September 29, 2014

Looking to buy mangosteen juice? There are some important things you should know before you buy or purchase mangosteen juice.
1. Easy Ordering Online. You can buy mangosteen juice online through secure ordering sites. Using your credit card from the comfort of your easy chair, you can place an order to buy a case of mangosteen juice with your credit card. The ordering sites are secure, so you do not have to worry about identity theft.
2. Delivery Straight To Your Doorstep. Once your order is placed, the mangosteen juice is delivered straight to your door by UPS. No going to the grocery store to have your car dented in the parking lot. No fighting the lines at the checkout stand. Each case has four bottles that come packed in a Styrofoam case. The juice is also available in small one ounce packages that are great for travel or for use as samples.
3. Don't Pay Retail When You Can Pay Wholesale. Most of us belong to either Sam's Club, Costco, or some similar wholesale buying club. By paying a small membership fee, you are able to buy at wholesale rather than paying retail in other stores. By paying the $35.00 membership fee, you can buy at wholesale and not lose almost $14.00 per bottle. In fact, you save enough on a one case order to more than get back your membership fee.
4. Do Not Buy Any Mangosteen Product That Does Not Contain Whole Fruit. There are a number of mangosteen products on the market today, including a number of knock off products. Examine the labels closely. Only one brand is actually made with whole mangosteen fruit. Many products contain water that waters down the juice and waters down the mangosteen. Look at the first three ingredients on the label.
5. Consider Starting Your Own Mangosteen Juice Business. Very few businesses can be started for $35.00, the same $35.00 you already paid for your membership so that you can buy wholesale. One company pays a Power Start bonus on the first orders placed by new wholesale members and pays monthly commission ranging from 5% to 10% on the volume for which you are responsible. The program also pays additional bonuses based upon the number of people and the amount sold in your business. One company pays out 50% of all product sales to its distributors who spread the word of the juice.
6. Mangosteen Juice Tastes Good. Mangosteen juice is a purée from the whole mangosteen fruit, apple juice pear juice grape juice pear purée, blueberry juice raspberry juice strawberry juice cranberry juice and cherry juice The taste is a sweet, crisp, delicious flavor.By
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September 28, 2014

Vitamin B-17 Rich Cancer Fighting Foods

Vitamin B-17 is known as an anti-cancer Vitamin and is found in many foods, but few that remain on the modern food menu. It's found in the seeds of apricots, peaches and apples and bitter almonds. These seeds are bitter to taste; making it the most likely reason why no one wants to eat them.
While most may think they are poisonous and should be avoided, they are harmless as long as eaten in moderation. For example if you eat the flesh of the fruit along with the seeds you'll be fine. If however you decide to eat a whole cup of apple seeds you could end up with cyanide poisoning.
It's really no different than with any other food. If you eat too many candies you'll end up with an upset stomach. If you eat greasy foods you'll end up with heart disease. Drinking to much alcohol can cause alcohol poisoning.
Here is a list of food high in Vitamin B-17. By eating these foods in moderation, on a daily basis and refraining from other junk food we can live long, healthy lives without having to worry about becoming a victim of cancer.
Beans:
Black beans, Black-eyed peas, Burma, Chickpeas, Fava, Garbanzo, Green pea, Kidney beans, Lentils, Lima beans, Mung, Rangoon, Scarlet Runner, and Shell.
Berries:
Blackberry, Boysenberry, Chokeberry, Christmas berry, Crabapple (Wild), Cranberry, Currant, Elderberry, Gooseberry, Huckleberry, Loganberry, Mulberry, Quince, Raspberry, and Strawberry.
Grains:
Oat groats, Barley, Brown Rice, Buckwheat groats, Chia, Flax, Millet, Rye, Vetch, and Wheat Berries.
Grasses:
Acacia, Aquatic, Johnson, Milkweed, Sudan, Minus, Wheat Grass, and White Dover.
Leaves:
Alfalfa, Beet tops, Eucalyptus, Spinach, and Watercress.
Nuts:
Bitter Almond, Cashew, and Macadamia.
Seeds:
Apple, Apricot. Buckwheat, Cherry, Chia, Flax, Millet, Nectarine, Peach, Pear, Plum, Prune, Sesame, and Squash.
Sprouts:
Alfalfa, Bamboo, Fava, Garbanzo, Lentil, and Mung.
Tubers:
Cassava, Sweet Potato, and Yams.By
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September 27, 2014

Crohn's Disease Symptoms And Natural Treatment

Crohn's disease (CD) is an inflammatory bowel disease.
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is the general term for inflammation diseases of the small intestine and colon. Ulcerative colitis (UC) is another form of IBD.
In Crohn's disease, the inflammation is generally in the lower part of the small intestine. But CD can also affect the entire digestive system from mouth to anus. Colitis, on the other hand, usually only occurs in the lower colon or rectum.

