Low Sex Drive in Women: 9 Causes & 7 Simple Solutions

Source: Low Sex Drive in Women: 9 Causes & 7 Simple Solutions by The Global Healing Center Team If you have trouble feeling "in the mood," you're not the only one. Low sex drive in women is one of the most commonly reported sexual problems.[1] Whether it's caused by pregnancy, menopause, stress, or fatigue, loss of libido … Continue reading Low Sex Drive in Women: 9 Causes & 7 Simple Solutions

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Selective Survival In The Womb Based On Random Epigenetic Variation May Explain Adult Health Problems

It’s been said before that health begins in the womb. That’s because the conditions we encounter in utero impact not only our well-being in infancy but throughout our entire lives. But what happens when the nutritional environment in the womb is less than favorable? Most epigenetic studies have suggested that embryos respond to adverse environmental conditions by adjusting their gene … Continue reading Selective Survival In The Womb Based On Random Epigenetic Variation May Explain Adult Health Problems

Living a Longer Life with Baking Soda

Research published recently in the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology found that having balanced bicarbonate levels in your body reduces chances of an early death. The study examined data compiled in the Health, Aging and Body Composition Study for 2,287 participants. Study author Dr. Kalani Raphael, associate professor and nephrology and hypertension specialist … Continue reading Living a Longer Life with Baking Soda

How to Improve Focus: 13 Ways to Feel More Alert

Source: How to Improve Focus: 13 Ways to Feel More Alert by The Global Healing Center Team Are you having trouble concentrating? Can't stay focused? While most people occasionally struggle with the inability to focus, other people may have a more serious condition like attention deficit disorder or perhaps a vitamin deficiency that requires directed guidance. … Continue reading How to Improve Focus: 13 Ways to Feel More Alert

Could Common Chemicals Tip the Epigenetic Balance and Program Someone for Obesity?

We’ve all heard of the risks of the BPA, or Bisphenol A, a chemical used to make durable plastics. BPA can be found in baby bottles, toys, water bottles, and the lining of food cans, but it has also leached into the water and air, travelling around the world. Research has shown this endocrine disruptor can … Continue reading Could Common Chemicals Tip the Epigenetic Balance and Program Someone for Obesity?

Wait, My Urine Color Means WHAT? 7 Colors Explained

Source: Wait, My Urine Color Means WHAT? 7 Colors Explained by Dr. Edward Group "Peeing in a cup" is often one of the first tests your healthcare provider gives you, and it has long been a helpful diagnostic tool.[1] Sometimes just looking in the toilet can tell you a lot! People use the Bristol poop scale to diagnose issues with … Continue reading Wait, My Urine Color Means WHAT? 7 Colors Explained

Paternal Environmental and Lifestyle Factors Influence Epigenetic Inheritance

There is strong evidence that suggests certain environmental or lifestyle factors may lead to increased risk of developing chronic diseases. These factors such as diet, behavior, stress, exposure to pollutants, and physical activity have been known to cause epigenetic changes which may be passed down from one generation to the next. It is believed that a father’s exposure to … Continue reading Paternal Environmental and Lifestyle Factors Influence Epigenetic Inheritance

Why Sodium Bicarbonate is an Effective Treatment for Disease and Cardiac Arrest

Sodium and potassium bicarbonates are nontoxic primary alkalizing agents for the prevention and treatment of cancer, liver disease, Type I & Type II diabetes, Lupus, heart disease, pharmacological toxicosis, vascular surgery operation, tonsillar herniation due to cerebral edema, lactic acid toxicosis, and hyponatremia or low salt or loss of salts due to excessive or over-exercise. … Continue reading Why Sodium Bicarbonate is an Effective Treatment for Disease and Cardiac Arrest

Get a Brighter Smile With DIY Natural Teeth Whitening

Source: Get a Brighter Smile With DIY Natural Teeth Whitening by Dr. Edward Group Have you ever done the tissue test, where you hold up a piece of pristine white tissue paper next to your teeth to see the color difference? If you're like most people, the results are disheartening: stained, dull, yellow teeth — a far … Continue reading Get a Brighter Smile With DIY Natural Teeth Whitening

Inheritance and Transmission of Epigenetic Memory Across Generations

New research has been suggesting that parents can transmit changes to their gene expression to their children. The heritable changes occur as a result of environmental stresses and are known as epigenetic modifications. A previous article covered the epigenetic transfer of nutrition “memory” across several generations. Now, a recent study by researchers from the University of California in Santa … Continue reading Inheritance and Transmission of Epigenetic Memory Across Generations