Another day, another farcical “study” on the “benefits” of drinking diet sodas.
This one, reported on Denver’s local CBS affiliate, claims drinking diet sodas is better for losing weight than drinking water. This is “good news for diet soda lovers who also want to drop some pounds,” the reporter breathlessly proclaimed in her report.
Can chronic diseases be cured with the right food? A doctor cured herself of what was thought to be a hopeless case of multiple sclerosis by changing her meals. Learn the 10 changes in diet and lifestyle she’s discovered can put your body on the road to healing.
A study at Carleton University in California shows that having a purpose in your life is good for your health at any age.
Red eye can be a photographic annoyance. Nowadays, even the most rudimentary photography software provides filters to remove it.
But if red eye never shows up in your children’s photographs, it might be a sign of a rare but serious form of eye cancer.
While researchers have long known about exercise’s benefits for heart health and fighting cancer, more recently they’ve discovered that it improves the health and appearance of your skin. Turns out that exercise makes important changes in skin cells that make you look younger and more attractive.
Collateral circulation is a very important concept but it is little known by the average heart patient. In this instance, it has to do with the heart and its ability to create different pathways for blood flow. I am sure all cardiologists and heart surgeons are very familiar with this natural phenomenon.
There are many signals or symptoms of a heart going into a heart attack or a heart not getting enough blood and oxygen causing the symptom of heart pain as well as other symptoms. If one survives a heart attack or just symptoms of a heart attack and is able to live for a short time, the heart begins a natural process of building collateral arteries around a closed off artery, even restoring full blood supply around a blocked artery.
When I went on the paleo diet, I lost so much weight over the period of a year that I was a little worried that my health was in question. But a visit to the doctor showed that nothing was wrong. And since then, my weight has held steady right where I want it. And as long as I eat paleo, I can eat as much as I want.
In The New York Times, a recent op-ed headline read, “Butter Is Back.” The gist of it — and other articles from the mainstream echo chamber — seems to be that a new study published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine found there’s no evidence to support the notion that saturated fat increases the risk of heart disease.
This is very deceptive. Don’t take it at face value!
In a toxic world, helping your body deal with health-destroying contaminants that fill the environment is a must. Here’s how to perform a quick and easy saltwater flush for detoxing. And a reminder not to neglect eating a whole food, paleo diet.
Here’s another reason to drink coffee. Research at Cornell shows that the beverage contains chlorogenic acid, a powerful antioxidant that protects the retina in the eye.