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Manage ADHD naturally - 5 things you can do to help your child be healthy and focused

7/18/2015 - If your child is challenged with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, chances are you have both doctors and educators demanding you put your child on medication. Take heart. There are natural ways to help your child. First and foremost, diet plays a crucial and primary role in managing your...

The National School Lunch Program - pros, cons, and how to get your kids eating healthier

7/16/2015 - The National School Lunch Program's supplies meals for over 21 million low-income, food insecure children around the country. For many, it is the only meal they will eat all day, so the USDA created specific guidelines to ensure these students are receiving the most nutritious meal possible. New...

Best ways to achieve a healthy poop

7/7/2015 - You may snicker at the concept that there is actually a way to maintain regularity and achieve a healthy poop, but it is essential not only to promoting a healthy gastrointestinal tract but also to achieving optimal health and vitality. If increased energy and happiness is what you desire, set all awkwardness...

Donald Trump eats organic!

7/2/2015 - Whether you believe in their personal approaches and strategies or not, there is no denying that Donald Trump and Warren Buffet are both financially-savvy men. However, when it comes to a healthy lifestyle, there is one clear winner; Trump's approach to eating right can't be beat when compared to Buffet's...

Chronic health issues? It may be time to go against the grain

6/30/2015 - I really hate food labels, food pyramids, the USDA, and the FDA. (Story by Daisy Luther, republished from TheOrganicPrepper.ca) All of the stuff that they say are good for you are bad for you. And the things they say are bad for you are actually good for you. Here's why: of course, it all boils...

Learn these simple tips for preventing cancer naturally

6/2/2015 - The statistics are pretty staggering, as half of us will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in our lives. The biggest contributing lifestyle factors according to research are obesity and smoking. And as many as one-third of the most common cancer cases could be prevented through clean eating, exercise...

21% of overweight people polled actually believe they are a healthy weight

5/28/2015 - It is easy to become deluded about the state of your health when you look around and nearly everyone is in the same situation. People tend to benchmark themselves against the "normal", and with obesity increasing in many parts of the world, a person who is a little overweight can easily convince himself...

How Jennifer Aniston stays fit, slim and healthy with a busy lifestyle

5/8/2015 - In 2011, former Friends actress Jennifer Aniston was named the "sexiest woman alive" by Men's Health magazine. That same year, Fitness magazine voted her "best body of the year". With her 46 years, Jennifer Aniston has still one of the most toned, slim figures in Hollywood. In the past, there have...

Organic industry is exploding in Wisconsin as demand for clean, healthy food outpaces supply

4/23/2015 - While many people still need convincing that choosing organic foods is better for their own health as well as for the environment, that's not the case for Wisconsin residents. There, the organic industry is taking off in full force due to the high demand for healthy foods. The state, which has the...

Vaccine pusher Paul Offit says aluminum supports a healthy fetus - have vaccine fanatics been brain damaged by toxic metals?

4/17/2015 - Maniac vaccine fanatic Paul Offit of Philadelphia Children's Hospital, who believes that a newborn child is capable of sustaining 10,000 vaccinations at once, now says that aluminum is an essential metal that plays an important role in the development of a healthy baby. This grim reaper of the vaccine...

Opt for healthy, natural treats this Easter instead of toxic GMO candy to save your family's health

4/3/2015 - This Easter may be the time you decide to pass on the high-fructose corn syrup jelly beans instead of sticking to the, "It's a holiday, so it's okay" mentality. While Easter is right around the corner and the excitement is building, so too are unhealthy Easter treats. Just about everywhere you turn,...

Olive oil antioxidant naturally kills all cancer cells tested within an hour

3/26/2015 - The major antioxidant compound found in olive oil is capable of killing cancer cells in less than an hour while leaving healthy cells unharmed, according to a study conducted by researchers from Rutgers University and Hunter College and published in the journal Molecular & Cellular Oncology. The...

Vicious vaccine culture war now being waged against informed, intelligent Americans who seek to protect their children from deadly side effects

3/12/2015 - A critically important, heavily-researched article by Barbara Loe Fisher of the NVIC has been published today. Click here for the original, which we are reprinting below. As this article exhaustively documents and reveals, the vaccine war taking place in America today is actually a "culture war"...

Tropical Traditions begins voluntarily testing their foods for traces of Roundup

3/12/2015 - One of the top healthy food companies in the U.S. has made a bold, customer-conscious decision to scrap all products from its line that contain any traces whatsoever of toxic glyphosate herbicide (Roundup) as part of a new, better-than-organic standards and certification program that sets the bar even...

