(NaturalHealth365) Taurine, an amino acid-like substance essential to health, is an ‘unsung hero’ within the nutritional world. But, its importance is almost beyond belief. So under-recognized is taurine, in fact, that scientists and researchers refer to it as “the best amino acid you’ve never heard of.” Today, we intend to shine a light on … Read moreTaurine reduces age-related memory loss
If there were a short list of fruits surrounded by confusing, misleading and downright incorrect nomenclature, ground cherries would be on it. There are several reasons for that: They have a long history and are well-traveled over hundreds of years, as they were discovered and propagated in multiple areas of the world. They’re also similar … Read moreWhat Are the Benefits of Ground Cherries?
This post was originally published on this siteHey everybody, I know some of you are stopping in this morning for your Sunday dose of salient news—all the latest on epigenetic findings, human oddities, and other Primal worthy items. No worries. We’re not abandoning Weekend Link Love, but we are rescheduling it—this time to Mondays—and adding … Read moreWhere’s Weekend Link Love???
In the mood for scary food? Check out our list of these Halloween-themed products! The post Halloween-Themed Treats on Amazon! appeared first on One Green Planet.
This post was originally published on this site It’s the last day of my little mid-rotation fall break. Of course I didn’t do all of the things I wanted to do this week: ambitious home cleaning and organization projects, getting up-to-date on my inbox, etc.. But it was good. I gave myself a lot of … Read moreWeekend Reading, 10.28.18
In my adolescent years, running a mile in P.E. class felt like dragging my feet through quicksand. In dance, my body was free to move in creative ways, whereas the practice and concept of pounding the pavement — in what felt like endless circles — seemed like a looming dark cloud of doom. In college, … Read moreHow To Build A Positive Relationship With Exercise
Of all the bootie-lifting exercises out there, these are the ones that really work.There are a lot of… The post A Fitness Trainer Shares Her Top 5 Butt Exercises That Actually Work appeared first on Paleo Blog.
Satchidananda Panda, Ph.D., is a leading researcher in a very important field of study: the circadian rhythm, which is the topic of his book, “Circadian Code: Lose Weight, Supercharge Your Energy and Sleep Well Every Night.” It’s a great read, written at a level that is easy to understand. Growing up on a farm in … Read moreImprove Your Health by Optimizing Your Circadian Rhythm
This post was originally published on this siteInflammation is an important process for your body, as it helps remove microbes and diseases. Essentially, it is a defensive reaction to anything harmful that enters your body.1 However, inflammation can become harmful for you, especially when it becomes acute or, worse, chronic. Diseases such as asthma, bronchitis … Read moreBursitis: An Introduction to This Inflammatory Disease
Could relief for chronic back pain be as easy as taking a sugar pill? In the BBC documentary below, “The Placebo Experiment: Can My Brain Cure My Body?” Dr. Michael Mosley sets out to investigate the power of the placebo effect. Several studies have demonstrated complaints of lower back pain have risen dramatically in recent … Read moreSo ridiculously simple, could be a lifesaver for back pain sufferers
Hey all, I know some of you are stopping in this morning wondering where the usual recipe is. Where’s the beef marrow? Where’s the sweet meats? Where’s the roasted veggies. Fear not. The team and I will be bringing you the same Primal fare as always, but we’re in the midst of adjusting our publishing … Read moreWhere’s the Recipe???
Take a look at the list of medications people have been able to stop by following the Wheat Belly lifestyle. These represent medications prescribed by doctors to, in effect, “treat” the consequences of consuming wheat and grains. They prescribe drugs to treat inflammation, swelling, skin rashes, gastrointestinal irritation, high blood sugars, airway allergy, joint pain, … Read moreLive the Wheat Belly lifestyle, get off prescription medications
Have you heard the hype about SAM-e? It’s a dietary supplement that has been on the U.S. market for only 20 years, long after it was discovered in Italy in 1952. Although it’s only available by prescription in Europe to treat conditions like depression and arthritis, the supplement is becoming more and more popular in … Read moreSAM-e: Worth the Hype or Waste of Money?
