Heart and Cardiovascular
Remember when you were a kid, and your parents would ask you to “settle down?” You had energy to spare and you could run rings around any grownup.
The health benefits of meditation, whether secular or spiritual, have long been recognized in the East, and now these benefits have successfully been tested in the rigors of the scientific community with excellent results.
If you’re a regular reader of my posts you know that I’m a huge fan of fish. It's a great source of beneficial omega-3 fats. It’s also one of the healthiest foods you can eat.
You might have heard about the health benefits of resveratrol. It has been in the news for the past couple of years. Resveratrol comes from the skin of grapes and has been touted as an amazing cholesterol-buster and antioxidant.
Researchers have discovered something that may be a big help to cancer patients' recovery.
It can decrease anxiety and pain and increase quality of life.
What vitamin do we need in amounts up to 25 times higher than the government recommends for us to be healthy?
What vitamin deficiency affects over half of the population, is almost never diagnosed, and has been linked to many cancers, high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, depression, fibromyalgia, chronic muscle pain, bone loss, and autoimmune diseases like multiple sclerosis?
We all know that blood circulates in our bodies. But what you may not know is that aside from being a vital nutrient substance blood can also be a cause of pain in the body. One of the ways blood causes pain is when it becomes “stagnant.” That is, locations where blood becomes “static” (e.g., sluggish) in the organs and tissues.
Sleep apnea doesn't need any help scaring anyone: It could be killing you a little bit every single night, and you might not even know you have the condition.
Few people realize the essential role that Vitamin K plays to prevent and reverse coronary artery calcification. This powerful nutrient has been shown to be the missing link in the development of a natural solution to keep calcium from depositing as deadly plaque in arterial walls.
With fall right around the corner most of us will likely become less as active. The cool weather months are a time of stillness, reflection and rest. However, we still need to exercise, even if it's at a slower pace.