Saturday, November 25, 2017
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Do you feel guilty because you feel like you don’t have the time or discipline to “get your body moving?” You have heard that exercise helps so many things!  But why bother if you can’t stay consistent?  Well, many experts believe even some exercise is better than none at all.   It doesn’t have to take an hour or 3 hours for you to get the benefits of exercise. Studies show less than half an hour, even 20 minutes can make all the difference. Here is what exercise can do for you: Increase oxygen to the cells Help to eliminate the lymphatic fluid (waste) in... (Read More ...)

Could Be One Reason For Early Menopause In the largest study ever done on the effects of perfluorocarbons (PFCs) on womens hormone systems, West Virginia University researchers found in blood tests that higher levels of these man-made chemicals are associated with early menopausal symptoms in females aged 42 to 64. Premature menopause has been linked to a variety of health problems, including cardiovascular disease. Researchers collected data from 25,957 women, measuring serum concentration levels of PFCs and the female hormone estradiol, and reported a definite association between... (Read More ...)

The Truth About Fat It is such a shame that as a society we are now so scared of the actual word – FAT! This applies to those who are going through peri-menopause or menopause.  We all know someone who put on the pounds at that time in her life. Hopefully this information will help take away the fear around the myth that when you start to approach menopause, you are going to gain weight. We consume fat-free, low fat, nonfat and imitation this and that.  It is no wonder we have so many diseases in our country and not just elder people, people of all ages are affected. Many diseases today... (Read More ...)

The Reasons To Get Off Soda   Because of Diet Dynamo, soda is known to be one of the unhealthiest beverages you can drink. But if you believe that drinking sugar-free diet soda is better, here’s something for you to think about: a recent study presented at an American Diabetes Association meeting revealed that people who drank two or more diet sodas a day had a 500 percent greater increase in waist size! Researchers at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio followed 474 diet soda drinkers for almost a decade and found that their waistlines expanded by 70 percent compared... (Read More ...)

Are You Eating Pesticides? Canola Oil and Soybean Oil Used as Key Ingredients in Pesticide Products (NaturalNews)  In a shocking new video – (the link above), Mike Adams (the Health Ranger) reveals that common cooking oils such as canola oil and soybean oil are used as key active ingredients in pesticide products because they work so effectively to kill bugs. The video shows how one pesticide product that kills insects is made with 96% canola oil and is so dangerous that the label says, “Hazards to humans and domestic animals.” The label of the product, made almost entirely with... (Read More ...)

When Was The Last Time You Looked At Ingredients On Your Toothpaste or Detergent? Do you have a rash, a consistent sneeze, or runny nose that won’t seem to go away? Did you ever stop to think it could be caused by something toxic in your home, office or car? We are exposed to so many toxic substances on a daily basis and we don’t even think about it. It has become our “way of life.” Usually, it is not until something happens to our health or a loved one’s health, that we will be forced to look around at some of the chemicals we come in contact with. It isn’t... (Read More ...)

Dr Mercola Has Been Teaching These Benefits of Coconut Oil For 15 Years Double-Blind Clinical Trial Puts Coconut- versus Soybean Oil to the Test  In the featured 12-week long study, researchers evaluated the effects of coconut oil and soybean oil on the biochemical profiles and waist circumference on 40 obese women, aged 20-40. Belly fat, known as visceral fat, is the type of fat linked to heart disease, diabetes and stroke, among many other chronic diseases. Divided into two groups of 20 participants each, the women received a daily supplement of 30ml (about two tablespoons) of either soybean... (Read More ...)

Food Matters asked seven experts a simple question: “What foods do you avoid?” Here are some of their eye-opening responses: Canned Tomatoes An endocrinologist won’t go near canned tomatoes — the cans are lined with a resin containing BPA, and tomatoes are especially dangerous because their acid breaks the BPA down in dangerous amounts. Conventional Beef Conventional cattle are fed grain, corn and soy to make them fat, even though studies show that grass-fed beef is higher in important vitamins, minerals and heart-healthy, anti-inflammatory fats. Microwave Popcorn Perfluorooctanoic... (Read More ...)

If You Don’t Read Labels, Maybe Now is the Time to Start (NaturalNews) “Should the FDA be so permissive with chemicals in food, suspect or not, that amount to little more than marketing?” asks The Daily Green (http://www.thedailygreen.com/health…). This question is particularly pertinent considering that colorings have not always proven to be harmless. Citrus Red 2, Red 3, Red 40, Yellow 5, Yellow 6, Blue 1, Blue 2 and Green 3, –which include some of the most commonly used artificial food colorings–have all been identified as being, or being contaminated with,... (Read More ...)

How Do Foods That Advertise Low-Fat, Lite or Non-Fat Benefit You? Why should you avoid the food terms “lite” or “low-fat” in what you buy and eat?  Forty years ago, there was a campaign started to produce non-fat and low-fat versions of the traditional foods we eat.  And people think it means they can eat as much of this type of food as they desire to eat, after all, the fat has been reduced! Why should anyone gain weight if they eat this way?  I thought the same way years ago, until I did my own research. By Reducing The Amount Of Fat In A Product, How Does That Make... (Read More ...)