(NaturalHealth365) Overweight and obesity are not unusual phenomenons within the Western world. For example, in the United States, you’re actually MORE likely to meet a person carrying around extra body fat than not, with about 75% of adult males, 60% of adult females, and 30% of children falling into the overweight or obese category.
These figures are shocking, to say the least. But perhaps what’s more shocking is recent research published by the American Academy of Neurology. A team of researchers discovered something extremely unusual in people with greater amounts of abdominal fat…
Their brains were actually smaller……Read more
(Natural News) Experts suggest that the most effective way to lower cancer risk is by making healthy lifestyle changes. To boost your overall well-being, maintain a healthy weight and eat anti-inflammatory foods that can also help lower your risk of developing breast cancer.
According to Alexandra Rothwell, a registered dietitian and a specialist in oncology nutrition, being overweight is one of the main risk factors for breast cancer. Since inflammation is also associated with both breast cancer and being overweight, eating anti-inflammatory foods can help you maintain your blood sugar levels and minimize inflammation.
The foods included in the list below aren’t just nutritious. They can also help reduce inflammation and prevent breast cancer……Read more
It is no secret, the amount of people who are suffering from mild to severe depression is astronomical, at an all-time high. In fact, the World Health Organization estimates that over 300 Million people around the world have some form of depression. Not to mention many sufferers go undiagnosed. What is going on here? Science….Read more & video
Video Transcript: Is There a Link Between Obesity and Cancer? Ty Bollinger: Before we started the interview you started to talk about some statistics, really alarming statistics about cancer. Talk about the amount of cancers that are actually caused by toxicity versus genetic. Can you share some of those statistics? Dr. Fisher: Absolutely. Anyone who…Video & video transcript