We all love to occasionally have a glass of wine, beer, cider or cocktail. Although, if you’re a health-conscious individual I guess you’ve wondered what type of impact drinking alcohol has to your overall health. So how much alcohol is too much, how does alcohol affect my system and what are the healthiest alcohol drinks to enjoy? Let’s dive into these questions!
Have you noticed that opening a jar has become increasingly difficult because of pain in your hands, or climbing stairs or walking longer distances results in painful knees? The most common thought which comes to mind is “arthritis”. The two most common forms of arthritis are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis which can both cause similar pains and aches throughout the body.
Stress is an integral part of our life and everyone experiences stress from time to time. It can create an adverse impact on your physical, mental and spiritual health, and affect your personal relationships, career, and social life.
Improving your stress resilience could play a critical role in reducing the impact of stress on your health.
Worldwide, an estimated 19.3 million new cancer cases and almost 10.0 million cancer deaths occurred in 2020. These percentages simply keep going up! The global cancer burden is expected to be 28.4 million cases in 2040, a 47% rise from 2020. I don’t know about you… but these numbers and ever increasing percentages are something that can’t be ignored. The more disease goes rampant the more vigilant we should be with our prevention measures.
You’ve likely seen the ads and heard people talking about collagen. As a matter of fact, it’s one of the top trending ingredients these days. It’s everywhere – on your Instagram newsfeed, inbox, sponsored advertisements… But what’s the buzz all about? Collagen is often promoted as a gut healing supplement, and I have to admit– it’s done wonders for me and my family! We’ve been trying different collagen products for about 2 years, and found many big differences.
Vitamin D deficiency is a global public health issue. It is estimated that nearly 3 billion people suffer from vitamin D deficiency across the world, while 50% of the population has vitamin D insufficiency. Around 75-80% of Americans are deficient in this important vitamin! With the discovery of vitamin D receptors in tissues other than the gut and bone—especially the brain, breast, prostate, and lymphocytes—and the recent research suggesting that higher vitamin D levels provide protection from various diseases.
The concept of humans being electromagnetic has gained prominence in the last few decades. And this concept has given rise to a number of treatments and diagnostic procedures that can bring about remarkable innovation in the field of medicine.
Let us learn what it means to be electromagnetic for humans and how PEMF therapy can use the electromagnetic nature of our body to restore health.
Dandruff is one of the most common complaints related to hair care. It is also a very common cause of hair loss.
There are a large number of anti-dandruff shampoos available in the market that claim to reduce dandruff. However, these shampoos only provide temporary relief without providing lasting solutions.
Hence, there is a need to assess the root cause of dandruff and correct the underlying issues in order to derive long-lasting results.
Oxygen fuels our cells and helps provides the basic building blocks that our bodies need to survive. Oxygen is so important that it leads to our death if we are deprived of it even for a short period of time. Most chronic ailments including diabetes, hypertension, Parkinson’s, and cancer are linked to inflammation that occurs in the vital organs of the body such as the liver, pancreas, brain, and heart. However, not many people know that before chronic inflammation sets in, the tissues could have been subjected to oxygen deprivation.
There are several diseases and symptoms that we tend to ignore just because they are ‘common’. For example; most people think acne is common just because nearly all adolescents get acne breakouts.
Similarly, today, several other conditions like infertility, diabetes, menstrual problems have become common. However, just because an increasing number of people are getting affected by these disorders, it does not mean it is normal to have these health issues.