A three-year study, published January 4 in the journal Neurology, found that a diet heavy on olive oil, fruits, vegetables, legumes and grains, with moderate amounts of fish, wine and dairy, and small amounts of red meat and poultry, helped those around the age of 70 to retain more brain volume compared to those who did not strictly adhere to the Mediterranean diet. Continue reading
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Did you know you have a medicine cabinet of sorts right inside your kitchen? Many of the spices and herbs you have in your pantry can do more than just add flavor and color to your cooking. They also can benefit your health. Continue reading
Dissolves Kidneys Stones, Kills Cancer Cells And Cleanses Liver – Recipe
Ginger is an extremely beneficial root, with potent antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and anti-parasitic properties.
It is a rich source of numerous nutrients, including vitamin C, magnesium, and many minerals.
It strengthens the immune system, treats pain, helps digestion, treats heart diseases, and asthma. It is also a popular natural remedy for cleansing the liver and treating infections. Continue reading
… and You’ve Probably Ignored Them
Did you know that over 90% of American homes regularly use microwave ovens for meal preparation?
Microwave ovens pulse electromagnetic waves through food, exciting the molecules and causing them to move, vibrate and heat up as they respond to the microwave radiation.
It is a device called a Magnetron in the microwave oven that produces wave energy. This wave energy converts polarity of molecules from positive to negative. Continue reading
Can consuming specific herbs and spices help your body fight cancer or prevent its onset? Thanks to some potent properties within nature, herbs and spices can really help you to combat various disease and illness, including cancer.
Listed are 11 herbs and spices that can tackle cancer cells and keep your body healthy and strong. Continue reading
The traditional Japanese and Mediterranean diets are often considered to be the healthiest in the world, with proven links to increased life expectancy. A number of studies in recent years have confirmed that both diets are directly linked to a reduced risk of numerous diseases. So what’s the secret?
Both diets couldn’t be more different when it comes to ingredients, preparation and flavour, but they both share the same key nutrients which can help us to live longer and healthier lives. Whether it’s ramen or paella, hummus or sushi, the Japanese and Mediterranean diets are both packed full of the same essential goodness we need every day. And they’re both delicious! Continue reading
Paleo. Mediterranean. 80/10/10. Raw, vegan, gluten-free. With so many different diet options out there, figuring out which one is best for you can be overwhelming.
Proponents of each diet will say that their nutritional program is the very best one, but the reality is that everyone’s body is unique and that no single diet could possibly be a perfect fit for everyone.
The ideal diet for you is one that eliminates foods to which you have a sensitivity or allergy, and also includes a range of nutritious foods that suit your tastes, lifestyle and health needs. By figuring out which foods you should avoid and which ones to keep, you’ll be able to create a personalized program that will be a sustainable lifestyle instead of a passing fad. Continue reading
The terms alkalinity and acidity will be familiar to everyone who has taken a high school chemistry class. Now this concept is being applied to the human diet, and it’s shedding some light on the right foods to eat if you want to avoid health problems and keep your body in balance. Continue reading
Nutritionist reveals how the cooking method can destroy the health benefits of your five-a-day
As hard as we try, it can be difficult to eat your five-a-day, everyday – but even if you do achieve this goal, your diet is probably still not as healthy as it could be.
And that’s all down to the way many of us cook our veggies – which can ruin the health benefits that are otherwise contained in our favourite superfoods. So if you’re boiling your vegetables, stop at once. Continue reading
For more than half a century, the conventional wisdom among nutritionists and public health officials was that fat is dietary enemy No. 1 — the leading cause of obesity and heart disease.
It appears the wisdom was off.
And not just off. Almost entirely backward. Continue reading
Eating oily fish once a week may help bowel cancer patients significantly boost their chance of survival, research suggests.
The omega-3 fatty acids in sardines, salmon and trout are thought to suppress tumour growth and curb blood supply to cancer cells. Continue reading
A good cook knows the secret to a rich and delicious soup or stew: bay leaf. The aromatic, olive-green herb is often credited with giving a dish the subtle intensity and depth that makes a meal particularly memorable. Not only do bay leaves taste good, but they are also good for you.
