Almost 50 percent of Americans have some form of heart disease

(NaturalHealth365) Heart disease still remains the number one cause of (preventable) death in the United States – claiming a shocking 840,000 lives every year.  Now, a disturbing new report from the American Heart Association (AHA) warns that the situation is worsening. Fact: 121 million adults – almost half of all Americans – currently have some … Read moreAlmost 50 percent of Americans have some form of heart disease

Multiple chemical sensitivities is an overlooked worldwide health epidemic causing massive health problems

(NaturalHealth365) Amid the many challenges facing our modern world today, perhaps none is greater than what’s going on in our own bodies – especially as it relates to multiple chemical sensitivities. Research shows that chronic health disease is on the rise – and unfortunately, it’s an epidemic that can’t only be explained by the fact … Read moreMultiple chemical sensitivities is an overlooked worldwide health epidemic causing massive health problems

This is Your Rise

A guest blog by Arielle Coree Lean in, my friend. There is something you ought to hear. The world is ready to meet the wholeness of your being. I know you feel it. The undeniable shift in the collective energy. The persistent pull at your heart. The internal longing for something more. The Universe feels … Read moreThis is Your Rise

New meta-analysis finds that proper vitamin D levels greatly improve the health of diabetics and heart patients

This post was originally published on this site (NaturalHealth365) Vitamin D deficiency has become a global health problem, and more than one billion people across the world are either vitamin D insufficient or deficient.  Studies have found that a deficiency in the “sun vitamin” can lead to health problems like poor glycemic control, obesity and … Read moreNew meta-analysis finds that proper vitamin D levels greatly improve the health of diabetics and heart patients

Shocking NEW research exposes the truth about ‘moderate’ alcohol consumption and your risk of a stroke

This post was originally published on this site (NaturalHealth365) Alcohol consumption studies have been touting the benefits of moderate consumption (such as red wine for heart health) for quite a while. One of these purported ‘benefits’ involved the reduction of stroke incidences, which was documented in BMC Medicine journal in 2016.  However, a new collaborative … Read moreShocking NEW research exposes the truth about ‘moderate’ alcohol consumption and your risk of a stroke

Nurse Places Dying Newborn next To Her Twin, Ends up Giving Her a Hug That Saves Her Life

This post was originally published on this site Sometimes, the love between siblings stems from the supernatural and never runs dry. They may fight, they may argue, they may bicker, they may not talk to each other for years, but in the end, they are willing to lay down their lives for each other. Even … Read moreNurse Places Dying Newborn next To Her Twin, Ends up Giving Her a Hug That Saves Her Life

What You Need to Know Before You Try Intermittent Fasting

Hiya Gorgeous! If you spend any time reading wellness blogs (aside from this one, of course!) or scrolling through your fave health gurus’ accounts on social media, you’ve probably caught wind of today’s topic—intermittent fasting. This eating schedule (I’m not calling it a diet—you’ll find out why soon!) has gotten more attention in the wellness … Read moreWhat You Need to Know Before You Try Intermittent Fasting

Speak out against an illegal violation of human rights in Brooklyn

Earlier this week, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio issued an order that anyone who resides or works within 4 zip codes of Brooklyn who has not received a measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) vaccine (or who cannot demonstrate serological immunity), must receive the vaccine within 48 hours or face a potential fine of $1,000. … Read moreSpeak out against an illegal violation of human rights in Brooklyn

Seven Ways to Develop Your Sense of Agency

Leslie and Josh came to therapy to talk about their son’s problems in school. But it soon became apparent that they had a different problem altogether—one common to working parents. Their daily routine included a dizzying array of activities and responsibilities that kept them constantly stressed. Getting their kids out the door to school was … Read moreSeven Ways to Develop Your Sense of Agency

17 Quick and Healthy Vegetarian Snacks

This post was originally published on this site By Rachael Link, MS, RD Selecting nutritious snacks to enjoy throughout the day is a key component of any healthy diet — including vegetarian diets. Unfortunately, many quick and convenient snack foods offer little in terms of nutrition apart from extra calories, sodium and added sugar. Still, … Read more17 Quick and Healthy Vegetarian Snacks

5 Takeaways from My Broken Brain 2 Docu-Series

Broken Brain 2 was a way for me to share the latest innovations for healing and nourishing our brain-body connections, a process that helped me recover my own health—using these therapies I went from bedridden to vibrant and I’ve seen an overwhelming amount of others experience the same shift. With the help of our incredible … Read more5 Takeaways from My Broken Brain 2 Docu-Series

The Primal Blueprint Is For Life!

This post was originally published on this site It’s Monday, everyone! And that means another Primal Blueprint Real Life Story from a Mark’s Daily Apple reader. If you have your own success story and would like to share it with me and the Mark’s Daily Apple community please contact me here. I’ll continue to publish … Read moreThe Primal Blueprint Is For Life!

