Articles Archive

ASPARAGUS: Spear me

This green, white, or purple vegetable come in spears, is packed with nutrition, and is low in calories. There are plenty of reasons to consume this veggie. With only 90 calories in one cup, it’s pretty incredible that this amount also contains 57% of the recommended daily intake (RDI) for Vitamin K and 34% of

What foods have the best nutrients?

First and foremost, plant based foods are more loaded with nutrients than anything else. Putting that in its proper perspective, what the body needs to function without any problem are the nutrients in the raw materials essential to the human body. Those nutrients are called the essential nutrients. The body also needs vitamins. There are

What You Need To Know About Sickle Cell Disease

June 19th was officially designated as World Sickle Cell Awareness Day. The international awareness day is observed annually with the goal to increase public knowledge and an understanding of sickle cell disease, and the challenges experienced by patients and their families and caregivers. Here is some basic information about this complicated condition. What Is Sickle

Be Aware of the Top Cancers For Men

Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States, and men are more likely to get cancer and die from it than women. There is one factor that may well be a contributory factor; men are far more likely to skip routine health screens than women. This makes it easy to miss

Stop riding the hormonal roller coaster

The hormonal roller coasterride, otherwise known as hypoglycemia is probably one of the most widespread disorders in America and the civilized nations today. It is not a disease as such, but rather a symptom that arises from a wide range of hormonal abnormalities and imbalances reflecting the irregular function of many glands and organs. Unfortunately,

How to Prevent a Fatal Case of Undetected Cancer

The American Cancer Society reported that the combined five-year relative survival rate for all cancers has increased since the 1960s, from 39 percent to 70 percent among whites and from 27 percent to 64 percent among blacks. Although advancements in screening and treatments helped improve these numbers, it is important to know that a significant

Say ‘No!’ to the Covid-19 Vax

In early June the mega-corporation, Johnson & Johnson, announced that they are making great progress on their much-anticipated Covid-19 vaccine. Initially, testing wasn’t expected to begin until September, but now the company is expecting to start by mid-July. No doubt this will come as great news to millions of American television watchers who’ve been living

Putting spirtuality and “religion” in its proper perspective

The question of what is the true spiritual path to follow was asked of me years ago. When I voiced my opinion, I did not get any arguments but for many, they had never heard anything like it. It is normally taken by people that religion means a type of faith, but this is not

Hemorrhoids: Uncomfortable bowel movements

Swollen veins near the rectum and anus are called hemorrhoids. The walls of the blood vessels have been stretched so thin that the veins start to bulge, become swollen, and cause irritation. This uncomfortable feeling is especially prevalent when you have a bowel movement. This can cause rectal bleeding. In most cases, hemorrhoids do go

Does AMPK Help with Belly Fat?

Dayna Dye Does AMPK help with belly fat? The short answer: evidence indicates that it may help. For the long answer, read on. The dangers of excess belly fat and other adipose tissue could be reduced by increasing the activity of an enzyme known as AMPK. What is AMPK? AMPK (AMP-activated protein kinase) is an