Science and Home remedies don’t often go together so a book that combines the 2 promises to be interesting. The book consists of 18 “home remedies”consisting of 10 herbal remedies 6 superfoods and 2 that I can only call miscellaneous! Some are familiar herbs like White Willow bark and Echinacea but there are others I was not familiar with such as Red Vine Extract. The herbs chosen are mostly easy to find in local shops so anyone wanting to trySee More… Scientifically Proven Home Remedies – a Kindle Book Review
What is the healthiest diet? Just ask the question and duck, because you will be assailed from all sides with opinions. And it is not just opinions – we are told that studies show this and studies show that and we can end up not knowing what to eat to best boost our health. Dr John McDougall discusses this dilemma in a video below and he focusses on the reality of large populations across the world doing well on dietsSee More… Do you Follow the Low Carb High Hype Diet?
Osteoporosis is scary. We know that youngsters get stronger and longer bones as they age and this goes on to some extent right through our twenties. Round about age 30 though we reach peak bone mass and bone strength and our bones are expected to get weaker from then on as we continue to age. This loss of bone mass and strength is called Osteoporosis and is often regarded as “normal”. And indeed a quick look around in any shoppingSee More… Osteoporosis: Are Your Bones Doomed To Crumble as You Age?
Rheumatoid Arthritis is a crippling disease that focuses on the small joints of the body such as those in the hands and wrists but which acts on many different tissues such as the white of the eye, the membrane around the heart and the lungs. Like osteoarthritis with which it is often confused it is an inflammatory disease and generally thought to be an systemic autoimmune disease like lupus. Pharmaceutical treatment can only relieve pain and perhaps reduce inflammation butSee More… Rheumatoid Arthritis – a Natural Diet Based Treatment
We covered Healthy Joints and Osteoarthritis in our previous post and today we focus on a type of arthritis that often provokes humour and mockery – by those who do not suffer it of course. Gout Gout is a kind of arthritis that often strikes at night and you can awake to a stabbing pain usually in the big toe. It strikes men much more often than women and historically was a disease of the rich who triggered these attacksSee More… How to Keep Your Joints Healthy and Free From Gout
We all get occasional joint pain. Maybe we play football or karate or go hill walking; we shrug it off and it heals. But as we age many get joint pain that does not seem to come from activities that we enjoy but from age itself. Joints degenerate as much as any organ in the body and depend on our stewardship of our body for their health. So if we experience stiffness and pain or swelling around a joint weSee More… Joints Going Wrong: How To Heal Osteoarthritis
There’s a lot of background to this video. Take 2 groups of laboratory rats exposed to a cancer causing agent. Then feed one group a low casein protein diet and the other a high casein protein diet. Casein is one of the main proteins in milk so it was an important protein to use. The results of this gruesome experiment? The low protein group was fine and the high protein group got cancer! Is this series of experiments turning cancerSee More… How Protein Controls Cancer
Stress is epidemic nowadays. Doctors will tell you that it is part of 80 to 90% of all illness but they usually know little about how to reduce the role that stress plays in our lives. Here is one simple step you can take to learn how to take a new and resourceful approach to stress