Fat isn’t fit: Study directly links obesity to heart disease

The phrase “fat but fit” — referring to being healthy despite being overweight or obese — is a myth, according to the findings of a recent study. Swedish researchers revealed that having a BMI of 25 or higher is linked to an increased risk of heart disease and other health conditions. Using the data of more … Continue reading Fat isn’t fit: Study directly links obesity to heart disease

Vitamin D deficiency increases risk of coronavirus infection

One of the best things you can do to naturally protect yourself against the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) is not to cover your skin but rather to purposely expose it to natural sunlight. The vitamin D hormone produced by the sun’s rays when they interact with human skin has been scientifically shown to help protect the human … Continue reading Vitamin D deficiency increases risk of coronavirus infection

Proper sleep hygiene is a must, since your body burns calories even in sleep

Exercise isn’t the only way to burn calories – sleeping is another. The body continues to perform the most basic functions to sustain life, even during sleep. To fuel these functions, the body burns calories for energy. Sleeping and the body Sleeping is a crucial part of a person’s day. As you sleep, the body performs maintenance, … Continue reading Proper sleep hygiene is a must, since your body burns calories even in sleep

Think positive: Optimists eat healthier

Having a positive mindset can lead to eating healthier. A study published in the journal Appetite found that optimists tend to follow a healthy diet. A team of researchers from the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England looked at the motivational role of a theory known as regulatory focus on consumers’ involvement in nutrition. In other words, they measured the time … Continue reading Think positive: Optimists eat healthier

Magnesium Deficiency as a Cause and Essential Treatment for Cancer

In this chapter we are going to part the red sea of cancer with magnesium. A complex relationship links magnesium and cancer. Magnesium is a serious cancer medicine because it stabilizces ATP[1] and allows for DNA and RNA transcriptions and repairs.[2] Magnesium deficiency has been shown to be carcinogenic, and in the case of solid tumors, a … Continue reading Magnesium Deficiency as a Cause and Essential Treatment for Cancer

How to Lower Cholesterol – Without Medication

Source: How to Lower Cholesterol – Without Medication by Dr. Edward Group The body needs cholesterol to make hormones and vitamins and to digest food. But too much of this waxy substance – particularly the “bad" LDL (low-density lipoprotein) cholesterol – can attach to the walls of arteries and limit or block the flow of blood, … Continue reading How to Lower Cholesterol – Without Medication

Antibiotics Cause Health Problems and Candida Overgrowth

Over half a million kids in the U.S. each year have side effects or bad reactions from common prescription drugs, and five percent of them are hospitalized. Children under five are the most affected and the drugs causing the problems run the gamut, but antibiotics have been found to cause the most problems. Immediate problems … Continue reading Antibiotics Cause Health Problems and Candida Overgrowth

Natural Cures from the Kitchen

Awareness of the association between nutrition and disease is important not just for reducing risk of cancer but in helping people recover from it. The secret to recovery from all diseases is found in healing through the fulfillment of nutritional law. Doctors, blinded by pharmaceutical terrorism (the industry that just loves to poison people with … Continue reading Natural Cures from the Kitchen

Water: Dehydration

Water is one of the most important nutrients for children. All functions within the body require the presence of water. A well hydrated body enables these functions to occur quickly and efficiently. Dehydration happens when a person loses more fluids than he or she takes in. Human bodies are made up largely of water, so … Continue reading Water: Dehydration

How to make stress your friend | Kelly McGonigal

Stress. It makes your heart pound, your breathing quicken and your forehead sweat. But while stress has been made into a public health enemy, new research suggests that stress may only be bad for you if you believe that to be the case. Psychologist Kelly McGonigal urges us to see stress as a positive, and … Continue reading How to make stress your friend | Kelly McGonigal