BUSTED! Top 5 Cancer Myths | The Truth About Cancer – April 12, 2021

You probably hear a lot of conflicting information about cancer. There seems to be so many opinions about what causes cancer, who is at highest risk, and how you can beat it.

So what are the facts about cancer and what are myths? Some of the truths behind common misconceptions about cancer may surprise you…

BUSTED! Top 5 Cancer Myths — The Truth About Cancer

Grounding — A Simple, Pleasurable Way to Reduce Inflammation and Chronic Disease — Wake Up World – March 21st, 2019

March 21st, 2019

By Dr. Joseph Mercola

Contributing writer for Wake Up World

Did you know the energy from the Earth can help you live a healthier life? The concept is known as earthing or grounding, which is no more complicated than walking barefoot.

Read more & video: “9 Amazing Benefits to Grounding” (1:42) via Grounding — A Simple, Pleasurable Way to Reduce Inflammation and Chronic Disease — Wake Up World

8 Inspiring Steps to Live a Healthier Life and Naturally Avoid Disease – November 3, 2017

Phillip Schneider, Staff Writer
Waking Times

Your health is one of the most important things that you can focus on throughout your life. Unfortunately, not everyone takes it very seriously and many people live much of their lives feeling lethargic and in full of pain. Despite the fact that food and medicine is more readily available than at any time in history, the quality is typically questionable at best. In a world filled with toxins and more ways than ever to avoid exercise, the biggest health question becomes not how to cure disease, but how to prevent it while living a productive, healthy life.

If you’re looking to improve your health and in turn improve your quality of life, try following these 8 easy steps.

1. Eat Complete Proteins

It’s fairly easy to fall into the trap of getting poor nutrition. With the way that the food system has established itself in America, finding someone who gets enough vitamins and trace minerals is hard to come by, but less so due to a rising demand for health-conscious foods.

First of all, try as best you can to make sure that you’re getting enough complete proteins. If you’re vegan or vegetarian then you’re going to need to get all of your amino acids from foods like quinoa, hummus, Bragg’s, hemp seed/milk, or a combination of beans and rice. For non-vegans, milk, eggs, and meats also offer complete proteins. Without proper protein consumption, your body will not be able to build and repair tissue properly or produce hormones, enzymes, or certain other body chemicals the way that it should.

2. Make Sure to Get Enough Vitamins

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