Foods that promote Candida overgrowth and lead to a leaky gut

3/11/2015 - Obviously, there's sugars. Most everyone who has studied Candida knows that any and all sugars feed yeast. On the other hand, all whole foods contain sugars, and every creature needs sugar to survive, including us. The trick is to eat the unrefined sugars in whole foods that have other nutrients bound...

Measles poses no risk to healthy children, says doctor

2/20/2015 - The scripted media is being used to scare and divide the public over new measles outbreaks. It's always the same unintelligent narrative being pushed: The unvaccinated are putting everyone in danger. Obviously, the push to sell more vaccines is on as fear is used to prey on the population. Contrary...

Students throw away 85% of vegetables as "healthy" school lunch program fails

2/3/2015 - In an effort to provide children with healthier lunches that are in line with the latest dietary guidelines, many schools are involved with programs such as the National School Lunch Program and the School Breakfast Program. Such programs stem from the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act, designed to move...

How mobile food trucks can help provide the hungry with healthy options

2/3/2015 - According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, approximately one in every eight people suffer from chronic undernourishment worldwide, with a rise even in developed countries where easier access to food exists. However, the problem of undernourishment isn't just one of food availability...

Science proves vaccines cause disease - nutrition is the key to a long, healthy life

2/2/2015 4:22:41 PM - The struggle continues into the future: humans versus germs. In the fight against the unseen pathogens, modern medicine thinks it now has the upper hand -- an arsenal of vaccines in its quiver. We are now led to believe that our bodies are incapable of defending themselves on their own. We are told...

Consumer Wellness Center awards eleven grants to help teach food self-reliance, nutrition and healthy food choice to women and children

1/12/2015 - As the Executive Director of the Consumer Wellness Center (www.ConsumerWellness.org), I'm thrilled to announce the 2014 grant recipients who received grant funding from the CWC to promote food self-reliance and nutrition programs all around the world. As Natural News readers know, the CWC is a non-profit...

Avocados are heart healthy fruits that lower bad cholesterol and provide complete protein

1/9/2015 3:05:45 PM - It's common for weight-watching types and cholesterol-concerned folks to shun avocados at restaurants and totally ignore them when shopping at food markets. But that's a mistake. Not only have tests shown that this fruit is packed with nutrition, but it actually lowers LDL cholesterol and helps maintain...

Healthy high-fat diet protects the brain from aging

1/9/2015 - A diet high in healthy fats may actually slow the aging process, including stemming off the brain degeneration associated with Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases, according to a study conducted by researchers from the Center for Healthy Aging, University of Copenhagen and the Nationals Institute of...

Get healthy quickly - avoid these common mistakes that slow down your health goals

12/31/2014 12:44:31 AM - For most people, learning about natural health, which, incidentally, is the only kind of health there is, includes many of these common pitfalls that impede healing. The average person, especially those under 50, can achieve a high level of health very quickly, but it's rare. The reason for this is...

Is Thanksgiving food killing you? How to choose holiday food that's healthy, not toxic

11/26/2014 - This Thanksgiving, I want you to stay healthy while enjoying the celebration of abundance the holiday represents. That means knowing which Thanksgiving foods to enjoy vs. avoid, and that's what this article is all about. To eat in a healthy way on Thanksgiving, you don't have to be a food snob and...

Healthy food for teens

11/26/2014 - Teenagers are often known for their unhealthy eating habits. They will eat anything within reach that tastes good. The teen years are the most important period of time of physical growth and development that sets the body's state for the adult years. During this period of growth, it is crucial that...

Healthy gut flora helps prevent metabolic disorder, improve digestive health, strengthen immunity and more

11/24/2014 5:15:36 PM - Researchers from Georgia State University have used improved technological approaches to further demonstrate the role that healthy gut flora plays in helping prevent metabolic disorder, something which an estimated 34 percent of American adults suffer from. Once healthy gut flora is disrupted, they...

Five rules for living a long, healthy life

11/19/2014 - There's nothing complicated about living to a ripe old age with few health problems. The keys to longevity are clear and simple -- all you have to do is follow five basic rules: Don't smokeDrink in moderationEat healthyExercise dailyKeep your weight downIf it seems as if you've heard all these tips...