Crohn's Disease Symptoms and Complications

The range and severity of Crohn's disease symptoms can vary. This makes CD complicated to diagnose. However, the most common symptoms are:
o Abdominal pain, generally in the lower right area,
o With the pain being accompanied by diarrhea.
Other common Crohn's disease symptoms are:
o Rectal bleeding,
o Weight loss,
o Arthritis,
o Skin problems,
o And fever.
Persistent rectal bleeding is serious and can lead to anemia. Children with CD often suffer from malnutrition, delayed development and even stunted growth.
The most common Crohn's disease complications are:
o Blockage and narrowing of the intestine from inflammation and scar tissue;
o Sores or ulcers in the bladder, vagina or skin that often become infected;
o Small tears called fissures, which develop in the lining of the anus;
o Nutritional deficiencies caused by poor diet, loss of nutrients or mal-absorption;
o Arthritis, skin problems, inflammation of the eyes or mouth, kidney stones, gallstones and development of diseases of the liver and biliary system.

Who Gets Crohn's Disease and Why

A tendency towards Crohn's disease often runs in families, affecting both men and women. About one out of every five CD patients has a blood relative with IBD problems, usually a brother or sister and sometimes a parent or child. Scientists are not clear if this connection is genetic or environmental, relating to diet and other family habits.
It's difficult to distinguish between Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, since they both have such similar symptoms. These include:
o Abdominal pain and cramping,
o Frequent and often bloody diarrhea,
o Loss of body fluids and nutrients,
o Poor appetite, weight loss
o And persistent fatigue.
Medical tests are therefore necessary for the accurate diagnosis of an IBD.
Neither the specific cause nor cure is known for CD. Drug therapy and surgery can relieve symptoms, but do not offer any cure. Most patients are usually treated with anti-inflammatory medications, which have unpleasant and often serious side effects.
Most Crohn's Disease patients also need to avoid foods they personally find upsetting. This varies from one patient to another, but these usually include highly seasoned foods, raw fruits and vegetables and high lactose dairy products.

Natural Help for Crohn's Disease

Several recent studies reported in the Journal of Gastroenterology have shown that natural anti-inflammatory omega 3 fish oil, high in EPA, DPA and DHA fatty acids, can reduce the severity of inflammation from Chron's disease by more than 50%.
Taking fish oil also allows those suffering from the pain of inflammation from CD to discontinue potentially harmful anti-inflammatory and steroidal medications.
Because of the symptomatic loss of nutrients and dietary restrictions, natural, full spectrum food supplements, including pure, non-toxic fish oil capsules, are highly recommended to insure the nutrition necessary to stay as healthy as possible.
The best quality fish oil capsules are guaranteed to be toxin-free and to contain the full spectrum of all 8 important omega 3 fatty acids essential to optimum human nutrition. These are EPA, DHA, DPA, HPA, ETA, ETA (3), SDA AND ALA By
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September 24, 2014

Wisdom Teeth Extraction - Extract the Pain and the Tooth

Many people suffer from complications with their wisdom teeth, resulting in a lot of pain. In many cases, wisdom tooth extraction is the only way to solve the problem. When teeth do not have enough room to grow within the mouth, it can cause a variety of dental problems, including infection and pain. The good news is that teeth removal generally takes care of the pain and will help to prevent further dental problems in the future.
Wisdom teeth, also known as the third molars, are usually the last permanent teeth that appear within the mouth. In most cases, they begin growing in when individuals are between 17-25 years old. While many people have no problems at all, others often end up with impacted wisdom teeth, meaning they do not have enough room to grow normally or set themselves naturally within the mouth. In some people using prescribed antibiotics brings about temporary relief from symptoms of pain.
When wisdom tooth are impacted, they may only partially erupt or may sit below the surface of the gums. Some of the common problems that may occur include the following:
- Damage to the tooth adjacent to the impacted wisdom tooth
- Infection
- Cyst development around a wisdom tooth
- Bone damage
- Severe pain
All of these problems can be serious, which is why a wisdom teeth extraction may be needed. Having a wisdom teeth removal done is especially helpful to those who are dealing with a significant amount of pain.However, a removal may be the best option, even if teeth are currently not causing pain. Even though you may be symptom free at the time it may cause problems later, such as tooth cavities, gum disease and they may even harbor disease.
If you are dealing with pain, it is definitely important to see a dentist as soon as possible. A dentist will probably recommend that you have a wisdom teeth extraction and soon you will eliminate the pain you are dealing with. Although you will deal with a bit of pain after the extraction, soon you should be back to normal.
Make sure you ask your dentist what to expect and find out about any instructions you may need to follow once the wisdom teeth removal is complete. You may also need to have someone to drive you home after the surgery, depending on the procedure done to remove the teeth.By
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September 23, 2014

