The cancer treatment using bicarbonate soda and maple syrup—mixed together and heated to bind the two—delivers natural chemotherapy that kills cancer cells. But this natural method greatly reduces the horrendous side effects that seem to go hand-in-hand with most of the traditional chemotherapy treatments. Since cancer loves sugar, when the cancer cells gobble up the mixture, the baking soda kills them before they can grow. Find out the details in this article…
A new study has sought to explain the exact mechanism behind the long known role of zinc in fighting infections and boosting the immune system.
The more myths, lies and deception that we believe, the more dependent human beings we are. Therefore, the less myths, lies and deception we believe—the wealthier and healthier we become. Propaganda is a powerful science of persuasion and mind control—and I have observed that even very intelligent people with good minds can be manipulated against their best interest with propaganda and myths. Find out the myths—and the actual facts behind them—when you read this article…
According to new research, those who neglect elevated cholesterol levels during midlife significantly increase their risk of developing neurodegenerative disease such as Alzheimer’s or vascular dementia.
Recent research may offer new hope for those who find it difficult to drastically cut down on cookies and bread – it suggests that even a moderate change in carbohydrate intake can make a significant difference.
For older overweight women who suffer from type 2 diabetes, new research has found that including two kinds of dietary oils in their diet may help them manage their weight.
Those whose diet includes regularly consumed oily fish may improve their cognitive skills and protect themselves from memory problems as they age, according to a new study.
New research suggests obese cancer patients tend to have lower levels of vitamin D, and doctors should take the weight status of such patients into consideration when establishing their vitamin D supplementation needs.
Scientists believe that properly planned and executed vegetarian diets can cover nutritional needs and moreover protect against chronic diseases.
The Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA), which are designed to promote heart health and reduce risk of chronic diseases, have been validated by a new study.