A study appears to show an overwhelming link between life-threatening diseases and eating meats, eggs, milk, and cheese
cardomom, galangal, and turmeric, ginger has been used as a culinary spice for centuries, but it also has astonishing medicinal qualities due to over 14 bio-active compounds that have been shown to slow aging, stop Osteoperosis, reduce arthritis, kill ovarian, lung, gastric, and leukemia cancer cells, protect against radiation, and even prevent blood clotting and heart attacks.
February 2014 marks the 50th Anniversary of Proclamation 3566, a document signed by President Lyndon Baines Johnson designating February as American Heart Month, which succeeding presidents have signed every year since. The American Heart Association, the Centers for Disease Control, and the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, active advocates for heart health, feature heart health […]
After more than two decades, the Federal Drug Administration is moving to change nutrition labels to help fight obesity and fit modern eating habits.
Toxic chemicals found at high concentrations in fried and grilled meats may raise the risk of diabetes and dementia, researchers say. US scientists found that rodents raised on a Western-style diet rich in compounds called glycotoxins showed early signs of diabetes, along with brain changes and symptoms that are seen in Alzheimer’s disease.
Moringa oleifera is a tree native to the Himalayas and cultivated throughout the subtropics. Also called the ‘drumstick tree’ due to its odd shape, moringa oleifera grows very well in numerous climate types and offers many health benefits. It has over 92 nutrients and 46 natural antioxidants, as well as anti-inflammatory compounds
As our collective consciousness expands, so does our creativity. Visionary garden planning abounds as as city rooftops and even entire apartment buildings multi-task as veggie-growing homes. Solution-oriented minds have even dreamed up plans for military combat veterans to build and operate hydroponic greenhouses that can infuse new life into America’s food deserts. Organic gardening offers not only nutritional benefits, but also supports mental, emotional and physical health. Rediscover the power of gardening to revive yourself and our shared environment.
Mammography can increase breast cancer risk and cause spreading of existent tumors. Why is this recommended for screening? Digital infrared thermal imaging (thermography) is safe, accurate and can detect disease years earlier than any other method.
Fifty years of deadly advice has finally come to an end: the medical establishment and government experts are no longer telling us to avoid dietary fats. Despite overwhelming evidence that sugar wrecks our health, triggering heart attacks, diabetes, obesity and more, the food industry still pumps the unsuspecting consumer with deadly, addictive sugar.
Cappuccinos hit the spot, but did you know that spiced apple cider could improve cognition? Ever boosted your libido with Schizandra or gotten fiber from Bamboo tea? Beat the ice storms and polar vortices with a mug of regenerative goodness.
There is no lack of scientific confirmation for the indisputable value of fermented food for the promotion of health and wellbeing. In fact, one could consider fermented foods like kimchi, natto, apple cider vinegar, and even – in moderation – wine, coffee, chocolate and beer, ‘medical foods’ of sorts.
In September 2013, a bombshell report from Credit Suisse’s Research Institute brought into sharp focus the staggering health consequences of sugar on the health of Americans. The group revealed that approximately “30%–40% of healthcare expenditures in the USA go to help address issues that are closely tied to the excess consumption of sugar.” The figures suggest that our national addiction to sugar runs us an incredible $1 trillion in healthcare costs each year. The Credit Suisse report highlighted several health conditions including coronary heart diseases, type II diabetes and metabolic syndrome, which numerous studies have linked to excessive sugar intake….