5 lifestyle factors linked to a longer life, by up to 14 years — NaturalHealth365 – July 1, 2019

(NaturalHealth365) Despite what some “gurus” would have you to believe – living a healthy lifestyle isn’t really that complicated.  Even if you’re on a limited budget, you don’t need anything that ‘fancy’ to increase your ability to live a longer, happier life.

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The Healing Power of a Gut Cleanse: 6-Day Detox — Wake Up World – June 12th, 2019

By Dr. Edward F. Group

Guest Writer for Wake Up World

Originally published at Global Healing Center & reproduced here with permission.

The body is an incredible machine. Each person’s body has a built-in detox system — starting with the gastrointestinal (GI) tract — that processes toxins, chemicals, and other harmful substances that your food inevitably contains. The GI tract begins to remove harmful substances from your food by sending them out of the body in your stool or to the liver and kidneys to be fully detoxified.

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5 Reasons Why Modern “Medicine” Is The Greatest Failure Of Our Time — Collective Evolution – July 3, 2018

For a very long time, we have bought into this idea that if we are sick the only way that we can get better is under the advice of a Medical Doctor. They are trained extensively on the human body, disease, and illness; they certainly should know a whole lot about how to help sick….Read more

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Growing for a better world: The 5 benefits of organic gardening – November 16, 2017

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(Natural News) We can all do our part in helping regenerate the Earth. This can be as small as learning how to garden. Organic backyard farming, or simply gardening, is one of the best ways to start helping our communities and our environment.

Commercial agriculture creates only a few jobs, since most commercial farms make use of machinery. In small, developing countries, farmers are paid less than the minimum wage in compensation for their hard work. Being a commercial farmer isn’t all that great, since companies that own the farms take 95 percent of the earnings for themselves. It also isn’t beneficial to the land itself, since chemicals, synthetics, and other artificial materials are used to eliminate pests and weeds. If chemical pesticides and weed-killing substances are poisonous to humans, then it would be lethal to the soil and to nature as well.

Organic gardening is the best activity to start if you’re concerned about your health, the environment, and want to find more ways to control your finances (and earn a bit more on the side). It isn’t rocket science, and some schools even incorporate community gardening into kindergarten curricula! If you still aren’t convinced, here are a few reasons why you should start your own organic produce garden.

 

Why Turmeric Needs To Be A Daily Habit For Anyone Seeking Good Health — September 23, 2017

There are many important factors that help determine our quality of life. Proper nutrition, a healthy mindset, comforting relationships, and clean air are just some of the most important components to improve in order to lead a healthy and abundant life. One of the easiest and most beneficial aspect of our lives we have a degree…Read more

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The Data’s In: How Much Longer You’ll Live If You Stop Eating Red Meat — August 15, 2017

There is no doubt about it: vegetarianism and veganism are on the rise as more and more people are becoming aware of the potential impacts of meat and animal product consumption and the effect it has on our health, spirituality, conscience, and the environment. As more awareness is raised, more people are making an effort…

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