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This Simple Trick Can Minimize Damage From Unhealthy Carbs

Written by on April 30, 2018 in Food, Drink & Nutrition, Health, Prevention with 0 Comments
This Simple Trick Can Minimize Damage From Unhealthy Carbs

Unripe tropical fruits such as banana, papaya and mango contain digestive-resistant starch1 — indigestible low-viscous fibers that slowly ferment in your large intestine. These resistant starches feed healthy bacteria, essentially acting as prebiotics. They also bulk up your bowel movements for easier, timelier disposal without making you feel bloated or gassy. Best of all, they don’t spike your blood sugar the way completely ripened fruit and other starchy foods do, so they actually help improve rather than worsen insulin regulation.

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Top 14 Cancer Causing Foods You Should Never Put Into Your Mouth

Top 14 Cancer Causing Foods You Should Never Put Into Your Mouth

Most cancers can be prevented with dietary changes. Learn how to avoid cancer-causing risks in outdoor summertime cooking and eating. The food and beverages you consume, the fuel your body uses to fight disease, is critical to your overall well being.

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89th Holistic Doctor Dies Under Suspicious Circumstances-Shot 5 Times in Front of Her Family

89th Holistic Doctor Dies Under Suspicious Circumstances-Shot 5 Times in Front of Her Family

“Olivia Arévalo Lomas of the Shipibo Konibo Indigenous people of Peru was assassinated April 19, 2018 with five shots to her heart, Cultural Survival reported. She was murdered in her home in the Amazon rainforest community of Victoria Gracia located 20 minutes from the town of Yarinacocha, in front of her family according to witnesses. Her death is part of a surge of murders against environmental activists worldwide. Peru, has the 4th highest murder rate. She died in the defense of all of us, protecting the lungs of the Earth with only the power of her voice.”

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Olfactory Medicine: Learn How Illness Is Diagnosed By Smell

Written by on April 23, 2018 in Health, Prevention with 0 Comments
Olfactory Medicine: Learn How Illness Is Diagnosed By Smell

Learn how this breathalyzer-like prototype device is being used to detect the scent of disease.

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Why Do Hospitals Still Serve Processed Meat — A Known Carcinogen?

Why Do Hospitals Still Serve Processed Meat — A Known Carcinogen?

In 2015, the World Health Organization released a report based on an examination of more than 800 studies. The authors highlighted a 2011 meta-analysis that found that colorectal cancer risk increased by 17% for every 100 grams of red meat consumed per day and by 18% for every 50 grams of processed meat consumed per day.

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How Gluten and Processed Foods Contribute to Poor Health

Written by on April 18, 2018 in Food, Drink & Nutrition, Health, Prevention with 5 Comments
How Gluten and Processed Foods Contribute to Poor Health

The word “gluten” comes from the Latin word for glue, and its adhesive properties hold bread and cake together. But those same “binding” properties also interfere with the breakdown and absorption of nutrients, including the nutrients from other foods in the same meal. The result can be likened to a glued-together constipating lump in your gut, which can impede proper digestion.

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A Future Natural Dental Product Designed By Researchers May Cure Cavities

Written by on April 16, 2018 in Healing & Natural Remedies, Health, Prevention with 0 Comments
A Future Natural Dental Product Designed By Researchers May Cure Cavities

The “modern” theory of dental disease suggests that we have an almost total lack of power and responsibility concerning this condition. The new biogenic dental products can — in theory — rebuild teeth and cure cavities without today’s costly and uncomfortable treatments.

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Green Tea Has 19 Medical Benefits and 3 Critical Side Effects that You May Not Realize, According to PubMed

Written by on April 15, 2018 in Food, Drink & Nutrition, Health, Prevention with 1 Comment
Green Tea Has 19 Medical Benefits and 3 Critical Side Effects that You May Not Realize, According to PubMed

Green tea has been a precious drink in traditional Chinese culture for more than 4000 thousand years. Because of its health benefits, green tea has been cultivated for commercial purposes all over the world. Green tea contains more antioxidants than other drinks or food with the same volume.

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Loving Relationships: The Biggest Predictor Of A Happy Life

Written by on April 12, 2018 in Health, Prevention with 0 Comments
Loving Relationships: The Biggest Predictor Of A Happy Life

The data is clear that, in the end, you could have all the money you’ve ever wanted, a successful career, and be in good physical health, but without loving relationships, you won’t be truly happy.

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Human Cells Found to Have Electric Fields as Powerful as Lighting Bolts

Human Cells Found to Have Electric Fields as Powerful as Lighting Bolts

The existence of strong electric fields across cellular membranes is accepted as a basic fact of cell biology. The fact that cells have internal electric fields as well, however, is a whole new revelation. Scientists previously did not know of the existence of internal cellular energy fields, and are just in the earliest stages of understand the phenomenon.

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First Vaccinated Versus Nonvaccinated Peer Review Study Published

First Vaccinated Versus Nonvaccinated Peer Review Study Published

Finally, it’s happened; the first vaccinated versus nonvaccinated children’s health peer review study has been published in the Journal of Translational Science [1]. The study titled “Pilot comparative study on the health of vaccinated and unvaccinated 6- to 12- year old U.S. children” is published as an open access text, thankfully, which everyone—bar none—should read, especially if you are a parent or grandparent.

With 71 References and nine charts, it clearly represents documented proof of what the authors were able to ascertain, when in the Conclusions they state:

Assessment of the long-term effects of the vaccination schedule on morbidity and mortality has been limited [71]. In this pilot study of vaccinated and unvaccinated homeschool children, reduced odds of chickenpox and whooping cough were found among the vaccinated, as expected, but unexpectedly increased odds were found for many other physician-diagnosed conditions.

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How To Make Your Own Probiotics: DIY, Super Easy Gut Health

Written by on April 11, 2018 in Food, Drink & Nutrition, Prevention with 1 Comment
How To Make Your Own Probiotics: DIY, Super Easy Gut Health

Probiotic supplements usually contain approximately 10 billion colony-forming units per capsule – a single 1/2 cup serving of fermented vegetables contain 10 TRILLION colony-forming healthy bacteria! Using the process of natural fermentation, we can create our own healthy bacteria in our guts.

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Prescription Food: Learn Why Doctors Are Turning To Food To Treat The Body

Written by on April 9, 2018 in Health, Prevention with 0 Comments
Prescription Food: Learn Why Doctors Are Turning To Food To Treat The Body

The antidote for modern ailments may no longer be a hard pill to swallow. Food can help heal the most common degenerative health issues.

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Relieve Pain Naturally: Holding Hands Is A Safe Powerful And Effective Way To Reduce Pain

Written by on April 9, 2018 in Healing & Natural Remedies, Health, Prevention with 0 Comments
Relieve Pain Naturally: Holding Hands Is A Safe Powerful And Effective Way To Reduce Pain

Research shows that simply holding hands with someone you love who is in pain can synchronize your breathing, heart rate and brain waves. And the more brain waves synchronize, the greater the reduction in pain.

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How Mind Body Approaches Reduce Blood Pressure Better Than Medication

How Mind Body Approaches Reduce Blood Pressure Better Than Medication

“Our results suggest that the relaxation response reduced blood pressure — at least in part — by altering expression of genes in a select set of biological pathways,” co-first author John Denninger, HMS instructor in psychiatry at Mass General and director of research at the Benson-Henry Institute, noted. “Importantly, the changes in gene expression associated with this drop in blood pressure are consistent with the physical changes in blood pressure and inflammatory markers that one would anticipate and hope to observe in patients successfully treated for hypertension.”

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