Despite its bad rap, alcohol is known to have anti-inflammatory benefits. In fact, studies have found that moderate alcohol consumption can reduce biomarkers of inflammation. However, not everyone can enjoy this benefit. According to the latest research, drinking alcohol can do you more harm than good if you’re already suffering from chronic inflammation or an inflammatory condition like … Continue reading What happens if a person with rheumatoid arthritis drinks too much alcohol?
11 Natural ways to boost your bone density and overall health
Maintaining bone density is crucial for your well-being. When your bones lose density, they become more prone to fractures. To boost your bone health, you need to exercise regularly and follow a balanced diet rich in nutritious fruits and vegetables. Bone density and aging Your bones get stronger as you age, but when you’re in your late 20s, you naturally … Continue reading 11 Natural ways to boost your bone density and overall health
Does rheumatoid arthritis cause hair loss?
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a type of systemic autoimmune disease characterized by the body’s immune system mistakenly attacking the joints. This leads to joint pain, inflammation and reduced joint mobility. However, because RA is a systemic disease, it does not only affect the joints. If left untreated, it can also affect other systems in the … Continue reading Does rheumatoid arthritis cause hair loss?
Are Cold Showers Good For You? An Unlikely Immunity Booster!
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!
Vitamin D and the Flu
One of the greatest triggers of influenza, the swine flu and deaths from pulmonary deficiency is vitamin D deficiency. One of the biggest reviews of the role of vitamin D in health found that people who took supplements of the vitamin for six years reduced their risk of dying from all causes. Studies have already suggested that … Continue reading Vitamin D and the Flu
Potential Epigenetic Avenues for ALS Relief
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), perhaps more commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, is a devastating neurological disease that ultimately leads to death. This disease eats away at nerve cells, causing death to the motor neurons in the brain and spinal cord, resulting in the loss of muscle function and eventual paralysis and respiratory failure. ALS … Continue reading Potential Epigenetic Avenues for ALS Relief
Vitamin D, Ebola and Infectious Disease Processes
For most people today the answer is no, you are not getting enough vitamin D. If you are worried about this year’s influenza pandemic predicted by the CDC or are in fear for your family’s safety because of the Ebola virus then calculate in vitamin D supplementation as well as Vitamin C, magnesium, iodine, selenium, bicarbonate … Continue reading Vitamin D, Ebola and Infectious Disease Processes
Here’s why you need phosphorus in your diet, a mineral that promotes bone strength
Phosphorus is a mineral that the body needs to perform important functions, such as repairing tissues and filtering waste. It is the second most plentiful mineral in the body – next to calcium – and it is used to keep the bones strong and healthy. However, as an essential mineral, phosphorus cannot be produced by … Continue reading Here’s why you need phosphorus in your diet, a mineral that promotes bone strength
Increasing vitamin C intake can reduce hip fracture risk by 44 percent: Study
When it comes to healthy bones, people often look to calcium and vitamin D. However, experts suggest adding an unlikely vitamin to the mix: vitamin C. In a recent study published in Osteoporosis International, a team of researchers from Tufts University, Harvard Medical School and the Boston University School of Public Health revealed that taking vitamin C can potentially reduce the likelihood … Continue reading Increasing vitamin C intake can reduce hip fracture risk by 44 percent: Study
Natural remedies for osteoporosis: What are the science-based health benefits of red clover?
Red clover is a preferred herb among herbalists due to the variety of health benefits it provides. This herb is well-known for its ability to treat symptoms of menopause and perimenopause like hot flashes – a feeling of intense heat not caused by external sources. In addition to this, taking red clover can also help prevent hip fractures … Continue reading Natural remedies for osteoporosis: What are the science-based health benefits of red clover?