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“Is coconut oil good or bad for us”

Hello Warren: There is so much conflicting information out there about the health benefits/risks of consuming coconut oil. I stir a little bit (about 1 tsp) into my coffee every morning. I have noticed a great improvement in the health of my skin (less dryness) and hair (re-growth...

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“What can you tell us about infrared saunas?”

Question Hi Warren, Hello Warren, does Infrared Sauna 🧖‍♀️ Work to help us heal? Answer Cathy, My wife is from Finland and sauna, the only Finnish word in the english language, is like a church to them. Every home, apartment and even many businesses have them. There is much research on the benefits of sweating in a sauna: it reduces strokes, benefits the brain and mood, improves endurance, protects the heart, reduces pain and inflammation, improves respiratory function, kills disease causing microbes. Indeed regular sauna uses have less colds and flus in winter. If instead of once a week saunas, you take one four or more times a week you get a decrease of chances of death from heart disease by 50%, high blood pressure by 47%, dementia by 66%, respiratory...

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Winter is the Time to Give Your Kidneys Some Love

In the healing philosophy of the Far East the energy flow in our environment is reflected in our bodies. In the system of the Five Elements, it is the Water Element that corresponds to the night-time in the daily cycle and the winter in the yearly cycle. The organs associated with water and thus winter are the kidneys and the urinary bladder. Isn’t it amazing that your 2 kidneys, which are the size of your fists, can filter you blood, all one and a half gallons of it, 400 times a day! The adrenals are associated with the kidneys and have to do with handling stress and keeping inflammation down. In Chinese Medicine the...

QNRT: Quantum Neuro Reset Therapy

QNRT | Quantum Neurological Reset Therapy QNRT stands for Quantum Neurological Reset Therapy. It is a unique therapy based on the knowledge that unresolved emotional trauma and life patterns lead to imbalances in our lives, eventually causing anything from troubled relationships to major disease. HOW IT WORKS: Emotional shocks and traumas that you experience create challenging dynamics in your nervous system. These events or life patterns simultaneously imprint on your brain, tissues, and psyche. The information is often buried in your subconscious mind and leads to dysfunction in the way you perceive and navigate your life. It also changes the way your body functions, leading to imbalances and disease. QNRT works to resolve emotional shock, traumatic events, and life patterns. By letting go of limiting patterns and emotional...

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What’s in a Burger?

The world of meat-eaters got a rude awakening earlier this year when it was found that meat passed off as beef in the U.K. was actually horse meat. But, if you thought meat in the U.S. was safe from secret ingredients, the bliss of your ignorance may soon be shattered. A recent analysis into several different fast food hamburgers found relatively little meat, and a whole host of other “stuff”.   According to GreenMedInfo, the study was to determine what exactly Americans are eating when they consume their 5 billion hamburgers annually. The burgers, from 8 different fast food establishments, were analyzed by weight and then microscopically for tissue types.   Their analysis found that water constituted about half of the weight of the burgers, with water content ranging...

Sugar Doubles Mortality in Mice

(NaturalNews) In what is arguably the most shocking food study conducted since the Seralini "GMO rats" study released last year, researchers at the University of Utah have found that even a small amount of refined sugar consumption resulted in a doubling of the death rate of female mice.   Fed merely the equivalent of three cans of soda a day, females experienced a 100% increase in death rates, and males experienced a sharp drop in fertility. Males were also found to have impaired ability to hold territory, according to the study authors.   "Our results provide evidence that added sugar consumed at concentrations currently considered safe exerts dramatic adverse impacts on mammalian health," the researchers explain. (SOURCE)   One of the study authors, James Ruff, explained that even though the mice...