(NaturalHealth365) We know that antioxidants support overall wellbeing by assisting in the detoxification process – at the cellular level. Now an April 2019 study presented at Experimental Biology 2019 revealed three antioxidants in particular can dramatically improve the health of heart failure patients.
(NaturalHealth365) Vitamin D deficiency has become a global health problem, and more than one billion people across the world are either vitamin D insufficient or deficient. Studies have found that a deficiency in the “sun vitamin” can lead to health problems like poor glycemic control, obesity and hypertension. In fact, a chronic vitamin D deficiency can contribute to the development of certain types of cancer.
(NaturalHealth365) A stunning 100 million Americans currently have diabetes or prediabetes – elevated blood sugar that can progress to diabetes if unchecked. But, thankfully, we have some great news – especially for diabetics.
Many natural health experts believe that widespread deficiencies of an essential mineral – magnesium – are driving the skyrocketing national rates of diabetes. In fact, even the National Institutes of Health (NIH) warns that ‘diabetes is frequently associated with a magnesium deficiency.’
The fact is, almost half of all Americans are low in magnesium (and, for seniors, the picture is even bleaker – 80 percent of adults over age 70 are deficient). If you think you may be deficient in magnesium, keep reading to discover how restoring healthy levels – whether accomplished by increasing dietary intake, or taking magnesium supplements – can benefit you……Read more
(NaturalHealth365) Mangoes contain healing properties that can enhance many areas of our well being including: a positive effect on high blood pressure readings and elevated glucose levels. This is really great news for those dealing with hypertension or diabetes. For example, a recent study out of the University of California, Davis found that eating mangoes…Read more
Jon Rappoport, GuestWaking Times —For years, I’ve been writing about the medical system’s self-feeding mechanism: Give a patient a drug to treat his symptoms; the drug causes new symptoms, which are diagnosed as a new illness; and then new drugs are given, and those drugs cause still more symptoms, which in turn are diagnosed as….Read more