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Simple Changes to Keep You Alive and Healthy

Simple Changes to Keep You Alive and Healthy

01Experience the benefits of sexSex has many apparent health benefits. Studies suggest sex can boost your immune system and reduce stress. 02Keep your teeth cleanDiabetes, low birth weight babies and heart disease have all been linked to gum and bone disease in your... read more
Enzymes and Weight Loss

Enzymes and Weight Loss

True, lasting weight loss can only come through an approach aimed at healing the whole body. The body stores fat when it lacks nourishment and is under stress, so it is vital to address these issues when seeking permanent, healthy weight loss. An important element of... read more
Magnesium Promotes Weight Loss

Magnesium Promotes Weight Loss

The phrase “overweight and undernourished” has become a popular truth, and magnesium deficiency in overweight individuals is a striking example. It is no coincidence that magnesium deficiency and obesity are both widespread conditions in our society. So,... read more
Going Raw for Weight Loss

Going Raw for Weight Loss

How many overweight wild antelope have you ever seen? What about morbidly obese zebras waddling around the savannah? Wild animals don’t deal with overweight or obesity issues. Wild animals don’t eat cooked or processed foods. They eat raw foods, in their natural state... read more
Coconut Oil for Clean Air

Coconut Oil for Clean Air

Coconut oil has gained recognition as a safe and natural product with a multitude of uses. It has proven valuable in treating a variety of health concerns ranging from psoriasis to obesity. Coconut oil is used in food preparation and as a skin lotion, sun block,... read more
Coconut Oil At Bedtime. Why?

Coconut Oil At Bedtime. Why?

Coconut oil is derived from mature coconut kernels. Coconut oil is now considered a superfood. It has antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties. Coconut oil is resistant to rancidity and has good heat stability. Our body needs healthy fats. Coconut oil... read more
Magnesium for Your Health

Magnesium for Your Health

Magnesium is required for the activation of vitamin D, and deficiency may increase your risk of anxiety, depression, heart disease, migraines, osteoporosis and more. Statistics show that at least 50 percent of the American population are deficient in magnesium; a... read more
Are You Deficient In Magnesium?

Are You Deficient In Magnesium?

Magnesium is an essential element, needed by everyone. It is involved in at least 300 chemical reactions in the body because it works as an electrolyte: a mineral that carries an electric charge when dissolved in body fluids such as blood. Magnesium is vital for the... read more
Vitamin D and Immune Function

Vitamin D and Immune Function

A recent study by the University of Tampere in Finland has found that vitamin D helps to prevent respiratory infections. In the study, supplementing with vitamin D resulted in more than half the participants who took it staying healthy throughout the trial, compared... read more
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