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10 Common Diseases: How to Treat and even Prevent with Alkaline Water!

25th May 2008
The Japanese claim that one of the underlying causes of adult diseases is the accumulation of acids in our body. In order for a treatment to be effective it must remove these excess acids from the system, otherwise the treatment will only offer a tempor... Read >
Author: Living Water

Melatonin, Sleep Enhancement, and ADHD

25th January 2008
Melatonin is the hormone that regulates sleep. Produced by the Pineal Gland, this hormone controls the body's circadian rhythm, the internal clock that tells us when to fall asleep and when to wake up.Melatonin is also a very powerful antioxidant. In one ... Read >
Author: Anthony Kane, MD

Shocking Statistics For Elderly Diseases

24th January 2008
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has come out with their 2007 "State of Aging and Health in America" report and the results are not good, even though they try to put a positive spin on their results. Elderly diseases and chronic diseases are largely p... Read >
Author: GiGi Konwin

Soften Your Hardened Arteries with Chelation

18th January 2008
Over half of all deaths worldwide are caused by some form of cardiovascular illness. The World Health Organization reports that as many as 12 million people a year die of heart disease, making it the number one killer in the world today. Cardiovascular... Read >
Author: vincent platania

Rheumatic Heart Disease Can be Treated

22nd August 2007
Rheumatic heart disease, also known as rheumatic fever, occurs when a strep throat infection is left untreated and subsequently migrates to the joints and heart, thus causing fever, muscle aches, and possible permanent heart valve damage. Just as "rheumat... Read >
Author: Paul Schaverien

HEART ATTACK AND DRINKING WATER

14th March 2007
Heart Attack and drinking warm water.... Not only about the warm water after your meal, but about heart attacks. This makes sense.. the Chinese and Japanese drink hot tea with their meals...not cold water...maybe it is time we adopt their drinking h... Read >
Author: Fatima Jiwani

Getting through the Menopause the Natural Way

20th February 2007
Any woman over forty years old knows that the menopause is coming sometime in the near future. There has been a lot of publicity about HRT and how, through taking this hormonal replacement, all your worries are over. The facts, however, are not as cle... Read >
Author: daphne nancholas

Depression: A Social Disease

12th January 2007
Clinical depression can be thought of as in part a social illness.Any serious illness affects more than the sick person.If you have, for example, heart disease,then withdrawal of your self from the social world(work, family life, friends and relatives) is... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Why I am not afraid to die.

11th January 2007
My father recently had a heart attack. I've known for a long timethat this might happen, because every man in my family has had aheart attack in his mid fifties. But because of my father's healthylifestyle I thought he might dodge that bullet. Apparently,... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Can Stress Be Measured?

19th October 2006
Stress no doubt has been identified as a risk factor of heart disease, yet most of us will think that stress is something that cannot be seen or measured although some symptoms such as difficulty of falling in sleep, headache, bad temper, etc. can more or... Read >
Author: Ng Peng Hock

The Truth About Salt

19th September 2006
Salt is an essential nutrient for everyone and is vital to attaining optimum health, so why has the media and the mainstream regarded it as the devil of the dinner table for so long? Our cells all contain salt. We sweat salt. Our tears contain salt. Ou... Read >
Author: Jimmy Patterson

Carb Cycling:The Smart Alternative To Low Carb Diets

08th August 2006
Remember when you were a teenager and had plenty of energy? You could probably eat anything you wanted without gaining weight. That's because your body was producing high levels of anabolic hormones, including human growth hormones, sex hormones, and DH... Read >
Author: Robin malkov

Did Linus Pauling Invent a Cure for Angina & Heart Disease?

11th May 2006
Did Linus Pauling Invent a Cure for Angina & Heart Disease?In 1990 Dr. Linus Pauling was awarded a patent for histherapy that, he claimed, could prevent and cureatherosclerosis by using oral or intravenous dosages ofvitamin C, other antioxidant vitamins, ... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

PCOS and Fertility - A Low Carb Diet May Help

25th April 2006
PCOS is a condition that has a strong impact on a woman's fertility, and affects between 5% to 10% of women of child bearing age. Because a woman's body doesn't produce enough eggs when she suffers from PCOS, it can cause infertility and contribute to dif... Read >
Author: Rebecca Prescott

How To Use Grapefruit to Lower High Blood Pressure

15th March 2006
Heart disease is the number one killer of women. If you are a women, and even if your not, here is what you need to start doing. The food you eat is critical in determining if you will have high blood pressure and if you can lower it. Eating less meat ... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva
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