Most people need alkalinity to balance their pH. The consequences of low or acid pH are serious, leading to acidic saturation of the body—serious health consequences such as heart attacks, strokes and death. Even our drinking water—which is the universal solvent—needs to be slightly alkaline to be pH balanced. But most water is acidic and harmful. Find out what this means to your health when you read this article…
A new article has reviewed the benefits of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) and their role in the prevention and treatment of the coronary artery disease (CAD).
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.
Vaccine guidelines for U.S. adults have been released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Included in the list are 11 different types of vaccines with three key changes in their recommendations. And the flu vaccine is recommended for anyone with specific medical conditions.
Vitamin D is known to promote bone health, especially in children and menopausal woman, but a new study has found it also boosts the immune system.
An increasing number of Americans have insufficient levels of vitamin D, a new report has concluded.
Dr. Harvey W. Wiley was the first head of the company that later became the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). He fought many battles against adulterated food, and was forced out of office by big food companies because of it. Find out more of the interesting history of Dr. Wiley and his fight for nutrition when you read this article…
AstraZeneca and the FDA are facing criticism over antipsychotic drug Seroquel which numerous lawsuits allege causes metabolic disorders.
Most seniors (in fact most people) are dehydrated. Our thirst mechanism begins to fade with age. Even people who are seriously dehydrated will not drink water placed near them. Water is a nutrient and possesses a dominant metabolic role in all physiological functions of the body. Read this article to find out more about why we are not sick—we’re thirsty…
Despite serious doubts about its safety, rivaroxaban is still being considered for approval by the FDA.