Feeling tired after enjoying a cup of coffee? You should probably limit your caffeine intake, advise researchers

A lot of people rely on coffee to keep them awake and improve their focus. That’s because coffee contains caffeine, a natural stimulant that’s also found in tea and cacao plants. But if you’re a frequent coffee drinker and notice you’re feeling more tired, you might need to lay off coffee – experts say that caffeine can … Continue reading Feeling tired after enjoying a cup of coffee? You should probably limit your caffeine intake, advise researchers

Micronutrients and macronutrients: 6 Essential nutrients and why you need each one to stay healthy

Proper diet is crucial to maintaining optimal health, and a huge part of it is ensuring the adequate intake of essential nutrients needed to support important cellular processes. Scientists agree that there are six primary nutrients that the human body cannot produce. Therefore, people need to get them from a range of foods in order to stay healthy. Six … Continue reading Micronutrients and macronutrients: 6 Essential nutrients and why you need each one to stay healthy

Stay hydrated and boost your fiber intake: 10 Ways to reset your diet

Going on vacation or spending time with your family during the holidays can be an indulgent time for most people. And while there’s nothing wrong with enjoying an occasional treat or two, binge-eating can sometimes undo the progress you’ve made while following a balanced diet. If you’re feeling a little bloated after the holidays or … Continue reading Stay hydrated and boost your fiber intake: 10 Ways to reset your diet

Survival essentials: Tips for long-term water storage

As a prepper, you must have a steady supply of food, water and other items that you might need to survive a long-term disaster scenario. You can buy food supplies or tend a home garden to grow fruits and vegetables in your backyard, but how do you go about securing a water supply that will … Continue reading Survival essentials: Tips for long-term water storage

Satiate your hunger AND quench your thirst with these 5 refreshing and hydrating foods

It is important to keep yourself hydrated especially during the summer. Dehydration has terrible consequences for the body such as heatstroke and seizures. It is dangerous to younger children and older adults, although those in between the age groups should also be wary of being dehydrated. However, drinking water can be very challenging given that water in itself is … Continue reading Satiate your hunger AND quench your thirst with these 5 refreshing and hydrating foods

Boost Immunity Now: 3 Reasons Why You Should Water Fast

Source: Boost Immunity Now: 3 Reasons Why You Should Water Fast by Dr. Edward Group Did you know that the root cause of disease is simply having too many chemicals and toxins — which you are exposed to in the environment — coming into your body? This is why people are suffering from so many things … Continue reading Boost Immunity Now: 3 Reasons Why You Should Water Fast

Prepper storage guides: Which containers should you use to store water for stockpiling?

According to the survival rule of threes, you cannot survive for more than three days without an adequate supply of water. That’s why you need to stock up on a lot of water before SHTF. Here are the different types of water storage containers you should consider. (h/t to SmartPrepperGear.com) What material should your water storage container be … Continue reading Prepper storage guides: Which containers should you use to store water for stockpiling?

How long do you have to boil water for it to be drinkable?

In an SHTF situation, knowing even the littlest of facts can spell the difference between life and death. Or in a normal day, the difference between comfort and the constant need to go to the bathroom. (h/t to DoomAndBloom.net)Take water, for example.Despite its abundance in our surroundings, not every drop of water you find is safe … Continue reading How long do you have to boil water for it to be drinkable?

Water has memory – Prof. Bernd Kroeplin Water research Germany

Water has memory - new astonishing results in the water droplet research. Water stores more information than we expected. It reflects the impacts of flowers, stones and also emotions (love or shock), music (classic or rock), mobile radiation and the impact of thoughts by changing the structure in the droplet. A fascinating insight into the … Continue reading Water has memory – Prof. Bernd Kroeplin Water research Germany

Homeopathy New Evidence – ‘Informative water structures in diseases’ (Prof. Luc Montagnier)

Professor Luc Montagnier discusses ‘Informative water structures in diseases: from quantum physics to Homeopathy’ during the ‘New Horizons in Water Science – Evidence for Homeopathy’ at 1 Wimpole Street, home of the Royal Society of Medicine in London. Prof. Montagnier has spent most of his scientific career in the study of viruses associated with chronic … Continue reading Homeopathy New Evidence – ‘Informative water structures in diseases’ (Prof. Luc Montagnier)