For a change, how about some Positive News.
It is projected that up to 152 million people worldwide will be living with Alzheimer's disease (AD) by 2050. A growing body of evidence finds that targeting lifestyle and vascular risk factors have a beneficial effect on overall cognitive performance.
Source: Science Daily
Date posted: 11/06/2021
Fortunately, for most people, preventing coronary heart disease is as simple as eliminating animal products, eating a healthy plant-based diet, exercising, and avoiding cigarette smoking. But beyond prevention, a plant-based diet is the only treatment that has been scientifically proven to reverse heart disease.
Source: Free from Harm
Date posted: 07/06/2021
The greatest ally against chronic disease may be found in your everyday diet, from fresh, raw fruits and vegetables to popular beverages such as coffee and green tea
Source: Green Med Info
Date posted: 04/06/2021
Rose hips have a very high vitamin C content, providing even more than citrus fruits. During World War II, when citrus imports were limited, rose hips became quite popular in Britain where they were used to make nutritious rose-hip syrup.
Source: Dr Weil
Date posted: 03/06/2021
Clearing toxins from the blood is one of the main purposes of the liver, and these foods will contribute in their own ways to help this purpose.
Source: Alkaline Valley Foods
Date posted: 01/06/2021
In order to discover the true potential of holistic health and healing, you must be honest with yourself and have an open mind.
Source: Online Holistic Health
Date posted: 31/05/2021
To understand cellular nutrition, you can take the better part of a decade to earn a PhD in microbiology or you can set aside about six minutes to read this story.
Source: Ask the Scientists .com
Date posted: 30/05/2021
There are several significant consequences of Type 2 diabetes, including neuropathy, loss of sight, kidney disease and heart disease.1 Recent data2 show people who eat sardines may lower their risk of Type 2 diabetes.
Source: Wake Up World
Date posted: 28/05/2021
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