Monthly Archives: June 2015

Afraid of the light?

Being a little child that is afraid of the dark is understandable. Being an adult that is afraid of the light isn’t. ~ C  

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HFCS, a sure-fire recipe for disaster

High fructose corn syrup is a basic ingredient for many soft drinks and processed baked goods. Because of this, fructose now accounts for 10% of total caloric intake for Americans with teenage boys consuming even more – topping in with … Continue reading

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C-sections from hell

ADHD, Autism, mental issues? Did you know that about 75% of American kids with any of these problems were yanked out of the womb with a C-section? Furthermore, C-section babies have an increased risk for developing allergies, asthma, and diabetes. … Continue reading

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Licorice root for BO

Licorice root – not the Walmart candy version – fights body odor! Licorice root contains a natural chemical compound known as trans-chalcone that fights body odor-causing bacteria while also stopping tooth-harming, gum disease bringing, halitosis-causing, plaque-building mouth bacteria. What else … Continue reading

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In pursuit of female Viagra

‘Female Viagra‘? No such thing. There is a warmed up leftover reject of a failed antidepressant drug named flibabserin – reborn with the new name “Addyi”. But, the redubbed Addyi failed so badly as a female arousal drug in study … Continue reading

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Putting the kibosh on anxiety disorders

Fermented foods help the old attitude and even put the kibosh on anxiety disorders. Researchers recently found that young adults eating more fermented foods have fewer social anxiety symptoms than others who didn’t. This tells me that instead of looking … Continue reading

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The inflammation collaboration

Inflammation plays a critical role in wound healing and helping to fight off infections. Just remember that normal inflammation is a sign of the body doing its job to bring antibodies and healing nutrients to an injury site. But! Chronic … Continue reading

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Popeye didn’t know about dandelion!

Popeye didn’t know that wild dandelion leaves pack 8 times more antioxidants than conventional spinach and 40 times more antioxidants than wimpy iceberg lettuce. Health benefits from dandelion leaves include relief from liver disorders, diabetes, urinary disorders, acne, jaundice, cancer, … Continue reading

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The cinnamon cure-all

Cinnamon is one of my favorite aromatic spices. Tastes good; smells good; is great for your health! Not only does cinnamon taken with a meal help fire up digestion and regulate blood sugar but recent research out of the University … Continue reading

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A pain in the body

Pain is a warning signal – not a disease. Are you experiencing pain in your body? Here is an article on pain causes and solutions: http://realhealthtalk.com/pain__I_havent_got_time_for_the_pain_reliever.html

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A pain in the ovulation

Want to conceive? Are you having problems conceiving? NOW HEAR THIS: Naproxen, iclofenac, and etoricoxib are OTC pain-killers that are causing MAJOR ovulation problems in women. These recent study numbers tell it all: Women taking diclofenac (Cambia, Zipsor, Zorvolex) only … Continue reading

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The winner is: High fat and high salt diet

In the latest study out of the University of Iowa, scientists found that adding high salt to a high-fat diet actually prevented weight gain in mice. In fact, mice fed a low salt/high fat diet gained the most weight out … Continue reading

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Kidney stone causes and solutions

Excess calcium in the body can cause the calcium type of kidney stones and can also lead to Alzheimer’s disease and can harden arteries causing heart attacks and other pulmonary problems.1 Either a surplus of calcium and/or a deficiency in … Continue reading

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Runaway metabolic syndrome

Metabolic syndrome is like diabetes for beginners and nearly half of adults over 60 now have it. Metabolic syndrome begins with a hefty layer of belly fat and some moobs (if you’re a guy). Then the blood sugar rises, triglycerides … Continue reading

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Gluten sensitivity, celiac and antibiotics

Antibiotic use is now tied to gluten sensitivity, intolerance and allergies. We have helped cause Celiac Disease by prescribing antibiotics for every little unidentified sniffle, fever and rash… Is the gluten problem going to go away? Not until we smarten … Continue reading

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Colorful carotenoid trivia

Human breastmilk is a complete source of nutrients, antibodies, growth factors, essential fatty acids and bioactive components such as carotenoids – all in a hopefully perfect balance for the developing infant. But did you know that American women fall up … Continue reading

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Emotional eating

Are you having trouble eating just for hunger satiation? The deck is stacked against you. Read more here to find out about emotional eating and what can be done to control it: http://realhealthtalk.com/Emotional_Eating_.html

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Chamomile to the rescue

Relax! It’s just chamomile. Older women who drink chamomile tea have a decreased risk of death from all causes according to a recent study. And it doesn’t just work for women because chamomile is a well-documented medicinal plant that works … Continue reading

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Cancer common denominators

Two common denominators found in all cancer cells are aluminum deposits and iron deposits. Cause cancer? Of course they do. Read more to find out how: http://realhealthtalk.com/Cancer_Causes_aluminum_and_iron.html

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Antibiotics: A miracle drug turned sour

Give antibiotics to an infant and sentence them to allergies, autoimmune disorders, obesity and an elevated risk for infectious diseases later in life. At least that’s what the latest study out of the University of Minnesota says. Researchers reaffirmed what … Continue reading

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