Health and Lifestyle

Benefits of Daily Aspirin

Posted on September 17, 2018

A study led by Cardiff University concludes that stomach bleeds that are caused by aspirin are considerably less serious than the spontaneous bleeds that can occur in people not taking aspirin. The finding that was published in the journal Public Library of Science, with the extensive study of literature, reveals that while the regular use […]

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Colorectal Cancer

Posted on September 12, 2018

Finding colorectal cancer early can be highly curable. This occurs when abnormal cells grow in the lining of the large intestine (colon), or the rectum. This can occur in both men and women and has the 2nd highest rate of cancer deaths in the U.S. Polyp growths occur on the inside of your intestines, but […]

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People Die From Chemotherapy – Not Cancer!

Posted on September 10, 2018

When a patient diagnosed with cancer refuses chemotherapy treatment, they live 12 ½ years longer on average than those who undergo chemo. This is revealed by Dr. Hardin B. Jones, a Berkeley doctor and former professor of medical physics and physiology at the University of California, who says that according to recent statistics, approximately 1 […]

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Finger Arthritis

Posted on September 7, 2018

There are many signs, symptoms and treatment of arthritic fingers. This is a big problem because arthritis causes damage to the normal joint surface. The joints normally have junctions that have special surfaces to allow smooth motion, which is called cartilage. When this cartilage is damaged, arthritis is the condition that results. Two different types […]

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Gene Mutation & Sleep

Posted on September 3, 2018

It’s surprising that 40% of Americans are sleep-deprived and many get less than 5 hours of sleep per night. This costs money as it includes reduced productivity and an increased risk of serious accidents. The tired drivers on the road are as dangerous as those who are drunk or drugged. Skimping on sleep will decimate […]

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Why 81 Percent of Mothers Breastfeed (And You Should, Too!)

Posted on August 13, 2018

Breastfeeding, also known as nursing, is beneficial for both mothers and infants. If you are lucky enough to be a mom, experts recommend breastfeeding for the first six months of your baby’s life (at a minimum). The longer you nurse without giving formula, the more profound and long-lasting the benefits. How does breastfeeding benefit my […]

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Vitamin K2 Benefits

Posted on July 25, 2018

So, what are the benefits of Vitamin K2?  There’s been a lot of discussion about the essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals, but lately researchers are starting to recognize the one often-misunderstood vitamin that goes unnoticed. A huge number of the population is deficient in vitamin K, principally vitamin K1 and K2.  Cees Vermeer, Ph.D. is […]

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Standing for Our Health

Posted on July 20, 2018

The average U.S. adult spends up to 10 hours a day sitting.  This is a habit viewed as a normal integral part of daily life with working at a desk job or commuting long hours.  We aren’t doing our bodies any favors by sitting so much as it contributes to rising rates of overweight and […]

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Poor Carb Diets & Cancer Risk

Posted on July 18, 2018

An article by EJ Mundell reported that even those people who’ve never smoked could get lung cancer.  A new study suggests their risk for the disease may rise if they eat a diet rich in certain carbohydrates.  These are high glycemic index diets that trigger higher levels of insulin in the blood and tend to […]

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New Food Trend, Koji

Posted on July 16, 2018

Consumer behavior is beginning to change in regards to food and is embracing more traditional foods. They are also relearning ancient culinary methods such as fermenting. This could be one of the most positive food trends in many decades as these fermented foods are really important for optimal gut health and plays a crucial role […]

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Dr. Fredda Branyon