A little late to the party? Perhaps. However, it’s never too late to put forth some motivation for real lasting natural health resolutions. As you enter the New Year, enjoy this little video compilation which should serve as food for thought about your health. We all talk about losing a few pounds, quitting smoking, cutting down drinking and more. The reason many of these resolutions fail is because we don’t really think about the consequences many years down the line. As one of the quotes in this compilation so adeptly puts, “tomorrow is disease”. So please join us and consider your future, if not for yourself but for your kids and loved ones who would really like to see you live a long and thriving life.
There is a lot of talk about “high cholesterol” and how to prevent or treat it and for good reason. High cholesterol is connected with heart disease, stroke, fatal and non-fatal heart attack, and atherosclerosis. Even so, it’s important to recognize that cholesterol is necessary for healthy function of various systems within the body. In fact, our bodies use cholesterol to coat our nerve cells, maintain strong cell walls, and to produce bile, hormones, and vitamin D. So what is a healthy cholesterol level and how do you get there naturally? What are cholesterol lowering natural remedies that work?
Many of us enjoy the outdoors and the sun. The heat? Not so much… especially when it gets overbearing and sweltering. Heat leads to sweating and that leads to dehydration. Other than creating an uncomfortable feeling, this can have serious consequences including heat stroke. So, to avoid the discomfort or emergency room visits, here are some reasons to stay hydrated and Cureology tips for keeping your body’s water stores continuously replenished.
The purported health benefits of wine are most often, but not completely, attributed to resveratrol. It may be largely responsible for answering the “French Paradox” and is certainly advertised heavily as such. You see, the French enjoy a high saturated fat diet which is linked to heart disease and some cancers. Yet their heart disease rate is fairly low. But they also consume red wine liberally. In fact they have one of the higher per capita consumptions on Earth. But is it that simple? Is there enough resveratrol in wine to cause this health benefit? Furthermore, is Dr.Oz and others right in promoting resveratrol supplements, which are at much higher doses, as much as they do?
I Want My Natural Remedy NOW!
We live in a “we want it all and we want it NOW” time. So, if you have a health issue, it stands to reason that you want it gone, and fast! How fast do natural remedies and home cures work? Now, we all know that surgery can remove a “problem” (e.g. appendicitis or tumor)and it is over and gone, other than the “ouch” time recovery period. Along the same lines, if you have a serious allergic reaction, medications like epinephrine (e.g. EpiPen) can immediately prevent serious results and even avoid death. Can you expect the same?