Author Archives: Lori Alton, staff writer

Prevent cancer and lower blood sugar with bitter melon

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(NaturalHealth365) Once again, as Western medicine remains baffled by how to effectively eliminate the threat of diseases like cancer and diabetes, we see the power of healing foods like, bitter melon to provide relief. (keep reading to learn more) Pancreatic cancer is the third leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States, and the American Cancer Society reports that ... Read More »

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Discover how bergamot protects your heart, lowers blood sugar and reduces anxiety

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(NaturalHealth365)  Can bergamot (a fruit from Italy) eliminate the need for cholesterol-lowering statin drugs, such as Lipitor and Zocor?  Keep in mind, these cholesterol medications are dangerous. For example, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) now requires statin drugs to carry labels warning of their association with type 2 diabetes, confusion, memory loss, and muscle pain. In addition, these toxic ... Read More »

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GMO non-browning apples to be sold in the United States – despite public outcry

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(NaturalHealth365) As of February 10, GMO apples are due to hit store shelves in the United States – with a deliberately non-informative label. The move is not so much a commercial roll-out as a cautious trial balloon – the “non-browning” Artic apple, developed by Canadian company Okanagan Specialty Fruits, will be offered in only 10 selected, unnamed stores across the ... Read More »

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Amyloid plaque exposed: The true story behind Alzheimer’s disease

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(NaturalHealth365) Today, we reveal the true nature of amyloid plaque and its connection to Alzheimer’s disease.  It is estimated that as many as 5.1 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease – with millions more suffering from some form of dementia or cognitive impairment. With so many losing their memories, and their minds, to this cruel and insidious disease, researchers ... Read More »

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Lifespan-extending compound discovered in blueberries

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(NaturalHealth365) As new research emerges on the surprising benefits of blueberries, physicians and natural healers alike are beginning to recommend consuming them as a natural way of slowing age-related decline. But recent studies have shown that this familiar, tasty little berry has more to offer than its healthful compounds – which include such powerful antioxidants as quercetin and anthocyanins. A ... Read More »

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Low level Roundup residues in food linked to serious liver disease

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(NaturalHealth365) Natural health experts have long warned of the dangers of glyphosate, the herbicide found in Roundup weed killer. Listed as a “probable human carcinogen” by the World Health Organization, glyphosate has been linked with autism, ADHD, birth defects and cancer – among other devastating effects. Now, recent research has yielded a bombshell finding – a shocking connection between glyphosate ... Read More »

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Reduce excess blood sugar levels with these common herbs and spices

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(NaturalHealth365) Don’t ignore high blood sugar levels.  According to the CDC, diabetes has reached epidemic proportions in the United States. Over 29 million Americans have the disease, while another 86 million live with prediabetes, a serious condition that can lead to full-blown diabetes. Although modern medicine has a wide array of pharmaceutical drugs to manage diabetes, their dangerous side effects ... Read More »

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Dramatically reduce the risk of dementia with these 13 foods

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(NaturalHealth365) Normal aging – something we all undergo – causes cognitive impairments that can ultimately progress to Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia.  In fact, by the time the average American reaches the age of 85, his or her risk of developing the condition stands at a disturbing 45 percent. Emerging research shows that unhealthy diets and nutrient deficiencies are ... Read More »

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Radiation protection: 7 foods and nutrients that help you avoid damage

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(NaturalHealth365) Increasingly, our bodies are under siege from radiation from various sources, including medical testing, wireless devices, radon in and around our homes, radiation ‘therapy,’ nuclear energy waste and weapons testing. In addition, small amounts of radiation from the crippled Japanese reactors in Fukushima are being detected in the United States. While the federal government insists there is no danger, ... Read More »

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CRP: An inflammatory marker that predicts heart disease and cancer risk

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(NaturalHealth365) C-reactive protein, or CRP, is a biological marker that doctors have long used to evaluate the amount of inflammation present in the body. But CRP is more than just a measurement of disease. Researchers have found that levels can be used to predict not only the prognosis and likely survival outcomes of such conditions as cancer and heart disease, ... Read More »

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Magnesium is an important nutrient for preventing Alzheimer’s disease

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(NaturalHealth365) According to the CDC, more than 16 million older Americans suffer from cognitive impairment – a condition that is gradually stealing their memories and interfering with daily functioning. And the problem – which many experts say has reached “epidemic” levels – is expected to worsen exponentially as a generation of “baby boomers” approach their senior years with ever-increasing exposure ... Read More »

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Missouri’s largest peach grower sues Monsanto for damages over pesticide drift

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(NaturalHealth365) Finally, someone has stepped forward to hold Monsanto – the most hated corporation in the world – legally responsible for the crop devastation caused by drifting of its toxic herbicide. A Missouri peach grower has filed a lawsuit against Monsanto, claiming that illegal use of the herbicide dicamba caused extensive damage to his peach trees – along with millions ... Read More »

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