Will anything change now that cutting-edge techniques have provided support for the conclusions of Andrew Wakefield's controversial 1998 Lancet case series?
Most of us enjoy a cup of tea or coffee at some stage in the day, benefiting from increased concentration, focus and improved coordination. But many of us are drinking far more caffeine than does us good.
It's a subject that we don't like to talk about much, but for many women, it crops up regularly. Monthly in fact.
Silver Island Yoga has the honour of announcing the opening of their 2013 season by the internationally renowned Yoga Elder, David Sye. David's Yogabeats retreat experience will be held from the 21 -27 of April. This is going to be a mind blowing feast for the senses.
Weary of expensive dental work? Try a few simple home treatments that help strengthen teeth and gums naturally. With the application of specific dietary and herbal recommendations, loose and decaying teeth are fortified and healed. By practicing purposeful oral hygiene with a few basic ingredients, worrisome dental problems can be economically resolved.
By T Stokes - The big news in alternative circles as 2013 began was that substantially higher levels of Fluoride would be added to drinking tap water. The claim is that Fluoride helps prevent tooth decay.
Written By: Vic Shayne, Ph.D. Several years ago I spoke with a food scientist at one of the major organic cereal companies. He told me what I already suspected — boxed breakfast cereals, even if "healthier" are just dead foods. He said that they are cooked, baked and fried — to death — until there is no nutritional value.
Charles M. Schulz once said, “All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt”. And with Easter just around the corner, I couldn’t agree more! Unfortunately, for most of us, Easter is usually followed by a diet. You might think that this is no bad thing – after all, who couldn’t do with losing a few pounds here and there? Maybe so, but when the diet in question puts your health at risk or necessitates a second mortgage, yet still has a questionable success rate, then I believe it’s best avoided.
Written By: Dr. Mark Sircus The U.S. Department of Agriculture says that about 60% of adults in the United States do not consume the estimated average requirement for magnesium. What they don't tell us is that this 60% is based on minimum daily estimates set by the Department of Agriculture are set terribly low, so actually the number is much higher.