Hypoenergetic Diets With High Protein Allow For Maximum Fat Loss
March 31, 2016 | YourWeight | M.Chan
Researchers at McMaster University in Canada found that higher dietary protein intake during an energy deficit combined with intense exercise promotes greater lean mass gain and fat mass loss.
Chaga Tea A Powerful Weapon Against Cancer
March 30, 2016 | Prevention | R.Moss
Like many folk remedies of long standing, there is probably a rational core to its use. More than 20 different bioactive compounds have been found in chaga mushrooms, some of them with activity against cancer.
5 Facts On Cancer That Conventional Medicine Is Now Aggressively Claiming Are Myths
March 29, 2016 | 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.
5 Ways Happiness Affects Your Cellular Structure
March 25, 2016 | Happiness | M.Pochelli
There is an irrefutable argument in favor of happiness: Happiness and good health go hand-in-hand and scientific studies have been finding that happiness can make our hearts healthier, our immune systems stronger, and our lives longer through enhancements of our cellular structure.
Shattering The Myth of The Most Important Meal of The Day
March 24, 2016 | Lifestyle | D.Mohammadi
the idea that breakfast is the most important meal of the day has stuck to our collective subconscious like an egg to an unoiled pan. We're told that eating breakfast will make us slimmer, happier and livelier, but have we been swallowing a myth?
More Than Half of Herbal Weight Loss Supplements Laced With Pharmaceuticals
March 22, 2016 | BigPharma | M.Chan
Over half of so-called 100% natural botanical slimming supplements are adulterated with unlabelled pharmaceuticals, according to French tests of 164
7 Exotic Foods From The Sea Which Boost Your Immune System
March 21, 2016 | Antioxidants | K.Foster
Seaweed might soon be an ingredient in functional foods since they are so effective at strengthening gut mucus, slowing down digestion and making food release its energy more slowly. Not only does it have heavy duty detox properties, but it contains one of the most important minerals for the human body in abundance--iodine.
New Blood Test Potentially Targeted For Home Use Can Detect Multiple Diseases
March 18, 2016 | Prevention | M.Torres
Scientists have developed a new blood test that could one day be available to the home user, detecting multiple diseases, including diabetes, cancer, traumatic injury and neurodegeneration, in a highly sensitive and specific manner.
Japan Develops 9 Dollar Sensor That Can Detect Viruses In Minutes Making Prevention of Symptoms Possible
March 15, 2016 | Prevention | M.Chan
Japanese electronics giant Toshiba in collaboration with Osaka University has developed a sensor that detects infectious viruses in minutes compared to existing technologies that take eight hours.
Exposure To Heavy Metals During Fetal and Newborn Development Leads To Altered Gut Bacteria And Disease
March 15, 2016 | Toxins | D.Mihalovic
Exposure to heavy metals during fetal and newborn development change the gut microbiota makeup, contributing to a higher risk of disease in later life, researchers have determined.
The Higher The Magnesium Level, The Healthier Our Arteries
March 14, 2016 | Antioxidants | M.Chan
Higher serum levels of magnesium may reduce the risk of hypertension by almost 50% and the risk of coronary artery calcification by 42%, says a new study.
A Natural Viagra Formula Without The Side Effects
March 11, 2016 | Sex | K.Foster
Originally developed as a treatment for heart disease, Viagra's penile enhancing effects were noted in clinical trials and Pfizer quickly saw the drug's potential marketability as the first pill for men with trouble getting it up or keeping it up. The little blue pill is one of the most successful drugs of all time, but it can come with serious consequences. Here is a guilt free alternative that has some men running to the produce aisle.
Scientists Discover That Bacteria Have a Collective Memory
March 10, 2016 | HumanBody | J.Richardson
Collective motion can be observed in biological systems over a wide range of length scales, from large animals to bacteria because collective systems always work better for adaptation than those which are singular. Individual bacterial cells have short memories. But groups of bacteria can develop a collective memory that can increase their tolerance to stress. This has been demonstrated experimentally for the first time in a study by Eawag and ETH Zurich scientists published in PNAS.
8 Foods That Can Cause Depressive Episodes With Just One Dose
March 9, 2016 | MentalHealth | A.McCarthy
Everyone experiences some unhappiness, often as a result of a change, either in the form of a setback or a loss, or simply, as Freud said, "everyday misery." The painful feelings that accompany these events are usually appropriate, necessary, and transitory, and can even present an opportunity for personal growth. However, when depression persists and impairs daily life, it may be an indication of a depressive disorder which is highly correlated with diet.
The Female Heart Reacts More Sensitively To Stress
March 8, 2016 | HumanBody | J.Battaglia
While the number of men dying from a heart attack has been constantly decreasing during the past twenty years, the fatal risk particularly in young women has increased significantly, finds a study. The study showed that stress in the daily routine has particularly adverse effects on the feminine hearts.
Foods Packed With This Pigment Linked To Younger Biological Age
March 7, 2016 | Antioxidants | M.Chan
Carotenoids are a class of more than 600 naturally occurring pigments mostly synthesized by plants. These richly colored molecules are the sources of the yellow, orange, and red colors found in many fruits and vegetables. A new study from Seoul National University in Korea showed that increased level of blood carotenoids slow cellular aging.
The Beauty of Tears Show They Are So Much More Than Emotional Responses
March 4, 2016 | HumanBody | J.Richardson
Science says that every tear has a different viscosity and composition. All tears contain a variety of biological substances including oils, antibodies and enzymes suspended in salt water. But how does this relate to the "real world" and how do tears have such far-reaching effects?
The Powerful Antioxidant Effects of Indian Gooseberries on Disease Prevention
March 3, 2016 | Antioxidants | K.Foster
Indian gooseberries (amla) contain many different nutrients that can not only help extend longevity, but the presence of antioxidant compounds act as free radical scavengers thereby protecting healthy cells from the attack of the harmful free radicals involved in diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, cancer, inflammation, liver disease and respiratory ailments.
6 Different Types of Headaches and Recognizing The Signs
March 2, 2016 | Headaches | J.Summerly
Ordinary headaches are part of the normal human experience and there are many ways to get rid of a headache fast. Headaches that are severe, persistent or associated with other symptoms may signal other health problems. While most headaches are completely harmless, there are several major types to be aware of.
Study Shows How You Think Is A Strong Predictor of How Long You Will Live
March 1, 2016 | Consciousness | A.McCarthy
Advances in health, education, disease prevention and treatments are high on the list of things that have allowed people to extend their lives, especially since chronic medical conditions and engaging in unhealthy behaviors are known risk factors for early death, however findings from a longitudinal study of over 6,000 adults suggests that certain psychological factors may be the strongest predictors of how long we'll live.