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Bee pollen boosts energy and improves circulation

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(NaturalHealth365) There’s good reason the phrases “worker bee” and “busy bee” were coined. As some of nature’s hardest working insects, the humble honey bee pollinates about one-third of the world’s food supply. But, that’s not all these valuable creatures contribute to our health and well-being. Honey bees make pollen to nourish young bees. However, pollen is also one of nature’s ... Read More »

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Antibiotic resistant bacteria get wiped out by Manuka honey

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(NaturalHealth365) The steadily worsening problem of antibiotic-resistant pathogens – cause for grave concern in the medical community – has researchers working overtime to discover solutions. But recent studies raise hope that raw honey may hold the key to combating MRSA and other drug-resistant strains. In a test tube study conducted at Cardiff Metropolitan University and published in 2012 in Microbiology, ... Read More »

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Vegetarian diets lead to cleaner environment, longer lives

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(NaturalHealth365) With our biosphere and our bodies under attack from a virtual barrage of pollutants – including heavy metals, EMF pollution, toxic pesticides, and GMOs – the philosophy of “going green” – choosing to act in environmentally responsible ways – truly seems the only sane reaction. Although going green sometimes may feel like a futile response – a case of ... Read More »

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Polyunsaturated fatty acids promote cancer growth

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(NaturalHealth365) There is an enormous amount of scientific data documenting the connection between polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) and the development of cancer plus many other degenerative diseases. Promoting the consumption of vegetable oils, loaded with PUFAs, as part of a healthy diet is not only unscientific – it’s dangerously unethical. Animal studies clearly indicate that excess intake of polyunsaturated vegetable ... Read More »

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Invisible toxins in food can damage your health

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(NaturalHealth365) You can’t see, smell or taste them – but over the last few years silver nanoparticles have been added to our food supply (and medications) at an alarming rate. Like me, I’m sure you’re wondering why would food producers – and the pharmaceutical industry – place silver in their products? Consuming silver nanoparticles is a bad idea. These particles ... Read More »

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Gluten-free diet helps clear up celiac disease

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(NaturalHealth365) Are you having trouble with concentration? Does your brain feel clouded and confused? Or, maybe, you just feel like you’re losing your mental clarity and creativity. This frustrating collection of symptoms – medically known as cognitive impairment and informally known as “brain fog” – is unfortunately very familiar to many individuals with celiac disease, an autoimmune digestive disorder that ... Read More »

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Misleading labels on soda mask true amounts of fructose

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(NaturalHealth365) Concerned about the ubiquitous presence of high fructose corn syrup in sodas? With each American drinking an average of 45 gallons of soda per year, we are the world’s leading consumers of this fattening sweetener. Now, it turns out we aren’t getting the full story — according to new research released by the Childhood Obesity Research Center, sodas contain ... Read More »

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Warmer water temperatures increase mercury risk

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(NaturalHealth365) If the current trend towards warmer surface temperatures in our oceans and lakes continues, we can expect to see higher mercury concentrations in fish and shellfish – along with increased health risks for humans. In a new study published in the scientific journal PLoS One, researchers at Dartmouth College examined killifish – small fish common in saltwater marshes – ... Read More »

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Fast food found to destroy the ‘enjoyment’ of life

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(NaturalHealth365) Yet another reason to avoid fast food: recent research shows it promotes impatience, while hampering your ability to appreciate simple pleasures. In a study conducted at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management and published in 2013 in Social Psychological and Personality Science, researchers surveyed 280 participants in the United States, questioning them on their ability to savor ... Read More »

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