Monday, September 1, 2014
Friday, August 29, 2014
If you need to shed a few pounds (or more), but dread the thought of "dieting," Justin Hastings reveals how to eat man food and still lose weight.
When you hear the word “diet” what’s the first thing that comes to mind?
If you’re like most men, you probably think about tiny portions of bland, boring diet foods. A small chicken breast with some steamed broccoli. Plain oatmeal. Cottage cheese. And, of course, salad. Lots and lots of salad. Read more
Could you develop "Terminator vision" by changing your DIET? Lesser-known vitamin A2 develops infrared vision, study claims.
During World War II, the U.S. Navy wanted to boost sailors' night vision so they could spot infrared signal lights.
According to some reports, they fed volunteers supplements made from the livers of walleyed pikes, and over several months, the volunteers’ vision began seeing the infrared region.
While this legendary tale may sound far-fetched, a crowd-funded group of scientists has recreated this experiment and claims to have had successful results. Read more
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Dr. David Brownstein explores the CDC cover-up of the link between autism and toxic vaccines.
A major cover-up of vaccine adverse effects is brewing and is about to explode. Much of this information came from my colleague Mike Adams from naturalnews.com. To find more information about this story, use tags #vaccinegate and #EndVaccineViolence. Read more
Friday, August 22, 2014
Marijuana improves life for Alzheimer’s and dementia sufferers, says Paul Fassa.
You’ve probably read about the positive effects of coconut oil’s medium chain triglycerides (TCMs) to produce ketones that energize brain cells in lieu of dysfunctional brain metabolism (how coconut oil can stave off and reverse Alzheimer’s). And there are herbs from Traditional Chinese Medicine or Ayurveda that are helpful while Big Pharma flounders with failures to create a profitable Alzheimer’s pharmaceutical that might help more than harm.
But now there is another effective non-pharmaceutical solution to add: Cannabis. Read more
Abdominal training can be achieved from a broader training program, says Jean-Claude Vacassin.
Abdominal training, or core training to give it is more popular name, divides opinion more than perhaps any other aspect of fitness. Some people will have us believe that specific core training is everything if you want to move well and stay injury-free, whilst others will assert that you don't need specific core exercises to train the abdominals, you just need to do the big exercises, such as squats, deadlifts and push ups, correctly.
But who is right and how much specific core training, if any, do we need? Read more
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Don't wait for the doctors to approve high-dose vitamin D supplements, says Bill Sardi. Practice preventive medicine yourself.
A noted expert on the topic of vitamin D and public health is calling for universal vitamin D blood testing and widespread dietary supplementation to augment dietary and sunshine sources of this essential nutrient. Adoption of these practices should not wait for further definitive studies in an effort to “rescue as many patients with vitamin D-related illness as we can during the interim and not wait for further clinical trials to end. Read more