Many government agencies are indicating that Americans should drastically reduce their salt intake. But this is another nonsensical big pharma/government campaign that requires us to look at the other side of the issue for the truth. According to Dr. F. Batmanghelidj, sea salt—not refined table salt—has an enormous amount of health benefits. Check out this article to find out just what those benefits are…
New research suggests that gastrointestinal (GI) motility disorders that do not respond to conventional therapies may be successfully treated with herbal medicines.
New research has demonstrated that acupressure wristbands relieve nausea associated with radiation treatment in a significant number of cancer patients.
A total of six studies conducted during the past year have shown evidence of the beneficial impact of apple consumption on risk of breast cancer.
Bacterium known as Helicobacter Pylori is a major cause of stomach ulcers which may cause stomach cancer, but new research has found compounds in broccoli sprouts may act to kill the germ.
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.
A combination of vitamins may be useful for the prevention of hydrocephalus, a new study has found.
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 have announced they will unveil a more accurate set of standards for measuring vitamin D levels in blood later this year.