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Poor gut health linked to Parkinson’s disease, says new study

New research is finding that gut health could play a primary role in the onset of Parkinson’s disease. Scientists at California Institute of Technology found a link between gut health and the nervous system disorder. The study examined mice with Parkinson’s disease and found that symptoms were alleviated using treatments to improve gut health....

Book excerpt: How pushing to extremes led an amateur cyclist to ventricular tachycardia

Republished with permission of VeloPress from The Haywire Heart: How too much exercise can kill you, and what you can do to protect your heart, by Chris Case, Dr. John Mandrola, and Lennard Zinn. Learn more about heart conditions in athletes at velopress.com/haywire.Mike Endicott was always interested in endurance sports, even when he was...

Ten Signs Your Liver Needs To Detox

Your liver has a dual role. It is both the main organ for detoxing (which your body is naturally doing all the time) as well as a digestive organ. These days many, many people have over burdened livers that are “speaking” to them and crying out for help! Ten signs your liver is telling you...

Can Fava Beans Help Parkinson’s Disease?

You’re probably heard of fava beans before — whether you’re a movie fan, health nut or just familiar with these types of beans — but have you ever eaten them? Also known as broad beans, fava beans are pretty amazing given the amount of nutrition they contain. In addition to being a lean protein...

The Newest Wearable That Transforms You Into a Morning Person!

Could you use a few extra hours in your day? Pavlok Rise helps you build the perfect morning routine. The newest wearable helps YOU decipher your life - your sleep, your daily habits, your overall well-being. Without restful sleep (and plenty of it!), our lives suffer - though it may take years for it...

Purple Cabbage Juice That Beats Hypertension, Cancer, Removes Toxins & Heals Gut Naturally

If you don’t like to juice green cabbage, try juicing the purple cabbage instead. Purple cabbage has a vibrant beautiful color when juiced and tastes quite sweet, unlike green cabbage which can be a tad more bitter. Cabbage is absolutely loaded with goodness. It contains powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It’s wonderful for heart health,...

Is Soy Really A Superfood?

Superfood soy? Not so fast. Unfortunately many of us have been taught that soy is a health food. But is it?Soy is present in many processed foods in our American diet, used as a protein replacement in vegetarian and vegan diets, and is promoted for health benefits. While it’s widely used, its many adverse...

Vitamin D prevents heart disease

The fact that vitamin D prevents cancer is now so well known that even some conventional physicians are beginning to recommend it. Vitamin D prevents 77% of all cancers, after all. That's as close to a "cure" for cancer as you'll ever get (and it's free, too, since you can make it yourself!).But did you also know that vitamin...

How A Himalayan Salt Lamp Can Boost Your Home

There are few things in life as soothing and relaxing as the warm glow of a campfire, and Himalayan salt lamps offer this same ambiance at home. What is a Himalayan Salt Lamp? Salt lamps or HPS (Himalayan Pink Salt) lamps are essentially large pieces of pure Himalayan Salt with a small bulb inside. They can be...

7 Vitamins to Detox Your Body

1. Iron and Riboflavin Iron and riboflavin are commonly referred to as vitamin B-2 and offer a lot in terms of detox support. Iron helps in supporting your liver breaking down toxins. Riboflavin also helps to improve the liver detox function.Some foods that are high in both iron and riboflavin include meat, fish, lentils, tofu, almonds, and...
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