All about the miracle of Moringa Oleifera

Moringa offers numerous health benefits, including protecting against free radicals and promoting a strong immune system in all stages of life. Among other things, moringa supports the heart, brain, and liver, and can even give your sex drive a boost. Documentation english: Moringa, an angel in plant form. 69 minutes

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Benefits of Moringa: A Nutritional Powerhouse

Source: Benefits of Moringa: A Nutritional Powerhouse by Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM  Famously called "the miracle tree" thanks to its exceptional nutritional content and therapeutic potential, moringa more than lives up to its name.[1] Moringa offers numerous health benefits, including protecting against free radicals and promoting a strong immune system in all stages of … Continue reading Benefits of Moringa: A Nutritional Powerhouse

The Epigenetic Health Benefits of Blueberries

Although blueberries are tiny, they’re more powerful than you might think. Touted for their high nutrient content – including fiber, vitamin C and K, and manganese – these little blue fruits may be able to adjust chemical marks on DNA and influence our health. Blueberries are incredibly high in antioxidants and it’s thought that this “superfood” can … Continue reading The Epigenetic Health Benefits of Blueberries

Could Exotic Herbs Carry Epigenetic Health Benefits?

A mixture of herbs used in traditional Chinese medicine may be able to reduce inflammation by adding and removing epigenetic marks on DNA, suggests a study published in Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine. This alternative medicinal mixture, termed “Wutou decoction”, consists of six different herbs that have been widely used in the traditional Chinese medicine community … Continue reading Could Exotic Herbs Carry Epigenetic Health Benefits?

Curcumin May Alleviate Liver Damage Caused by Drug-induced Epigenetic Changes

For centuries, people all around the globe have known about the health benefits of herbs and spices. One spice, in particular, stands out not only for its bright yellow color but also for its potent healing powers. This wonder spice is Curcuma longa, commonly known as turmeric, and it belongs to the ginger family. Traditionally used in … Continue reading Curcumin May Alleviate Liver Damage Caused by Drug-induced Epigenetic Changes

Selenium Benefits, Foods, & Deficiency: All You Need to Know

Source: Selenium Benefits, Foods, & Deficiency: All You Need to Know by Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM  Selenium (Se) is a trace mineral that supports your body in many ways. It contributes to reproductive health,[1] thyroid health,[2] and helps reduce DNA damage due to its antioxidant nature in certain forms.[3] Nuts, seeds, beans, and some vegetables are … Continue reading Selenium Benefits, Foods, & Deficiency: All You Need to Know

Hydrogen Water: Why You Should Drink It

Source: Low Glycemic Diet: Help Prevent Diabetes & Heart Disease by Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM  The benefits of hydrogen (H₂) were discovered centuries ago and used for medical purposes. Recently, this chemical element has become incredibly popular as an additive to drinking water known as “hydrogen water” for similar medical and health benefits. … Continue reading Hydrogen Water: Why You Should Drink It

Life Depends on Carbon Dioxide

We need to cut the crap about CO2 and begin to realize that our life and health depend on enough levels of CO2 in the blood and tissues. Carbon dioxide is a nutrient as well as a product of respiration and energy production in the cells and its lack or deficiency is of itself a starting … Continue reading Life Depends on Carbon Dioxide

Magnesium and Cell Survival (Glutathione)

Magnesium in general is essential for the survival of our cells but takes on further importance in the age of toxicity where our bodies are being bombarded on a daily basis with heavy metals. Glutathione requires magnesium for its synthesis.[1] Glutathione synthetase requires ?-glutamyl cysteine, glycine, ATP, and magnesium ions to form glutathione.[2] In magnesium deficiency, the … Continue reading Magnesium and Cell Survival (Glutathione)

Cancer, Sulfur, Garlic & Glutathione

What do garlic and glutathione have in common? Sulfur! Sulfur is commonly used in Asia as an herbal medicine to treat inflammation and cancer. Organic sulfur has been studied on oral and other cancers and has been found to have remarkable benefit in anti-cancer therapy.[1] Sulfur is an essential element for all life, and is widely used … Continue reading Cancer, Sulfur, Garlic & Glutathione