Friday, October 31, 2014

Boost Your Immune System: What NOT to Eat

Want to stay healthy/ Then don't consume these six immune system wreckers, says Daisy Luther.
Tis the season for the flu shot propaganda machine to rev into high gear, as Big Pharma, the CDC, and the mainstream media urge people to roll up their sleeves and have toxins like mercury and formaldehyde injected into them, all in the name of “staying healthy this winter.”

There’s a much easier way to stay healthy that also involves toxins – the ones in our food supply. Only I recommend avoiding them instead of injecting them directly into your body. Read more

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

8 Health Benefits of Turmeric

Edward Group lists eight impressive health benefits of the spice turmeric.
Turmeric, or Curcuma longa, is an ancient spice used traditionally among the peoples of India and Asia as far back as 2,000 BC. The spice belongs in the ginger family and has been highly prized in the culinary traditions of these ancient cultures for millennia. Turmeric imparts a vibrant yellowish hue to curry dishes, and the spice is also used as a natural dyeing agent for cloths. In Persia, turmeric comes from the word saffron and is closely related to the spice.

The main phytochemicals that give turmeric its most impressive and wide-ranging health benefits are curcuminoids. Amazingly, over 9,000 medical and clinical research studies have been conducted on this amazing spice and its extracted curcumin in recent years, with most finding significant physiological benefits. Read more

Monday, October 27, 2014

7 Ways to Last Longer in Bed with a Woman

Do you want to learn how to last longer in bed so that your wife or girlfriend will be utterly and totally satisfied? Now a woman will probably will not come right out and tell you that she's sexually frustrated, but if you can only last for a few minutes, the chances are that she is. The good news is that it's possible to become a better lover, and pretty quickly too. You can start by following these seven tips:

Friday, October 24, 2014

Drinking Soda Can Cause Premature Aging

Drinking soda may accelerate the aging process as much as smoking, according to a new study.
It is well-documented that, due to their high sugar content, regular consumption of soft drinks has been linked to the development of various health problems including diabetes, heart disease and obesity.

A new study has suggested that their negative physiological effects may be even more far-reaching, however, concluding that even consuming just one soda per day can cause premature aging. Read more

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Ebola: A Scurvy-Like Illness?

Dr. David Brownstein says that it is possible that Ebola may be preventable with high doses of vitamin C because it seems to be a scurvy-like illness.
This past weekend, I travelled to Indiana to give a lecture. During my driving time, I was thinking about the Ebola problem. Ebola eventually kills by causing massive bleeding. Patients suffering with Ebola may bleed out of every orifice as well as from the nipples.

To cure Ebola, the media has been reporting that there is a race to bring a vaccine to market. However, a vaccine probably won’t help those already infected with Ebola. Other pharmaceutical companies are researching anti-viral drugs that will kill Ebola. Read more

Monday, October 20, 2014

One Hundred Gram Carb Cure

For those who don't need to switch to a ketogenic diet (yet), one hundred carbohydrate grams daily is a reasonable limit for the reasons given. Unfortunately, the meal plan presented follows the debunked five-meals-a-day regime, so it shouldn't be used.
Dr. Mike Roussell and Chris Shugart are blindfolded and tied to chairs in a room with no windows. A fully-automatic assault rifle is pointed in their direction.

A gruff voice says, "When I count to three, you will both tell me one thing that will solve the obesity epidemic for the general population andhelp the advanced athlete and bodybuilder shed fat rapidly."

Mike and Chris hear a metallic click. The safety has been removed.

"One, two, three!"

"Eat about 100 grams of carbs per day!" they shout simultaneously. Read more

Friday, October 17, 2014

Wine, Peanuts, and Chocolate May Prevent Osteoporosis

Red wine, peanuts, and chocolate may help prevent osteoporosis, according to a new study.
A glass of red wine, a handful of peanuts or a nibble of chocolate could protect against osteoporosis.

Resveratrol, a natural compound found in red wine and grapes, mulberries, cocao powder and peanuts has anti-inflammatory properties which protect against bone loss in mice and rats. Read more