According to Organic Facts, bay leaf has properties that are detoxifying and slow aging. The herb also fights bacterial infections and improves everything from respiratory issues to heart health. It is a powerful herb, from which everyone can benefit. Continue reading to find out the best way to make bay leaf a part of your everyday lifestyle! Continue reading
Living in an age where coffee seems to be more popular than ever before, it’s important to know the effects it can have on the human body. Here are 10 things that coffee can do in respect to improving and sustaining your mental and physical well-being. Continue reading
Scientists link obesity to THIRTEEN types of disease including the ovaries, stomach and liver, being overweight or obese, nearly tripling the list from five to 13.
The study, by World Health Organisation scientists, suggests the number of people who get the disease because of an unhealthy lifestyle is thousands higher than previously thought. Continue reading
Goji berries, native to China, are a booming food fad that can benefit homesteaders looking for an easy-to-grow berry that packs a huge health punch.
Growing goji berries is fairly simple. You will need to purchase a bare root plant or seeds from sources like online nurseries. To speed up your harvest, get a bare root goji beery plant so that you can get its fruits sooner rather than later. Use a mix of soil with a tinge of sand. Continue reading
In past blogs, I’ve talked about how drinking alcoholic beverages can raise your risk for Breast Cancer. In fact, you may recall studies that show that women who have a three drinks a week may increase their Breast Cancer risk by 15%! But can some forms of alcohol raise that risk even further? According to recent research, the particular kinds of phytoestrogens found in beer may do just that.
In 2009 Susanne Weil’s husband attended a single beekeeping seminar, came home and declared they were getting bees. Weil, of Onalaska, said she was a little surprised by the declaration but was quickly sold on the idea.
“We have a garden, and my husband wanted bees to pollinate our garden and orchard,” Weil said. “We saw an immediate difference. We never had such an amazing garden. Even our wind-pollinated plants did better. It’s a win-win.” Continue reading
Although kicking the habit is certainly a tough task, there are ways to rid your system of nicotine. Here in this article are 10 foods that can aid in the removal of nicotine from your body. Continue reading
Active ingredient ‘reduces anxiety and depression’
Hearing a doctor utter the ‘C’ word – cancer – is a diagnosis each and every person dreads.
The disease can consume a patient’s life, leaving them in a constant state of fear. While trying to take in the enormity of their diagnosis, they will inevitably face gruelling medical treatment. As a result it is unsurprising that cancer patients often suffer with depression and anxiety at the same time.
But, rather than seek help on a therapist’s couch, a new study suggests that people living through the turmoil of cancer could relieve their mental health problems by taking magic mushrooms. Continue reading
An artificial sweetener promoted as a healthier alternative to sugar may raise the risk of leukaemia, a study has found.
Italian researchers found Splenda, a sweetener which containing sucralose, was linked with an increased risk of this type of blood cancer as well as other cancers.
The team, from the Ramazzini Institute, called for ‘urgent’ follow up studies to assess whether the ingredient is harmful.
However, Splenda’s makers, Heartland Food Products Group, issued a strong rebuttal, arguing a body of evidence has found the product to be safe, and calling into question the reliability of studies by the Ramazzini Institute. Continue reading
A new look at an old study raises some questions and reignites a debate about saturated fat.
Two people stand at a stove, some chopped onions, or maybe a pitcher of pancake batter, at each of their sides. One puts a pat of butter into his pan, letting it melt. The other glugs a bottle of vegetable oil into his. Other than that, they both cook identical meals. Who’s healthier?
Modern conventional wisdom would say the man who opts for vegetable oil is healthier than the pan-butterer. The American Heart Association suggests using oils like olive, sunflower, corn, or canola for healthier cooking. Continue reading
Whether juiced or dried, experts say the fruit ‘improves gut, heart, and brain health’
From juice and sauces to fresh servings and dried portions – cranberries are versatile little berries.
