Epidemiologists estimate that approximately one-third of all cancer deaths can be attributed to diet. Some eminent scientists believe that vitamin E protects the cell against cancer-inducing agents, particularly those in air pollution and … Read more
Free Range or Free Roaming:
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Will cardio vascular exercise result in a longer life?
Dr.Ubiratan: A human heart is made to contract a specific number of times. Don’t waste this amount on exercises you don’t need, because it will shorten your lifespan. To force your heart to beat more will not make you live longer. Just consider this: driving a car at high speeds will not make the engine drive longer. If you want to live a long life, take a siesta … Read more
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You are what you eat, from your head to your feet. Here are the best foods you can eat that is not only good for your health, but great for your … Read more
Dr. Arthur Agatston is the inventor of the famous South Beach Diet and national bestselling author. Dr.Agatston discusses aggressive prevention that he believes stops heart attacks and strokes. He also discusses why … Read more
Brain is the most complex organ in the human body. It contains 20 billion cells and 300 billion intercellular connections. Brain is like as a central computer – it is responsible for what we feel, think, say, and do. Considering everything it does, the human brain is incredibly compact, weighing just about 3 pounds. There are foods and nutrients that are essential for brain function. Although no one “miracle” food is going to make … Read more
Cholesterol, a lipid found in cell membranes of tissues, can be a cause of concern for health conscious people since high levels can cause major health issues. Cholesterol is insoluble in blood and is carried in the circulatory system by lipoproteins. Low density lipoproteins or LDL builds up cholesterol in the arteries. High density lipoproteins or HDL takes cholesterol out of the … Read more