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Your diet truly affects your health

One of the basic concepts of natural therapy can be expressed in that old saying, “You are what you eat”. To a large extent, our diet has determined the diseases we suffer from.  Over the past 100 to 150 years our basic diet has changed drastically. We have gone from fresh, wholesome, unrefined, unsprayed food

Exploring the sustainability of global nutrition at current population growth

One of the glaring problems in today’s world is that we’re trying to feed too many people with finite resources. The growth of the human population is greater than the ability to produce food… or is it? There is a huge disparity between the richest and poorest people in the world, so much so that

Insulin Resistance – an unhappy pancreas

Did you know you could be insulin resistant for years and not even know it? There are not any real noticeable signs that would cause you to think you’re insulin resistant. In fact, many people arise at this diagnosis through the process of elimination because something just isn’t right with their body. What is important

Bed Rest or Exercise? How Exercising Can Help Fight Cancer

Rest and recovery are almost always treated synonymously. Many cancer patients choose to spend their days in bed in the hope of fast recovery. The rationale is the more rest cancer patients get, the more energy they will preserve. Hence, they will have more strength for their next rounds of treatment. Generally, this presumption is

If you trust the mainstream media you need to buy a brain

When we are talking about the media, it comes down to this question: do they create the consciousness of the people or is the consciousness of the people merely being reflected by the media? The fact is that practically everyone watches TV and reads the newspapers; therefore, the media is in a position to influence.

Chocolate – consider the type before you take a bite

Oh, who doesn’t like chocolate? Any excuse to eat some and then have a little more seems to make reasonable sense. Any occasion will do for chocolate consumption in some form or another. Luckily, there actually have been proven health benefits to eating chocolate. These include lowering cholesterol, reducing the risk for diabetes, boosting brain

Is “christmas” Christian?

Thinking of “christmas” brings up a lot of memories of eating, drinking, and numerous pleasures, yet to be quite honest, not a single remembrance of these traditional indulgences has to do with the birth of the Savior of the World.  The reason is very simple, because “christmas” is not about the True Christ, and never has been. 

Veganism and Cancer: What Vegan Diet Does to the Body

Cancer treatment, such as surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy, can weaken the body. Hence, people with cancer must follow a diet that can boost their immune system, give them energy, and be overall healthy. To date, what constitutes a proper diet for cancer patients remains to be a topic that demands further research from medical

What Big pHARMa and the Meds don’t want you to know

Today we know more about vitamins, minerals and nutrition in general then ever before, but at the same time there are various elements of the media and medical community that want to keep everyone in the dark about the true role and power that a proper, clean diet and effective supplementation play in our health

Vegetarian vs Vegan: A meatless comparison

Food is such a prevalent part of our life which can affect our mood, time, body shape, and overall health. The choices are endless when it comes to what we put in our mouths, and for some that decision leaves meat out of the picture. People might make their plate based on religion, their health status, or as part of