Proven to help clear up urinary tract infections and even linked to helping more serious illnesses such as bowel cancer, their health virtues are repeatedly championed. Cranberries are also a rich source of antioxidants – which have been linked to preventing numerous chronic diseases. Continue reading
Ancient Greeks used cilantro essential oil as a perfume ingredient, whereas Romans used it to mask the smell of rotten meat. Today cilantro has become one of the most used culinary herbs around the world. Nonetheless, while some people love its unique flavor, others claim that it tastes like soap. Continue reading
Combination of spices ‘obstruct tumor-nourishing receptor’
Many of us love the hot kick of a curry searing with chili peppers and ginger, but some can’t stand the burn.
But spice-phobes should consider a change of heart – since new research shows these two ingredients combine to create a compound that fights cancer.
The finding, from the American Chemical Society, builds on previous studies that suggested a property in chili peppers (capsaicin) fuels tumor growth. Continue reading
In today’s world, we frequently come in contact with items, such as air fresheners, car fumes, candles, and even foods, that increase our risk of cancer. In fact, there are quite a few foods that you likely eat every single day that has been linked to cancer. So, what are they? Here are 12 cancer-causing foods that you probably eat every single day. Continue reading
~ NOTES ~
In my seventeen-odd years of working with the Kelley program, what you are about to read comes as no surprise to me. Much – if not all of what follows was discovered and published by Dr. William Donald Kelley in his writings and teachings (still available in updated forms) back in the late 1960’s. We are now a half century beyond those times, and grants are still being given to researchers to come up with the same discoveries – BUT – they are still worth sharinging. ~ J.B. (Editor)
8 proven ways to help protect against the deadly disease
Want to prevent cancer? From taking an aspirin to eating yoghurt, lifestyle changes could prevent a staggering 40 per cent of Britain’s cancers – here are the proven ways to lower your risk. Continue reading
The amazing bee has provided us with a beneficial natural food supplement. Long ago the Greeks and Romans called natural bee pollen “the life-giving dust” or the secret “ambrosia” eaten to acquire eternal youth. Pollen was entombed with pharaohs, it was used by the American Indians, and for centuries by tribes in China. In our modern times, scientists, gerontologists and nutritionists have rediscovered these bee-prepared foods and confirmed that they are able to promote benefits in the form of healing and rejuvenation. Some nutritionists state that you could live adequately on bee pollen alone. Science shows that bee pollen, that wondrous yet mysterious nectar, has natural rejuvenating powers, aids beauty, boosts energy, extends life span, fights allergies (and possibly even cancer) and relieves digestive disorders. Bee pollen bursts with easily-assimilated protein and lecithin, which nourish the brain and nervous system. Continue reading
Turmeric is known for its iconic yellow-orange hue and for being a staple in South Asian cuisine. It has become increasingly popular for its medicinal uses and health benefits, and is widely considered to be a “superfood.” While there are many skeptics, turmeric has been subjected to hundreds of studies and scientific experiments. Curcumin, one of the key compounds found in turmeric, has been of particular interest. Many studies of turmeric root and curcumin have yielded promising results. The drawbacks of many scientific studies is their lack of human test subjects, however. Continue reading
… enrages Her Doctor. Then She Dumped Her Microwave & …
When Theresa DiNallo was diagnosed with breast cancer, her world was turned upside down. Like most women who are diagnosed with the deadly illness, life changes drastically. According to BreastCancer.org, 12% of all women will develop breast cancer. 246,660 new cases are expected this year alone. Breast cancer is serious business to those diagnosed with it as well as a profitable business to pharmaceutical companies.
“After completing a mammogram, they called me and put it very delicately, saying they think there is a mass in a certain area,” DiNallo told news-herald.com. “That’s when I immediately got scared and I remember being petrified the whole time.”
Theresa was diagnosed with invasive ductal carcinoma. Continue reading