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(NaturalHealth365) It might be a little disturbing to learn that trillions of bacteria live inside us – to the extent that they comprise an astounding 90 percent of our bodies (compared to a mere 10 percent human cells). But the fact is: this massive microbial community, also known as the microbiome, is indispensable to the immune system – and can even affect cognition and mood. Now, new research from Swiss and Italian scientists has revealed the relationship between the microbiome and Alzheimer’s disease.
(NaturalHealth365) If you’re one of those individuals who craves a cup of coffee or tea before starting your day, great news: your morning brew just got a lot healthier. At least, that’s what scientists at the National University of Singapore are hoping to accomplish – with the help of some friendly microbes.
(NaturalHealth365) Did you know “healthcare providers are required by law” to report certain adverse events to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) operated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)? The emphasis above — underlined and bolded — comes directly from the HHS website, which has become immensely popular since the COVID shot rollout began in the United States.
(NaturalHealth365) Big Pharma company Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) has been having a rough month. After an astounding number of people reported adverse reactions at COVID injection clinics throughout the country, multiple clinics had to temporarily shut down, undoubtedly leaving many would-be J&J jab recipients on edge.
(NaturalHealth365) A recent study shows strong evidence of a link between lack of vitamin D and poor cardiovascular health. The study results show that low vitamin D levels have been linked with a higher risk of having a heart attack, stroke, or heart failure, among other health issues.
(NaturalHealth365) It is almost impossible not to discern the relentless marketing campaign that the government has launched to persuade American citizens to take the COVID injection. Due to Orwellian censorship, anyone who dares to question the need for the experimental shots quickly gets silenced or even de-platformed by social media giants YouTube, Facebook, or Twitter. With social and mainstream media serving as the official narrative’s distribution channels, people hear only one side of the story. But as we all know, there are two sides to every story.
(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: