Source: Olive Leaf Extract Benefits: Brain, Heart, Immune System, & More by Dr. Edward Group Any time you pass along the proverbial olive branch — a sign of peace and forgiveness — you’re metaphorically passing along an ancient plant, Olea europaea. From this plant, we get olives — and olive oil. But did you know that the humble … Continue reading Olive Leaf Extract Benefits: Brain, Heart, Immune System, & More
Source: Are Cold Showers Good For You? An Unlikely Immunity Booster! by Dr. Edward Group For many of us, cold showers are an unpleasant mishap on a routine day. When you hear a shout of “THERE’S NO HOT WATER!” coming from the bathroom, it usually isn’t a good thing. But it may be time to rethink that … Continue reading Are Cold Showers Good For You? An Unlikely Immunity Booster!
How stem cells become specific cell types is an intricate process, yet understanding the mechanisms that trigger this process may well prove to be beneficial for use in repairing and regenerating tissue. In a recent study, scientists at the University of Illinois at Chicago investigated the molecular mechanism, histone demethylation, and how it plays an essential role … Continue reading Histone Demethylation Plays a Role in Turning Stem Cells into Blood Vessel Cells
The lack of exercise can contribute to a wide array of health problems, including obesity and a higher risk of cardiovascular disease. In fact, around 39 percent of the American adult population is obese. For people who have sedentary lifestyles, but can’t allot time for exercise, there are natural ways to burn fat that are less strenuous compared to … Continue reading 6 Natural ways to burn fat if you can’t exercise regularly
Enderlein’s Endobiont and Prusiner’s Prion Prof. Enderlein observed blood samples with the technique of dark field microscopy, which is also called live blood analysis. As the name suggests, the blood cells and particles are alive and not dead like in stained samples used by hematologists Bacteria in stained sample Bacteria and Symprotits in dark field … Continue reading Prion & Endobiont in live blood
There are many examples of infectious agents that are capable of modifying the behavior of their host organism. Pathogens typically co-opt their host in ways that create an opportunity to spread into another host. For example, the rabies virus is transmitted through saliva, so the virus transforms its host into an unusually aggressive beast that … Continue reading Can An Infection Alter Your Epigenome?
Source: The 14 Best Vitamins & Supplements for Heart Health by Dr. Edward Group Your heart is one organ you can’t live without. In times past, people actually considered the heart the seat of thought and emotion, rather than the brain. As medical science progressed, experts realized that the heart does not house our thoughts, but … Continue reading The 14 Best Vitamins & Supplements for Heart Health
Source: Probiotics & Heart Health: How Your Gut Helps Your Heart by Dr. Edward Group The best way to someone’s heart is through their stomach, or so the old adage goes. Believe it or not, there’s more truth behind it than you may think. While the saying elicits images of cooking dinner for your sweetheart, it … Continue reading Probiotics & Heart Health: How Your Gut Helps Your Heart
Source: Healthy Heart Tips: 17 Ways to a Happy Heart by Dr. Edward Group The human heart is an organ that we all cherish, and for good reason! Be it the rush of love or the pumping of blood, our hearts are our life force. Yet the leading cause of death in the world is not … Continue reading Healthy Heart Tips: 17 Ways to a Happy Heart
Source: Low-Sodium Foods: Best Choices & What to Avoid by Dr. Edward Group When people talk about sodium, they usually mean table salt — technically, sodium chloride. Around the world, people use salt to add flavor and verve to savory dishes. We eat salt because the body requires it to send nerve impulses from the brain … Continue reading Low-Sodium Foods: Best Choices & What to Avoid