read more
For the past two to three decades, researchers have demonstrated that the offending proteins (including gluten, gliadin and glutenins) found in wheat, rye, barley, spelt, triticale, kamut, and possibly oats, can cause symptoms and sometimes full-blown diseases that reach far beyond celiac disease.
These diseases can affect nearly any area of the body, not just the intestinal tract. They are oft... ››› Read more
There's an all-natural, great tasting, completely underused treatment
that can help prevent type 2 diabetes as well as help treat existing diabetes.
It's non-prescription, cheap, unpatentable cinnamon! The risks involved with this treatment are small, and it's well worth considering both for current diabetics and for those at risk for the disease. Just a spoonful of cinnamon can help regulate ... ››› Read more
Even just a little pain in your back can leave you in a lot of agony. It can hassle you when you walk, when you sit, when you lie... and when you do anything else.
But spending 10-15 minutes stretching out your back every day could be exactly what you need to loosen the muscles around the spine and bring you pain relief.
Be sure to take it slow and gentle and not to do any stretch or exerci... ››› Read more
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) describes a feeling of numbness, pain, tingling, burning or weakness in the hands and arms.
It's caused by pressure on the median nerve which runs from your arms into your hands. Swelling in your wrist may pinch the nerve, resulting in the discomfort described above. The only digit CTS doesn't affect is the pinky.
But, if you go to the doctor, he'll want you to ... ››› Read more
There's a definitive relationship between diabetes and stress. Stress can affect your physical, emotional and mental well-being, as well as your health.
It doesn't matter what you're stressing over - finances, work, family or coping with a recent diabetes diagnosis. When your mind is elsewhere, you might drink more alcohol and exercise less, or forget to check your blood sugar levels and admini... ››› Read more
After you read this, you may find yourself asking for extra curry with your chicken and veggies the next time you dine out at your favourite Indian restaurant.
And with very good reason. One of the main ingredients in Indian curries has had a recent boom in popularity in the West due to the ever-mounting collection of research on its potential health benefits - including that of a cancer blaste... ››› Read more
There's a safe natural mineral that stimulates the growth of new bone. It's been around for millions of years. And one of the first favorable clinical trials on this mineral and osteoporosis was reported from the Mayo Clinic way back in 1959. The mineral that could help you beat osteoporosis...
Strontium is in the same mineral family as calcium and magnesium, and it’s been shown to promot... ››› Read more
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