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How Lack of Sleep Affects the Brain

Ever wondered why you have brain fog especially after a night of bad sleep? By common sense they should be related. But now the scientist are devising cognitive tests to put this notion to bed (pun intended). The article below (posted here verbatim) by BBC News Medical Correspondent about an online world-wide cognitive tests that Western University in Ontario, Canada is conducting. This is the world's largest test of its kind and yes, you and I may participate in it. Read on....

Top 10 Natural Remedies For Disaster Relief

So, the question  I ask myself at a time like this is - Am I prepared for the disaster that could unfold for me and my family? How about you? Are you prepared? Do you have a small essential list of items that you keep at hand just for an occasion such as this? Even when there is no imminent danger at hand, one should have an emergency first-aid kit ready and handy. I would like to offer below a brief and condensed list of items that we personal have at hand at all times that can become life-safer when it is needed:

Arsenics in Rice, Mushrooms, and Wine

Here is a video by Dr. Greger of NutritionFacts.org to further substantiate existence of Arsenic heavy metal in our regular daily food and drinks such as rice, mushrooms, and wine.

Untold Causes of Hypertension

Here is a video that you may find interesting regarding high blood pressure. The points Dr. Wright making here are not generally discussed by medical doctors but they may be highly relevant to your heart health and particularly high blood pressure condition. You don't have to take my words for it. Watch this video (16 minutes) and see for yourself.

In Defense of Coconut Oil: Rebuttal to USA Today

Found an insightful and well researched article on the recent Coconut Oil controversy introduced by FDA and other health organizations. The media frenzy has ensued since that publication including the USA Today. I enjoy reading both sides of discussion and look for the evidence based analysis and conclusions drawn based on the inductive logic (versus the deductive method).

Amazon Plans to Buy Whole Foods: What Does This Mean for the Future of Food?

By now, most of us have heard the big news in the organic food business - Amazon.com plans to buy Whole Foods before 2017 is over. I have read many blogs, news updates, and commentaries from all different persuasions. The blog listed below is the only one that I feel is the most factual, fair, and worth republishing on my site.

Are Diet Drinks Better Than Regular Soda?

Summer is upon us with vengeance. The heat (and the humidity) is almost intolerable. That soft drink in the fridge by the checkout counter of any store is just the right thing to quench that miserable feeling. But do you choose the regular or diet soda? What's the difference? The following article by www.fooducate.com compares the contents of the Pepsi Next diet drink against its regular soda cousins. Warning - the truth may sting a little!

Bone Broth For Joint Inflammations

Scientists at Harvard studied the effects of UC-II® (undenatured form of Collagen Type-II) on human patients with rheumatoid arthritis, long established as an autoimmune disorder. In a randomized, double-blind trial of 60 patients, type II chicken collagen produced a significant decrease in the number of swollen and painful joints within 3 months, compared to the placebo group. In fact, 14% of patients achieved complete remission. No side effects were found

The Role of Mucus in Digestion

Mucus plays a hugely important role in digestion, in addition to helping establish the overall health of other areas of your body. In this article we’ll focus just on how mucus helps in mechanical digestion, and why you need to make sure that your body has a suitable amount.

Are Adults over 50 Able to Absorb B-12?

As you age, your body can become less capable of absorbing adequate amounts of some nutrients, including vitamin B-12. Studies indicate that about 40% of the U.S. population suffers from some sort of Vitamin B-12 deficiency, either because they are not eating the types of foods that provide B-12 or because they are unable to absorb enough of the vitamin through their intestines.