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The 15 Most Effective Natural Remedies For Anxiety
March 31, 2015 | Herbs | D.Mihalovic
Herbal therapies are astoundingly popular among and their interest is growing as the dangers of pharmaceuticals become widely known and accepted. In 2008 statistician Patricia M. Barnes of the National Center for Health Statistics and her colleagues reported that almost 20 percent of children and adults in the U.S. had used an herbal medicine during the past year. That percentage according to some experts has doubled. A team led by physician David M. Eisenberg of Harvard Medical School determined that use of herbs for physical and mental problems including anxiety had risen 380 percent in seven years.

W.H.O. and The Lancet Acknowledge 'The Human Body Is Under Attack by Airborne Carcinogenic Toxins'
March 31, 2015 | Toxins | E.Dahl
Our cells are being oxidized due to exposure; antioxidants kill oxidation. Free radicals are the basis for cells becoming altered to the point of being carcinogenic. Free radicals change very quickly, and depending on the contact bonds, they make these "dangling" bonds produce free radicals that are highly chemically reactive towards other substances. In this case, a chemical that is known to be carcinogenic can be very reactive within the body.

The Superbug Apocalyptic Threat Facing The Earth Is Very Real Due To The World's Hunger For Meat
March 30, 2015 | Toxins | A.McCarthy
One of the "apocalyptic" threats facing the Earth is antibiotic resistant bacteria. Infections resistant to antibiotics are kill well over 100,000 people worldwide and independent panel has estimated that global deaths could soar to 10 million a year by 2050 at a cost to the economy of $100 trillion. Even the FDA has conceded that if we don't phase out antibiotic use in farm animals, the world may be vulnerable to killer diseases in the future.

Isagenix On Damage Control As They Consider Reformulating Ingredients After Backlash
March 30, 2015 | Toxins | N.Longo
Once information is exposed, it's difficult to reclaim a reputable status without change. Hence the Isagenix dilemma which has led the company down a path of uncertainty with many in their sales force questioning the integrity of the products they endorse. After it was discovered last year that Isagenix lies to their distributors and consumers about GMOs, preservatives and artificial ingredients, the company is now considering changing their formulations to phase out questionable ingredients.

5 Facts On Cancer That Conventional Medicine Is Now Aggressively Claiming Are Myths
March 29, 2015 | Cancer | D.Mihalovic
According to the conventional wisdom of mainstream medicine, the world's leading health practitioners in alternative, complementary and integrative medicine have it all wrong and are misinforming millions in practice and on the internet with a barrage of myths and misconceptions they claim are causing more harm to cancer patients.

Scientists Develop First Ever Risk Score That Can Predict Your Chances of Heart Disease or Stroke
March 27, 2015 | Prevention | A.McCarthy
For the first time, scientists have developed a new risk score that can predict the 10-year risk of developing heart disease or having a stroke in persons aged 40 years or older in any world country.

Is Removing Our Organs An Act of Preventing Disease Or An Act of Desperation?
March 27, 2015 | Prevention | E.Dahl
Actress Angelina Jolie revealed that she has removed her ovaries and fallopian tubes to prevent cancer. This follows her preventive surgery in 2013 of a double mastectomy; Jolie revealed that she carried a mutation of her BRCA1 gene that gave her an estimated 87 per cent risk of breast cancer and a 50 per cent risk of ovarian cancer. She still has her uterus, adding that uterine cancer does not run in her family. Her mother and grandmother both died of cancer. "She says she will look for ways to strengthen her immune system to prevent cancers."

10 of The Most Functional Foods In The World Which Destroy Cancer Cells
March 26, 2015 | Cancer | D.Mihalovic
Many specific proteins, enzymes and coding within our immune system may be activated to kill cancer cells. There is no such thing as a cancer cell that cannot be defeated by the human immune system. The difference between cancers that grow and those that don't are what we put in our bodies to prohibit their growth. Proteins can be rendered ineffective if cells experience uncontrolled growth though damage or mutations to DNA or if toxins through food and chemical pollution override the immune system's natural function. Here are 10 functional foods which suppresses tumour development during immune surveillance in the human body.