Good Food Good Health - Calcium

Hi Everyone
A good food for good health is calcium and is great for bones and staying slim after 50. As you all probably know I am closer to fifty now than forty, even though I still feel as I did in my twenty's, (some friends may add I still act like it sometimes).
Recently it has dawned on me that if I still want to feel this good for the next twenty years that I really should take steps now, so that I can maintain the good health that I am enjoying at the moment.
I have been looking in general at women's health of my age and how to keep up good health through the next twenty years.
Middle-aged women, like myself I guess, have been told for years that they should take calcium and vitamin D tablets to protect their bones against osteoporosis that is why recently I have increased my intake of calcium.
I always eat a good balanced diet and as you know my theory is 'good food good health', so when I checked on the amount of dairy products Ted and I consume to calculate our daily intake, I was a little surprised that it was myself not Ted that was not always getting the required amount.
Our two daughters easily reach their required amount from their normal diet, as one of the cereals they eat is fortified with vitamins and they also drink a couple of milk shakes a day.
Osteoporosis is a disease due to loss of bone density with a break down of bone structure. Diseased bones become brittle, porous and thin, resulting in bones becoming easier to break especially those in the legs, hips and arms.
Women are far more prone to osteoporosis, in fact 80 per cent of all sufferers are women. So making sure we maintain a healthy balanced diet rich in dairy products is essential, and to check that our levels of calcium and vitamin D intake is correct.
Although 99 per cent of calcium in the body is found in the teeth and bones, the other 1 per cent plays a major role in our health and is found in muscles, blood, soft tissue, organs and nerves.
Meeting your calcium need is quite easy if you like milk and dairy products. Generally 8 ounces of milk provides about 300mg of calcium and general daily requirements are: -
Children 1 - 8 years 500 - 800mg
9 - 18 years 1300 mg
19 - 50 years 1000mg
Women 51+ with HRT and men 51+ 1200mg
Women 51+ without HRT 1500mg
Breastfeeding and pregnant women 1200mg
The best sources of calcium and vitamin D are Milk, cheese and yoghurt, and also foods made with milk, such as custard, rice pudding, ice cream etc.
Fish and shellfish are an excellent source of Vitamin D - salmon, tuna, herring, halibut, shrimps and oysters as well as eggs, milk and cod liver oil.
Low fat foods also contain good amounts of calcium including low fat yoghurt, skimmed and low fat fluid milk and buttermilk. Cheese contains varying amounts of calcium and in general, the more firm the cheese the more calcium in contains. Soft cheese has a low amount present and cream cheese is not a good source at all.
Keeping good bone health is essential for all of us at any age, and therefore our intake of calcium is beneficial. Calcium moves in and out of the bones throughout our lives.
The need for good supplies of calcium throughout childhood and teen years is crucial, as bones grow in size and density through this period.
Calcium combines with phosphorous to form teeth and bones, making them hard and resistant to decay and breaks, it also: -
Is vital in blood to help it clot normally.
Helps muscles to contract normally. A deficiency can cause spasms and cramp.
Is essential in the nervous system for messages to be passed from the brain to other parts if the body and back again.
Helps to regulate blood pressure. A deficiency or low intake of calcium has been associated with high blood pressure.
Calcium may help with the prevention of colon cancer. This is thought to work in tow ways, one if that it binds with fat and bile acids in the large intestine to keep them from causing harm, the other that it prevents the excessive growth of cells in the intestines that could otherwise lead to cancer.
Also new research has found that another incentive for taking calcium is that
It can help you stay slim, and this interested me greatly. The study found that women who were over 50 and took regular calcium and Vitamin D supplements are less likely to gain weight than those who do not, and what was surprising the women who had previously been deficient in Vitamin D and calcium had the greatest benefits.
The slimming effect is thought to be down to the fact that there is an improved breakdown of fat cells and also an increase in the production of leptin, a chemical that curbs your appetite.
Also experts said that stimulation of the metabolism is likely to be increased with a better balance of nutrients in our diet, and so I cannot stress to much the importance of the 'good food good health' benefits, and equally if you can get the required amount of calcium from a balanced diet can only be a plus, helping your body fight many diseases and the ever ageing process.
I have mentioned vitamin D several times and this is very important as calcium is not readily absorbed and used without this fat-soluble vitamin.
Vitamin D is often referred to as the 'sunshine vitamin', as the action of the suns ultra violet rays forms vitamin D in the skin.
Specialists say that we need 15 minutes of sunlight to produce enough vitamin D in fair skinned people which should last for a couple of days, darker skinned people however need up to 3 hours.
The use of sunscreen 8 SPF of higher will form a barrier and prevent the formulation of vitamin D, so just wait 15 minutes before applying, but so not do this through the hottest hours. Clouds and window glass also prevent penetration of ultra violet rays.
So for good bone health - which means having the most dense and strong bones possible at reaching adulthood, a regular good intake of calcium is needed and continuously required after this age to help eliminate the chance of osteoporosis in latter years.
If to little calcium has been stored before the age of thirty in the bones or calcium is drawn out to fast in later life, then osteoporosis is at a greater risk.
All our bodies after the age of forty lose calcium quicker in the bones than going back in, and because of this we all need to be made aware just how important calcium in the diet is.
Many people have been put off from consuming dairy products over the past twenty or so years, and because of this health specialists are concerned about the future female population and the risk of osteoporosis. Also the specialists are watching the worrying trend of teenagers and fad diets that will cause complications to well being in future generations.
So for all of us the message is do not skimp on your dairy product intake, skimmed milk is just as rich in calcium, check you are consuming the correct amount in your diet. If you cannot get the required amounts in your daily diet then think about supplements. Always check with your doctor or medical practice before taking supplements as a sensible precaution, as it is with any medication.
Remember good food is good health
Ted and Sandra
This article was composed by Sandra & Ted Wosko.
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September 22, 2014

