Category Archives: Health and Wellness

The Health Dangers of Table Salt

By Dr. Edward Group, Wake Up World

Salt is a wonderful thing. Whether from the far reaches of the Himalayan rock mountains, to the depths of the ocean floor, salt is a beautiful and necessary mineral. It’s an important element in keeping the proper mineral balance in practically all of the earth’s living creatures.

In fact, every cell in our body needs salt. Our bodies rely on salt to keep good bone density, proper circulation and stabilized blood sugar levels. But how could something so wonderful and natural become a poison? Here are a few common misconceptions and dangers of salt. Continue reading The Health Dangers of Table Salt

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20 Common Things People Realize When They Quit Drinking Alcohol

By Sofia Adamson, Waking Times 

Of all the culturally conditioned behaviors we’ve mindlessly adopted, alcoholism is one of the most curious. We know it is highly detrimental to personal health and that it directly contributes to myriad societal problems including violence and drunk driving. We also know that the alcohol industry is exceptionally lucrative while at the same time the police state uses this addiction to extend their authority. Continue reading 20 Common Things People Realize When They Quit Drinking Alcohol

Prescription Broccoli In A Pill Seen as a Future Diabetes Treatment

By Alex Pietrowski, Thanks to Natural Blaze

The life-changing disease Type 2 Diabetes is on the rise worldwide, and especially alarming is the fact that rates are on the rise among children and teenagers, potentially condemning them to a lifetime of dependence on pills, shots, blood-sugar testing, and doctor’s visits.

There are many natural alternatives to popular prescription medicines, in fact, many of today’s pharmaceuticals are derived from plants, and now concentrated broccoli is being seen as a potential treatment for diabetes. Continue reading Prescription Broccoli In A Pill Seen as a Future Diabetes Treatment

Researchers Find That Bacteria In Our Gut Could Immensely Affect Our Mood

The bacteria in our gut could impact our mood and general behavior.

By Amanda Froelich, True Activist

People have been talking about trusting our “gut instincts” since the beginning of time and it has always meant that humans should trust that instinctual part of them that tells them if something is right or wrong. This old adage hasn’t really been backed by science, but researchers from the University of California, Los Angeles have found new meaning for the term by finding a link between the microbes in our intestines and the way our brains are formed and how they function. Continue reading Researchers Find That Bacteria In Our Gut Could Immensely Affect Our Mood

The Science of Curing Cancer and Other Diseases with Sound and Resonant Frequencies

By Christina Sarich, Waking Times

Sound healing is not a ‘new’ method of healing. It’s been around since at least the invention of the Royal Rife frequency machine. Ancient indigenous cultures including the Egyptians, Tibetans, Sumerians, Aboriginals, etc. understood the power of vibration more than 5,000 years ago for treating a whole handbag full of illnesses.

Technological sound healing devices began appearing in 1928 when German scientist Erwin Schliephake discovered that sound accelerated healing, but the use of gongs, symbols, bowls, crystal, and even the Great Pyramids of Egypt also provided advanced sound healing before these inventions were introduced. Continue reading The Science of Curing Cancer and Other Diseases with Sound and Resonant Frequencies

The World Health Organization’s Faux Pas About Vaccine Adverse Events And Deaths

By Catherine J. Frompovich, Natural Blaze

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have maintained their VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) since the late 1980s, almost like a post-marketing survey/analysis, since no one probably pays attention to all the adverse events reported, or actually is doing something to correct what is chemical abuse to children. Is that what consensus vaccine science amounts to? Continue reading The World Health Organization’s Faux Pas About Vaccine Adverse Events And Deaths

20 Health Benefits of Fasting for Whole Body Wellness

By Dr. Edward Group, Wake Up World

Fasting has been recognized for its many health benefits dating back to Hippocrates. These benefits extend to everything from better weight management, improved cardiovascular health, healthier blood composition, and better cell recycling, among many others.

Although there is not an abundance of research on fasting in humans, a growing number of health experts believe that the results of fasting from animal studies hold great promise for human health and future research efforts. Continue reading 20 Health Benefits of Fasting for Whole Body Wellness

If You Want To Accelerate Brain Development In Children, Teach Them Music

By Alexa Erickson, Collective Evolution

Music is one of the greatest joys on Earth. From those who play it to those who listen to it, it is a driving force and accompaniment for so many things in life. Many of us do not need scientific evidence to know it enhances our lives, but to learn of such evidence is surely important, especially for those who could benefit from it most.

Previous research has already found that music can serve as medicine, capable of treating symptoms of schizophreniadepressionanxiety, and chronic pain. And now initial results of a five-year study by USC neuroscientists have found that music education can speed up brain development in young children, specifically in the areas of the brain where processing sound, language development, speech perception, and reading skills take place. Continue reading If You Want To Accelerate Brain Development In Children, Teach Them Music

What Is Cupping Therapy and Why Is It Trending?

cupping-therapy-blogBy Dr. Edward Group, Wake Up World

Cupping therapy is an ancient practice that is now considered part of the complementary and alternative (CAM) medicine category, along with acupuncture and aromatherapy.

During a cupping therapy session, a massage or acupuncture therapist applies suction cups to various areas of the body. The cup may be made of bamboo, plastic, or glass; traditionally, horns and shells have also been used.[1] While the cup is in place, suction stimulates blood flow and even causes blood to leak into the skin and produce a hickey-like red or purple bruise. Reported benefits include joint and muscle pain relief, increased blood flow, and reduced inflammation. Continue reading What Is Cupping Therapy and Why Is It Trending?

10 Unexpected Symptoms of Candida – and How to Beat It With Supplements

By Elisha McFarland, Wake Up World

According to this study at Rice University 70% of all people have candida colonies in their intestines, mouth or skin. Candida albicans frequently causes superficial infections by invading and damaging epithelial cells, but may also cause systemic infections by penetrating through epithelial barriers.

The Candida albicans that grows in your gut, is kept in line by healthy bacteria that also lives in your gut. If however the balance of bacteria is thrown off by antibiotics, poor diet or prescription meds Candida can over run your system. As the candida infections spreads, the overgrowth releases nasty toxic byproducts into your body causing numerous unpleasant symptoms. Continue reading 10 Unexpected Symptoms of Candida – and How to Beat It With Supplements