Capsaicin-Based Nasal Sprays Are An Effective Natural Treatment For Sinusitis, Headaches, Migraines and Allergies
March 25, 2015 | Healing | D.Mihalovic
A lesser known, yet highly effective natural treatment for sinusitis, allergic rhinitis, cluster headaches and migraines are capsaicin-based nasal sprays. They have been tested clinically for over 10 years and exhibit remarkable potency in alleviating many upper respiratory conditions, sinus, head and even neck pain.

Consuming Vitamins In High Doses May Reduce Sugar Cravings
March 24, 2015 | Antioxidants | M.Chan
Mothers who are given high levels of vitamins A, D, E, and K while pregnant may have a reduced preference for sugar, say Canadian scientists.

New GMO Wine Makes Promises Of No More Hangovers, But At What Cost?
March 24, 2015 | GMO | N.Longo
Scientists at the University of Illinois have engineered a genetically modified yeast to enhance fermentation and eliminate byproducts that cause hangovers. The question is, how will altering natural yeast in fermentation processes affect the chemical constituents in wine once metabolized?

A Human Being's First 3 Years, Including Their Time In The Womb 'Determines Their Health For Life'
March 23, 2015 | ChildHealth | D.Mihalovic
As children age, we encourage them to eat well, battle to get them to eat their vegetables and avoid sugars -- all to give them the best start in life. But our children's health prospects may have been determined long before all the hard work. A growing body of research suggests the first 1,000 days of a child's life -- the nine months in the womb and the first two years out of it -- are vital to their long-term health.

The Touch Of Others Makes Us Who We Are
March 20, 2015 | Consciousness | J.Richardson
Not only does touch seem to signal trust and cooperation, it creates them. Our sense of touch does much more than help us navigate the world at our fingertips. It is becoming clear that touching each other plays a fundamental role in our lives. It isn't just a sentimental human indulgence, says Francis McGlone at Liverpool John Moores University, UK. "It is a biological necessity."

The Link Between Sugar Consumption and Mental Illness Is Real
March 20, 2015 | MentalHealth | E.Dahl
With the recent WHO decision about sugar, the topic has been in the media even more lately. Sugar is an addictive drug that made its way into households around the world and is "considered" safe. Refined sugar in excessive amounts contribute to childhood obesity, leading to a breakdown in metabolism and depression. The more the person becomes depressed, the more sugar is consumed as comfort.

Here's The Reason Most Zinc Lozenges Don't Help With The Common Cold
March 19, 2015 | Prevention | K.Foster
The idea that zinc might be effective against the common cold came from a study carried out in 1984, which showed that high dose zinc lozenges could reduce how long symptoms lasted. The problem is, a lack of high dose lozenges on the market mean these benefits remain out of consumers’ reach, according to a new meta-analysis.

The Can O' Tuna Argument - Synergistic Toxicity and Vaccine Safety
March 19, 2015 | Vaccines | B.Rogers
Certainly if you are on the frontlines of the vaccine debate you've heard the argument from pro vaxxers 'hey well, y'know, a can of tuna has about the same amount of mercury in it that a vaccine does.' Or about aluminum, 'a muffin has as much aluminum as a vaccine containing aluminum'. It is a silly argument but it shows you the mindset of some of these people that don't question and research the very vaccine inserts or information available to them before they are injected.

20 Health Benefits of Thyme Oil
March 18, 2015 | Antioxidants | J.Summerly
Thyme is an incredibly potent yet simple herb affecting multiple systems in the body and capable of treating dozens of diseases. It contains one of the strongest antioxidants known and is proven to kill 98% of breast cancer cells.

10 Nutrient-Robbing Ingredients To Look Out For
March 17, 2015 | Toxins | A.McCarthy
Unless you're living on a farm in the middle of nowhere, chances are you consume at least some packaged foods. Food scientists around the world are always working hard (not smart) at finding the cheapest ingredients to extend shelf life. Unfortunately, their job is not to look out for your health. Many ingredients used to sweeten, preserve and emulsify foods also rob your body of critical nutrients. Here are the one's to look out for.

Hibiscus Leaves Inhibit Growth of Melanoma Cancer Cells
March 16, 2015 | Antioxidants | M.Chan
Originally from Angola, hibiscus is now cultivated throughout tropical and subtropical regions, especially in Sudan, Egypt, Thailand, Mexico, and China. The polyphenols present in hibiscus leaves may inhibit growth of and destroy melanoma cancer cells without damaging healthy human skin cells, scientists from Taiwan have found.

