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Grow Full Size Fruits In a Fraction Of The Area With Bonsai Trees
September 30, 2015 | Sustainability | J.Battaglia
Bon sai is an art that has been practiced in Asia for many centuries. It isnít genetically altered to make it smaller. Bonsai trees are grown from the same seeds as trees that grow to full size. They are grown in small containers and trimmed and trained so that they remain small and elegant. In this ancient technique, you typically grow the tree outdoors where it can experience the same growing conditions as a regular tree of the same species bearing full sized fruits in a fraction of the area.


Only One Type Of Olive Oil Has The Therapeutic Potential To Maximize Your Health and It's Raw
September 30, 2015 | Antioxidants | K.Foster
The world has been very receptive to the health benefits of olive oil, especially in that last fifty years as more studies and established brands have increased in reputability. However, the olive oil industry is also littered with problems from low quality processing, adulterated oils and toxic extractions. From cancer to cardiovascular benefits, there's only one type of olive oil that maximizes therapeutic potential and it's raw.


Hey Mom, This Is Why It's Important For Kids Not To Make Their Bed
September 29, 2015 | Sleep | A.McCarthy
The headline may catch many Moms off guard and the average 12-year old will be dying to forward this article to their parents, but there's an excuse backed by science to leave your bed undone in the morning.


Vitamin D Found To Significantly Reduce Cancer, Yet Almost 90 Percent of The World Have Sub-Optimal Levels
September 28, 2015 | Sunlight | M.Chan
There's no doubting the magnitude of scientific evidence showing that the active form of vitamin D shuts down cancer cells. Higher levels of vitamin D are highly correlated with better chances of cancer survival and a new meta-analysis of existing data shows that increasing vitamin D status is associated with a significantly reduced risk of developing lung cancer.


The Best Way To Prepare Tofu Is Throw It In The Trash
September 25, 2015 | Toxins | N.Longo
It's promoted as natural, gluten-free, low-calorie, no cholesterol and an excellent source of protein, iron and calcium. It's also one of the most common sources of protein for those who pursue plant-based diets. But let's be honest and bring tofu back to where it belongs...in the trash.


People Who Blame Even The Smallest Degree of Negative Spirituality On Their Health Woes Have Worse Pain and Physical Health
September 24, 2015 | Consciousness | J.Richardson
It is only human nature to displace responsibility and it has a major effect on our view of religion and spirituality. Most people cannot fathom a reality or truth that the events and circumstances in our life are generated by what WE think and do. Individuals who blame karma or other non-secular matters for their poor health have more pain and worse physical and mental health, according to a new study from University of Missouri researchers. Targeted interventions to counteract negative spiritual beliefs could help some individuals decrease pain and improve their overall health, the researchers said.


One Whiff of These 10 Scents Can Relieve Stress Almost Instantly
September 23, 2015 | MentalHealth | A.McCarthy
Ever wonder why some scents make you feel relaxed or energized? Itís no coincidence and we have our olfactory system to thank for its intimate relationship with the brain, which affects both our memory and mood. Here are 10 scents which will enhance this system with just one whiff.


15 Effective Foods For Mood and Happiness
September 22, 2015 | Happiness | A.McCarthy
There are many foods that may be hurting your mood, making you sick, and even pushing you toward depression! On the flip side there are many foods that promote your health, give you energy, turbocharge your memory and focus, and improve your mood. These are some of the most effective foods in that category.


7 Amazing Herbs For Sensitive Teeth and Gums
September 21, 2015 | OralHealth | J.Summerly
From root canals to bridges and gum disease, there's no end to the myriad of oral health problems caused primarily by modern diets. Prevention is the number one way to avoid sensitive teeth, gums and of course the dentist. Besides great dental care, there are many natural herbs you can use which give your oral health the preventative and restorative medicine it needs.


Alcohol, Cigarettes and Even Flamethrowers Are Legal In The U.S. But Kinder Eggs Will Kill You Like There Is No Tomorrow
September 18, 2015 | GovernmentAbuse | M.Torres
Count on the United States government to legalize some of the most toxic and dangerous things on Earth, but get caught bringing a Kinder Egg through customs and you'll get slapped with a heavy fine of up to $2,500 per egg.


Can Red Wine and Chocolate Truly Prevent Disease?
September 17, 2015 | Antioxidants | M.Chan
Resveratrol is a poweful antioxidant with benefits for muscle strength, anti-inflammatories, metabolism, neurodegenerative diseases, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and even cancer. A new study in Neurology suggests that a chemical in dark chocolate and red wine can slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease.


Here's Why Dwelling On Your Past Makes You Repeat The Same Mistakes
September 16, 2015 | Consciousness | J.Richardson
Fear, anger, uncertainty, discomfort, shame, guilt and many other emotions we perceive as negative are often our compass towards growth. It is our resistance to our past and our interpretation of how our experiences should have manifested which define our expectations for the future. How people remember past behavior affects their choices in the present, according to a new study that suggests the relationship between recall and self-control is more complicated than previously believed.


