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(NaturalHealth365) Yes, you’ve probably heard it before. And, no (as dietary advice goes), it’s not a trendy, attention-grabbing, or innovative concept. A just-published, massive population review conducted by the American Heart Association and involving 2 million adults around the globe definitively confirms that consuming healthy amounts of fruits and vegetables helps prevent deadly ailments such as heart disease and cancer, thereby lengthening lives. (This is a compelling finding when you think about it!)
(NaturalHealth365) Who would have thought that the zany cartoons we grew up with could contain accurate nutritional information? Viewers of a certain age might remember “Popeye the Sailor Man,” who gobbled cans of spinach whenever he needed a boost of muscular power to fight the villainous Bluto. As it turns out, Popeye’s strategy was surprisingly sound.
(NaturalHealth365) No doubt, spending time in the sun is beneficial for human health: it’s the best way to ensure your body gets enough vitamin D, and it also promotes a normal sleep-wake cycle. By the way, clinical evidence even shows that UV radiation can destroy the novel coronavirus (although sunlight shouldn’t replace other measures to protect against infectious diseases, like a healthy diet, good sleep habits and other immune-supportive lifestyle habits. But, in terms of sun exposure, you’ll certainly want to consider a good sunscreen to protect your skin from UV damage.
(NaturalHealth365) North Americans are famously deficient in a number of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin D, magnesium, omega-3 fatty acids, iron, and B vitamins. Fortunately, selenium deficiency is relatively rare in the United States, although an estimated 1 billion people throughout the world are lacking in this important nutrient. Read more:
(NaturalHealth365) Well over a year into the pandemic, mainstream media continues to espouse the benefits of COVID shots while downplaying growing reports of adverse reactions. This week, we’ve also seen the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) quickly backpedal on an unsubstantiated statement from CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky, who irresponsibly claimed that people who have had the COVID shot “don’t carry the virus.”
(NaturalHealth365) Increasingly, researchers are discovering the role played by cancer stem cells in the growth and spread of the disease. In groundbreaking research, vitamin C showed its ability to target cancer stem cells and stop their growth – preventing the recurrence of tumors.
(NaturalHealth365) Prenatal supplements are recommended by Mayo Clinic and other leading organizations for all women of childbearing age. The reason: key fetal developmental events occur even within the first days or weeks of conception, often before a woman even knows she’s pregnant – so making sure she has plenty of vitamins to support herself and her unborn baby right from the start can make a big difference.
(NaturalHealth365) If the thought of being required to get injected by an experimental and unapproved drug in order to travel out of the country or even travel around your own community sounds farfetched to you, then be warned: the stage is already being set. Indeed, tech companies and government officials are already making this troubling dystopian development – the so-called “green passport” – a reality.
(NaturalHealth365) Dementia, which can feature memory loss, confusion, cognitive impairments, paranoia, delusions, and hallucinations, affects at least 5 million adults in the United States. Sadly, the overall number of people afflicted with this debilitating condition is expected to triple over the next 30 years.
(NaturalHealth365) Remember when there was a worldwide call-to-action to stop using plastic straws lest we seriously harm the environment? Restaurants stopped providing them to customers, companies, and entrepreneurs making reusable and sustainable straws made millions, and environmental awareness campaigns to create “strawless oceans” skyrocketed.