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slide-reduce-risk-stroke Six Ways Women can Reduce their Risk of Stroke - Studies have shown that women are more at risk of suffering a stroke than men, and for the first time, women and their physicians are now armed with evidence-based guidelines on how best to reduce those risks. “The take-home here is really about starting prevention earlier,” Dr. Cheryl Bushnell, an associate professor at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, N.C., told National Public Radio. Read More →
slide-healtheir-condiment-alternatives Dietary Supplement Users are More Likely to Receive Necessary Nutrients, Make Better Health Decisions - Often enough, especially recently, Natural News has been fending off mainstream medical attacks on supplements. The mainstream media supports whatever biased and bogus reports mainstream researchers release, probably because a lot of advertising money comes from Big Pharma and the rest of the Medical Mafia. And also because of what Mike Adams said in a December 17, 2013, Natural News article: “Mainstream media reporters are, Read More →
slide-fermented-food-for-health Studies Show Many Health Benefits from Eating Fermented Foods - Although the human body is made up of 10 times as many bacteria as human cells, mainstream medicine and an unsuspecting public continue to kill off the bacteria that make up their body indiscriminately through the use of antibiotics and antibacterial products. Meanwhile, studies show that many of the health issues being faced by our modern society are being created by damage caused to our Read More →
slider-prickly-pear-cactus Prickly Pear: Discover the Healing Power of an Ancient Aztec Superfood - If you live in Latin America, or a semi-arid region of the United States, a wild superfood may be ripe for the picking in your own backyard. Known as prickly pear cactus (Opuntia spp), the leaves and fruit of this desert plant can be harvested and consumed to treat a variety of conditions — including diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular disease and inflammation. Native to the mountainous Read More →
slide-quinoa-vs-teff Hey Quinoa, Teff May be the New Gluten-Free Kid on the Block - Quinoa, long-praised for the fact that it’s a gluten-free food rich in protein and manganese, may have to share some of the nutritional spotlight with teff. Of course quinoa still remains an outstanding health food. But teff, which has likely been available from your supermarket and health food store for quite a while now, is fast becoming another gluten-free favorite that can be used for Read More →