Polyunsaturated fats reduce heart disease risk - find out how to add them to your diet

11/17/2014 - Perhaps the most confusing aspect of diet and nutrition revolves around fats and fatty acids. There are many disagreements with what fats are healthy and unhealthy, and very few of the different types of fats have a solid consensus on health. So far, there seems to be consensus on omega-3 fatty acids...

Get rid of body odor naturally by addressing the source

11/17/2014 - There are two things to ask yourself if you have a problem with body odor: Am I healthy? Am I using the right soap and skin care products? You may have noticed "Do I shower often enough" was left out. That's because when the body is healthy, showering is about removing dirt and odors from sources...

80% of heart attacks in men can be prevented through healthy lifestyle behaviors

11/8/2014 - Due to the results of a recent study, researchers stress that people can save a lot of money and preserve their well-being by living a healthy lifestyle. The study examined various aspects of healthy living as well as the rates by which men experienced myocardial infarction (MI) or a heart attack. An...

The dangers of intestinal plaque and how to get rid of it naturally

11/4/2014 - When we think about plaque, we often think about our dental or coronary health. Although these are two things you definitely want to be plaque free, they may not be nearly as important as breaking up plaque in your intestinal system. The ability to do that properly can result in exceptional health benefits...

Hospitals and nursing homes: places of health and healing?

10/26/2014 - Dear reader, you may be familiar with the "Until Every Child Is Well" song from the commercials of a prominent Boston hospital. Just in case you aren't, for review purposes, here is a portion of the song: I wanna give you a world that's free from struggle; Wanna build you a world where you can spread...

Why eating healthy doesn't always result in the health you desire

10/20/2014 - When deciding to finally become healthy, one of the first things we evaluate and change is the food we put in our mouth. After all, nutrition is the fuel our body runs on and to get premium results we need the best fuel, right? Turns out that is only partly true, as many people are figuring out that...

Top ways to keep the body and the environment as healthy as possible

10/17/2014 - With so much competition between brands, many of which cleverly phrase product names and ingredients in misleading ways, it's often hard to keep track of what's truly healthy anymore. Labeling often has mixed messages; for example, we've reported on the fact that the FDA doesn't have a set standard...

Healthy 12-year-old girl dies shortly after receiving HPV vaccine

9/26/2014 - Another young girl has died from Gardasil, the infamous HPV vaccine manufactured by Merck & Co., and the medical establishment claims that it was a fluke. Twelve-year-old Meredith Prohaska from Waukesha, Wisconsin, died just a few hours after getting her Gardasil shot, and her parents are sure that...

5 Healthy food pairings that Supercharge health and diet

9/23/2014 - What if eating the right combinations of foods had the ability to impact the body for the good? Some things just go together well, but inside the body they can pack a powerful punch when paired with the right component. So many people want to go on restrictive diets that are actually not healthy. Having...

Healthy diet at midlife lowers risk of dementia by 90%

9/22/2014 - While studies in the past have acknowledged the role that specific foods play in mental wellness and the reduction of age induced problems such as dementia, a new study looks at the diet as a whole. The findings are a strong indicator that what you eat during midlife will have a powerful impact on...

After taking antibiotics, this is what you need to do to restore healthy intestinal flora

8/28/2014 - Antibiotics kill bacteria. The problem is, our bodies are filled with bacteria, and those microbes are essential to our health. Our gut is home to 300-1000 different species of bacteria that help us digest our food, create and synthesize vitamins, repel invading pathogens, create neurotransmitters,...

Eating healthy meals as a family found to reduce high-risk behaviors in children

8/27/2014 - Studies have shown that when children eat meals with other family members, especially healthy meals, they're less likely to become involved in disordered eating, drug abuse or practice unsafe sex. (1) Considering that up to 15 percent of youth in the United States suffer from depression and approximately...

10 helpful parenting tips for preparing a healthy school lunch

8/20/2014 - As parents begin sending their children back to public school, some are choosing to bypass the cafeteria's pre-planned food schedule, opting to pack their own lunch instead. A nonprofit food science organization, the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) has put together a list of helpful tips to help...

Follow these 10 lifestyle tips to live a healthy, happy life without regret

8/6/2014 - Without exception, everyone is striving to attain more happiness and peace of mind. In fact, everything that we do in life is in one way or another contingent upon increasing our happiness and peace of mind, even though we might not always succeed in attaining it. Here are some proven tips to help...

If GMOs are healthy, why aren't its proponents (Biotech and Big Food) excited about labeling it?

