Category Archives: Health and Wellness

How Walking Mindfully Can Improve Your Health

By Dr. Michelle KmiecWake Up World

What Is Your Body Telling You?

Walking, like breathing is something we do every day — so it’s easy to take it for granted. That is until something happens that hinders this ability. And that is what happened to me.

When I became sick with the symptoms of multiple sclerosis, walking indeed became a challenge. Going from a person who could easily jog up a mountain to one who could barely walk 50 feet was not only physically draining, but mentally as well. Continue reading How Walking Mindfully Can Improve Your Health

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WATCH: President Trump Explains Why He Doesn’t Get the Flu Shot

By Alex Pietrowski, Waking Times

They are calling this the worst flu season in 13 plus years and hospitals around the country are reportedly overloaded. At the same time, this year’s flu vaccine is said to be only 10-30% effective, depending on who you ask, and, right about half of American adults get flu shots, and around 60% of children take the annual jab.

There is international hysteria about the flu at the moment, and major news sources are reporting that more strains are the way, as the death toll rises.

If there’s one thing media is good at, it’s creating hysteria. Continue reading WATCH: President Trump Explains Why He Doesn’t Get the Flu Shot

Vitamin D Deficiency Linked to Depression, Pain, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, and Breast Cancer

By Dr. Mercola, via Real Farmacy, Thanks to Natural Blaze

Vitamin D research continues to impress upon us the importance of appropriate sun exposure as the ideal way to optimize your vitamin D levels.

Winter limits sun exposure for many up to six months of the year. During those times, your next best bet would be artificial UVB light, as UV ray exposure also appears to have health benefits above and beyond the production of vitamin D.

One of the most damaging elements of standard tanning beds are the magnetic ballasts (which make that loud buzzing noise you hear in many tanning salons). If an electronic ballast is used, there are far less damaging EMFs, which provide most of the danger from tanning beds. Continue reading Vitamin D Deficiency Linked to Depression, Pain, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, and Breast Cancer

Woman Beat Deadly Blood Cancer With Turmeric After Chemo Failed

By Heather Callaghan, Natural Blaze

A British retiree is turning heads the globe over after she completely reversed her myeloma using only a component found in turmeric – after multiple rounds of chemotherapy and stem cell transplants failed to stop the disease.

Hers is the first medically recorded case of its kind and it brings us the greatest joy in the world to bring you this news. Myeloma is cancer that affects blood plasma cells (leukemia and lymphoma are the other two blood cancers). Continue reading Woman Beat Deadly Blood Cancer With Turmeric After Chemo Failed

12 Weird Foods – No One Knows How They Are Grown

By Heather Callaghan, Natural Blaze

Do you pick pineapple from a tree? Shell cashews and eat them right from the branch? Harvest quinoa like wheat? Peel the bark of vanilla?

You might be surprised if you’ve never thought of these things before!

See how many you get right! Continue reading 12 Weird Foods – No One Knows How They Are Grown

Common Food Ingredient is Zapping Your Memory Away Leading to Alzheimer’s

By Heather Callaghan, Natural Blaze

One of the world’s most common food ingredients is finally being outed as a big, fat fraud. We hope you are sitting down for this one!

This polyunsaturated oil is touted as healthy by the big food industries, fast food industries, the natural health communities (!), and even our regulatory agencies.

We’re talking about canola oil! One of the worst food creations in modern history if you can even call it a food product. A study came out showing that canola oil was like battery acid to the cardiovascular system – and no one listened. Cooked polyunsaturated oils were recently linked to cancer….nothing but crickets. Continue reading Common Food Ingredient is Zapping Your Memory Away Leading to Alzheimer’s

The Sweet Flavor in Cinnamon That Burns Up Fat Like Crazy

By Heather Callaghan, Natural Blaze

A compound found in cinnamon can burn up fat – scientists think cinnamon may be the secret to losing weight after they studied how the spice interacts with fat cells. Hot cider with cinnamon sticks? Yes, please! Continue reading The Sweet Flavor in Cinnamon That Burns Up Fat Like Crazy

21 Easy Ways to Reduce Anxiety Right Now

By  , Thanks to Natural Blaze

All of us experience anxiety on occasion – it is a normal part of life. Our health, finances, jobs, and family all can cause us to worry at times.

And, sometimes we experience feelings of nervousness, restlessness, and stress without knowing exactly what is provoking those feelings. Continue reading 21 Easy Ways to Reduce Anxiety Right Now

Please Don’t Donate to Organizations that Endorse Human Rights Abuses Based on “Tobacco Science” Expertise

By Patricia Burke, Natural Blaze

Many organizations including leading non-profit environmental and health advocacy groups promoting reduced reliance on fossil fuels have continued to endorse wireless smart utility meters.

Despite documented reports of harm and human rights abuses, as well as evidence of environmental damage, various groups have colluded with the same corporations that unleashed fossil fuel damages for decades. Continue reading Please Don’t Donate to Organizations that Endorse Human Rights Abuses Based on “Tobacco Science” Expertise

Surprising Study Suggests ‘Gluten Sensitivity’ Isn’t Caused By Gluten At All

via The Mind Unleashed

After eating foods that contain gluten, do you tend to experience itching, irritability, bloating, or general discomfort? If so, you’ve likely assumed you are allergic to the protein found in a variety of grains. But according to a new study, gluten isn’t the actual culprit. Rather, a sugar chain called fructans is to blame.

Approximately 1 percent of the population has celiac disease — an autoimmune disorder that makes them react badly after consuming gluten proteins in wheat. An additional 12 percent feel bad after eating wheat-based foods, such as bread and pasta. This occurs, despite them not having celiac disorder. Since “gluten” became a buzzword, researchers have been stumped by the phenomena. But now, new research published in the journal Gastroenterology offers clarity on the topic. Continue reading Surprising Study Suggests ‘Gluten Sensitivity’ Isn’t Caused By Gluten At All