A California scientist has been arguing there is a good reason to conduct more in-depth research on the possible causative link between vitamin D levels and the development of Alzheimer’s disease.
Blood circulation must be continuous in order to provide nutrition to the cells of the body, to remove and transport wastes to the kidneys and lungs, and to prevent oxygen depletion which could cause damage to the organs. Blood flow is mainly hindered because of high blood viscosity, and acidic water increases blood viscosity. To maintain good health, the acid/alkaline (pH) balance in the tissues should be more alkaline, and the calcium level in our tissues must be adequate. Get the facts about keeping this intricate system in balance when you read this article…
According to a newly released report, dietary supplement sales in the U.S. increased in 2008, reaching an estimated $4.8 billion.
Lifestyle and dietary changes, like regular consumption of cherries, may help manage the inflammation, stiffness and pain related to arthritis.
Grapes, like many other fruits and vegetables, have long been known to promote health heart, but a news study has shed light on a more profound and long-term heart benefit of grape consumption
It is true that when the elderly fall and break a bone, they frequently contract pneumonia—and then die. But researchers have shown that if seniors take their calcium, magnesium and vitamin D3 (the sunshine vitamin), they can escape this fate. You don’t have to worry about an overdose of vitamin D, and bone health is only the beginning of the health advantages that vitamin D provides for you. To find out more about the vitamin that is introducing a golden age in natural medicine, read this article and get the facts about sunny vitamin D3…
New research has found that non-pharmacological interventions such as supportive stress management are more effective than medications for treating depression after coronary artery bypass graft (CABG).
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…