6 Amazing Seeds With Incredible Health Benefits
March 13, 2015 | Nutrition | J.Summerly
Health experts around the world recommend people incorporate these 6 seeds in their diets. Whether you sprinkle these over your breakfast cereal or have them as a health boosting snack, you can't go wrong with seeds.

Intake of Sugar Still Soaring As WHO Changes Sugar Intake Guidelines
March 13, 2015 | Toxins | E.Dahl
This week, the World Health Organization sent the food and sugar industries into a tailspin by changing their sugar intake guidelines for the first time in over 10 years. WHO lowered the daily recommended intake of sugar by half, making it currently 6 teaspoons or approximately 25 grams. Most processed food easily surpasses this amount. In fact, sugar is one of the staple ingredients.

This Diet Could Cut Heart Disease By Nearly 50 Percent
March 12, 2015 | Nutrition | M.Chan
The heart-healthy benefits of the so-called Mediterranean diet are well known, but new research from a Greek study suggest that adherence to the diet can have a more protective effect on heart disease risk than taking part in physical activity – showing that adults who closely followed the diet were 47% less likely to develop heart disease over a 10-year period compared to similar adults who did not closely follow the diet.

Honey on Tap Directly From Your Own Beehive
March 11, 2015 | Sustainability | A.McCarthy
A revolutionary beehive invention is making history, allowing you to harvest your own honey without opening a hive and with minimal disturbance to the bees. The crowd-funding campaign surpassed its goal in less than 10 minutes and will soon surpass $6 million. 

Cannabinoids Stop Seizures In Humans
March 11, 2015 | Herbs | M.Burnham
The history of medical marijuana and its use for epilepsy is a curious one. The marijuana plant, cannabis sativa, has been a part of folk medicine since antiquity and it has been used in Western medicine since the 19th century. One of its early uses was to control epileptic seizures. An obvious drawback, however, was that it was psychoactive -- it made its users "high." It was these psychoactive effects of cannabis that led to its being banned in most countries in the early 20th century. In the 1930s and 1940s, research chemists began to extract various pure compounds -- called "cannabinoids" -- from the cannabis plant and discovered that some extracts made you high while others didn't.

Conservation-Friendly Faucet May Be The Most Captivating Geometric Design Ever
March 10, 2015 | Water | A.McCarthy
Bathroom faucets have evolved from the lowly status of being tools to wash our hands to status symbols. A student recently designed a conservation-friendly faucet that form stunning geometric patterns as the tap is turned on. The faucet weaves small jets of water into intricate, cross-hatched designs similar to crystal glassware. The design is simple and minimalistic making it perfectly suitable for modern bathrooms.

Mindfulness Is More Effective Than Drugs For Both Anxiety and Depression
March 10, 2015 | Consciousness | M.Forrester
Mindfulness is "the intentional, accepting and non-judgemental focus of one's attention on the emotions, thoughts and sensations occurring in the present moment", which can be trained by a large extent in meditation practices. The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) published the results of a ground-breaking study that found that meditation appears to provide as much relief from some anxiety and depression symptoms as antidepressants.

16 Excuses To Transform Into Powerful Affirmations
March 9, 2015 | Consciousness | Editor
What would my life look like without these excuses and how would it feel? Dr. Wayne Dyer gives, self-help author, motivational and transformational speaker gives us insight into how to change our excuses into positive affirmations daily to see a change in your thoughts and intention.

Simple Tests On Our Gut Microbes May Soon Be Able To Predict Our Risk of Diabetes and Other Diseases
March 9, 2015 | Prevention | M.Chan
The composition of our gut microbes may change through the development of many diseases including pre-diabetes and diabetes. Scientists may soon develop simple tests which can predict the risk of diabetes, potentially leading to new ways to aid blood sugar management before an official diagnosis is needed.

13 Natural Remedies That Can Relieve You From Rheumatoid Arthritis
March 6, 2015 | Arthritis | B.Kumar
Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic medical condition that affects joints of your feet and hands causing severe pain, swelling and in a few cases permanent disabilities. In Rheumatoid arthritis (RA), the immune system of your body attacks joints that causes inflammation and destroys joints along with other organs of your body. There is natural relief.