Crisp air and vibrant leaves don’t just signal the perfect season for apple picking and pumpkin spice lattes. Thanks to its ideal temperatures and beautiful scenery, fall is also an excellent time for long-distance running. Hey, there’s a reason why the New York City marathon takes place in early November. Whether you’re a seasoned runner … Read moreHow A Runner’s High Works — And How To Make It Happen
This post was originally published on this site (NaturalHealth365) If you love Indian or Thai food flavored with curry, you’re in ‘luck.’ In addition to being delicious, these foods have real health benefits. Backed by science: UCLA researchers say that curcumin (found in the spice turmeric) can lower the risk of depression and improve your … Read moreCurcumin LOWERS the risk of depression and improves memory
Could relief for chronic back pain be as easy as taking a sugar pill? In the BBC documentary, “The Placebo Experiment: Can My Brain Cure My Body?” Dr. Michael Mosley sets out to investigate the power of the placebo effect. Several studies have demonstrated complaints of lower back pain have risen dramatically in recent decades. … Read moreDocumentary Investigates the Placebo Effect on Back Pain
This post was originally published on this siteSome time ago, Mike Adams wrote and continues to write great pieces on greedy people intent on keeping the public nutritionally uneducated. Unfortunately, the best place to start with this are the youngest members of society through the school lunch program. In this era of government bailouts and … Read moreSchool lunch system corruption
Anxiety and our mental health can depend a lot on the foods we put in our body. In this article, we go over Omega 3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids to help give the mind all the nutrition it needs. The post How Omega-3 Fatty Acids and a Plant-Based Diet May be The Key to Reducing Anxiety … Read moreHow Omega-3 Fatty Acids and a Plant-Based Diet May be The Key to Reducing Anxiety
An essential part of astronaut training is navigating uncertainty and risk. Having worked as an astronaut, engineer, and pilot, Chris Hadfield has firsthand experience negotiating acutely stressful situations. In this video for BigThink, he shares his toolbox of practices for expertly managing stress. 1) Understand what scares you While blasting toward the unknown, Hadfield explains … Read moreAn Astronaut’s Guide to Navigating Stress
This post was originally published on this site The world is not quite what it seems. Most of the maps you see day-to-day are based on Mercator projection. Designed almost 450 years ago, even Google Maps used a variant of this projection until just a few months ago. However, as you can see below, it’s surprisingly … Read moreThe Map You Grew Up with Is a Lie, This Is What the World Really Looks Like
This post was originally published on this site What do Mother Theresa, Nelson Mandela, Morgan Freeman, Martin Luther King, and Nicole Kidman have in common? They’re all INFJ’s! The string of letters, INFJ, might not mean much to you, but together, they represent an unusual combination of personality traits. So unusual, in fact, that only about … Read moreIf You Have These 10+ Characteristics, You Belong to the World’s Rarest Personality Type
Dare to Question: One Parent to Another By Ted Kuntz CreateSpace Independent Publishing There are many books on vaccines out there. Thankfully so. But it can be a daunting task for someone who is new to looking into the pros and cons of vaccinating to find just the right book that clearly lays out the … Read moreDare to Question By Ted Kuntz
This post was originally published on this siteRight now, 25 percent of all Americans are regularly taking sleeping pills, with $18 million being spent on prescription drugs and an additional over $600 million spent on over-the-counter pills. Not only do these figures emphasize the seriousness of the insomnia problem but how drug-oriented our society has … Read moreDangers of sleep depravation
This post was originally published on this site”In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill….All of these are caused by human intervention…The real enemy, then, is humanity itself.” – Aurelio Peccei, … Read moreClimate Change: A Stalking Horse for World Government
Frankenfish The AquAdvantage salmon is the first genetically engineered animal available for purchase in North America. The mad scientists at AquaBounty Technologies spliced it together with parts from the Atlantic salmon, Chinook salmon, and the Ocean pout to produce a GMO fish that grows scary fast. The modified salmon is currently sold completely unlabeled … Read moreIt’s Alive: Spooky GMOs for Halloween
This post was originally published on this site It’s Friday, 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 moreI’ve Transformed My Body and Mind
With all our talk of opiate withdrawal syndromes accompanied by nausea, headache, fatigue, and depression, it can be daunting, even terrifying, to people who face the prospect of tossing all wheat and grains into the trash bin, vowing to never let a Danish, donut, or dish of pasta cross your lips again. So it may … Read moreThe Wheat Belly Timeline: The First Few Weeks
It’s not just diet that matters… light can have a huge effect on the body and overall health. Adequate exposure to sunlight, for example, actually makes the body produce vitamin D, an important nutrient. Photobiomodulation or red light therapy is another way of using light to affect health in a positive way (though it doesn’t… … Read moreHow Photobiomodulation Therapy Can Improve Skin, Hair, Metabolism & Thyroid
This post was originally published on this siteWhen I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, it felt like a personal failure – not just to me, but also to many people who knew me. “But you’re so health-conscious! How did this happen?” The unspoken words I heard were, “What did you do to cause this?” And … Read moreYou Are Not a Failure
It might go without saying that the absolute best thing you can do for your immune system is to get enough quality sleep and manage your stress well — and of course to limit sugar and eat a nutrient-dense, whole foods diet. But beyond that, there are some amazing plants (known as adaptogens) that are … Read moreAmazing Adaptogens: 4 Super-Plants To Boost Your Immune System