Super yogurt that’s a lot better than products sold in groceries

Commercial production of yogurt involves brief-as-possible fermentation time, addition of blending/emulsifying ingredients to generate smoothness and better mouthfeel, as well as manipulations to suit consumer preference, no matter how misguided such as low- or non-fat and the addition of high-fructose corn syrup- or sugar-sweetened sweeteners and fruits. Fermentation time is a major chokehold on commercial … Read moreSuper yogurt that’s a lot better than products sold in groceries

Why low-fat diets don’t work — Dr. Jason Fung’s diabetes course

We are proud to announce that we are now releasing four more episodes of our incredibly popular How to reverse type 2 diabetes video course with Dr. Jason Fung! You can now watch the new fifth episode of the course which is all about low-fat diet advice. Does a low-fat diet help with reversing type … Read moreWhy low-fat diets don’t work — Dr. Jason Fung’s diabetes course

AIP Stories of Recovery: Jarrett’s Recovery from Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis and Alopecia

AIP Stories of Recovery is a success story series about regular people from the Autoimmune Protocol community who are changing their lives using the protocol. Each month a new person is featured and readers have the opportunity to discover all the different health challenges that are being overcome by folks just like themselves on the same … Read moreAIP Stories of Recovery: Jarrett’s Recovery from Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis and Alopecia

8 Must-Have Mood-Supporting Supplements

Everyone gets the blues or feels anxious sometimes. These are very reasonable reactions to the ups and downs of our lives. However, if you are living with mood imbalances as your near-constant companion, you’ll want to take action. These imbalances can interfere with your daily routine, relationships, and energy levels. They can take a heavy … Read more8 Must-Have Mood-Supporting Supplements

Travel Getting In The Way of Fitness? Don’t Let It – Try These Suggestions

Regular exercise can invigorate the body and mind, help keep off extra pounds, minimize the risk of illness (including Alzheimer’s, heart disease and diabetes), help to regulate hormones, inspire creativity, boost your mood and increase longevity. Unfortunately, travel – frequent or occasional – can disrupt schedules, making exercise seem like an afterthought, but it doesn’t … Read moreTravel Getting In The Way of Fitness? Don’t Let It – Try These Suggestions

New study: Chronic health problem linked with frequent nighttime bathroom trips

(NaturalHealth365) Have you ever heard of nocturia?  It’s a medical term that applies to people who have to frequently urinate at night.  Many risk factors for this condition are relatively obvious and preventable – such as consuming too many fluids and food before bedtime or taking certain medications like beta-blockers.  But, there’s much more to … Read moreNew study: Chronic health problem linked with frequent nighttime bathroom trips

Bad news about the Impossible Burger: Ushering in a new wave of genetically engineered foods

(NaturalHealth365) The Impossible Burger, a new “plant-based burger” marketed by Impossible Foods, is now appearing on diners’ plates in selected California restaurants. And this genetically engineered food does its best to impersonate meat, reportedly sizzling, browning when cooked –even “bleeding.” In other words: “Franken-Burgers” have arrived and they call this healthy?! The appearance of these … Read moreBad news about the Impossible Burger: Ushering in a new wave of genetically engineered foods

Don’t Get Pinned with Diseases You Don’t Have

This post was originally published on this siteWhen you purchase over-the-counter medications or receive a prescription, you take the pills with sincere hope that you’ll feel better. For sure, the pills may do the trick, for example, stop reflux, or relieve arthritis, but I also wonder if you know that the medications can suppress and … Read moreDon’t Get Pinned with Diseases You Don’t Have

Emily’s Story: A Life Lost to a Food Allergy and a Parent’s Wish

Written by Paul and Catrina Vonder Meulen with an introduction from Robyn O’Brien Thirteen years ago, we received an email from father who had quite literally just lost his 13 year old daughter, Emily, to an allergic reaction. It was one of the very first emails that we received at AllergyKids, and it immediately grounded … Read moreEmily’s Story: A Life Lost to a Food Allergy and a Parent’s Wish

Gates Foundation quietly plans to control nutritional supplements for the ‘good of humanity’

(NaturalHealth365) For the majority of Americans, nutritional supplements are a mainstay of daily health and wellness routines.  In fact, according to the 2017 CRN Consumer Survey on Dietary Supplements, 76 percent of American adults – over 170 million people – rely on dietary supplements for increased energy, immune health, bone health and overall wellness.  Surely, … Read moreGates Foundation quietly plans to control nutritional supplements for the ‘good of humanity’

Roundup adjuvants are 9,661 times more toxic to human cells than the active ingredient glyphosate

(NaturalHealth365) It’s official – glyphosate, the active ingredient in the weed-killer Roundup, has been officially linked to cancer cell growth. Last summer, a jury awarded $289 million to a school groundskeeper for Roundup’s role in his non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma – and hundreds of lawsuits are ongoing.  Now, research reveals a stunning – and dangerous – twist … Read moreRoundup adjuvants are 9,661 times more toxic to human cells than the active ingredient glyphosate

What’s the Difference Between Collagen and Gelatin?

Gelatin and collagen are highly recommended on a healing diet, but what makes them so special? And what’s the difference between the two? Are they interchangeable in recipes? Do they support health in the same way? I share all the details in this post.