five basic ideas (see also previous post featuring Dr. Burkitt): 1) more fiber (good quality bread, celery, apples, hot oatmeal, all leafy vegetables, berries) 2) less fat in particular less (or zero) animal fat 3) less (or zero) sugar 4) less salt 5) no processed foods It’s not just about weight or looking good […]
February 1st, 2013 · Naturopathic News, nutrition, women's health · children's health, gastrointestinal health, healthy diet, men's health, women's health
February 1st, 2013 · Naturopathic News · cardiovascular health, heart disease, prevention, women's health
http://youtu.be/t7wmPWTnDbE it’s short, humorous, and could save your life. Watch it now!
October 13th, 2012 · Naturopathic News · fluoride, infection, men's health, women's health
September 10, 2012, NY Times Popular Antibiotics May Carry Serious Side Effects By JANE E. BRODY Antibiotics are important drugs, often restoring health and even saving lives. But like all drugs, they can have unwanted and serious side effects, some of which may not become apparent until many thousands of patients have been treated.
September 25th, 2011 · Naturopathic News · blood pressure, exercise, women's health
Women now have a target heart rate formula specifically for them thanks to Cardiologist Martha Gulati,MD from Ohio State Medical Center. The usual standard calculation for exercise heart rate is actually based on male only studies. Women, as we all know, are different from men in many ways and exercise heart rate is no exception […]
September 22nd, 2011 · Naturopathic News · addiction, aging, blood pressure, digestive health, exercise, head space, healthy diet, men's health, women's health
Inner Peace Reduces Anxiety 1. Be good to yourself. This is not selfish. It’s the foundation for a more peaceful world. 2. Breathe. Deep, slow breathing creates an ‘alpha’ state, which is an inwardly focused, relaxed, receptive awareness of reality. Allow the time daily for deep breathing and self-reflection. 3. Take care of your body. […]
September 22nd, 2011 · Dr. Kane's Articles · skin care, women's health
The top five foods for healthy skin Americans are shelling out big bucks for expensive cosmetics to treat skin problems such as acne, wrinkles and dryness, but most consumers are overlooking the cheapest, safest and most effective remedies: healing foods. A host of healthy, natural foods offer potent healing and preventative powers to remedy a […]
October 7th, 2010 · Naturopathic News · aches & pains, aging, blood pressure, cancer, chinese medicine, cold & flu, diabetes, digestive health, exercise, headaches, healthy diet, infection, respiratory, weight management, women's health
ABNORMAL SLEEP PERIODS INCREASE CARDIOVASCULAR RISK: A study has shown that, even among healthy people, those who regularly get five hours or less sleep a night have more than double the risk of developing cardiovascular disease. Also, people who regularly get nine or more hours of sleep a night have a greater than fifty percent […]