Author Archives: Jonathan Landsman

About the author: Jonathan Landsman is the host of NaturalHealth365.com, the NaturalNews Talk Hour – a free, weekly health show and the NaturalHealth365 INNER CIRCLE – a monthly subscription to the brightest minds in natural health and healing.

Reaching hundreds of thousands of people, worldwide, as a personal health consultant, writer and radio talk show host – Jonathan has been educating the public on the health benefits of an organic (non-GMO) diet along with high-quality supplementation and healthy lifestyle habits including exercise and meditation.

New study reveals threat to brain function

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(NaturalHealth365) A new UCLA rat study has shown how a diet rich in high fructose corn syrup slows the brain – damaging memory and learning capability. Sugar and especially high fructose syrup seems to be a perfect way to alter brain chemistry. This is the first time science has shown that a sweetener can effect your thinking. “Our findings illustrate ... Read More »

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The risk of a heart attack is on your plate

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(NaturalHealth365) Do you want to dramatically change the course of your life? I’m talking about avoiding a massive heart attack, ineffective stent procedures or (painful) bypass surgeries. Believe it or not, you CAN unclog arteries, lower blood pressure and improve your circulation by simply eating a better diet. It’s time to update medical wisdom In 1967, the first coronary bypass ... Read More »

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Peasant food has healthy rewards

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(NaturalHealth365) Polenta has a legacy dating back to the 1700’s – when it was made popular in Italy. It was considered peasant food because it was plentiful and cheap. Naturally, polenta became a diet staple in the winter months when food was scarce. Maize, the American Indian word for corn, means “that which sustains life”. It is right behind wheat ... Read More »

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How to eliminate thyroid disease – naturally

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(NaturalHealth365) Are you tired or frustrated you can’t lose weight? One of the most overlooked health issues associated with these chronic health problems is hypothyroidism. Unfortunately, many people are not taught how sensitive the thyroid gland is to stress within a modern (fast paced) lifestyle. To fix a health problem – understand your body The thyroid gland produces hormones which ... Read More »

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Onions help us age gracefully

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(NaturalHealth365) Phytochemicals are what makes onions a world class anti-aging vegetable. The anti-aging benefits of onions are enormous, and are one of the best keep secrets in nutrition. Remember, the more pungent the onion – the more antioxidant power. The sulfur-rich phytochemicals are what gives onions their odor and their anti-aging benefits. The beauty of onions Studies have shown that ... Read More »

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A sunscreen warning for women

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(NaturalHealth365) Recently, scientists have found a new reason to be concerned about using sunscreen. There is an ingredient that mimics the effects of the female sex hormone estrogen – which increases the risk for endometriosis. This is a painful condition in which the uterine tissue grows outside the uterus. Some sunscreens contain a benzophenone (BP) type ingredient which passes through ... Read More »

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Lentils get their 15 minutes of fame

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(NaturalHealth365) Lentils bring to mind a hot bowl of soup loaded with healthy vegetables. Yet, few think of lentils as a nutritional fountain of youth, loaded with fiber, folate, iron, protein, vitamins and minerals. Researchers who looked at the elderly found these and other legumes were the single most important factor in longevity. Lentils are small seeds that grow in ... Read More »

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Nutritional yeast offers many health benefits

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(NaturalHealth365) Nutritional yeast is considered by many to be the most valuable supplement available and is used as a flavor enhancer as well as a nutritional aid. The subtle cheese flavor makes it a favorite among vegetarians. It’s delicious and more! Good things come in small packages One ounce of nutritional yeast contains 14 grams of protein and 79 calories. ... Read More »

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Save our children from vaccines and conventional schools

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(NaturalHealth365) From day one – our children are being exposed to life-threatening chemicals and destructive ideas. In the United States, parents are being told to give their children (26) brain-damaging vaccines – within the first 18 months of life. And, to make matters worse, television and the (conventional) school system are killing the creativity of our children. Our children need ... Read More »

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Peppercorn – A secret fat fighter

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(NaturalHealth365) Shedding those pounds may be a black pepper shaker away. Of all the things that address weight loss – black pepper may be one of the easiest ways to help you shed those pesky pounds. Healthy fuel for your body means giving it the nutrients needed to burn fat and increase your metabolism. Ancient medicine to boost your metabolism ... Read More »

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Capers are a powerful anti-inflammatory

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(NaturalHealth365) The caper is the un-opened flower bud used for centuries in Mediterranean cuisine, where it imparts a salty tang and decorative flair to a variety of meats, salads, pastas and other foods. The unique flavor of capers makes them a very desirable ingredient in the Mediterranean basin. But, great taste is just the beginning of the good news about ... Read More »

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American Cancer Society has a new message

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(NaturalHealth365) The new guidelines issued by the American Cancer Society will both urge cancer survivors to eat right and exercise to prevent the disease from coming back, and doctors will be encouraged to talk to their patients about eating right, exercising and slimming down if they’re too heavy. Is it too little – too late This is the same organization ... Read More »

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