There are signs that the popularity of holistic fertility treatments has been growing, especially since mainstream therapies can have mixed results and cause side effects in addition to growing increasingly expensive.
As healthcare costs continue to escalate, new study results have suggested an integrative approach to treating patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) may bring both health and economic benefits.
A healthy body always needs an excess of alkaline reserves to support the body skeleton, and equally to keep the critical 1 percent alkaline balance in the blood and the cell tissue. When our alkaline level is low and acid is high, sickness results; when our alkaline reserve is depleted and acid reigns, death follows. And when tissue cell calcium is low, the void is filled with acid—and sickness and disease love acid. Discover ways to boost your invaluable alkaline reserves—and the price your health pays if you don’t—when you read this article…
High salt consumption has long been linked to cardiovascular disease, but it is only now that scientists are learning about some of the mechanisms behind the phenomenon.
A meatless diet offers benefits such as lower blood pressure, a reduced risk of heart disease and hypertension. A new paper offers revised information on how vegetarianism provides extra intake of vitamins D and K for bone health, indicating that they may help prevent osteoporosis.
A new study has compared the consumption of whole grain cereal and milk with carbohydrate-based sports drinks and found the former may provide the same recovery and rehydration benefits after exercise.
According to a new article, dietary adjustments may help prevent or treat prostate cancer.
Scientists believe cognitive decline and other memory problems in humans may be mitigated through a diet rich in oily fish which are high in vitamin D.
Dietary research has provided new insights into ways of preventing or minimizing age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
Heartburn and acid indigestion have never been caused by too much natural stomach acid—which is hydrochloric acid (HCl)—but by too little natural stomach acid (HCl). Low HCl levels cause problems with the digestive process, and the undigested foods ferment and produce organic acids. The fermentation and organic acids of fermentation are the cause of gas and reflux, but antacids kill both the good HCl and the bad organic acids of fermentation. And just how important is a sufficient amount of HCl? Find out when you read this article…