Hello, Reinhard here.
Last week I explained how chronic inflammation is the one underlying factor that most lifestyle related disease have in common. We looked at the survival role of acute inflammation and also the impact of chronic inflammation on your health.
The bottom line we can take from that is you need to know what causes inflammation and how to minimize it in order to thrive. In t... ››› more
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 ... ››› more
You just never know when you're going to have a bad day - and lately, the bad days come by more frequently...
Inflammatory flare-ups can make it difficult to get around and even the simplest of tasks can be a challenge... Not to mention the constant nagging pain that can get you down and make you feel miserable on the sunniest of days...
So, today, on World Arthritis Day, I'd like to share w... ››› more
One day, your joints feel pretty good. The next, swelling and pain ratchet up and you can barely get out of bed… that's the nature of rheumatoid arthritis.
It's a chronic illness caused by an overactive immune system, and it's more dangerous than it seems at face value... That's because the medical protocols used to treat it include therapies that suppress your immune system.
But there ar... ››› more
Whether it's from side effects, rebound effects or addiction, virtually all pain medications end up causing problems.
And it's not just prescription drugs you have to worry about. Even over-the-counter pain drugs like ibuprofen and aspirin cause damage... Especially if taken over long periods of time.
But you can safely and effectively soothe your pain away with natural painkillers. They rel... ››› more
Past research has linked gut inflammation to increased risk for heart disease, stroke, cancer, arthritis and more recently, prostate cancer too.
And, it's not just a minor threat either. You're up to FIVE times more likely to suffer from these conditions because of an inflamed gut.
Keep reading to find out more - and how to dowse the inflammation in your gut... What is inflammation of the g... ››› more
Researchers made a recent fascinating discovery in the jungle on the island of Borneo, in the Pacific Ocean, near Indonesia.
It's raising eyebrows of pain researchers all over the world...
And, it could change how people look at natural remedies in the future.
Find out what it is below... Animals instinctively know to look for natural remedies to treat their pain...
Researchers in Born... ››› more
We hate to break it to you, but many things you think are ‘foods', aren't. Instead, these items are processed, sweetened, salted, refined, adulterated or diluted in some way. In fact, any ‘food' with a brand name isn't a real food.
While fake foods may be convenient and enjoyable, the problem is that because their ingredients have been processed for a long shelf life, most of its beneficial... ››› more
Fish oil has been studied extensively for its ability to reduce certain cardiovascular risk factors, notably triglycerides and blood pressure, due to its content of fatty acids EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid).
While it's well-known that fish oil provides heart health benefits, not many people know that fish oil also contributes to healthy joints. Read on to learn how ... ››› more
Chia seeds have been making major headlines for their ability to promote heart health - but what about their other health benefits?
Turns out that these nutrient-dense seeds are also useful for reducing inflammation and joint pain associated with rheumatoid arthritis - a chronic inflammatory disorder affecting many joints.
Read on for a lowdown of the key joint health promoting nutrients fou... ››› more
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