Everyone knows testosterone plays a role in the sex life of males, but few understand its effects—in both males and females—in other functions of the body. Proper levels of testosterone help reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and other degenerative brain afflictions. Read this article to learn more about this important hormone and what the pharmaceutical industry is doing to keep you in the dark about it…
Dear Bob, What diet do you recommend to prevent Alzheimer’s disease? I recommend a diet that consists of fresh vegetables, fruits and nuts; with at least 50 percent of them in their raw form. I also recommend seafood that is high in omega-3 fats. For more information see some of our other articles on Alzheimer’s […]
Dear Bob, I hear about the benefits of Vitamin D all the time , however no one ever seems to say how many hours of sunlight are required to get the right amount of Vitamin D nor do they say how much Vitamin C one must take as a supplement or drink as a juice […]
There are many natural remedies for your health problems that yield great results. There are natural blood thinners that also help with men’s prostate problems and fight inflammation. And if you want an alternative method to help prevent hot flashes, strokes, lower blood sugar and cholesterol or help offset allergic reactions, read this article for more information…
I told you that according to Dr. F. Batmanghelidj, M.D., author of Your Body’s Many Cries For Water, 70 percent of the medical mafia would collapse if everyone would drink at least eight glasses of water per day and take a total of 1/4 teaspoon of sea salt per quart of water taken throughout the day.
The Archives of Internal Medicine showed that men who ate nuts at least twice a week lowered their risk of heart attack by 47 percent and reduced the risk of general coronary heart disease by 30 percent because of these good nut oils.
75 percent of Americans are chronically dehydrated. In 35 percent of Americans, the thirst mechanism is so weak that it is often mistaken for hunger.
Heart Attacks: Research has shown that the severely blocked heart blood vessels are not the ones most likely to cause a heart attack. Yet they are the ones bypassed with surgery! Bypassed coronary blood vessels clog ten times faster. An interesting note… bypass surgery has never been approved by the FDA.