THE "FRIENDLY" BACTERIA Necessary To Health! © By Lena Sanchez
Yes, there is a friendly and necessary bacterium required to
stay health. Let me tell you a true story.
17 years ago, my 2 year-old grandson had been having diarrhea
for weeks and nothing seemed to stop it. The doctor had given
prescriptions and a diet that wasn't touching it. After two
weeks of diarrhea it had became watery and blood tinged making
my grandson one tired and cranky little boy as his system was
unable to absorb ...› Continue reading
Folic Acid Prevents High Blood Pressure in Women
Women who get lots of folic acid from both diet and supplements
have less chance of developing high blood pressure than women
who get very little, according to a study in the Journal of the
American Medical Association (2005;293:320-9) that re-analyzed
data from two previous studies.
Hypertension (HTN) is defined as blood pressure higher than
140/90 mm Hg. HTN affects approximately 65 million people in the
United States, and the prevalence is ...› Continue reading
Like most women I have been on diet after diet, I loose weight I
gain weight and am on this continual rollercoaster road of size
12 to size 16. I deceided that all I really needed was a habbit
change rather than life changing diet.
So who am I, your usualy curvy early thirty something. I love
food especially my baked potatoes, italian pasta dishes and
creamy sauces. I enjoy cooking, eating out and cannot stick to
anything except watching my favouite soap 3 times a week!
Here's how I lost 2 ...› Continue reading
Health is defined by the WHO as 'a state of physical, mental and
social well-being, not merely an absence of diseases or
infirmity'. Flexible adjustment to the changing demands of
environment is health and it is not a state.
Genuine health is the perfect functioning of the tripod of Body,
Mind & Soul.
Holistic healthcare recognizes the effect of sociological,
psychological, economic, ecological and even political
influences on health.
Before 1960, only Allopathic medicine was ...› Continue reading
TITLE: Don't Loose Your Head over Health Care Worries AUTHOR:
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Breast cancer is the second leading cause of death for women,
ages 40-55, and African American women under the age of 45 are
more likely to develop breast cancer than any other group of
women in the US.
Every three minutes a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer;
every 12 minutes a woman dies from breast cancer and every year
over 5000 African American women die from the disease.
Although the cause of breast cancer is still unclear,
researchers have determined that African American women tend ...› Continue reading
As a woman, your body is very complex. Throughout every phase
of your life you will require extra care and nutritional
support. Today's scientific advances support a number of natural
choices for women, like soy. Still, the fact remains that
calcium, folic acid and iron continue to be the most important
nutrients that can impact a woman's total health. All women
should take a daily multiple vitamins with these essential
Calcium is essential to strong healthy bones.
As a woman you ...› Continue reading
The more overweight you are, the more likely you are to have
health problems. Studies show that you can improve your health
by losing as little as 10 to 20 pounds (5-9kg). The longer you
delay taking action, the more damage you may inflict upon your
·Heart Disease, Diabetes, Strokes, Cancer, Depression
·Medications ·Over 100,000 people a year die from properly
Nutrition is necessary, and leads to everything else.
Cellular Nutrition: ·Delivers ...› Continue reading
When you think of hair loss it's natural to assume that it's a
condition that predominantly affects men. Some experts however
suggest that as many as one in four women will experience hair
loss at some time in their lives. So why don't we see and hear
more about it? Perhaps the answer has something to do with one
or more of the following:
- Women are better at disguising hair loss.
- Women's hair loss is generally less extensive in terms of
- Women's hair loss tends to be spread ...› Continue reading
Much has been said and written about modern day hair loss
treatments but this tends to relate almost exclusively to men.
Do these same treatments offer solutions to women suffering from
hair loss or is there a completely different category of
remedies available? It really depends on what is causing hair
loss in the first place and as the most common causes of hair
loss are the same as those that affect men, the treatments
available are pretty similar.
In an earlier article we concluded that the ...› Continue reading