Posts categorized with: Natural Healing

December 16, 2017

Is is a cold or the flu?

‘Tis the season for runny noses, itchy eyes, fever, and headaches. You have the flu…or is it a cold? It can be confusing. The bulletin linked below from Prevention Magazine can help you differentiate. The flu hits you quickly and dramatically. You will often run a fever above 101F; it is accompanied by body aches […]

October 31, 2017

MATURING SKIN

Usually, at about the age of 50, we experience some significant changes in the character of our skin. Bruising occurs, usually on our hands and forearms, but many times on our feet, ankles and our calves. Our face and neck begin to lose volume as well. It is called aging. There are some things you […]

Natural tea tree essential oil has been a legend for over 70 years. It is a natural essential oil, which has a plethora of applications in a natural environment. It has been used as a traditional medicine for many years. The incredible numbers of applications of tea tree oil are truly amazing. In the days […]

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“Many studies have looked at the effect of vitamin and mineral supplements on disease, but the evidence has never been convincing.  So most experts have hedged on whether to recommend multivitamins for everyone.” https://hms.harvard.edu/…/Longwood_Sem…/Nutrition_3_5_13.pdf “During the past 2 decades, a steady stream of high-quality studies evaluating dietary supplements has yielded predominantly disappointing results about potential […]

October 19, 2016

Doing Your Flu Shot Homework

This is a popular opinion!  What are your thoughts? There are lots of dependable sources to support never getting a flu shot.  The decision was easy for me because my dad had Guillain-Barré seventeen years ago; one of the top four triggers for GB is the flu shot (which he had just before the onset […]

In an article by Ty Bollinger from Truth About Cancer you will learn: Coffee is one of the most popular drinks on the planet. While often used as a stimulate to wake people up (or keep them awake), there are actually health benefits to coffee. A 2008 study led by the Harvard School of Public Health […]

June 7, 2016

Is Tea Good for You?

While coffee remains the most popular hot drink in North America, this article suggests 10 reasons why tea should be considered more often by many of us. The hydration and antioxidant qualities of tea can help prevent heart disease and stroke, guard against cancer and even give you a brighter smile. So the next time you […]

From an article at mercola.com entitled The Link Between Obesity and Cancer –  these main topics to encourage cutting back on sugar are discussed: Processed Food Drives Obesity and Cancer Epidemics Studies Showing Obesity-Cancer Link Your Body Has Limited Ability to Process Sugar Understanding the Sugar-Cancer Connection So how do we cut back?  Dr.Mercola gives an exellent, […]

In Sinus challenges! (Part One) – I left you without saying what really changed my runny nose.  The things I did mention (more antioxidant, enough sleep, no sugar and white flour), I think were instrumental in my not dealing with any pollen allergies this Spring, but there are two more really important additions I wanted to […]

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