New concerns about the safety and quality of herbal supplements Posted by Scott Gavura If there is one aspect of “alternative” medicine that both critics and fans should agree on, it’s that products should be manufactured to high standards. What’s on the label should accurately describe what’s in the bottle.
Archives for April 2014
Bone weakening is a common problem associated with aging. In most people, sometime during your 30s, your bone mass will begin to gradually decline. For women, that bone loss can significantly speed up during the first 10 years after menopause.
For many of you, the hint of spring is on the horizon and the opportunity to finally expose your skin to healthy doses of sunshine is very close. Remember that this is a far better choice than using oral vitamin D, as that is how your body was designed to get healthy vitamin D levels.
Back in 2011, I published a series of interviews with Dr. Stephanie Seneff, a senior MIT research scientist who, more recently, rocked the world with her discovery of glyphosate’s mechanism of harm. Three years ago, however, she was one of the first to point out the links between cholesterol and vitamin D, presenting a hypothesis […]
SUBJECT: Endothelial Dysfunction in Obstructive Sleep Apnea (Link to Cardiovascular Risks) Shared by Bob Haunschild In a study from the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine and Journal of Pulmonary/Respiratory Medicine: The articles were deep and long but confirmed that the association of Sleep Apnea (OSAS) regarding the increased risk of cardiovascular related events to those […]
Keep your belief level high! No one can intimidate or harm your belief system if you truly believe in what you profess! …paraphrase of Eric Glenn from the Dane Iorg get together on March 27, 2014
Article by Dr Mercola About one in every three deaths in the US is attributed to cardiovascular disease, which includes heart attacks and stroke. In the US, the most common type of heart disease is coronary artery disease (CAD), which can lead to heart attack.
The feeling of happiness – whether you equate it with optimism, joy, well-being, personal achievement or all of the above – goes hand-in-hand with healthier habits. People who are in good spirits tend to eat better, exercise more frequently and get better sleep than those who are not. This could be, in part, because leading […]
It’s no news flash that soda — diet or otherwise — is bad for health; even those who happily indulge in a can-a-day (or more) habit can rattle off at least two or three negative effects of soda consumption. But when it comes to the effects of soft drink consumption on the human body, the […]
The Cardiovascular Cure How to Strengthen Your Self-Defense Against Heart Attack and Stroke by John P. Cooke, M.D., Ph.D., Director of Vascular Medicine, Stanford School of Medicine There is magic within us. It is a magic that arises from the genetic code, taking form within the complex interaction between cells and tissue. It is a […]