Study Shows Consuming This 30 Minutes Before a Meal Allows People To Lose More Weight
September 15, 2015 | YourWeight | M.Chan
There have been many theories as to why consuming water allows people to shed more pounds, especially when taken shortly before meals. According to new research published in Obesity, scientists have now shown that drinking 500 ml of water around 30 minutes before main meals does in fact allow people to lose more weight than a control group skipped the H2O.


5 Juice Recipes for Depression
September 15, 2015 | MentalHealth | A.Lizstan
Depression is defined a mood disorder that is characterized by frequent, and sometimes persistent, feelings of sadness and loss of interest. It has the power to negatively affect individualís everyday life, how they work, behave, or even eat and sleep. Another consequence of depression is low energy level. It is usually treated through therapy or with the usage of medications. However, you can ease the severity and elevate your mood and energy levels with delicious juices. Consumption of vitamin-rich foods, especially fruits and vegetables, have the ability to boost energy, and with the increased energy, your mood improves as well. Keep reading and find out which juices can beat depression.


The Link Between Obesity and Titanium Dioxide
September 14, 2015 | Nanotechnology | R.Watson
There is a growing body of evidence to indicate that this may just be the case, for it is certainly disturbing a great many of our bodyís processes. Titanium dioxide (TiO2) is food additive found in a significant percentage of processed food products we consume including dairy, cereals, condiments, sauces and many others.


California Just Announced It Will Label Monsanto's Roundup as Cancer Causing
September 14, 2015 | Toxins | C.Bernish
California just dealt Monsanto a blow as the state's Environmental Protection Agency will now list glyphosate -- the toxic main ingredient in the U.S.' best-selling weedkiller, Roundup -- as known to cause cancer.


The Dirtiest Kids Ward Off Allergies and Asthma
September 11, 2015 | ChildHealth | A.McCarthy
The hygiene hypothesis holds that, when babies' exposure to germs is so limited, their immune systems are deprived of the opportunity to learn how to fend off pathogens properly...consequently their immune systems become so sensitive that the babies develop allergies. But the protective effects of friendly microbes seem to depend equally on a person's genetic make-up.


Preparing for the Shortfalls of Canadian Healthcare
September 11, 2015 | Prevention | E.Dahl
Recently, Canadian news sources have examined the potential consequences of a stagnant health care system, combined with an economy in decline and an aging population.†


Onion Juice Promotes Hair Growth
September 10, 2015 | Antioxidants | J.Sutton
Onions have a potent aroma and even more potent health benefits. A member of the Allium family, onions are rich in sulfur, which gives them their signature smell and a majority of their health benefits.


Racketeering Law Being Used to Fight Back Against Marijuana Industry
September 9, 2015 | GovernmentAbuse | Weedy
A group that opposes marijuana dispensaries has found a loophole that allows them to use the RICO act to target dispensaries and any firms associated with them in a long-reaching law that targets racketeering.


How Fast Does Cancer Grow?
September 8, 2015 | Cancer | B.Kim
Over the years, I've found that many people don't seem to realize that the vast majority of malignancies aren't palpable and don't create symptoms for several years, and sometimes decades. This is a critical point to understand, as our choices today are unmistakably what determine our risk for cancer and most chronic diseases in the years ahead - even thirty, forty, fifty years ahead.


Back To School - Giving Kids The Biggest Immunity Boost
September 6, 2015 | ChildHealth | E.Dahl
With fall quickly approaching and kids going back to school, various sniffles and other bugs will start making their way around the classroom. It is good to know that kids do not have to be pumped full of vaccines and antibiotics to stay healthy. Melanie Waxman recently wrote an†article†with several suggestions about keeping kids' immunity high year round.


The Number One Killer and Most Preventable Disease Is Also The Most Expensive Health Condition According To The CDC
September 4, 2015 | Prevention | M.Torres
The number one killer and most preventable disease also happens to be the most expensive health condition according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).


Recipe - The Benefits of Anti-Inflammatory Health Promoting Golden Milk
September 3, 2015 | Antioxidants | K.Foster
Advocated by several schools of native medicine, including Ayurveda, golden milk is one of the best ways to consume turmeric on a daily basis, along with the antioxidant power of ginger and black pepper.


Purple Potatoes Prevent Cancer
September 2, 2015 | Antioxidants | M.Chan
Given the roles of oxidative stress and chronic inflammation as risk factors for cancer, the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory richness of vegetables high in anthocyanin compounds, such as those found in purple potatoes, help in the prevention of certain types of cancer, even after cooking, say researchers.


Contrary To Popular Belief, Adults Can Indeed Grow New Fat Cells
September 1, 2015 | HumanBody | J.Battaglia
Body fat distribution is an important predictor of the metabolic consequences of obesity and scientists have long sought to understand the cellular mechanisms regulating regional fat accumulation. The contention that total number of body fat cells remains constant in adults is now being widely disputed.



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