March 11, 2019 by: Isabelle Z.
(Natural News) Arthritis, diabetes, cancer, inflammation… the list of conditions that curcumin can help with is pretty impressive, with many common physical ailments benefiting to some degree from the compound found in turmeric. However, curcumin really puts the “super” in “superfood” by not just enhancing physical health but mental health as well – and we can now add addressing all-too-common conditions like depression and anxiety to its list of accomplishments.
Read more: Happier and healthier: Curcumin-rich turmeric can help ease depression and anxiety, researchers find — NaturalNews.com
March 10, 2019 by: Lance D Johnson
(Natural News) There is a force of nature residing within our bodies, a force that responds to threats, protects the blood, and assimilates vitamins from our food. We are in a relationship with this force. It coexists within our bodies. It influences us and we influence it. This force, comprised of trillions of friendly bacteria cells, communicates with our cells and carries out vital functions that ultimately affect our well being. We can nourish and cultivate the diversity and strength of this biome, or we can abandon and sterilize it with things like antibiotics, glyphosate and other sterilization chemicals.
Read more: Gut bacteria compound may be a key component for fighting Type 2 diabetes — NaturalNews.com
February 14th, 2019 By Makia Freeman Contributing writer for Wake Up World Heart disease is not just the leading cause of death in the USA, but also in the whole world. It’s not just the leading cause of death for men, but also for women. Heart disease is not just one disease. It’s a whole group of diseases which affect the circulatory system and include cardiovascular disease and conditions like high/low blood pressure. So what really causes it – and what can you do about it? Read more
via Why Heart Disease is the Leading Cause of Death – and How to Avoid It — Wake Up World
Katarina Ramsberg Enegren anger direkt vilken typ av människa hon är genom att börja sin replik med: “Vilket jäkla dravel!”. Hon påstår även att jag skulle ha fått sparken ur Cancerfondens styrelse, vilket är lögn. Jag satt i både styrelsen och forskningsnämnden i 9 år, varefter man inte kan återväljas enligt stadgarna. Den andra halvan…..Läs mera
via Lars Berns slutreplik till Ramsberg Enegren: Både diabetes- och cancerpatienter måste börja med att minska sockerintaget — TV Helse i Sverige
REPLIK. Katarina Ramsberg Enegren med en bakgrund som anestesisjuksköterska på Karolinska Universitetssjukhuset replikerar till TV Helse som skrev en artikel om Lars Berns krönika “Inga pengar till Cancerfonden!” publicerad på Berns egen blogg Antropocene. Ramsberg Enegren har en annan uppfattning än Bern gällande orsakerna till diabetes och cancer. Text: Katarina Ramsberg Enegren Vilket jäkla dravel! Sockersjuka, på latin diabetes mellitus,…..Läs mera
via Ramsberg Enegren replikerar: “Bern ska sluta skuldbelägga enskilda individer för att de fått cancer” — TV Helse i Sverige
(Natural News) It’s no secret that low vitamin D levels can put your health at risk, but new research has underscored the importance of vitamin D in disease prevention for the long haul. Scientists from the University of California at San Diego report that adequate vitamin D levels could help prevent up to 80 percent of all cases of Type 2 diabetes — a jaw-dropping find, to say the least. Type 2 diabetes is quickly reaching epidemic proportions, affecting an estimated 10 percent of the United States’ population. More than 30 million adults in the U.S. have diabetes, while another 84 million are said to have prediabetes.
And according to Dr. Cedric Garland, many of these cases could be prevented with proper vitamin D levels.
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(Natural News) Receiving a diagnose of diabetes is a life-changing moment. Finding out you have a disease that can impact your quality of life and ultimately shorten it is frightening, and in that moment, no matter how much you normally do your best to avoid medications, you might feel compelled to start taking the diabetes….Read more
via Nutritionist says following a healthy diet works better than medications for treating Type 2 diabetes — NaturalNews.com