Gallstones in the liver may lead to poor circulation, enlargement of the heart and spleen, varicose veins, congested lymph vessels, and hormone imbalances. When gallstones have grown large enough to seriously distort the structural framework of the lobules (units) of the liver, blood flow through the liver becomes increasingly difficult. This not only raises the venous blood pressure in the liver, but also raises it in all the organs and areas of the body that drain used blood through their respective veins into the liver's portal vein. Restricted blood flow in that portal vein causes congestion, particularly in the spleen, stomach, esophagus, pancreas, gallbladder, and small and large intestines. This can lead to an enlargement of these organs, to a reduction of their ability to remove cellular waste products, and to a clogging of their respective veins.
A varicose vein is one that is so dilated that the valves do not sufficiently close to prevent blood from flowing backward. Sustained pressure on the veins at the junction of the rectum and anus in the large intestine leads to the development of hemorrhoids, a type of varicose vein. Other common sites of varicose veins are the legs, the esophagus, and the scrotum. Dilation of veins and venules (small veins) can occur anywhere in the body. It always indicates an obstruction of blood flow.
Prescribed by doctors in Germany as a highly successful alternative to surgery for varicose veins, the herbal remedy horse chestnut seed, or conkers, is very effective in the treatment of 'heavy legs', hemorrhoids, and cramps. In combination with cleansing of the liver, colon, and kidneys, conkers can lead to complete recovery.
Poor blood flow through the liver always affects the heart. When the organs of the digestive system become weakened by an increase in venous pressure, they become congested and begin to accumulate harmful waste, including debris from cells that have been broken down. The spleen becomes enlarged while it is dealing with the extra workload associated with removing damaged or worn-out blood cells. This further slows blood circulation to and from the organs of the digestive system, which stresses the heart, raises blood pressure, and injures blood vessels. The right half of the heart, which receives venous blood via the inferior vena cava from the liver and all other parts below the lungs, becomes overloaded with toxic, sometimes infectious, material. This eventually causes enlargement, and possibly infection, of the right side of the heart.
Almost all types of heart disease have one thing in common: blood flow is being obstructed. But blood circulation does not become disrupted easily. It must be preceded by a major congestion of the bile ducts in the liver. Gallstones obstructing the bile ducts dramatically reduce or cut off the blood supply to the liver cells. Reduced blood flow through the liver affects the blood flow in the entire body, which, in turn, has a detrimental effect on the lymphatic system.
The lymphatic system, which is closely linked with the immune system, helps to clear the body of harmful metabolic waste products, foreign material, and cell debris. All cells release metabolic waste products into, and take up nutrients from, a surrounding solution, called extracellular fluid or connective tissue. The degree of nourishment and efficiency of the cells depends on how swiftly and completely waste material is removed from the extracellular fluid. Since most waste products cannot pass directly into the blood for excretion, they accumulate in the extracellular fluid until they are removed and detoxified by the lymphatic system. The potentially harmful material is filtered and neutralized by lymph nodes that are strategically located throughout the body. One of the key functions of the lymphatic system is to keep the extracellular fluid clear of toxic substances, which makes this a system of utmost importance.
Poor circulation of blood in the body causes an overload of foreign, harmful waste matter in the extracellular tissues and, consequently, in the lymph vessels and lymph nodes as well. When lymph drainage slows down or becomes obstructed, the thymus gland, tonsils, and spleen start to deteriorate quite rapidly. These organs form an important part of the body's system of purification and immunity. In addition, microbes harbored in gallstones can be a constant source of recurring infection in the body, which may render the lymphatic and immune systems ineffective against more serious infections, such as infectious mononucleosis, measles, typhoid fever, tuberculosis, syphilis, and the like.
Owing to restricted bile flow in the liver and gallbladder, the small intestine is restricted in its capacity to digest food properly. This permits substantial amounts of waste matter and poisonous substances, such as cadaverines and putrescines (breakdown products of putrefied food), to seep into the lymphatic ducts. These toxins, along with fats and proteins, enter the body's largest lymph vessel, the thoracic duct,at the cysterna chyli. The cysterna chyli are dilated lymph vessels in the shape of sacks, situated in front of the first two lumbar vertebrae at the level of the belly button.
Toxins, antigens, and undigested proteins from animal sources, including fish, meat, eggs, and dairy foods, as well as leaked plasma proteins, cause these lymph sacks to swell and become inflamed. When the cells of an animal become damaged or die, which happens seconds after it is killed, its protein structures are broken down by cellular enzymes. These so-called 'degenerate' proteins are useless for the body, and they become harmful unless they are promptly removed by the lymphatic system. Their presence usually invites enhanced microbial activity. Viruses, fungi, and bacteria feed on the pooled wastes. In some cases, allergic reactions occur.
When the cysterna chyli(lymph sacks) are overtaxed and congested, the lymphatic system is no longer able to sufficiently remove even the body's own degenerate proteins (from worn-out cells). This results in lymph edema. While lying on the back, existing lymph edema can be felt as hard knots, sometimes as large as a fist, in the area of the belly button. These 'rocks' are a major cause of middle and low back pain and abdominal swelling, and, in fact, of most symptoms of ill health. Many people who have grown a 'tummy' consider this abdominal extension to be just a harmless nuisance or a natural part of aging. They don't realize that they are breeding a living 'time bomb' that may go off some day and injure vital parts of the body. Anyone with a bloated abdomen suffers from major lymph congestion.
Some 80 percent of the lymphatic system is associated with the intestines, making this area of the body the largest center of immune activity. This is no coincidence. The part of the body where most disease-causing agents are combated or generated is, in fact, the intestinal tract. Any lymphedema, or other kind of obstruction in this important part of the lymphatic system, can lead to potentially serious complications elsewhere in the body.
