Most people don’t know their pH balance level, much less the range it should be in for maximum health. This article, along with my helpful list of questions, will help you figure out if your body is too acidic. Once you’ve determined this you can start to get your body back into alkaline balance for optimum health.
According to a recent study, a high intake of potassium-rich foods, such as bananas, leafy green vegetables and soybeans, may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, including stroke and coronary artery disease.
I spent another afternoon in disbelief, reading over a dozen emails regarding Congress’ improper use of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA). They misappropriated the act to pull Ephedra from the market. And now they’re trying to oust vitamin E! Read this article to learn how government is trying to restrict your access to dietary supplements and what you can do fight it…
A large European study has found that low levels of circulating vitamin D are associated with a higher risk of developing colorectal cancer. From 1992 to 1998, more than 520,000 participants from 10 western European countries completed detailed dietary questionnaires and gave blood samples.
When you’re born, you’re at the height of your health… and your pH levels are in a nearly perfect alkaline balance. But if you’re like most folks, you pay very little attention to balancing your body chemistry. Read this article to learn more about the need to balance your body chemistry…
Given our fast-paced, stressed-to-the-max lifestyle, it is no wonder that 25 percent of Americans eat at fast-food restaurants every day! That’s one in four people opting for low nutrition, high calorie, bad tasting, done-in-a-jiffy food. And it’s killing us. Read this article to learn more about the fast foods you eat…
According to a new study, premature babies who are exposed to music by composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart may gain weight faster and become stronger than those who do not.
New research suggests that the resin of certain Middle Eastern trees, commonly known as myrrh, may have cholesterol-lowering properties. Best remembered as one of the three gifts given to an infant Jesus in the New Testament, myrrh has been used mostly as an embalming ointment and as an ingredient in incense.
Dear Bob, Do you know of a natural product that will help relieve symptoms of menopause? A: The answer to menopausal symptoms is black cohosh, and studies have found that black cohosh actually reduces the risk of breast cancer. (From Kerry Bone in Nutrition and Healing, October 2007.) Another product that may provide relief is […]
New research indicates the consumption of omega-3 fatty acids and fish oils found in seafood may help protect the heart, eyes and kidneys.