For a change, how about some Positive News.
"When coffee enemas were first suggested to me, I thought it was one of the strangest ideas I had ever heard. But at the time, I was desperate. I was exhausted all the time, depressed, barely functional. I was willing to try anything. And to my astonishment, I felt much better when I did them, so much better that as a sleep-deprived intern, I was willing to get up a little earlier every day to give myself a coffee enema before heading to the hospital."
Source: Kelly Brogan MD
Date posted: 26/10/2020
When it comes to increasing your testosterone, quality sleep, physical activity, and weight management come first. A few supplements can help sustain healthy testosterone levels, but most supplements marketed as testosterone boosters don’t work, though some can make you believe they do by boosting your libido.
Date posted: 25/10/2020
There's nothing wrong with having dessert. Life is all about balance, and by giving your body some of the foods it loves—like a little bit of chocolate—can help further your overall weight loss. This is why we chose a few of our favorite sweet treats that are easy to portion out, which we have deemed the desserts that won't make you fat.
Source: Eat This.com
Date posted: 21/10/2020
The toll of everything in 2020 is leaving a lot of us tired and sluggish. And since thyroid function connects directly to energy levels, it’s a very sensible thing to investigate. So how do we both support thyroid health, and find out if our thyroid is working properly? And what exactly does a thyroid do anyway?
Source: Nutritionist Resource
Date posted: 20/10/2020
'Could it be COVID-19?’ is a question many Brits will be asking themselves at the first sign of a sniffle this winter. The good news is, even though coronaviruses share similar symptoms with the flu, there are some key differences between them.
Source: Net Doctor
Date posted: 19/10/2020
Everyone loves a tea party. Children all over the world play “tea time.” And even adults make tea a regular part of their day. Why? Well not only is tea comforting and delicious, but many teas are also full to the brim with polyphenols. So let’s look at the polyphenols in both green tea and black tea. What makes them different? What do they have in common?
Source: Gundry MD
Date posted: 18/10/2020
Foods that are high in fiber -- like fruits and veggies, oatmeal, nuts, and legumes -- can help with constipation that becomes more common as you age. They're also able to help lower your cholesterol levels, manage your blood sugar, and keep you at a healthy weight.
Source: Web MD
Date posted: 16/10/2020
Inflammation: it’s on everyone’s lips these days — and for good reason. But we’re not talking about acute inflammation, necessary for healing your wounds. We’re talking about a more sinister kind, called chronic inflammation. It plays a key role in many chronic diseases, contributing to heart disease, arthritis, cancer and more. Luckily, there is a way to reduce chronic inflammation and help promote overall wellness. Just sit back, put your feet up and have a cup of tea.
Source: Rise Earth
Date posted: 14/10/2020
Of all the health trends in the past few years abstaining from certain types of calories seems to be the most common. Ketogenic diets are growing in popularity as is the new carnivore diet. The former restricts consumption of glucose and non-fat calories while the latter restricts just about everything minus animal protein.
Date posted: 13/10/2020
Milk, cheese, and butter are some of the top three foods many people have a hard time giving up when transitioning to a healthy, plant-based diet. Even though the plant-based milk industry is now booming, thanks to all the varieties of options that we have, many people still do use dairy milk, cheese, and butter without abandon. But is this a coincidence? Is cheese pizza really something magical or is it addictive for so many people because of something else?
Source: One Green Planet
Date posted: 11/10/2020
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