Natural Healing

NH365 118: Leaky gut solutions – Best test, foods and supplements to accelerate healing

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Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS(NaturalHealth365) As you may know, leaky gut syndrome, often referred to as ‘intestinal permeability,’ lays the foundation for many autoimmune disorders. Yet, conventionally-speaking, most physicians tend to prescribe steroids and/or anti-inflammatory drugs for a wide variety of symptoms – ignoring the 800-pound gorilla in the room – a ... Read More »

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Proper vitamin C levels reduce the risk of cognitive impairment and poor metabolic function

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(NaturalHealth365) According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), two out of three adults in the United States are overweight or obese – and a staggering 100 million plus have diabetes or prediabetes.  In addition, 15 to 20 percent of Americans over age 65 suffer with mild cognitive impairment (a slight, but noticeable, decline in memory and thinking ... Read More »

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The ‘bitter’ TRUTH: Artificial sweeteners trigger glucose intolerance and destroy your health, according to many experts

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(NaturalHealth365) Many people use artificial sweeteners as a substitute for sugar not knowing that they’re digging their own grave.  You see, the food industry would have us believe that these non-caloric artificial sweeteners (NAS) are a ‘healthy alternative’ to sugar. (nothing could be further from the truth!) For years, the general public has been lead to think that we need ... Read More »

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Vitamin B12 deficiency increases the risk for Alzheimer’s disease

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(NaturalHealth365) Of all the vitamins and minerals we need in order to stay healthy and avoid getting sick, Vitamin D and C sure get a lot of attention. But Vitamin B12 is an essential player in several functions in the body, as well – and being deficient in it can increase your risk for Alzheimer’s disease later on in life. Unfortunately, Vitamin B12 deficiency is far more ... Read More »

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Low levels of coenzyme Q10 linked to increased risk of melanoma metastasis

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(NaturalHealth365) Melanoma, a type of skin cancer that develops in melatonin-producing cells, is relatively easy to cure if diagnosed early. However, once it has spread to other parts of the body (metastasized), it can be deadly.  Sadly, most people diagnosed with melanoma never hear about a study which links low levels of coenzyme Q10 to an increased risk of melanoma ... Read More »

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5 ways saffron destroys cancer cells

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(NaturalHealth365) Saffron, an ancient cooking spice and staple of the Mediterranean diet, has also played an important role in traditional and herbal healing systems, including Ayurveda and Chinese Traditional Medicine.  On top of that, exciting research highlights saffron’s ability to attack cancer cells on multiple fronts – at every stage of the disease. In fact, scientists are crediting saffron with ... Read More »

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Daily consumption of kiwi fruit can eliminate chronic constipation

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(NaturalHealth365) Kiwi fruit – long valued in Traditional Chinese Medicine for its ability to promote good digestion – is gaining recognition among modern-day researchers as a natural tool for protecting gastrointestinal health. Recent scientific studies have supported the ability of this delicious fruit to safely ease chronic constipation – and more. Constipation affects about 20 percent of the general population ... Read More »

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Protect your kidney function BEFORE it’s too late

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(NaturalHealth365) Poor kidney function is often associated with an inability of the kidneys to properly filter out waste.  And, make no mistake, this condition can progress to irreversible end-stage kidney disease – for which the only effective treatment is dialysis or a kidney transplant. Unfortunately, conventionally-speaking, most people remain uninformed about how a proper diet and early intervention can improve ... Read More »

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5 reasons why burdock root needs to be in your diet today

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(NaturalHealth365) More than two-thirds of American adults are currently obese or overweight, placing them at elevated risk for a variety of serious health problems – including type 2 diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure. In light of this national health crisis, recent clinical studies focused on burdock root have scientists hopeful about our future health. Commonly eaten as a ... Read More »

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NEW Evidence: Cancer linked to a metabolic disorder, NOT a genetic disease

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(NaturalHealth365) The convention medical world views cancer as a ‘mystery’ – claiming it’s largely inherited through our genetics.  However, new research from a collaboration by 17 medical institutions has found that cancer occurs due to cells using energy in an ‘abnormal’ way.  This makes cancer a metabolic disorder. Of course, these findings challenge decades of drug-based, research.  But, the results ... Read More »

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How St. John’s wort helps relieve depression

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(NaturalHealth365) Stressed out? Bummed out? You are definitely not alone! According to the World Health Organization, depression affects 300 million people worldwide. Of course, whether you have a formal “diagnosis” or not, it’s safe to say that millions of us are dealing with high levels of stress, dissatisfaction, and the good old-fashioned “blues” from time to time. If you’ve been searching for a ... Read More »

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Prevent macular degeneration by eating oranges, new study reveals

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(NaturalHealth365) Age-related macular degeneration, the leading cause of visual impairment and blindness among adults over 60, currently affects over 15 million people in the United States. In fact, the National Institute of Health reports that more Americans suffer from this potentially debilitating eye disease than from cataracts and glaucoma – combined. And, as a sizable amount of the population rounds ... Read More »

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