Wherever a lymphduct is obstructed, lymph has also accumulated at some distance from the obstruction. Consequently, the lymph nodeslocated in such an area can no longer adequately neutralize or detoxify the following things: dead and live phagocytes and their ingested microbes, worn-out tissue cells, cells damaged by disease, products of fermentation, pesticides in food, toxic antibodies contained in most plant foods, inhaled or otherwise ingested chemical particles, cells from malignant tumors, and the millions of cancer cells every healthy person generates each day. Incomplete destruction of these things can cause these lymph nodes to become inflamed, enlarged, and congested with blood. Infected material may enter the bloodstream, causing septic poisoning and acute illnesses. In most cases, though, the lymph blockage occurs slowly, without any symptoms other than swelling of the abdomen, hands, arms, feet, or ankles, or sometimes puffiness in the face and eyes. This is often referred to as 'water retention', a major precursor of chronic illness.
Continuous lymphatic obstruction usually leads to chronic health problems. Almost every chronic illness results from congestion in the cysterna chyli. Eventually, the thoracic duct, which drains the cysterna chyli, is overburdened by the constant influx of toxic material and becomes clogged up, too. The thoracic duct is linked with numerous other lymph ducts that empty their waste into the thoracic 'sewer canal'.
Since the thoracic duct has to remove nearly 85 percent of the body's daily-generated cellular waste and other potentially hazardous material, a blockage there causes backing up of waste into other, more distant parts of the body.
When the daily-generated metabolic waste and cellular debris are not removed from an area in the body for a certain length of time, symptoms of disease start to manifest. The following are but a few typical examples of illness indicators that result directly from chronic, localized lymph congestion:
Obesity, cysts in the uterus or ovaries, enlargement of the prostate gland, rheumatism in the joints, enlargement of the left half of the heart, congestive heart failure, congested bronchi and lungs, swelling or enlargement of the neck area, stiffness in the neck and shoulders, backaches, headaches, migraines, dizziness, vertigo, ringing in the ears, earaches, deafness, dandruff, frequent colds, sinusitis, hay fever, certain types of asthma, thyroid enlargement, eye diseases, poor vision, swelling in the breasts, breast cancer, kidney problems, lower back pains, swelling of the legs and ankles, scoliosis, brain disorders, memory loss, stomach trouble, enlarged spleen, irritable bowel syndrome, hernia, polyps in the colon, and others.
The thoracic duct typically empties its detoxified waste contents into the left subclavian vein at the root of the neck. This vein enters the superior vena cava, which leads straight into the heart. In addition to blocking proper lymph drainage from the various organs or parts of the body, congestion in the cysterna chyli and thoraciuct permits toxic materials to be passed into the heart and heart arteries. This unduly stresses the heart. It also allows these toxins and disease-causing agents to enter the general circulation and spread to other parts of the body. Hardly a disease can be named that is not caused by lymphatic obstruction. Lymph blockage, in most cases, has its origin in a congested liver. In the extreme eventuality, lymphomaor cancer of the lymph may result, of which Hodgkin's disease is the most common type.
When the circulatory system begins to malfunction because of gallstones in the liver, the endocrine system starts to be affected as well. The endocrine glands produce hormones that pass directly from the glandular cells into the bloodstream, where they influence bodily activity, growth, and nutrition. The glands most often affected by congestion are the thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal cortex, ovaries, and testes. A more severely disrupted circulatory function leads to imbalanced hormone secretions by the islets of Langerhans in the pancreas and the pineal and pituitary glands. Blood congestion, which is characterized by the thickening of the blood, prevents hormones from reaching their target places in the body in sufficient amounts and on time. Consequently, the glands go into hypersecretion (overproduction) of hormones.
When lymph drainage from the glands is inefficient, the glands themselves become congested. This brings about hyposecretion (lack) of hormones. Diseases related to imbalances of the thyroid gland include toxic goiter, Graves' disease, cretinism, myxoedema, tumors of the thyroid, hypoparathyroidism. Thyroid disorders can also reduce calcium absorption and cause cataracts,as well as behavioral disorders and dementia.Poor calcium absorption, alone, is responsible for numerous diseases, including osteoporosis (loss of bone density). If circulatory problems disrupt the secretion of balanced amounts of insulin in the pancreatic islets of Langerhans,diabetes may develop.
Gallstones in the liver can cause liver cells to cut down protein synthesis. Reduced protein synthesis, in turn, prompts the adrenal glands to overproduce cortisol,a hormone that stimulates protein synthesis. Too much cortisol in the blood gives rise to atrophy of lymphoid tissue and a depressed immune response, which is considered the leading cause of cancer and many other major illnesses.
An imbalance in the secretion of adrenal hormones can cause a wide variety of disorders, as it leads to weakened febrile response (fever) and diminished protein synthesis. Proteins are the major building blocks for tissue cells, hormones, and so forth. The liver is capable of producing many different hormones. Hormones determine how well the body grows and heals.
The liver also inhibits certain hormones, including insulin, glucagon, cortisol, aldosterone, thyroid, and sex hormones. Gallstones in the liver impair this vital function, which may increase hormone concentrations in the blood. Hormone imbalance is an extremely serious condition and can easily occur when gallstones in the liver have disrupted major circulatory pathways that are also hormonal pathways. For example, by failing to keep blood cortisol levels balanced, a person may accumulate excessive amounts of fat in the body. If estrogens are not broken down properly, the risk of breast cancer increases. If blood insulin is not broken down properly, the risk of cancer rises, and the cells in the body may become resistant to insulin, which is a major precursor of diabetes.
Disease is naturally absent when blood flow and lymph flow are both unhindered and normal. Both types of problems - circulatory and lymphatic - can be successfully eliminated through a series of liver flushes and prevented by following a balanced diet and lifestyle.By Andreas Moritz Platinum Quality Author
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September 17, 2014

