Category Archives: Lifestyle

Curing diabetes

 Diabetes is both preventable and treatable. Diabetes is fast becoming the fourth leading cause of death in the U.S., accounting for about 180,000 deaths per year (right behind medical mistakes). Read more> http://realhealthtalk.com/diabetes_lecture_notes.html

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Harder but not stronger bones

If we just assume that we need to be concerned about bone health and treat our bones naturally, there would be no need for bone scans. It is our diet and lifestyle that has weakened the core structure of our … Continue reading

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Autism rates are not falling!

The 2014 numbers were 1 in 68 children have autism. Wonder what that number is this year? It’s not getting better and it will only get worse until the parents wake up to the facts. Read more > www.realhealthtalk.com/Autism__The_Rising_Tide_of_Autism.html

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Child aggressiveness and the video game

“I made $1million playing video games!” (Said no child ever…) There is no profit in children gaming. In fact, to the negative side of the ledger, children who spend over three hours a day playing video games are more likely … Continue reading

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Gall bladder cleanse liver flush

This simple liver cleanse/gall bladder flush has safely saved thousands of gallbladders from surgical elimination. Don’t have your gallbladder any more? You still have gallstones in the liver waiting to come out. Read more> http://realhealthtalk.com/liver_cleanse.html

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Lost your sex drive men? Want it back?

Moobs (man boobs), sexual failure, diminished sexual desire, a soggy midsection are some of the more common symptoms of the male form of menopause brought on by a reduction in the body’s internal testosterone production and/or a rise in cortisol … Continue reading

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Do you squat or not?

While attempting elimination in the “Victorian” fashion, the person holds their breath and pushes down on the abdomen with the diaphragm thereby forcing fecal matter into the appendix. In a squat position for elimination, you don’t hold your breath or … Continue reading

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The 30-year breastfeeding benefits

Breastfeeding absolutely benefits the child’s health, brain development and intelligence. But what about those crazy moms who keep on breastfeeding until the infant becomes a toddler? Well, a newly finished 30-year study on prolonged breastfeeding (1 year as compared to … Continue reading

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Eyeliner mishaps

Hey peoples, did you know that pencil eyeliner ingredients often include petroleum-based waxes and oils, silicones and gums to stick the eyeliner to the eyelids? These chemicals migrate to the eye itself via blinking, sweating and the natural secretion of … Continue reading

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Delaying breakfast prevents cancer?

Fasting for both diabetes and cancer prevention! I have always recommended fasting for cancer treatment but haven’t made it a point for fasting for cancer prevention. How about simply fasting an extra three hours a day to help prevent cancer? … Continue reading

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Another BPA warning!

Bisphenol A (BPA) is an industrial chemical found in food and drink packaging, food container liners, baby bottles thermal receipt paper, dental sealants and even in plastic plumbing pipes and parts. BPA is an endocrine disruptor that interferes with the … Continue reading

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A fat risk for metabolic syndrome

The sad fact is that over 69% of Americans over 20 are either overweight or obese and a full 34% of US adults now suffer from metabolic syndrome. Metabolic Syndrome is a state of chronic low grade inflammation that results … Continue reading

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Allergy relief – naturally

Got spring allergies? Get natural remedies! http://realhealthtalk.com/Allergy_barriers.html ‪

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Fatigued to death?

Ever heard of adrenal fatigue? Some 80% of people will suffer from adrenal fatigue at some point in their lives. What is adrenal fatigue? The adrenal glands above the kidneys secrete over 50 different hormones that are essential for life … Continue reading

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Appetite outlaws

Appetite rules: In an inane attempt to “protect” people from their own self destruction, Los Angeles has designed an ordinance intended to curtail obesity in low-income areas. How? By eliminating any new fast-food restaurant startups. But, the fast-food restrictions passed … Continue reading

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Trolling the internet trolls

Vituperate is what an internet troll does. I should know; I have block list with well over a thousand of them on it. An internet troll is someone who interrupts an online discussion with posts and comments that hijack and … Continue reading

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Fluoride and the Pied Piper

Why do they add fluoride to your city’s water? Better ask the Pied Piper for that answer… Fluoride added your water causes an aberration where calcium and phosphorus migrate into areas of the body that they would not normally be … Continue reading

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Hands only CPR

Every year, over 420,000 cardiac arrests occur outside of a hospital in the US – but often when a person collapses and has no pulse, bystanders are reluctant to assist for fear of doing something wrong. A pitiful 90% of … Continue reading

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Aluminum sucks!

Solid antiperspirants are made with a waxie emollient that are laced with an “active-ingredient” compound to give antiperspirants a magical sweat-blocking power over your sweat glands. Antiperspirants aren’t really magical though as almost all of them pack an aluminum-based compound … Continue reading

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Killer stress

Relaxing after a hard day’s work helps prevent the release of excess stress hormone cortisol. Cortisol is what your body releases when it is stressed. Having small amounts of cortisol is not a problem until the stress becomes persistent and … Continue reading

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