According to Jess G Thoene MD, professor of pediatrics and biological chemistry at the university of Michigan, rare diseases are not so rare anymore. Is there a common link in why these diseases are becoming so common? Did you know that over 50 years ago five physicians at the Duke University predicted that there would... [Read More »]
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Discover why what you eat is the foundation of better health and how healthy eating can be a lot more fun than you thought!
Everyone knows they need exercise, but you won't believe how far even a little exercise will go in keeping you fit!
Millions are chronically dehydrated, and they're aging quicker and dying younger because of it! Get the facts about H20!
For years the sun has endured a bad reputation -but it is a key ingredient for better health!
Add years to your life by learning to use the good things moderately and avoiding the bad things entirely.
The air you breathe and how well you breathe it has a huge impact on how long you remain a living being!
Considering that sleep is a crucial element in healing, most people are in for a disease-ridden wake-up call.
Nothing you've learned so far will make as much difference in your life as putting your faith in the One who made you.
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Use it; don't eat it.
Read meat is red because it is primarily composed of type II muscle fibres, which require a large amount of oxygen-rich blood. Studies have shown that consuming red meat actually increases the risk of cardiovascular disease and colon cancer.
The digestion process starts before you eat. It begins when you smell something irresistible or when you see a favourite food. The entire process of digestion will continue for the next 29 hours or so.
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