Study finds that multivitamins DO work, help reduce illness

For years, mainstream health authorities and their media lapdogs have railed against vitamin supplementation, fear-mongering about how multivitamins in particular do not work, are “high-risk,” and could lead to “overdose.” But a new study completely debunks these myths, proving that multivitamins do, in fact, help support a healthy lifestyle. Entitled, “The Effects of a Multivitamin and Mineral … Continue reading Study finds that multivitamins DO work, help reduce illness

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

Acerola Cherry: 8 Benefits of This High-C Tropical Superfruit

Source: Acerola Cherry: 8 Benefits of This High-C Tropical Superfruit by Dr. Edward Group A "cherry on top" is always a good thing — that famous saying means something great is now even better. That’s certainly the case if you’re talking about an acerola cherry. "I’ve been using acerola for many years, both in raw and … Continue reading Acerola Cherry: 8 Benefits of This High-C Tropical Superfruit

Calcium levels in the heart a potential biomarker for heart disease

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in America, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A serious and often fatal condition, heart disease is caused by cardiometabolic dysfunctions like high cholesterol, high blood pressure, insulin resistance and obesity. However, a recent study published in Endocrinology and Metabolism revealed that excessive levels of calcium … Continue reading Calcium levels in the heart a potential biomarker for heart disease

6 Vitamin C myths DEBUNKED: Here’s why the nutrient is effective, non-toxic and safe

Also known as ascorbic acid, vitamin C is commonly used to strengthen the immune system and assist in collagen production. Collagen is a protein that serves as a major building block in the formation of bones, skin, muscles, tendons and ligaments. People produce collagen less as they age, and vitamin C is one way to boost … Continue reading 6 Vitamin C myths DEBUNKED: Here’s why the nutrient is effective, non-toxic and safe

Coronavirus becoming far less deadly as it “adapts” to human hosts… no vaccine necessary, says doctor

A professor and infectious disease expert from Italy says that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) is already fizzling out, and that a vaccine for it will probably already be obsolete by the time it arrives. Matteo Bassetti, head of the infectious disease unit at the Policlinico San Martino Hospital in Italy told the British media that the Chinese … Continue reading Coronavirus becoming far less deadly as it “adapts” to human hosts… no vaccine necessary, says doctor

Magnesium Administration for Corona Infections

It isn’t very comfortable to realize the obvious. The perfect medicine for coronavirus hospital patients would be magnesium chloride given intravenously. Magnesium administration would reduce the progression of the disease to severe or fatal stages, when caught earlier enough, and keep heart patients from dying in the later stages. Other studies show that combinations of Vitamin D, magnesium, and B12 … Continue reading Magnesium Administration for Corona Infections

All Clear Siren or Lock Them Up Again?

We Don’t Quarantine Treatable Diseases COVID-19 is a treatable infectious disease. Quarantine is a restriction on the movement of people and goods, which is intended to prevent the spread of non-treatable contagious diseases, but is not necessary when there are effective treatments. We are being played, for the only thing health officials are interested in is … Continue reading All Clear Siren or Lock Them Up Again?

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

Shining the Light on Unnecessary Quarantines

The latest information is that the lockdown was unnecessary. In fact, not only was it unnecessary but it turns out that locking people in their homes was exactly the wrong thing to do. A study of almost 800 people shows that the higher your vitamin D status the less the coronavirus will affect you. Get … Continue reading Shining the Light on Unnecessary Quarantines