Monday, June 29, 2015

5 Tips to Improve Your Vision

Did you once have good vision, but does it now seem to be deteriorating? It is believed that chronic tension is the primary cause of vision problems in people who don’t have an eye disease, such as glaucoma or macular degeneration. Although the medical establishment claims that corrective lenses or eye surgery are the only way to improve eyesight, pioneering ophthalmologist Dr. Williams Bates contended that poor vision is often related to tight eye muscles that fail to support the eye lens properly for good sight. To overcome this problem, it is necessary to learn to relax the eyes and practice proper vision habits. Dr. Bates developed a complete vision improvement program, but the following five tips will get you started on the road to better vision.

Friday, June 26, 2015

Good’ Fats Could Help Promote Longer Life

Our ancestors knew this, but a study confirmed that good fats could help promote longer life.
Older adults who eat plenty of fish and vegetables may live longer than people who don’t, a large Swedish study suggests.

Among more than four thousand 60-year-old men and women, those with the highest blood levels of polyunsaturated fats (PUFAs), which come from fish and plants, were significantly less likely to die from heart disease or any cause over about 15 years than those with the lowest levels. Read more

Monday, June 22, 2015

3 Exercises for Better Vision

Most people believe that better vision is only possible with glasses, contact lenses, or surgery.. Corrective lenses, however, do nothing to cure vision problems, and eyesight usually becomes worse over time.. Eye surgery doesn't always correct vision and is potentially risky, sometimes leading to permnent damage. Fortunately, there are natural treatments which can cure poor eyesight. The problem is that these methods are disregarded or dismissed by doctors and optometrists who wish people will continue to buy glasses and risk their eyes with surgery. To get an idea of what the alternatives are, try these simple exercises first. They could improve your vision dramatically in a relatively short time.

Friday, June 19, 2015

CDC: Average Weight of Women Today Same as Men in 1960s

Maybe the "beauty comes in all sizes" and "Dad Bod" advocates need to tone it down some. It seems like Americans are taking them a little too seriously.
The average weight of American women is as much as the average weight of American men in 1960, according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

In 1960, the average American male weighed about 166.3 pounds, which was the average weight for American women in 2010 at 166.2 pounds, which marks about a 18.5 percent increase. The average weight for women in 1960 was 140 pounds, according to the CDC report. Read more

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Shingles and Nature’s Own Vaccine

Joseph Mercola reveals how chickenpox solves a lot of problems.
Some people think of chickenpox as a dangerous health condition, especially among children. But it is not life-threatening. In fact, it is actually nature’s elegant design to defend you against a more problematic disease – shingles.

According to the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC),1 shingles is more common in individuals over age 50, although those who are immunocompromised are also at risk. Fortunately, exposing yourself to the chickenpox virus in your childhood years—as well as developing it early on—may significantly lower your risk of developing shingles. Read more

Monday, June 15, 2015

Two Quick Tips for Better Vision

The most common solution to vision problems is to prescribe eyeglasses and contact lenses. Glasses and contact lenses only offer short-term solutions to your vision problems. Your vision become poor again as soon as you take the lenses off. If you want a long-term solution, natural vision improvement is a better way to improve your sight.

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

3 CrossFit Workouts Anyone Can Try

These fast full-body workouts from three CrossFit coaches will have you dripping with sweat in minutes.
Think of these three workouts as the Slash of your fitness routine: hard, fast, and aggressive. Recommended by two top CrossFit coaches, Lauren Fleri of Reebok CrossFit 5th Avenue and Javier Gamboa of CrossFit Union Square, these quick conditioning workouts utilize full-body exercises to jack up your heart rate and inspire buckets of sweat. Translation: They’re way more fun than plodding on the elliptical for 30 minutes — and may be more effective, too. Each workout features exercises and concepts commonly featured in CrossFit gyms (functional full-body exercises, creative intervals, and high intensity). Read more