Natural Cure For Graves Disease

The leading cause of thyroid enlargement in developed countries, Graves disease is an autoimmune disorder that is characterized by dimpled skin, goiter, and an increased production of thyroid hormones in the body. Anti-thyroid drugs, surgery, and radioactive iodine are used to treat Graves disease. However, is there a natural cure for Graves disease?
Thanks to a mixture of traditional medicine and stress relieving techniques, you can avail of a natural cure for Graves disease. There are actually many different groups that offer a package of various stress reduction methods and dietary alterations to fit lifestyles and budgets of different Graves disease sufferers. Thus, there is no single natural cure for Graves disease: if you are afflicted with it, you will have to keep fit, eat healthy, and relax.
Included in a package of techniques for a natural cure for Graves disease is stress reduction therapy, which can be carried out either through low-impact techniques, such as meditation, yoga, and self-hypnosis; or medium-impact techniques, such as stretching or aerobics exercise. Low impact techniques will help you concentrate on your breathing, and allow you to deal with the pain of the disease better.
On the other hand, medium-impact techniques will allow you to sweat and rid your body of toxins, as well as to lose weight and even look and feel better! Such exercise regimens will tame the immune system, which is behind Graves disease. These regimens, moreover, should be paired with avoidance of certain foods that can worsen the disease, such as caffeine, peaches, broccoli, peanuts, and potatoes.By
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September 16, 2014

