World’s first WiFi homes supported by Amazon

This post was originally published on this site (NaturalHealth365) 5G wireless technology is coming –ready or not – as corporate giant Amazon partners with Lennar (the nation’s largest home builder) to offer homes with WiFi, according to the Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Home Design specifications. The cloud-based Home Design system – which allows voice control of lighting, … Read moreWorld’s first WiFi homes supported by Amazon

Leading cancer expert suffers total organ failure and dies suddenly after getting vaccination

This post was originally published on this site (NaturalHealth365) There has been yet another death associated with receiving a vaccination. This time the victim is a top UK cancer doctor and researcher who died after being administered the yellow fever vaccine. Martin Gore, 67, has been described by the Duke of Cambridge as an “inspiration.” … Read moreLeading cancer expert suffers total organ failure and dies suddenly after getting vaccination

What is the 16:8 diet? Discover how intermittent fasting can help you lose weight

This post was originally published on this site (NaturalHealth365) It almost sounds too good to be true: fast for 16 hours per day, eat as usual during the other 8 hours, then watch the weight fall off. But new research suggests that the seemingly simple “16:8” equation – also called, intermittent fasting – really does work. Intermittent … Read moreWhat is the 16:8 diet? Discover how intermittent fasting can help you lose weight

The So-Called “Healthy” Foods That Disrupt Blood Sugar + Slow Metabolism

This post was originally published on this siteThe foods that are contributing to blood sugar problems. The post The So-Called “Healthy” Foods That Disrupt Blood Sugar + Slow Metabolism appeared first on Dr. Will Cole.

Why sugar consumption will increase your risk of osteoporosis

This post was originally published on this site (NaturalHealth365) Osteoporosis – in which bones become increasingly more brittle and prone to breakage – affects 16 percent of American adults over age 65, with postmenopausal women at increased risk. According to the World Health Organization, this age-related condition poses more of a threat to health than … Read moreWhy sugar consumption will increase your risk of osteoporosis

OMAD: The Latest Intermittent Fasting Trend For Calmed Inflammation + Increased Longevity

This post was originally published on this siteHow one meal a day can improve your health. The post OMAD: The Latest Intermittent Fasting Trend For Calmed Inflammation + Increased Longevity appeared first on Dr. Will Cole.

The dangers of formaldehyde exposure linked to dementia, diabetes and depression

This post was originally published on this site (NaturalHealth365) For many adults, the word “formaldehyde” may summon up memories of a long-ago biology class – and the noxious-smelling fluid used to preserve the frogs intended for dissection. But this toxic chemical, found in a wide range of everyday products, is actually closer at hand than … Read moreThe dangers of formaldehyde exposure linked to dementia, diabetes and depression

Negative emotions found to increase inflammation, study reveals

This post was originally published on this site (NaturalHealth365) We’ve all heard about the link between chronic stress and poor physical health.  But, now, research out of Pennsylvania State University in State College has found a direct correlation between negative emotions and increased inflammation in the body. Simply put, these negative emotions – over time … Read moreNegative emotions found to increase inflammation, study reveals

Vaccine dangers in question: The U.S. FDA approves Vaxelis, a new ‘6-in-1 combo shot’ for infants to young children

This post was originally published on this site (NaturalHealth365) In late December 2018, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a disturbing new hexavalent vaccine called Vaxelis.  It contains a combination of antigens that supposedly address six different diseases: tetanus, pertussis, diphtheria, poliomyelitis, hepatitis B and the flu.  Yet, with so many people wondering … Read moreVaccine dangers in question: The U.S. FDA approves Vaxelis, a new ‘6-in-1 combo shot’ for infants to young children

Weekly Health Quiz: Iron, Cooking Oils and Back Pain

This post was originally published on this site 1 Which of the following cooking oils is harmful and should be avoided to safeguard your health? Coconut oil Olive oil Canola oil Vegetable oils such as canola and corn oil are highly damaging and should be avoided to safeguard your health. Healthy cooking oils include coconut … Read moreWeekly Health Quiz: Iron, Cooking Oils and Back Pain

