Elevated Blood Sugar Sets the Stage for Cancer Growth The fact that sugar and obesity are linked to an increased risk of cancer is now becoming well-recognized. Obesity has also been linked to an increased risk of death from all causes. According to research published in 2013, nearly 1 in 5 U.S. deaths is associated … Read moreThis Ingredient Causes Cancer Cells To Grow and Multiple In Your Body…..And You Eat It Every Day!
Your eyes are a unique window into health. Yahoo Health has assembled a list of 14 things your eyes can tell you about your entire body. Here are some of them: Disappearing eyebrows When the outer third of your eyebrow starts to disappear on its own, this is a common sign of thyroid disease. A … Read more14 Things Your Eyes Can Tell You about Your Health
U.S. girls are entering puberty at a younger age than in the past. More than 10 percent of white 7-year-old girls have breast changes that signal the start of puberty, according to a study conducted in the mid-2000s. This is up from just 5 percent in the early 1990s. The average age of a girl’s … Read moreThe Alarming Reason Why More Girls are Starting Puberty Early
Gluten-Free Diets Are Beneficial for Many — Not Just Those With Celiac Disease In recent years, the benefits of a gluten-free diet have become widely recognized and, according to recent research, people are embracing gluten-free in ever-growing numbers, even though the number of Americans diagnosed with celiac disease has not increased since 2009.1,2,3,4 In 2009, … Read moreWhy Gluten-Free Diets Are Beneficial, Even If You Don’t Have Celiacs Disease
Named after Dr. Burrill B. Crohn, a physician who first described the disease in 1932, Crohn’s disease is a type of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) that occurs when an abnormal immune system response leads to chronic inflammation anywhere in the GI or digestive tract – from the mouth to the anus. For the first time … Read moreFungus In Humans Identified For First Time As Key Factor In Crohns Disease
Superfood Trio: Ginger, Turmeric, and Carrots? To designate a vegetable, spice or other edible with the title “superfood” is to recognize that it has the sort of capabilities that far outdistances others among their ranks. Three superfoods that have gone out of their way to distinguish themselves nutritionally are ginger, turmeric and carrots. If you’re … Read more3 Superfood Cancer Killers
Magnesium — An Essential Mineral for Heart Health Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in your body. Researchers have detected more than 3,750 magnesium-binding sites on human proteins1 giving an indication of its wide-ranging health effects. More than 300 different enzymes also rely on magnesium for proper function. A common estimate is that 50 … Read moreThe Sure-Fire Way To Tell If You Are Magnesium Deficient
Bayer and Monsanto — 2 Destructive Behemoths Become 1 Just when you thought the takeover of the global food supply couldn’t get a whole lot worse, it did. Monsanto recently announced it has accepted Bayer AG’s $56 billion takeover offer (a deal totaling $66 billion if you take into account Monsanto’s debt),1,2,3 which will make … Read moreBayer + Monsanto = A Match Made In Hell!
Vegetables offer a wide range of health benefits, but some seem to have greater potential to ward off disease than others. Broccoli falls into this category, having been widely studied for its many health effects. Research shows this cruciferous veggie (in the same family as Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower and more) may reduce your risk … Read moreThe Remarkable Health Benefits of Broccoli, and How to Fight Cancer, Reduce Arthritis, and Protect Your Kidneys With It!
If you’re looking for muscle growth and definition, there’s no getting around exercise. However, you cannot exercise your way out of a poor diet, and when it comes to muscle definition, one of the keys is to lose body fat, or else you will not be able to see the muscles in the first place. … Read more18 Foods That Promote Muscle Growth and Definition