Acne Prevention - 10 Tips to Help Prevent Acne

There are many ways out there that can help prevent acne from occurring. Acne can be prevented by means of diet, hygiene, skin care, and your surrounding environment.
Here are some simple tips that might be able to help you find a good way to prevent you from acne problems.
Tips #1: Monitor your diet to ensure that you have a healthy detoxing diet to remove unwanted toxins from your internal systems.
Tips #2: Take Multi-Vitamins daily to provide sufficient nutrition to your skin.
Tips #3: Take in food with Vitamin A as it helps protect your skin and prevents acne. Vitamin A also helps reducing sebum production
Tips #4: Ensure that you use proper make-up remover and remove your make-up thoroughly before washing your face.
Tips #5: Wash your face at least twice a day with suitable cleanser based on your skin type. Do not wash your face too frequently as it will cause irritation to the skin.
Tips #6: Drink enough water daily, at least 6-8 glasses to hydrate and clean your skin.
Tips #7: Protect your skin with oil free sunscreen products with at least a SPF 15. Apply it once in the morning before you leave, once after your lunch and once in the evening if you are staying outdoor the whole day. Applying sunscreen only in the morning won't last you throughout the day. Also use sufficient amount to ensure proper protection.
Tips #8: Take in plenty of fruits and vegetables in your daily diet.
Tips #9: Learn to relax when you are stressed as stress will result in hormonal changes which will in turn cause outbreaks of pimples and acne.
Tips #10: Do not try popping your pimples; it will only make it worse.
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September 15, 2014

Eating spicy food or adding spices such as hot peppers to your meal has its own health benefits.
Here we have listed down ten of them:
1 - Aid Weight Loss - Spicy food helps to increase metabolic rate, therefore it aids to increase weight loss.
2 - Lower "Bad" Cholesterol - Research has shown that by adding chili to the diet, the LDL, or bad cholesterol, actually resisted oxidation for a longer period of time, thus delaying the development of a major risk for cardiovascular disease.
3 - Improve Digestion - Study has shown that the spiciness stimulates stomach secretions. This will increase blood flow to the stomach.
4 - Improve Circulation - When you eat spicy food, your body's temperature is raised, therefore, it increases your blood flow and gets your heart pumping. As a result, you sweat which makes in return, cool down your body.
5 - Prevent Cancer - Capsaicin, a chemical found in chili peppers, was shown in laboratory settings that it kills cancer cell in rats.
6 - Improve Heart Health - Hot peppers may help to improve heart health by boosting the body's ability to dissolve blood clots. The capsaicin in peppers also fights inflammation, which has been identified as a risk factor for heart disease.
7 - Improve Sleep Pattern - Researchers have found that people who frequently consumed spicy meals fell asleep more easily, had healthier sleep patterns, and even woke up easier and had more energy throughout the day.
8 - Improve Healing Rate - Turmeric, another chemical found in curry powder speeds up wound healing and assists in remodeling of damaged skin.
9 - Improve Mood - Capsaicin also increases the production of endorphins in the brain and therefore, promote a sense of wellbeing.
10 - Promote Better Breathing - Whether you have flu, cold or respiratory conditions such as asthma, emphysema, chronic bronchitis, sinusitis, eating hot peppers can help you to breathe better by opening up clogged nasal passages.By
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September 14, 2014

