MSR – Dr. Charles Crutchfield III MD The following is an MSR interview with Dr. Charles Crutchfield (CC) on acne, a topic of interest to many of our readers.
Alternative Health, Good to Know Parsley for Bladder Infections, Osteoporosis, Digestive Problems, and Healthy Menstruation
EPOCH TIMES – Conan Milner In many restaurants, parsley functions more as a decoration than food but is often the most nutritious item on the plate. The herb is a rich source of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, and is a time-honored folk remedy.
Huffington Post – Erin Schumaker After six years of living with psoriasis, a chronic skin condition, Kim Kardashian West said she’s done hiding her skin patches.
HEALTH AIM – Eva Magno Health benefits from honey may often go unnoticed and neglected. However, what people don’t know is that they’re actually very good not just as sweeteners but for the skin, hair, as well as the body.
The Daily Meal – Michael Serrur Here’s what you haven’t heard about white garlic’s healthier cousin
BBC – An enzyme produced by fermenting a vegetable common in Japanese cuisine may be responsible for increasing the amount of at least one beneficial bacterium associated with healthy colons in a study using rats. The results of this prebiotic research study will be presented at the International Conference on Nutraceuticals and Nutrition Supplements in July 2016 by Norihisa Kato, Ph.D., and at the International Nutrition and Diagnostic Conference in October 2016 by doctoral student Yongshou Yang, both from Hiroshima University.
Duluth New Tribune - Bonnie Brost Magnesium is important for our health, yet more than half of Americans don’t get enough in their diets. The mineral is involved in more than 300 functions in our bodies. Not getting enough magnesium can result in abnormal heart rhythm, poor blood sugar control, fragile bones, muscle spasms or cramps, seizures, weakness and nausea.
Collective-evolution.com – The human body is a complex and miraculous thing, and would not exist without continual cell turnover. When we are sick, however, regenerative processes are replaced by degenerative processes, making medicine the go-to choice for balancing our body back.
EurekAlert! – A research from I.R.C.C.S. Neuromed in Pozzilli, Italy, shows that, unlike popular beliefs, pasta consumption does not contribute to obesity; on the contrary: it is associated with a decrease in body mass index.
health24.com – The calories we consume at work do count, as does the quality of the nutrients in the types of food we choose.
Health Tips On the Go!
How to Relieve Tired Eyes
1.Wash face with cold water to reduce inflammation
2.Apply a warm, wet compress to relax eye muscles
3.Use eye drops to refresh dry eyes
4.Keep computer screens 20-26 inches away from eyes
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