Epigenetics May Explain Why Stress From Exercise is Good for the Heart

In the exercise community, it is often preached that working out is a form of medicine and can be crucial to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Routine exercise helps to retain healthy body weight and has been shown to lower the risk of diseases such as diabetes, obesity, and high blood pressure. It’s even been shown … Continue reading Epigenetics May Explain Why Stress From Exercise is Good for the Heart

Understanding Your Lab Results

Interpreting clinical laboratory test results/blood tests with Dr. Seheult. This is the first video from the CBC Results Explained Clearly Dark Field Microscopy Live Blood Analysis - Cardio-Vascular Disease Related Posts 6 ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE LABORATORY TESTS THAT YOUR DOCTOR SHOULD BE RUNNING, BUT IS PROBABLY NOT A Brief History of Live Blood Analysis The … Continue reading Understanding Your Lab Results

Avoiding Heart Disease & Strokes

Saving the Lives of Millions At a recent conference of the Indian Society of Cardiology hosted by Madras Medical Mission, doctors focused on non-pharmaceutical interventions for heart failure. Experts are becoming increasingly aware that the last decade has seen only very small incremental improvements or benefits with newer drug therapies in the treatment of heart failure. … Continue reading Avoiding Heart Disease & Strokes

Scientists may have found a way to create universal blood. Here’s how it works.

Scientists think that they’ve found the key to creating universal blood — and it’s in your poop. At a press conference held by the American Chemical Society earlier this wee a team of chemists lead by Steve Withers from the University of British Columbia announced that they were able to identify an enzyme — found in gut … Continue reading Scientists may have found a way to create universal blood. Here’s how it works.

Study: Sufficient Zinc Intake Helps Alleviate Pneumonia in Elderly

Source: Study: Sufficient Zinc Intake Helps Alleviate Pneumonia in Elderly by Dr. Edward Group Dietary zinc is a widely used essential mineral that is commonly found in a wide range of foods, over-the-counter health products and supplements. There’s a large body of scientific evidence which suggests that consuming the adequate amount of zinc daily helps supports … Continue reading Study: Sufficient Zinc Intake Helps Alleviate Pneumonia in Elderly

Prevent cancer by reducing inflammation, insulin and infections

Inflammation, infections and excessive levels of insulin in the body are major instigators of cancer. Often, they occur together, and most people in modern society suffer from some degree of all three. Yet, it is possible to reduce their influence upon the body and thereby dramatically lower cancer risk. Inflammation can cause cancer because it … Continue reading Prevent cancer by reducing inflammation, insulin and infections

8 Must-Know Facts About Fukushima Radiation

It’s been nearly three years since the Great East Japan Earthquake of March 11, 2011 but the after-effects continue. The earthquake and subsequent tsunami killed more than 20,000 men, women and children, devastated areas of northeast Japan, and brought untold horror and misery to many survivors. The core meltdown and release of radioactive material at … Continue reading 8 Must-Know Facts About Fukushima Radiation

New Study Reveals Link Between Fluoride and ADHD

Attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, has risen in dramatic proportions these last few years, leading many to speculate one or more environmental triggers are tied to the issue. Fluoride, a common chemical additive discussed frequently on this blog, has been implicated more than once in the shocking increase of ADHD cases. A new study reveals a … Continue reading New Study Reveals Link Between Fluoride and ADHD

Long Duration or Short Burst Exercising – Deciding Which Is Best for Health and Fat Loss

With Exercise, keeping it short is the best way to go. Did you know that a short burst of intense exercise is extremely beneficial not only for overall fitness but for building lean muscle tissue and promoting longevity? Just imagine -- exercising anywhere from only 2 minutes to a maximum of 17 a couple of … Continue reading Long Duration or Short Burst Exercising – Deciding Which Is Best for Health and Fat Loss

Green Tea Prevents Prostate Cancer

Green tea has been used as a medicine for over five thousands years in Chinese medicine. The plant, called Camellia sinensis, has been used to treat many health issues. The tea has been known to lower cholesterol, cure headaches, improve cognition in Alzheimer's patients, dissolve blood clots, speed fat burning and increase metabolic weight loss, … Continue reading Green Tea Prevents Prostate Cancer