For a change, how about some Positive News.
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
Fasting has been used as a health intervention for thousands of years, and is being used today by doctors who are educated on the topic. Why is it completely ignored by mainstream medicine?
Source: Arjun Walia
Date posted: 24/05/2021
Scientists keep reminding people that pathogens can become trapped on face masks and that the masks should be sterilized between use. So one popular question that has come up lately is, ‘can ultraviolet (UV) light do the job?’
Source: Real Farmacy
Date posted: 22/05/2021
Breathwork — which describes conscious, controlled breathing done especially for relaxation, meditation or therapeutic purposes — is a natural way to help manage stress.
Source: Jillian Levy, CHHC at Dr. Axe
Date posted: 19/05/2021
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