According to the Harvard School of Public Health, only a fraction of U.S. adults currently gets the recommended daily intake of all B vitamins from their diets alone. (1) What does vitamin B do to your body, and why is it risky to be deficient in one or more of them? “Vitamin B” actually refers … Read moreVitamin B: Top 6 Benefits of B Vitamins & How to Get More in Your Diet
This post was originally published on this siteWhile I’m on vacation this week, I plan on taking good care of myself, and I want to remind you to do the same. Here’s how: 1. Eat right: Sugar, white flour and factory-made trans fats wreak havoc on health and…read more
When it comes to PMS, it feels like there are good months and there are bad months. Sometimes, it even feels like there are good years and bad years. Yet, most women experience PMS symptoms at some point in their menstruating lives. These symptoms can range from a few days to almost constant, depending on … Read morePMS Relief: 5 Things You Can Start Right Now
(NaturalHealth365) Do you know what biologics are? And, more importantly, what does this have to do with vaccinations and protecting your health? You may have agreed to receive biologics when signing an ‘informed’ consent form at a hospital or clinic. However, did you know that agreeing to receive biologics also means you are agreeing … Read moreGetting a vaccination against your wishes: What you need to know BEFORE a hospital or doctor visit
You might not have given much thought to it, but your spine health is an essential aspect of… The post 7 Yoga Poses to Build Spine Strength and Flexibility appeared first on Paleo Blog.
Mobile phone use continues to expand rapidly around the world. Within the next year, the number of cell phone users worldwide is projected to pass 5 billion. In the United States, well over 90% of adults now have a cell phone. The rate is nearly 50% among children as young as 10! Not surprisingly, Read … Read moreCell Phone Towers. What Distance is Safe to Live?
This post was originally published on this site When we plan for our retirement years, nursing homes or living alone with a home health care aid is not exactly the first thing that comes to mind. Unfortunately, however, as much as we dread the thought, there may come a day when our family will be … Read moreGoodbye Nursing Homes! The New Trend Is CoHousing With Friends
A few months ago, I explored the benefits and applications of cold therapy. Today, I’m going to talk about the benefits and applications of heat therapy—one of the most ubiquitous and ancestral therapies in the history of humankind. You name a culture and—as long as they didn’t live in perpetual tropical heat—they probably had some … Read moreWhat Can Heat Do For Your Health?
This post was originally published on this siteRon Hunninghake, MD is a world-renowned expert on the use of vitamin C for cancer and other ailments. He has overseen over 75,000 administrations of IV vitamin C and has served as Medical Director at the Riordan Clinic in Wichita, Kansas since 1989. I know you will enjoy this … Read moreRon Hunninghake, MD on the Anticancer Power of IV Vitamin C
You may have seen a few weeks back, I had my bedroom wardrobe and kitchen professionally organized by the Horderly team, with some organizational items from The Container Store. Well, today, I’m excited to share the kitchen part of that project! You’ll be able to find my bedroom update on Inspiralized Ali, soon. Continue reading: … Read moreKitchen Organiziation: Before and After
This post was originally published on this siteDavid Perlmutter M.D. – Empowering Neurologist: The food, the facts, the science to control your genetic destiny. For many of us life is pretty much focused on achievement. Whether instilled in us early in life by our parents or through our educational experiences, it seems that there are … Read moreReconnecting with the Present
“Giving back to the communities and institutions that helped us achieve success is a value we share and a privilege we embrace.” – Dinesh Paliwal Just as we give back to the soil so it can nourish us, it is critical that we give back to organizations so they can continue to nourish the larger … Read moreCan you help us get this message out to others?
This post might be a rude awakening for some parents and it’s not meant to be a slap in the face, but I think it’s important to share the truth about foods that are marketed towards babies and toddlers. Especially since eating a processed food diet is the #1 reason why kids don’t like vegetables. … Read moreWhy Babies & Toddlers Hate Vegetables (and what to do about it!)
Scientists at UC San Francisco have found a way to screen people’s blood for hundreds of chemicals at once, a method that will improve our ability to better assess chemical exposures in pregnant women, and to identify those exposures that may pose a health risk. Each year, tens of thousands of chemicals are manufactured in … Read moreOver 50 industrial chemicals found in average pregnant woman
In 2003 and 2004, 63 prisoners at a Seattle jail enrolled in a 10-day meditation course as part of a study by the University of Washington. For the duration of the course, the prisoners were not permitted outside contact and were only allowed to speak with instructors. Three months after each inmate was released from … Read moreCan Your Smartphone Make You Mindful?