All Disease Begins In The Gut -Hippocrates
March 6, 2015 | Prevention | E.Dahl
The bodily process of digestion and absorption is one of the most important to our health. Hippocrates made this statement over two thousand years ago and it is truer today than ever.

The Real Flu Strikes Just Twice Every 10 Years - Here's Why Vaccines Are Useless For Influenza
March 5, 2015 | Vaccines | D.Mihalovic
Many are still hypnotized by all the propaganda on influenza. Over 200 different types of viruses can cause a cold, and only a rare few can cause the flu. According to CDC data, in over the last decade, 86% of all influenza-type illnesses (ILI) were NOT caused by the influenza virus, thus influenza viruses are ONLY active 14% of the time.

Love Has No Labels Transcending All Judgement
March 5, 2015 | Consciousness | J.Richardson
While the vast majority of people consider themselves unprejudiced, many of us unintentionally make snap judgments about others based on what we see--whether it's race, age, gender, religion, sexuality, or disability. This may be a significant reason many people report they feel discriminated against. Subconscious prejudice--called "implicit bias"--has profound implications for how we view and interact with others who are different from us. It can hinder a person's ability to find a job, secure a loan, rent an apartment, or get a fair trial, perpetuating disparities in society. The Love Has No Labels campaign challenges us to open our eyes to our bias and prejudice and work to stop it in ourselves, our friends, our families, and our colleagues. Rethink your bias at

The FullyRaw Burrito
March 5, 2015 | Nutrition | K.Foster
Ok, it's not hecho en Mexico, but this is one of my favorite raw recipes because it incorporates a beautiful medley of delicious fresh vegetables with a tangy sauce that will leave you and your taste buds in delight.

Polysorbate 80 And Other Emulsifiers Found In Foods and Vaccines Alter Gut Microbes Leading To Inflammatory Conditions
March 4, 2015 | Toxins | M.Chan
Polysorbate 80 and other emulsifiers commonly found in pharmaceuticals, vaccines, cosmetics and many foods have been found to negatively affect the immune system and affect fertility. Researchers writing in Nature have now found they are also altering our gut microbiota composition and driving metabolic changes that lead to inflammatory conditions and obesity.

We Still Live In A World Where Many Believe...
March 4, 2015 | Consciousness | M.Torres
The status quo is reality. People don't question the existing state of affairs, especially if it's been repeated enough times as the norm in the name of social, scientific and economic progress. But how do we define progress in our species? Through advancements in energy, economics, agriculture, technology? All of the above? What about advancements in Humanity?

How Do Typical School Lunches Served In Other Countries Compare To The U.S? Photos From Around The Globe
March 3, 2015 | ChildHealth | K.Foster
Did you know that on a typical day, 32 million children in the U.S. eat cafeteria food? Or that most of these students consume over half of their daily calories at school? Parents could model better eating habits and stock their crispers with fresh fruit and vegetables, but a viable starter solution might begin at lunchtime. Sweetgreen, a healthy quick-serve restaurant that values local and organic ingredients, clarified disparity between American student lunches and those of other countries by photographing typical school lunches from around the world. The visuals are eye-opening.

Top 12 Most Healthy Benefits of Lentils
March 3, 2015 | Nutrition | B.Kumar
Lentils may be individually small, but they pack one heck of a nutritious punch. They're full of essential minerals and nutrients like potassium, iron, folate, zinc, and calcium - all of which are important for your body's well being. And they provide one of the richest sources of dietary fiber on earth. If you haven't already made lentils a part of your weekly diet plan, here are twelve reasons why you should seriously consider doing so.

What Is The Fourth Phase of Water?
March 2, 2015 | Water | A.McCarthy
University of Washington Bioengineering Professor Gerald Pollack answers this question, and intrigues us to consider the implications of this finding. Not all water is H2O, a radical departure from what you may have learned from textbooks.

Delicious Raw Pad Thai Recipe
March 2, 2015 | Nutrition | K.Foster
This RECIPE is so easy and delicious, a MUST try! Even if you don't have daikon, the sauce makes a great dressing for salads.


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