Kids in DANGER: The disturbing link between vaccines and joint pain

This post was originally published on this site (NaturalHealth365) Arthritis, a broad term used to describe joint pain caused by inflammation, is a leading cause of disability.  But, it’s not just an ailment affecting adults and seniors. According to estimates, well over a quarter of a million children are living with juvenile arthritis. This is likely a … Read moreKids in DANGER: The disturbing link between vaccines and joint pain

Arthritis pain REDUCED with a non-toxic, natural therapy

This post was originally published on this site (NaturalHealth365) We all know how great massage can feel.  However, research out of Duke Health has confirmed significant benefits of regular, whole-body massages for anyone suffering from arthritis pain in their joints. Now, all we need to do is get insurance companies to pay attention to this … Read moreArthritis pain REDUCED with a non-toxic, natural therapy

Your Guide for Growing Okra

This post was originally published on this site Okra (Hibiscus esculentus) is a unique, annual vegetable from the same family as the hollyhock. It is usually the color of fresh corn husks, has the shape of a spike and the texture of a grooved cucumber. When sliced, it may remind you of a tiny star … Read moreYour Guide for Growing Okra

How to Prevent Parkinson’s Disease with Diet and Lifestyle

This post was originally published on this site Unfortunately, the conventional treatments available for Parkinson’s disease are limited to surgical interventions and medications that come with numerous side effects. But a growing body of research indicates that there are many modifiable risk factors associated with the condition, providing us with clues as to what measures … Read moreHow to Prevent Parkinson’s Disease with Diet and Lifestyle

Antibiotics Linked to Fatal Heart Condition

This post was originally published on this siteResearch shows your body’s microbiome has nearly 39 trillion bacteria.1 During early years, your family, dietary intake and environmental exposure contribute to the variety in your microbiome, influencing your lifelong health. Everyday activities such as brushing your teeth, eating, kissing someone or handling a family pet also affect … Read moreAntibiotics Linked to Fatal Heart Condition

Replace Dangerous Oils With Healthy Fats

This post was originally published on this site 30 Tips in 30 Days Designed to Help You Take Control of Your Health This article is included in Dr. Mercola’s All-Time Top 30 Health Tips series. Every day during the month of January, a new tip will be added that will help you take control of … Read moreReplace Dangerous Oils With Healthy Fats

Top 8 Benefits of Squats

This post was originally published on this site 30 Tips in 30 Days Designed to Help You Take Control of Your Health This article is included in Dr. Mercola’s All-Time Top 30 Health Tips series. Every day during the month of January, a new tip will be added that will help you take control of … Read moreTop 8 Benefits of Squats

Daily Walks May Decrease Severity of First Time Strokes

This post was originally published on this siteA new study based on Swedish stroke registries suggests adults who participate in light to moderate physical activity may have less severe strokes than their physically inactive peers. The researchers recommended at least four hours of walking or two to three hours of swimming a week as a … Read moreDaily Walks May Decrease Severity of First Time Strokes

Changing Habits? You Need to Shrink the Change

This post was originally published on this site Whatever your objective, kudos for planning to improve your health and well-being. But do you know how to set yourself up for success? When it comes to making changes, should you think big or start small? The answer may surprise you in our aim-high culture, yet decades … Read moreChanging Habits? You Need to Shrink the Change

Are You Undereating? Here Are 6 Common Signs and Symptoms

This post was originally published on this site If this frustrating scenario sounds familiar, you’re not alone. I regularly see these symptoms in my patients—ironically, among those who are most committed to living a healthy lifestyle. The likely culprit surprises them, and it may surprise you too: undereating. We all know the hazards of overeating. … Read moreAre You Undereating? Here Are 6 Common Signs and Symptoms

Can Chronic Stress Cause Hypothyroid Symptoms?

This post was originally published on this site Are you one of the 20 million Americans who has thyroid disease? (1) Have you taken proactive steps to improve your thyroid health, such as cleaning up your diet and supplementing with thyroid-supportive nutrients, but with little to no improvement? If this sounds like you, you may … Read moreCan Chronic Stress Cause Hypothyroid Symptoms?