(NaturalHealth365) A recent meta-analysis included in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition determined that eating more antioxidants like vitamin C and vitamin E can reduce mortality rates. In fact, having more antioxidants in your blood can reduce your risk of cancer, heart disease, and your overall risk of death for up to three decades later.
Researchers looked at 69 different studies in their meta-analysis. They dug deeper into studies on vitamin C, carotenoids, and vitamin E to find out how much they really impact your risk of death. The results were astounding…Read more
(Natural News) One out of every five Americans has been convinced to take a statin drug in order to lower their blood cholesterol levels and supposedly prevent heart disease. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) admit that statin drug use is on the rise; Atorvastatin (Lipitor) is the best-selling prescription drug in the world. The problem with statin drugs is they cause memory loss, learning difficulties, muscle wasting, rapid aging, irritability, and mental health issues. Peer reviewed research also indicates that almost half of all women who religiously take statins ultimately develop diabetes.
(NaturalHealth365) Conventionally speaking, statins are designed to ‘protect’ your health by lowering your cholesterol. But, in too many cases, there are patients uninformed about the fatal threat of this type of drug. (allow me to explain)
Remember the Ice Bucket Challenge? Well, hopefully you remember the disease that the viral challenge was raising money (and awareness) for. That disease, Lou Gehrig’s disease – clinically known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS – is thought to occur “sporadically” in about 90 percent of the cases, according to the ALS Association.
How taking statins can threaten your future health, according to a shocking report: Read more
Heather Callaghan, GuestWaking Times You may have heard of the sugar industry’s attempt to get dietary fat blamed for heart disease when it manipulated results to cover up sugar’s role in cardiovascular illness. There is more to the story… Last year, three researchers turned heads everywhere when they uncovered evidence that the sugar industry secretly funded studies on sugar’s effects on mammals, only to…Read more