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High-Sugar Diet Doubles Heart Death Risk: Study

By on February 4, 2014 in Natural News
High-Sugar Diet Doubles Heart Death Risk: Study

Doctors have long thought extra sugar in a person’s diet is harmful to heart health because it promotes chronic conditions such as obesity and diabetes. But the added sugar Americans consume as part of their daily diet can — on its own, regardless of other health problems — more than double the risk of death […]

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Pesticides in Produce – Top 10 “Dirty” List

By on January 31, 2014 in Natural Health, Natural News
Pesticides in Produce – Top 10 “Dirty” List

Just how bad is the extent of pesticides in our produce? Studies show that over 20 million Americans consume a total of 8 kinds of pesticides in just one day!  Over one year that adds up to 2900 pesticides that we are consuming. What are these pesticides doing to our health and our bodies? When […]

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Stop Cooking with Aluminum Foil

By on January 26, 2014 in Body, Home
Stop Cooking with Aluminum Foil

Aluminum has been shown by multiple studies to be harmful to the human body. Unlike other trace minerals, the body does not need aluminum. Aluminum accumulates in the kidneys, brain, lungs, liver and thyroid where it competes with calcium for absorption and may prevent your bones from absorbing minerals necessary for strong bones, leading to osteoporosis. […]

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Goldenrod – Healing Support for Your Kidney and Bladder

By on January 25, 2014 in Body, Home
Goldenrod – Healing Support for Your Kidney and Bladder

Goldenrod is much more than a common garden herb. Sometimes confused to be the cause of allergies, Goldenrod has actually been used for centuries to treat people with a variety of medical conditions involving the kidney and bladder. There are at least 130 species of goldenrod in the United States alone. This herb is native to […]

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Can You Get Diabetes From Your Spouse?

By on January 25, 2014 in Natural News
Can You Get Diabetes From Your Spouse?

Health Minister tours medical school at UHNBC Image by BC Gov Photos Health Minister Terry Lake is joined by Dr. David Snadden, senior executive dean, education, UBC Faculty of Medicine and Baldeep Pal of Northern Health’s computer tech support at the Northern Medical program at the University Hospital of Northern BC. Health Diabetes is not […]

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Scientists ID Belly Fat Genes

By on January 24, 2014 in Natural News
Scientists ID Belly Fat Genes

Researchers who identified five new genes linked to belly fat say their findings could help efforts to develop medicines to treat obesity or obesity-related diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.  The investigators looked at more than 57,000 people of European descent and searched for genes associated with abdominal fat, independent of overall obesity. […]

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Marriage Good for Men’s Bones

By on January 22, 2014 in Natural News
Marriage Good for Men’s Bones

Marriage is good for the health of men’s bones, but only if they wait until they’re at least 25 to marry, suggests a study from UCLA.  Researchers found that men who married when they were younger than 25 had lower bone strength than those who were older when they married for the first time. The […]

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The Dangers of Plastics

By on January 22, 2014 in Home, Natural News
The Dangers of Plastics

Plastics have been around for quite a while now, certainly since the beginning of the 20th century. It would be hard to imagine a life without plastics. It is in just about everything but food (and some say it may even be in there as well…). Plastic revolutionized most industries within the last century. What IS […]

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6 Foods To Fight Inflammation

By on January 22, 2014 in Body, Home
6 Foods To Fight Inflammation

What is Inflammation? Inflammation isn’t all bad. Inflammation is the way your immune system responds to an injury perpetrated against your cells, whether it’s a blow to your body or an infection in your blood. Inflammation signals the release of leukocytes—white blood cells that help clean up an injury site.

Leukocytes take away pathogens and signal […]

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Katie Couric Tackles Childhood Obesity Epidemic in New Film

By on January 21, 2014 in Natural News
Katie Couric Tackles Childhood Obesity Epidemic in New Film

Along with her soon-to-end daytime talk show, fall engagement and recent move from TV to the web as Yahoo’s global anchor, Katie Couric also made a documentary feature shown at Sundance.  “Fed Up” premiered Sunday at the Sundance Film Festival.  Special: Get Dr. Brownstein’s Bestselling Diet Guide For Only $ 4.95— Save 67%. Click Here. […]

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