Wednesday, October 1, 2014

6 Tocix Products to Eliminate from Your Home

Eliminate the six common toxic products that may be making you sick.
Did you know that the air inside your home is often more toxic than the air outside? In fact according to the Environmental Protection Agency our indoor air environment is two to six times more polluted than the outdoor air environment.

Considering that nowadays we spend on average 90% of our time indoors, it is extremely important to keep this air clean. You can invest in an air purifier, and other products that are supposed to clean the air inside of our homes -or you can let the air flow through your house as often as possible. If you can, go as natural and simple as possible when choosing cleaning products. Here are 6 of the most important toxic products to eliminate from your home: Read more

Monday, September 29, 2014

5 Simple Tips to Reverse Hair Loss and Regrow Hair

Hair loss is a common problem for men, even for some as young as their mid-20s. Hair loss occurs for a variety of reasons. It may result from not absorbing nutrients, such as vitamin E, as we age. It could be the result of high levels of DHT, a chemical found in higher concentrations in men than women, and which is known to make it difficult for the body to regrow lost hair. To counteract these causes, here are some simple methods people have successfully used to regrow hair and keep themselves looking youthful.

Friday, September 26, 2014

7 Healthy Spices You Should Be Eating

It's not only the food you eat that can improve your health, but also what you put on it.
Spices are an important part of a healthy diet and lifestyle. For one thing, they can add a lot of zest and flavor to your food, making it less likely that you will use a lot of salt or oils to make a given dish taste good. Better yet, many spices are just healthy in and of themselves, the compounds that give them their flavor and color also bringing in a whole array of healthful benefits. Below are seven of the healthiest spices from around the world. Read more

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

5 Simple Lifestyle Changes Prevent 80 % of Heart Attacks

Men can significantly reduce their heart attack risk with five simple lifestyle changes, according  to a recent study.
Most heart attacks in men could be avoided by making five simple lifestyle changes, researchers claim.

Losing the belly, cutting down on alcohol, walking for 40 minutes a day, eating more fruit and veg and quitting smoking would drastically lower their risk.

A study of 20,271 men found that four out of five heart attacks could have been prevented by taking these five basic steps. Read more

Monday, September 22, 2014

Increase Your Brain Function Naturally

Margaret Durst reveals how to increase your brain and nerve function naturally.
Preserve your brain and nerve function. There are great supplements and lifestyle changes to help with this.

Some of the keys to long-term health for brain and nerves involves keeping insulin, blood sugar, inflammation, and toxicity at low levels. Read more

Friday, September 19, 2014

Why Diet Soda Causes Weight Gain

If you're trying to lose weight or prevent diabetes, drinking diet drinks may sabotage your efforts.
People who drink diet sodas over regular sodas are more likely to be overweight or obese, but scientists weren't sure why. The theories fell into two camps: one, something inherent to artificial sweeteners causes weight gain or two, diet sodas imply a diet and heavy people are more likely to be on one.

While we can't discount either quite yet, put down one more point for the first theory. A new study from the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel reveals that artificial sweeteners may have a deleterious effect on our gut bacteria. Read more

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Eating High-Fat Dairy Products Cuts Risk of Type-2 Diabetes

Eating high-fat milk, cream, and cheese cuts the risk of type 2 diabetes, according to a new study.
High fat dairy products such as cream, full-fat milk, yoghurt and cheese can actually reduce the risk of developing diabetes, according to a new study.

Swedish researchers found that people with the highest consumption of high-fat dairy products - eight or more portions a day - have a 23 per cent lower risk of developing the condition than those who eat one portion or less per day. Read more