Articles: Physical Health
Mustard for Health - Speed Up Your Metabolism and
Mustard is known to be very helpful for digestion,
and can help to speed up your metabolism.
Why Do I Have Sugar Cravings?
sugar temporarily elevates the levels of certain neurotransmitters
in our bodies. Do you know what neurotransmitters are? They are
“feel-good” chemicals. Two of the major “feel-good” chemicals
released by eating sugar are:
1. Dopamine, which releases chemicals including endorphins that give
us a feeling of pleasure
2. Serotonin, which produces a feeling of well being.
Living Healthier…Maintaining your pH Balance
If you’re interested in finding out whether
acidification is a problem in your life, there’s good news. The
tests for acidity are both accurate and easy to use. Measuring
urinary pH and/or the pH of your saliva are two good tests that are
available right now. In addition to determining the level of acidity
within the body’s internal environment, pH testing can also give an
inside view of the body’s ability to metabolize acids, which is an
extremely important function.
Stress & Energy by Robert Levert
is the spice of life” says Dr. Hans Selye, the world-famous Canadian
pioneer of stress research, in his book Stress Without Distress.
Without it you would be a vegetable – or dead. Then why can stress
be destructive, causing ulcers, heart disease, and so many other
ailments of modern society?
More About Antioxidants and Free Radicals
The body naturally generates free radicals as a byproduct of energy
production. Free radicals are molecules with at least one unpaired
electron. Paired electrons are stable, while unpaired electrons are
always looking for a mate. As free radicals move through the body,
they steal electrons from other molecules, damaging the cells they
touch. Free radical damage has been linked to many common health
concerns affecting the circulatory, immune and structural systems
Are We Immortal?
Dr. Alexis Carrel, a two-time Nobel
Prize winning scientist who performed the first kidney transplant,
was head of the Rockefeller Research Institute. Under his direction,
they took a small piece of heart tissue from an embryonic chicken
and cultured it in a flask. They provided it with nutrients, oxygen
Studies link antiperspirants to cancer
the link between breast cancer and antiperspirants has been scoffed
at and regarded an urban myth due to a lack of evidence. That was
until British researchers found chemicals used in antiperspirants
and other cosmetic products in breast tumors.
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