Holy Basil: Top 12 Amazing Health Benefits of Tulsi

Source: Holy Basil: Top 12 Amazing Health Benefits by Dr. Edward Group   Whether you use it to reduce stress, improve sleep, or boost your immune system, holy basil is an amazing herb with many therapeutic properties. Also called Tulsi, legend has it that the plant is an earthly manifestation of the Hindu goddess who was devoted to … Continue reading Holy Basil: Top 12 Amazing Health Benefits of Tulsi

The Potential Epigenetic and Anticancer Power of Dietary Flavones

Eating more plant flavones could reduce your cancer risk, suggests a recent study. By inhibiting epigenetic marks that play a central role in the formation of cancer, some foods may be able to help stave off this widespread disease. According to the American Cancer Society, there will be an estimated 1.6 million new cancer cases in … Continue reading The Potential Epigenetic and Anticancer Power of Dietary Flavones

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Sodium Bicarbonate – Full Medical Review

Rich Man’s Poor Man’s Cancer Treatment 2nd Edition The main thrust of the first edition was on the use of sodium bicarbonate for cancer treatment. This vastly expanded second edition extends coverage into important areas of kidney disease, diabetes, treatment of flu and the common cold, and other areas of general medicine. Truly sodium bicarbonate … Continue reading Sodium Bicarbonate – Full Medical Review

Teen Drinking Could Epigenetically Hinder Brain Development

Alcohol is likely the most used and abused substance in the world. It’s fine to have a few cocktails or beers per week, but only for those that are of the legal drinking age. Underage drinking is a consistent issue faced in the United States today. According to the CDC, kids ages 12-20 consume about 11% … Continue reading Teen Drinking Could Epigenetically Hinder Brain Development

Best Vitamins for Women to Support Any Age & Life Stage

Source: Best Vitamins for Women to Support Any Age & Life Stage by Wendee Nicole   In an ideal world, you would get all the vitamins, minerals, and essential nutrients from a healthy lifestyle and a balanced diet. If you're like many women, life stays full of activities and you may not always have time to eat … Continue reading Best Vitamins for Women to Support Any Age & Life Stage

Healthy Unicorn Frappe with Edible Flowers

Source: Healthy Unicorn Frappe with Edible Flowers by Dr. Edward Group Having started on social media, so-called “unicorn food” is a trend that’s spreading like wildfire. So far there’s been unicorn lattes, unicorn ice cream, unicorn yogurt bark, sprinkle-encrusted unicorn toast, and other vivid delights. Although some of these magical morsels are created with healthy, natural … Continue reading Healthy Unicorn Frappe with Edible Flowers

Curing Cancer by Reviving the Krebs Cycle

This is a chapter from my Surviving Cancer Compendium and is a continuation of my work on mitochondrial medicine. The mitochondria are everything to a person who has cancer because what is happening to our mitochondria colonies inside of our cells is happening to us. Whether we live or die is up to our mitochondria so the last … Continue reading Curing Cancer by Reviving the Krebs Cycle

Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus and Epigenetics

Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) is a polygenic metabolic disease characterized by elevated blood sugar levels due to pancreatic beta-cell functional impairment and insulin resistance in tissues such as skeletal muscle, adipose tissue and the liver[1]. Millions of people around the globe are diagnosed with diabetes, and its incidence is estimated to double by 2030. … Continue reading Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus and Epigenetics

Could the Mediterranean Diet During Pregnancy Epigenetically Reduce a Child’s Disease Risk?

The Mediterranean diet has been associated with reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, obesity, and metabolic syndrome. Taking this a step further, research is now pointing to the epigenetic benefits abiding by a Mediterranean diet could have while pregnant. The main components of this healthy eating pattern might epigenetically protect the fetus from developing diseases … Continue reading Could the Mediterranean Diet During Pregnancy Epigenetically Reduce a Child’s Disease Risk?

Sugar and Cancer Growth Research

Strategy for Selective Starvation of Cancer Cells According to researchers at the University of California, San Francisco, sugar poses a health risk—contributing to around 35 million deaths globally each year. So high is its toxicity that it should now be considered a potentially toxic substance like alcohol and tobacco. Its link with the onset of diabetes is such … Continue reading Sugar and Cancer Growth Research

What Causes Frequent Urination in Women & How to Manage It

Source: What Causes Frequent Urination in Women & How to Manage It by  Wendee Nicole I was in an important meeting at work and suddenly felt an overwhelming urge to go to the bathroom — despite using it an hour ago. I rushed out of the room and frantically searched for the closest bathroom. The full … Continue reading What Causes Frequent Urination in Women & How to Manage It