Natural Healing

Forest walking increases natural killer cells

naturalhealth365 podcast

(NaturalHealth365) There is strong scientific evidence coming out of Japan about the anti-cancer effects of shinrin-yoku or forest bathing. In fact, according to Dr. Qing Li – one of the world’s foremost experts on shinrin-yoku, forest walking may prevent chronic illnesses like cancer; reduce blood pressure, heart rate and stress hormones. Chronic stress slowly kills. Environmental toxins like car fumes ... Read More »

Read More »

Tea tree oil speeds up wound healing

naturalhealth365 podcast

(NaturalHealth365) For millennia, the indigenous peoples of Australia have prized the oil of the tea tree, or Melaleuca alternifolia. The aromatic oil from this evergreen tree contains powerful antibacterial, anti-fungal, antiviral and anti-proliferative compounds known as phytochemicals. Why should I care about tea tree oil? These botanical elements offer a range of health benefits, from clearing acne and athlete’s foot ... Read More »

Read More »

Protect yourself from deadly hospital errors

naturalhealth365 podcast

(NaturalHealth365) According to the HealthGrades 2011 Healthcare Consumerism and Hospital Quality in America Report, in the United States, the rate of hospital-related medical harm is estimated to be over 40,000 people – every day. In fact, in the United States alone, over 2 million people (each year) are victimized by hospital-derived infections and over 100,000 people die as a result. ... Read More »

Read More »

The powerful healing effects of wheatgrass

naturalhealth365 podcast

(NaturalHealth365) How can wheatgrass juice actually reverse disease? Due to its high concentration of chlorophyll, vitamins, minerals, and enzymes – this superfood effectively cleans the colon, detoxifies the liver and purifies the blood. Naturally, as a result of cleansing, the body will feel less sick – as symptoms simply fade away. The power of wheatgrass juice revealed! Clinical trials have ... Read More »

Read More »

Type-1 diabetes linked to certain foods and viruses

naturalhealth365 podcast

(NaturalHealth365) Type-1 diabetes can occur at any age, but the most common start is between infancy and late 30’s. According to the Juvenile Research Diabetes Foundation, as many as three million Americans have type-1 diabetes (T1D) with 80 new people being diagnosed daily. Is this diet related? T1D rose 23% between 2001 and 2009 in people under 20. So what ... Read More »

Read More »

Motivational health presentation proves to be life changing

naturalhealth365 podcast

(NaturalHealth365) I was raised in a juicing family, dating way back to the early 1960s. My mother was a juicing fanatic. This is ultimately how I met my husband, Jay Kordich back in 1980! For over 40 years, I have witnessed people getting excited about changing their habits from eating a ‘Standard American Diet’ (SAD) to eating – and juicing ... Read More »

Read More »

Studies show lavender eliminates anxiety

naturalhealth365 podcast

(NaturalHealth365) Lavender flowers and its oil are famous for its use in aromatherapy and massage sessions. While there are not many studies on lavender flower or its oil, most studies show a positive correlation between the use of lavender and anxiety relief in patients. Conventional medicine use benzodiazepine drugs for treating patients with generalized and persistent anxiety that is also ... Read More »

Read More »

3 simple ways to improve brain health

naturalhealth365 podcast

(NaturalHealth365) Approximately 5.4 million Americans are currently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and this number is expected to triple by 2050. In addition, the rate of children with autism is said to be 1 in 50 throughout the United States. What is happening to our collective brain health? Think about the importance of our memories – which are a crucial part ... Read More »

Read More »

Eliminate ulcers by eating hot peppers

naturalhealth365 podcast

(NaturalHealth365) Do you suffer from recurring heartburn, chronic indigestion or ulcers? For years, conventional ‘wisdom’ has been to avoid spicy foods – if experiencing an upset stomach. In fact, for gastrointestinal disorders, conventionally-trained healthcare providers firmly believe that any kind of hot peppers (or spicy food) should be avoided – at all costs. But what if our family doctor has ... Read More »

Read More »