Flu shots have been under the microscope more recently to determine whether they are effective in preventing or even reducing the occurrences of the flu. In a recent issue of HSI Alert, I noticed an interesting study and review that shed some more light on the subject. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted on March 29th, 2011 in research, weight loss | 1 Comment »
Researchers from Columbia University have found that when you don't get enough sleep, you tend to eat up to 300 calories more a day than a well-rested person. And to make matters worse, when you're tired, the type of foods you reach for most include ice cream, one of the worst foods you can eat, especially at night right before going to bed.
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Posted on September 1st, 2009 in children, disease, germs, raw food diet, research, vaccinations, vaccines, vitamin d | No Comments »
In a confidential letter from British Government officials to neurologists, they are being asked to watch closely for a brain disorder called Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS) that has been linked to the swine flu vaccine shot.
GBS can cause paralysis and the inability to breathe and can be fatal.
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Posted on August 14th, 2009 in cancer, research, sun | 1 Comment »
As the health and cosmetic industries have been 'scaring' us to death by threatening skin cancer from being out in the sun, an abundance of studies have recently concluded that just the opposite is true.
Vitamin D, the best and most natural source being exposure to the sun, has been show to help reduce risks of many cancers by as much as 75% according to the latest study from the UCSD School of Medicine.
And the numbers aren't promising. Over 51% of Americans are deficient in Vitamin D and at higher risk for disease, including breast cancer, colorectal cancer and prostate cancer.
The following videos show the numbers and explain more about optimal levels of Vitamin D. Not surprisingly most reported cancer cases are in the northeast part of the US where sun exposure is lowest on average.
Some of the Vitamin D supplement suggestions aren't recommended since sun exposure is the best all around source. Even the doctors mention that food supplements aren't the best and all have shortcomings.
In addition to sun exposure to increase your vitamin D levels, eating healthy meals and getting adequate exercise are all part of a healthy life to keep disease risks as low as possible.
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To your best health!