Obesity Takes Greater Than Ever Toll on Global Health

Obesity Takes Greater Than Ever Toll on Global Health

June 28, 2017 | 102,157 Views

If you want to help do all you can to help lower your risk of cancer and other chronic disease like diabetes, heart disease and stroke, look no further than this. Now inching out smoking as the leading cause linked to cancer deaths, this rising issue is now plaguing not only Americans, but people worldwide at record numbers.

If You Eat French Fries or Potato Chips, This Will Stop You

eating fried potatoes

June 28, 2017 | 47,787 Views

The potato has a history dating back to 1536 when the Spanish Conquistadors discovered the plant. The potato launched modern pesticide manufacture and use, and may double your risk of death when you eat fried potatoes more than twice a week. I'll give you strategies to enjoy potatoes without the risk.

How to Get Rid of a Stye in Your Eye

how to get rid of a stye

June 28, 2017 | 25,435 Views

Stye is a common eye infection that is not contagious and may be successfully treated at home using simple strategies. I'll give you approaches to use at home and tell you how to differentiate a stye from other more serious conditions that could become chronic or impact your vision.

Many Veterans Are Denied Benefits for Vaccine Injuries

Many Veterans Are Denied Benefits for Vaccine Injuries

June 27, 2017 | 75,183 Views

This cluster of medically unexplained chronic symptoms that can include fatigue, joint pain and memory and respiratory problems has puzzled physicians for years. Experts link it to a decision that was made in 1997 regarding all military personnel.

Sunless Tanning Drug Sure to Increase Skin Cancer

sunless tanning drug

June 27, 2017 | 14,679 Views

Researchers have created a topical drug that leads to tanned skin without exposure to ultraviolet light from the sun. Their recommendation for consumers to one day use the drug in combination with sunscreen while avoiding the sun may actually increase skin cancer rates instead of reducing them.

Toxic Clothing Affects Everyone

toxic clothing

June 27, 2017 | 22,072 Views

The chemicals used to manufacture, dye and stain-proof clothing may be toxic to your health and the environment. Even 'natural' fabrics like cotton can be detrimental to the environment, as can popular microfiber pieces. In the quest for cleaner living, what are your best options for safe clothing?

Broccoli Compound Lowers Risk of Obesity and Helps Treat Diabetes

Broccoli Compound Lowers Risk of Obesity and Helps Treat Diabetes

June 26, 2017 | 176,991 Views

Looking for simple and healthy? This may be your ticket. Enjoy it 3 times a week, and slash prostate cancer risk more than 60 percent. Also activates detox pathways to oust environmental toxins from your body, and more. Besides all that, you're sure to love your slim new look.

Why You Should Always Use Organic Red Onions

red onion

June 26, 2017 | 34,661 Views

Onions add amazing zest to nearly any type of meal, but the nutritional value the red variety contains is far more dramatic. Recent research suggests they have a much more dramatic impact on lowering your cancer risk, as they kill up to four times the cancer cells than other onions due to powerful flavonoid compounds.

Health Benefits of Artichokes

artichokes benefits

June 26, 2017 | 15,659 Views

Examine all the health benefits of artichokes and you may head to the store immediately to pick up a few dozen. Besides silymarin, known to provide more antioxidants than blueberries, they contain multiple compounds related to cancer and dementia prevention, heart protection and improved gut health.

Dietary Fats — The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Dietary Fats — The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

June 25, 2017 | 204,761 Views

Sound healthy? Even when made from organic crops, it contains a little-known toxin that ravages your gut bacteria and commands them to pack on the pounds. Worse, it's cytotoxic, causes DNA damage and destroys your mitochondrial membranes. Please avoid it, do not embrace.

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