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Alzheimer’s disease is tricky because most medical doctors in America will tell you that it’s 70 percent genetic, but that’s wrong. You don’t have to go to medical school for …How much salt should you really be eating?
The sodium contained in salt is necessary for our body to function. It helps to ensure that proper nerve transmission, muscle contraction, and other body functions can take place. At the same …A natural source of antioxidants, this humble plant native to the Middle East is effective in treating stress-related disorders
A study, published in BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, reveals that Fagonia olivieri has antioxidant potential that makes it a prospective treatment for acetaminophen-induced liver …4 Bad ideas that can get you killed when SHTF
In a survival situation, every decision you make is crucial. One wrong move can quickly cost you your life. If you want to survive when SHTF, you should avoid these four bad prepping ideas at all …Eat bad meat and get eaten – by parasites
People think that parasites are only a concern if you eat raw meat, but that’s only the tip of the “big worm.” Parasites are organisms that live on or inside other organisms and …3 Saudi Arabian plants show potential for treating cancer
Despite the countless medical breakthroughs in recent years, cancer is still the majorcause of illness and death around the globe. But according to a study, three plants from Saudi Arabia can be …The Arjun tree holds potential for lowering blood sugar and cholesterol levels
Many different plant-derived medicines are used in the traditional Indian medicinal system. One of these is Arjunarishta, which is produced from hydroalcoholic extracts of the Arjun tree …Some points to consider when buying land for homesteading purposes
Homesteading isn’tas simple as finding a patch of land, purchasing it, dropping some seeds into the soil, and letting a few animals roam around within the property. There are plenty of …Long-term heat therapy found to increase mitochondrial function in the muscles
The loss of mitochondrial function can lead to chronic diseases. According to a press release from the American Physiological Society, it’s possible to restore and boost the function of your …Plant-based diet improves insulin sensitivity in overweight people with no history of diabetes
Overweight people with no history of diabetes should consider following a plant-based diet. A study published in the journal Nutrients found that adhering to a plant-based diet improves insulin …
    

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