Diabetes Management: A Healthy Food Guide

According to the International Diabetes Federation estimates, there were about 65 million people with diabetes in India in 2013. Diabetes is the health condition where blood sugar levels are higher than normal. Blood sugar is also known as blood glucose; it is a crucial source of energy for the body. Insulin is a hormone that helps the body utilize the glucose. If insufficient insulin is produced by the body or it does not respond to insulin, glucose accumulates in the blood resulting in diabetes. The body naturally produces blood sugar from the food we eat and stores in the body. Diabetes can be successfully managed by the combination of a well-planned diet and medication. Use websites that provide free nutrition databases and food labels to look up the nutrition information of food. A healthy balanced diet is essential for diabetes management. The food you eat affects your blood sugar, body weight, and heart health. The three major food groups that contribute calories are carbohydrates, protein, and fat.
Among the food groups, carbohydrates have the maximum effect on blood sugar levels. After meals, the increase in your blood sugar level is determined by the amount of carbohydrate in the food. Nutrition data helps you identify the foods that contain carbohydrates and control portion sizes. Examples of foods rich in carbohydrates are rice, bread, roti, naan, cereals, pasta, grains, starchy vegetables (potatoes), dried beans, lentils, milk, yogurt, fruits, juices, sodas, and desserts. Protein is an essential part of your diet but it does contribute calories. Excessive consumption can result in weight gain and increased fat intake. Lean meats, low-fat or non-fat dairy, and plant-based proteins are good choices. Foods that have a high fat content are also high in calories; which can lead to weight gain. Minimizing saturated and trans fats can reduce the risk of heart disease and support improved weight control. Reliable online nutrition databases also provide the fat content of foods.
Weight loss can also help lower blood sugar levels. Regular exercise and controlling calories can help with weight loss. Utilize free calorie counters to plan your meals. Convenient calorie counting apps on mobile phones help you stay on track when you eat out. Work with a dietitian to create personalized meal plans that fit with your insulin or medication dosage and schedule. A dietitian who understands ethnic diets can work with you to set up effective meal plans.By  
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September 12, 2014

Omega-3 Supplement Alleviates Dry Eye Symptoms

Maintain your tear quality by making lifestyle and nutritional adjustments, such as avoiding excessive exposure to cigarette smoke and consuming large quantities of caffeine or alcohol. Avoiding triggers will ease your Dry Eye discomfort while improving your productivity.
According to Robert Latkany, M.D., "There is a direct link between increased Omega-3 Fatty Acid consumption and a lower incidence of Dry Eye-the latest research is hard to ignore."
Omega-3s are essential Fatty Acids. "Essential" means that, because the body cannot produce them, their inclusion in the diet is vital for good health. The two best sources of Omega-3 Fatty Acids are dark, oily, cold-water fish, and Flaxseed. They deliver a multitude of health benefits, yet, as a population, Americans are Omega-3 deficient. An estimated 83% of Americans do not receive enough Omega-3s in their diet. North Americans have among the lowest dietary intake of Omega-3s in the world.
Benefits of Omega-3 Fatty Acids include management of the following Diseases:
  • Dry Eye
  • Allergies and Asthma
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Cancer (Breast Cancer, Colon Cancer and Prostate Cancer)
  • Tumor Growth Inhibition
  • Crohn's and Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  • Diet, Weight Control, and Obesity
  • Adult and Child Attention Deficit Disorder
  • Cholesterol Reduction
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Arteriosclerotic Diseases
Dry-Vites contain Salmon Oil and Flaxseed Oil; these oils decrease inflammation, stimulate tear production and provide a higher quality tear film by improving the oil layer of the tear film. Dry-Vites provide the Dry Eye Relief you have been searching for. After taking Dry-Vites for 4 - 8 weeks, you will notice less morning eye discomfort and relief that lasts all day long.
A study by the Women's Health Study at Harvard, which included over 30,000 women showed a high intake of Omega-3 Fatty Acids, decreased their risk of developing Dry Eye.
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September 11, 2014

Black Spot Under Toenail Treatments and Prevention

A black spot under toenails can be caused by a few things. If you've recently sustained any sort of trauma to your toenail this could cause a bruise. However, if this is not the case there's certainly a good chance that toenail fungus is the culprit. Fortunately this can be easy to treat and prevent with the right methods.
Fungus on the toenail has many symptoms. Most common is a discoloring of the nail to a yellow, black or brown. Often spots will develop under the nail. Nails will begin losing their clarity. Often a slight smell might come from under the nail. Slight pain when walking on the infected nail is not uncommon.
Treating Your Black Spot Under Your Toenail
It's important you understand that part of treating your toenail fungus is to take preventative measures from ever getting back. You'll need to understand the sources of nail fungus. Wearing tight shoes that have excess moisture leftover in them is one way to get infected. Make sure you air out your shoes if they're exceptionally wet from sweat, wear loose shoes, and get extra absorbent socks to prevent moisture build up. Wear sandals whenever possible around public pool area, gyms, and public showers. Lastly, make sure you do not cut your nails too short. Short nails may cause minor cuts to the toe and increases risk.
There are a few treatment options for nail fungus. I found that prescription drugs were too risky and had many unpleasant side effects including possible liver disease. Over the counter medications did not really help at treating my problem either.
What finally worked for me was dipping my infected nails in store bought beer for 30 minutes per treatment at two treatments a day. This works because beer eats away at the fungus. After my beer treatment I then applied a natural topical solution. This treatment remedy, along with preventative measures, finally cured my nail fungus.
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