Researchers at Washington State University found that a compound in garlic is 100 times more effective at battling intestinal illnesses than two commonly prescribed antibiotics.
Here’s some helpful advice for those of you looking to drop a few pounds — and keep them off — as warm weather approaches. A recent article in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition has some tips about balancing your calorie consumption.
Researchers indicate the importance of learning to determine the energy density of foods in order to eat more and stay fuller for longer on fewer calories. Energy density is defined as the calories divided by the weight of the food. Foods with low energy density tend to be those that are heavy, or dense, but not high in calories. These will keep you satisfied without the high calorie count.
The burgers at Burger King may be double-stacked, but the pigs and chickens used to produce their products won’t be. By 2017, Burger King plans to buy all its eggs and pork from cage-free facilities.
President Barack Obama, despite admitting to inhaling, probably doesn’t have too many stoner friends in the Nation because his promises and his Presidential actions regarding medical marijuana policy have differed.
The idea of too much stomach acid is a great paradox. Why? Because the symptoms of low stomach acid give a signal and symptom of high stomach acid or high acidity.
Millions of people take antacids because they believe they have too much stomach acid when, in fact, they need hydrochloric acid (more acid). This paradox was made to order for the drug houses, which have cashed in big time. There’s no telling how many varieties of antacids are on the market. What a hellacious profit market based on a total lie and fabrication!
Good news for single men: The number of women in the population will likely be rising in coming years. The occurrence of heart disease continues to increase, and researchers have found an interesting by-product. Women with heart disease are more likely to give birth to female babies.
A baby boy has been born in Pakistan with six legs. The child was born at the National Institute of Child Health in Karachi. Imran Shaikh, the child’s father, lives in Sukkur and works as an X-ray technician.
If one new children’s book makes it into your elementary-aged child’s school library, he or she may come home refusing to eat dinner because the food you have prepared has feelings too.
There are a number of myths and falsehoods being spread about salt. Here are two:
- Too much (sea) salt will cause high blood pressure (swelling), kidney problems, heart problems, etc. The opposite is true.
- We are told by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration that a salt-free diet is best for good health. The truth: Physicians and cardiologists in particular have brainwashed their patients against (sea) salt, but sufficient salt is necessary to good health. What is the first thing the nurse hooks you up to when you enter the hospital? A saline drip.
The Jewish plastic surgeon known as Dr. Schnoz has decided to cancel a contest after the premise was considered inappropriate by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS).