The more experts look into natural health, the more they find out about the real benefits that food has on your health.
Some scientists still refuse to believe and acknowledge that food on its own can prevent and even cure disease like cancer. But they can't deny the proof is rolling in thick and fast.
A study that's still underway has more evidence. Scientists are looking at how some of t... ››› more
Ditch the cheese-laden veggies and butternut smothered in butter. Not only are they going to leave the waistline of your pants a bit tight, they're going to wreck your health in the long run.
Instead, eat healthy, cancer-fighting foods that improve your health and keep you slim all in one!
And what's one of the best cancer fighting foods? Well, spinach of course!
Resea... ››› more
Just 20 years ago it was rare to directly know someone battling with cancer. But nowadays, it's the opposite. It's uncommon to find someone whose life cancer hasn't had an effect on.
In fact, it's likely that it's you yourself. And you're looking for ways to beat cancer or lower your cancer risk.
That's why, today, we're revealing some of the best cancer fighting foods. And you can easily ... ››› more
Experts have found it's not just the lack of exercise in people across the globe that's causing a rise in all type of major chronic illnesses.
It's what you do when you're not doing exercise that's the problem!
Recent studies have found that the longer you sit during the day, the higher your cancer risk. And it doesn't matter whether it's sitting behind a desk at the office, or whether you... ››› more
What's one of the first things that pops into your mind when you think about the rules of dieting and weight loss?
“Don't cut too many calories or you'll gain weight”, right?
Well, breaking news in the medical industry is turning that theory on its head.
Researchers involved in a recent study say it's not only a great weight management strategy. They say eating far fewer calories is... ››› more
“Sitting is worse for your health than smoking” was the headline splashed all over the world in the last couple of years.
And now, you know it really IS that bad.
Not only one of the main causes of obesity, sitting for long periods every day is a leading cause of colon cancer.
But then there's the risk of breast cancer that comes from sitting too long as well. And researchers are f... ››› more
Sitting on the beach all day these holidays might seem like the best thing in the world to relax and get over the stress of the past year.
But did you know that sitting could kill you?
Experts say that sitting for more than two hours a day increases your colon cancer risk 8%. Sit for six or more hours and your risk increases 10%.
Those who sit behind a desk for most o... ››› more
Knowing your status is more important than you can imagine.
And as we're in the throws of AIDs awareness month this December, it's a great time to talk about HIV and AIDs.
Did you know that more than six million people in South Africa are living with HIV/AIDs? That's right! But what's even scarier is that experts predict the six million people that know their status only make up HALF of th... ››› more
South African men have made it into a top ten list around the world. But sadly, it's not something to be proud of.
It's a list of the top ten countries with the heaviest drinkers above the age of 15 and SA is number eight.
According to the World Health Organisation, 48% of South Africans above the age of 15 drink beer.
It's probably more - given our love of beers with a braai - but it'... ››› more
While you should sleep between seven and nine hours every night, for women, sleeping a little longer could have significant benefits.
A Finnish study showed women who slept, on average, ten hours a night, had a lower breast cancer risk than those who slept less.
Researchers found it had to do with a hormone your body makes when you sleep. In fact, this hormone literally possesses anticance... ››› more
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