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November 8, 2018

Antibiotic Resistance

Take A Holistic Approach to Antibiotic Resistance When it comes to our health, there are two schools of thought: the Germ Theory and the Terrain Theory. Understanding the differences is critical, particularly because it involves the use of antibiotics, which should be used sparingly and for the right reasons. So let’s examine this often confusing ...

October 7, 2016

Boost Breast Health with these Bust Musts

From the bare-breasted days of the cave woman, through the Renaissance and into the era of blonde bombshells, a woman’s bosom has been an icon representing both sexual prowess and vitality. But the breasts are also vulnerable. One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer and, each year, about 40,000 women die from ...

September 17, 2016

Roasted Fig and Goat Cheese Recipe with Video!

The Fig: Sweet. Succulent. Sensual. One of the “Seven Spices of Israel” and referenced in many religious texts as a sacred fruit, the fig (Angeer), is rich in nutrition and history. For centuries, figs have been referenced in mythology and traditional medicine as a powerful sexual supplement. While they have yet to be adequately studied ...

September 3, 2016

Food & You: The Body-Mind Connection

Did You Know? The human brain consumes the largest portion of the total energy that is generated in the human body – up to 20%! There’s no doubt about it: what we eat, and how much we eat, has a direct impact on our physical health. But did you know that those same choices also ...

February 9, 2016

Secrets to a Healthy Heart

Long before the ancient Greek surgeon, Galen, carried out meticulous dissections of the heart, the Egyptians wrote about health and disease in relation to how the heart “speaks in vessels” with the rest of the body. Today, physicians may not associate the heart with the soul (or soul mates), but many credit early Egyptian medical ...

December 15, 2015

Calcium Essential for Strong Bones, Sound Sleep

Did you know that Calcium, the most abundant mineral in the human body, is not only essential for strong bones, it also supports healthy functioning of the cardiovascular, musculoskeletal, and nervous systems? Research shows a relationship between Calcium intake and risk for heart disease, colorectal cancer, kidney stones, PMS, and managing a healthy weight. When ...

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