Tag Archives: chronic disease

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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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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Antibiotic overload

Once the very first antibiotic is administered to the infant or child, the bacteria in the gut is wiped out and the immune system is permanently altered in its ability to manufacture appropriate immune cells. On top of this, fungus … Continue reading

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Tattoo toxicology

The toxicology of tattoos is very poorly understood with long-term health problems like chronic disease, low thyroid, diabetes, cancer, birth defects, and reproductive harm now tied back to the ink used for tattoos. Titanium, aluminum antimony, arsenic, beryllium, chromium, cobalt, … Continue reading

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Breathing room from air pollution

One particular veggie packs the two well-known cancer fighters, glucoraphanin and sulforaphane. That veggie is broccoli. New research finds that broccoli also fights lung damage from air pollution. A daily dose of broccoli sprout juice helped the lungs expel significant … Continue reading

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Health is not just the sum of our genes

The human genome contains around 23,000 genes while the total genomes of bacteria, fungus and viruses in the human gut encode some 3.3 million genes. What happens in our health is not just a result of our paltry number of … Continue reading

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Low carb diet is right for diabetes

Researchers took diabetics and divided them into two groups. One group was put on the standard low-fat diet and the other group was put on a high-protein, low-carb diet. The low-fat dieters didn’t change but the low-carbers had a decrease … Continue reading

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Choices lead to cancer

Cancer and chronic diseases don’t just mysteriously appear. In fact, the whole genetic theory is just a farce to shift the blame from diet and lifestyle sins to “not my fault”. The truth is that diet and lifestyle activate and … Continue reading

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Losing muscle

Do you know that the average woman over the age of 40 loses about a half-a-pound of muscle every year but replaces it with fat? In fact, everyone over the age of 25 pretty much begins to waste away in … Continue reading

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Vegetarians live longer – but…

Did you know that a strict vegetarian lifestyle can both save your life and wreck it? When you are ill, a drastic diet change can turn the tides on chronic diseases like cancer, diabetes, major depression and almost any other … Continue reading

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Oxidative stress gone wild

The MTHFR gene makes an enzyme called methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase that plays a role in processing amino acids and is very important for the formation of the B-vitamin, folate. MTHFR gene mutation also lowers your ability to make glutathione which makes … Continue reading

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Inflammation’s good side

Inflammation lies at the root of cancer and most chronic diseases. A little inflammation is a disease-fighting tool that naturally helps facilitate restoration and regeneration of tissues. A little inflammation helps our bodies fight fungus, bacteria, parasites and other infectious … Continue reading

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Rats in the garbage

Your body detoxifies in two stages. Stage one is the ‘collect and bag the trash’ cycle and phase two is the ‘garbage truck removal of the bags to the dump’. If stage one goes down, the body can’t collect the … Continue reading

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About trace minerals:

Trace minerals are essential for many biochemical processes. Essential means that, without them, healthy processes cannot happen and disease creeps in. Sometimes one biochemical process requires a single atom of a trace mineral incorporated into a complex protein to give … Continue reading

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Everyday household killers

Do you know what you are putting into your body with all the soaps, deodorants, lotions and stuff use daily? If it was causing cancer, thyroid trouble and chronic disease, would you stop using them? READ MORE> http://realhealthtalk.com/Lather,_slather,_lotions_and_potions.html

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It’s in the blood

Researchers are now finding 287 toxic chemicals in the blood of newborn babies. 180 of these are cancer-causing chemicals, 217 are known to damage the brain and nervous system, and 208 of these chemicals are known to cause birth defects … Continue reading

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Garbage in garbage out

GIGO: It doesn’t take a brainiac to see that what you eat affects how you feel and how you think. More and more scientific evidence shows the impact of diet on brain function, while identifying patterns of brain activity during … Continue reading

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Good medicine

Win for naturopathic medicine! The U.S. Senate recently unanimously passed a resolution designating October 7th through the 13th as Naturopathic Medicine Week. This is definite recognition of the value of naturopathic medicine in providing safe, effective, and affordable real health … Continue reading

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Stand up for health

Sitting on the old keister brings more chronic diseases. Researchers examined the associations of sitting time and chronic diseases in the middle-aged. Those who sat for more than four hours per day reported more chronic diseases such as cancer, diabetes, … Continue reading

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One out of three suffer

Medications will NEVER overcome a nutritional deficiency or sedentary lifestyle. According to the Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR) about 100 million Americans, more than one-third of the US population now suffer from some form of chronic disease like asthma, diabetes, … Continue reading

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