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(NaturalHealth365) The foods that you eat not only impact your waistline and your physical health, but they also affect the way you think and feel. You’ve probably always heard that you are what you eat – and it’s true, what you put in your body matters.
But, according to a review published in the March 2021 issue of Frontiers of Nutrition, it’s what you feed your brain that really counts.
“I don’t see how anyone can look at lockdown and say there was successful policy,” said Bhattacharya. “We have had lockdowns in country after country after country. I don’t think by any measure you can call them a success.”
(NaturalHealth365) Thanks to the tireless effort put forth by the mainstream media to brainwash the masses, millions now believe that the only way to protect against the invisible virus is by masking up, getting jabbed, and avoiding our fellow human beings. It doesn’t seem to matter that none of these measures are grounded in sound science, that the virus has never been isolated, or that (conventionally speaking) the disease in question has a 99.9x percent survival rate for the vast majority of the global population.
Förekomsten av depression och ångest hos barn och ungdomar har dubblerats globalt sedan nedstängnings- och isoleringspolitiken inleddes i början av 2020. Det visar en ny studie som publicerats av Jama Pediatrics.
OPINION & SJUKVÅRD. Det kan vara svårt, men livsviktigt, att ta till sig denna information. Psykiatrin i Sverige är bland de värsta i världen med att fortfarande ge elchockbehandlingar (ECT). Cirka 40 000 per år ger de till bland annat barn, gravida, äldre och under tvång. Upp till 200 ECT-behandlingar per år ges till barn. Metoden är fullständigt eller delvis förbjuden på flera andra ställen i världen. Tvångs-ECT och elchocker till barn bryter mot klara direktiv från FN, WHO och UNICEF.
Denna artikel innehåller viktig information som undanhålls från patienter och deras anhöriga, vilket är en allvarlig kränkning av deras rättigheter.
(NaturalHealth365) For many centuries, gotu kola has been a mainstay of both the Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) healing systems. Botanically known as Centella asiatica – also referred to as Asiatic pennywort – this member of the parsley family has been used in TCM to treat kidney failure and malaria, and various skin conditions – including leprosy. In Ayurveda, where it is known as brahmi, gotu kola is prescribed for similar purposes.
“The virus is fragile. It doesn’t live outside. UV light fractionates it, kills it, blows it apart. Ventilation and wind blow it away,” said Dr. Ryan Cole, CEO of Cole Diagnostics – one of the largest independent laboratories in the state.
(NaturalHealth365) Dark chocolate is one of those foods that tends to go through a revolving door in the media. In one news cycle, we’re told dark chocolate isn’t a health food and is so high in calories that it should be avoided. In the next news cycle, we hear that dark chocolate actually comes with many notable health benefits.
So, which is it? The truth is, dark chocolate is generally considered to be beneficial for your physical and even mental well-being — provided you consume it in moderation. And while you don’t have to eat dark chocolate to live a healthy lifestyle, there are a few tips that will help you figure out how to choose the right dark chocolate brand if you want to add this sweet treat to your weekly diet.
(NaturalHealth365) Today’s food contains non-food ingredients that your grandmother and great-grandmother wouldn’t have recognized as food. In fact, according to journalist and food writer Mark Bittman in his new book Animal, Vegetable, Junk, close to 50% of the food that’s available today is in the form of ultra-processed junk food. While there’s a well-established relationship between diet and physical health, the associations between diet and mental health remain largely a gray area – within the “conventional” world, and it’s one that’s being increasingly looked at by scientists and researchers.