Category Archives: Nutrition for Health
Nine out of ten Americans suffer from headaches. Some have them occassionally, some are frequent – even occurring daily. Headaches are debilitating. They can cause a loss of concentration, throbbing, pounding, nausea, moodiness, inability to work, and a diminishment in … Continue reading
Carolyn Rosenblatt of Forbes magazine posted the following article on maintaining brain matter. Basically, if you exercise, you get to keep your brain. If you don’t like exercise, it shrivels as we age, just like dried fruit. Click on the … Continue reading
Great link on health and wellness. Fit or FAT?
This is a great article from our friends at Forbes called Pharma Be Aware: The Next Killers. The next killers are diseases that, in the opinion of the author, are not getting enough attention on the world stage. For instance, … Continue reading
Soy products are becoming more common everyday. Their popularity is mostly due to their properties as a low fat protein and also some evidence of a decrease in some cancers with a diet rich in soy. Soy is found in … Continue reading
70% of people undergoing lap band surgery experience side effects. 40% of weight loss surgeries account for serious complications including black-outs, malnutrition, infection, kidney stones, bowel and gallbladder problems, liver failure, and, again, an increased risk of death. I have … Continue reading