Heart and Cardiovascular
There are many health benefits you can get from adding nuts to your weekly diet. Almonds, for example, are a wonderful healing food that could help balance your blood sugar levels, especially if you are a type 2 diabetic.
You’re in the food store and get lost in all the claims about what is healthy and not healthy for you. So you make your way to a vitamin shop or Whole Foods and try your luck there. But when you grab a bag of this, or a bar of that and turn it to check out the label… you are just as lost. What IS all that stuff in there?
Dr. James Dowd explains exactly what type of vitamin D test you should have done to find out if you are deficient in this vital vitamin. He touches on the issue of insurance covering the cost of the test and what your at-home-testing options are.
It’s hard to imagine that a natural food that tastes as good as an almond can have such a profound beneficial effect on health.
I’ve been fighting low- to mid-level depression for years and at the same time trying to avoid becoming dependent on anti-depressant medication. I’ve tried St. John’s wort, and it didn’t help me. Can you recommend another alternative treatment?
Good thing they can't patent tomatoes!
You know how the drug industry works: They're not after the best treatments -- just ones they can slap a patent on and then jack up the price by several thousand percent.
As it turns out, yoga is no longer just a gentle stretching for aging hippies. Ongoing research shows that this ancient ritual improves mood, helps breast cancer survivors, reduces inflammation and counteracts fibromyalgia.
Maintaining proper blood circulation is vital for your overall health, as healthy blood flow helps transport nutrients and oxygen to your organs and removes wastes.
Unhealthy blood pressure is a silent killer that can lead to heart and brain problems, cholesterol issues, kidney troubles, and blood sugar imbalances.
Move over, “Where’s the beef?” lady.
The new question is…
“Where the heck are the blueberries?”