(Naturalhealth365) According to the American Sleep Association, up to 30 percent of all Americans suffer from difficulty sleeping at some point in their lives – with 10 percent reporting chronic insomnia. Unfortunately, this frustrating condition can cause health problems that extend far beyond simple fatigue and daytime drowsiness. Research shows that lack of sleep … Read moreStop insomnia: How a lack of sleep can be jeopardizing your health
Use a simple yoga strap to regain mobility and flexibility in your shoulders with these easy stretches.Does sitting… The post 7 Ways to Use a $3 Yoga Strap for Shoulder Mobility appeared first on Paleo Blog.
From coast-to-coast smoke to record-breaking heat waves, going outside can be pretty scary, especially this past summer. That’s why San Francisco-based startup LogicInk is creating simple, stick-on sensors that give you live feedback about some of the nastier elements in the environment. Their first product, LogicInk UV, can detect harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays, which can … Read moreThese Stickers Display Sun Damage and Air Pollution in Real Time
This post was originally published on this siteWhat are your hopes for the new school year? Maybe you want to get better at handling the day-to-day stresses of the job, or be more patient with yourself and your students. One teacher-friend I know says her hope for this year is to learn to “soften more … Read moreHow Educators Can Become More Resilient This School Year
This post was originally published on this site All couples have arguments, but it’s the way they have these arguments that can make or break their relationship. Marriage and love experts agree that arguments are okay and totally normal in a relationship (they can actually enrich two people’s understanding and respect for one another) —just … Read moreCouples Who Fight A Lot Are Actually More In Love, According To Psychiatrists
This post was originally published on this site By Dr. Mercola While health agencies make a big stink about unsterilized foods such as raw organic milk, the food associated with the greatest number of foodborne illnesses is factory farmed chicken. According to the latest Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) statistics,1 there were 5,760 reported … Read moreThe Filthiest Food You Can Eat, Yet Most People Think It’s The Healthiest
This post was originally published on this site According to the American Institute of Stress, 77% of American adults regularly experience stress-induced physical symptoms, with another 73% experiencing psychological symptoms. The big 2 causes are money and work, with 3 out of every 4 Americans experiencing stress citing one of these as their #1 gripe. … Read moreHow to Use Japanese Shiatsu Massage on Your Hands to Beat Stress
If you need a quick intro to what inflammation is and why it’s bad, check out this post, then come… The post Carbs and Inflammation: What to Know about Inflammation on a Low-Carb Paleo Diet appeared first on Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips.
This post was originally published on this site Thinking about getting an Instant Pot? We love our Instant Pot but wish there were things we would have known when we bought it. Here is our Instant Pot Review on how to use an Instant Pot and why we love our Instant Pot! Instant Pot Review We … Read moreWhy You Need an Instant Pot
By Dr. Mercola In August 2018, jurors ruled Monsanto (which was taken over by Bayer in June 2018) must pay $289 million in damages to DeWayne “Lee” Johnson, a former school groundskeeper who claimed the company’s herbicide Roundup caused his terminal cancer. The jury agreed, awarding Johnson not only in the form of monetary justice … Read moreBreakfast With a Dose of Roundup?
If you notice that your memory is sluggish and your mood is off, your brain health might need… The post 6 Natural Ways to Boost Your Brain Power appeared first on Paleo Blog.
Cornucopia’s Take: Conventional grocery items made with oats, wheat, and legumes are very likely to contain glyphosate, the main ingredient in Monsanto’s (now Bayer’s) Roundup. Conventional farmers frequently use Roundup as a desiccant on crops, killing the entire field at once and allowing for speedy drying and efficient processing. Glyphosate lingers on the crop and … Read moreWhat, Exactly, Are We Feeding Our Kids?
Packing a nutritious, delicious, and non-GMO lunch for your kids doesn’t have to be hard! These simple tips will ensure your child goes back to school with a lunch they love, made from ingredients you can feel good about.
This post was originally published on this siteThis article is copyrighted by GreenMedInfo LLC, 2018Visit our Re-post guidelines Given the growing body of scientific support on its health benefits, sesame would be just as at home in a medicine cabinet as it would be a kitchen cupboard. Sesame (Sesamum indicum) is one of the oldest cultivated … Read moreOpen Sesame! 10 Amazing Health Benefits Of This Super-Seed
This post was originally published on this site Homeopathic pharmaceutical company, King Bio is implementing a voluntary product recall on 32 items manufactured between 08/01/2015 and 08/01/2018. These were distributed from August 2017 – July 2018. A small number have tested positive for microbial contamination. Bio King is registered with the FDA and no illnesses … Read moreProduct Recall: 32 Children’s Medications With Microbial Contamination