Dirty Electricity — Stealth Trigger of Disease Epidemics and Lowered Life Expectancy

Dirty Electricity — Stealth Trigger of Disease Epidemics and Lowered Life Expectancy

May 28, 2017 | 92,258 Views

This MD showcases studies linking it to all the so-called diseases of civilization - heart disease, cancer, diabetes and even suicide. Your grandparents didn't have this risk, but you do, in a big way. Evidence first emerged in the 1930s but was ignored. You'd be wise to take heed.

This Crunchy Coleslaw Recipe Makes a Perfect Side Dish for Your Next Gathering

Crunchy Coleslaw Recipe

May 28, 2017 | 22,126 Views

If you're tired of eating bland and less-than-extraordinary coleslaw, make this fresh and crunchy coleslaw recipe that delivers wholesome flavors and health benefits.

Can You Really Get Fit in Six Minutes Per Week?

Can You Really Get Fit in Six Minutes Per Week?

May 27, 2017 | 157,307 Views

When you do this for only 6 minutes a week, you can turn back your biological clock by boosting the number of mitochondria in your cells and improving their functioning. You experience more energy, a lower risk of chronic disease and reduced signs of aging, like premature graying and skin wrinkling.

You Really Don't Need to Drink Eight Glasses of Water Each Day

You Really Don't Need to Drink Eight Glasses of Water Each Day

May 27, 2017 | 49,245 Views

The widespread mantra that you need to drink eight 8-ounce glasses of water a day to stay healthy is a myth. If your mind is now sufficiently blown, find out the very simple method you can use to be sure you're getting the right amount of water for you each and every day.

How to Grow Your Own Superfood - Tips for Growing Kale

growing kale

May 26, 2017 | 193,981 Views

It seems too good to be true - just one cup is packed with almost as much vitamin C as an orange, and the equivalent amount of calcium as milk. Also rich in antioxidants, protein, omega-3s and 18 amino acids. But unless it's organic, I wouldn't touch it with a 10-foot pole.

How to Grow Delicious Dill

growing dill

May 26, 2017 | 16,027 Views

Dill is an herbal favorite for an incredible array of foodie endeavors. It's easy to grow, with only a few key details: It requires full sun and grows best from seed. The benefits include fresh or dried dill, flowers that bear seeds for making pickles and an essence that attracts beneficial insects to your garden.

Cannabis May Help Rejuvenate the Aging Brain and Ward Off Dementia

cannabis for dementia

May 25, 2017 | 159,361 Views

Research shows it stops buildup of beta amyloid plaque in the brain - a hallmark of Alzheimer's. And that it promotes homeostasis and helps you respond to stress. All it takes is a small amount to restore a youthful brain. A late-breaking study confirmed it, many times over.

Health Benefits of Family Meal Time

family meal time

May 25, 2017 | 14,867 Views

Making the time to eat together as a family has multiple benefits to children's physical and emotional health. The more times you share a meal during any given week, the greater the payoff will be - and it doesn't have to be dinner only; family breakfasts are beneficial too.

Lilac Oil: More Than Just for Fragrance

lilac oil

May 25, 2017 | 64,042 Views

Soothing and calming, lilac oil has an alluring fragrance that catches people's attention. But are you aware that it can be used therapeutically, too? From helping reduce the signs of aging to easing digestive disorders, this essential oil can definitely come in handy. Read more about its benefits here.

Top Four Household Factors That Can Influence Your Cancer Risk

household pollutants

May 24, 2017 | 110,314 Views

Most are completely oblivious about the fact they're slowly poisoning themselves on a daily basis by not knowing about these 4 concealed enemies lurking in their home, which are boosting their risk of cancer a little bit every single day.

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