According to the April issue of the Journal of Nutrition, soy products play an important role in promoting heart and bone health.
A study has found that people who took a nutritional supplement called Factor D had a lower gastric cancer rate for at least 10 years after they ceased taking it.
Studies show an inverse correlation between bone mineral density and calcification of the arteries—a major contributor to heart disease. This means that if our bone mineral density is low, the calcification of our arteries is high. This makes osteoporosis and heart disease twins. What is the common thread between osteoporosis and heart disease? Read this article to find out…
Before reaching for antihistamine drugs to relieve the sneezing and the watery eyes, it may be worth considering so some natural options that can minimize the unpleasant symptoms as the allergy season gets underway in parts of the country.
Chances are everyone over age 50 is guilty, without exception. As we become seniors we all begin to lose that life-giving and life-preserving substance from our stomachs called hydrochloric acid. The pharmaceuticals make billions and billions of dollars on our ignorance. What’s more, instead of putting hydrochloric acid in, they take it out with antacids until we are sick, or worse—we have stomach cancer. Find out the details… and solution… when you read this article…
Doctors increasingly believe that children can benefit from safe and effective complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) therapies.
For thousands of years, salt has been considered an irreplaceable component of the human diet. But starting almost 30 years ago, government-sponsored research labeled salt as a bad guy—contributing to high blood pressure, strokes and heart attacks. But an independent review now shows these conclusions to be false. Find out the real facts about salt when you read this article…
Scientists believe that people suffering from celiac disease stand to benefit from boosting their dietary intake of vitamins B.
Late winter is the season when people tend to get depressed most, and one expert has discussed some of the possible origins of depressive episodes.
Hormone replacement therapy to relieve menopausal symptoms has been increasingly discredited, and a special report recounts the ups and downs of the therapy over the years.