Acid Alkaline Balance Demystified

By |May 7th, 2015|Health, Holistic Cures, Nutrition, Therapeutic|

Why We Get Disease According To The Acid-Alkaline Balance. There is a very popular theory that most chronic diseases are caused by a build of excess acid in the body over time. The concept of acid alkaline imbalance as the cause of disease is not new. In 1933 a New York doctor named William Howard [...]

3 Healthy Alternatives To Soda

By |May 5th, 2015|Health, Life Style, Natural Health Recipes, Nutrition|

We should all know by now the health risks associated with soda due to its highly acid forming recipe of sugar, carbonated water and additives like salt and phosphorous. But a recent Gallup poll reveals that 48 percent of surveyed Americans  - nearly half! still drink soda on a daily basis. What's more, among those who [...]

Traditional Indian Ayurvedic Medicine

By |May 4th, 2015|Holistic Cures, Nutrition|

Ayurvedic Herbal Remedies Also known just as Ayurveda, Ayurvedic medicine is one of the worlds oldest tradition of holistic treatment methods which are now coming to the forefront after India has given it's gifts to the world following the beginning of trade between it and Europe. Developed many thousands of years ago, back into the [...]

What Happens One Hour After Drinking A Can Of Coke

By |May 3rd, 2015|Health, Life Style, Nutrition|

Something that I noticed when working as a pharmacist was why people would still gain weight even though they were following a strict low fat diet recommended to them by their doctor. This made me question whether it is really the 'fat' that causes us to gain unhealthy weight. After seeing so many people suffering [...]

Colostrum – Is This A Forgotten Miracle Healing Food?

By |May 1st, 2015|Health, Holistic Cures, Nutrition|

Colostrum - Is This A Forgotten Miracle Healing Food? aHR0cHM6Ly95b3V0dS5iZS9FdUZzLXVqM3NRbw== For a long time I wondered exactly why the Hindu’s consider the cow so holy. In many parts of India they actually have more rights that humans, you can actually be hung for killing a cow! As I have a keen interest in India, [...]

10 Amazing Reasons To Incorporate Onions Into Your Diet!

By |January 15th, 2015|Nutrition|

Onions may or may not be the first thing you think of when looking for healthy snacks, but they're greatly beneficial to your diet. Below is a list of 10 health-promoting effects of onions that make the case of why they should be included in your daily diet. 1. Chromium Onions contain Chromium, which controls glucose [...]

Demystifying ‘Healthy Kids’ Snacks’

By |January 15th, 2015|Health, Nutrition|

You thought you would buy your children a healthy 'organic' alternative to the very unhealthy snacks that stores sell nowadays, but actually you were only buying a bunch of lies. Companies advertise 'organic' ingredients in their 'healthy' snacks because, obviously, consumers respond to their snacks and buy them, accepting their nutritional content at face value. [...]

6 Healthy Benefits of Flaxseed

By |January 15th, 2015|Health, Nutrition|

Flaxseeds are a superfood, rich in micronutrients, fiber, lignans (antioxidant qualities), vitamin B1, manganese, and omega-3 fatty acids. Incorporating them into your diet can provide a healthy source of these nutritional requirements, and help lower the risk of diabetes, cancer, and heart disease. They are among the oldest fiber crops in the world, having been cultivated [...]

Mediterranean Diet Linked To Longer Lifespan!

By |January 13th, 2015|Health, Life Style, Nutrition|

Studies show that a Mediterranean diet can increase your lifespan. According to a study by Harvard Medical School associate professor Immaculata De Vivo, a Mediterranean diet, rich in fish, olive oil, urefined grains, beans, peas, vegetables, fruits, and nuts, topped off with a glass or two of red wine can be an easy [...]

Kaniwa The New Superfood Taking Healthy Cooking By Storm

By |January 10th, 2015|Health, Life Style, Natural Health Recipes, Nutrition|

With Quinoa rapidly gaining notoriety among health fooders, it's time we looked at Quinoa's cousin, a 'superfood' grain native to the Andes region of South America. Coming from the same region as Quinoa (native to Peru & Bolivia), Kaniwa is smaller than it's cousin, slightly darker, and more sweet. Sold as a whole grain, Kaniwa [...]