8/3/2014 - Proponents of genetically modified food say that a "GMO" label on foods would mislead people into believing that they are unhealthy or unsafe. Why is that? Are they unhealthy or unsafe?! Proponents of GMO food (investors and manufacturers) have spent millions and millions of dollars to keep them unlabeled,...

Insurance companies punish healthy kidney donors by restricting their health and life insurance options

7/26/2014 - Donating a kidney to someone in need is an issue for insurers, especially life insurance providers. Although the Affordable Care Act (ACA) aka Obamacare forbids discriminating against kidney donors, other health insurers and especially life insurance providers use it to forbid insurance or provide it...

Green PolkaDot Box creates way to feed the world healthy food without harmful GMOs or poisons

7/24/2014 - Several years ago, Natural News announced the launch of the world's first online buying club for organic and non-GMO foods, Green PolkaDot Box, which offers healthy foods and consumer products to the public at wholesale prices. Well, now, this pioneer in clean living is unveiling a new concept that...

Tasty, healthy and sustainable fast food? One chain is on a mission to revolutionize the way we eat on the go

7/12/2014 - Many of us who value health have resigned ourselves to forgoing the convenience and speed of fast food. Beside the horrendously unwholesome menus, most chain restaurants embrace dodgy practices -- such as massive disposable waste, factory farming and questionable additives. Not to mention hormone and...

Healthy diet before pregnancy significantly lowers risk of having preterm birth later

6/16/2014 - New research conducted at the University of Adelaide and published in The Journal of Nutrition has shown that women who consumed a poor diet before conceiving had roughly 50 percent higher risk of having a preterm birth as compared to those who ate a healthy diet. This is the first piece of research...

Misguided D.C. bureaucrats to levy new tax on gym memberships and yoga studios; 'punishing healthy lifestyles'

6/13/2014 - As the price of medical care and health insurance skyrockets, and with mandated health insurance taxes looming, many people are looking to implement healthy lifestyles to prevent sickness and disease. Yoga is growing in popularity, providing positive health benefits that instill good breathing patterns,...

Keep kidneys healthy by drinking wine

6/12/2014 - After long getting bad press for its harmful effects, alcohol is now getting a second look. Recently, researchers have found that, in some cases, drinking alcohol can have real health benefits that are difficult to replicate in such a relaxing manner elsewhere. While health experts have, for years,...

Healthy social relationships are crucial for good physical, mental and emotional health

5/29/2014 - The saying goes that "no man is an island." While the fact that humans are social creatures is well-known and accepted, the effect that social relationships could have on physical, mental and emotional health could well be very much underestimated by most people. Social relationships influence physical...

Hibiscus tea is excellent to maintain healthy cholesterol and blood pressure levels

5/27/2014 - Hibiscus is a greatly appreciated herb that usually grows in tropical areas around the globe. It was first discovered in Angola but its pleasing taste has become very popular through time amongst the North African, Middle Eastern and even European populations. It just also happens to be the state flower...

Fiddleheads: the antioxidant-rich, healthy vegetable with an unusual name

5/21/2014 - Fiddleheads, which are included in many Asian dishes, are also a popular springtime health food in Canada and New England thanks to their powerful anti-inflammatory and hormone-regulating abilities. The vegetable, appropriately named for its resemblance to the neck of a violin, is actually part of a...

Cleansing for a healthy pregnancy

5/13/2014 - Pregnancy is the most important time in a woman's life. The state of a woman's body has direct relation to her ability to conceive as well as on the health of her growing baby. A woman's choice prior to getting pregnant has lasting effects on the health and development of the baby. Preparing the body...

Conventional 'yogurt' is junk food disguised as health food

4/24/2014 4:14:39 PM - Thanks to greater awareness surrounding the dangers of food that's processed and doused with pesticides, consumer attitudes have blossomed from an interest to a demand when it comes to knowing what's in our food and understanding what's healthy. However, consumers aren't the only ones who've changed...

Gluten, aspartame and canola oil - an American 'recipe' for health disaster

4/24/2014 4:02:07 PM - God bless America and your right to choose between healthy living and slow death by chemical consumption, if only you knew how. Where are the warnings about canola oil choking your cells and fueling cancer? Where are the hazardous waste signs on the product labels that contain aspartame, letting consumers...

Texas woman becomes weight loss sensation after ditching diets, losing 160 pounds with healthy food choices

4/21/2014 - Forget fat diets... and don't leap into unhealthy shortcuts like bariatric surgery. The new weight loss paradigm is based on making informed, daily choices about healthy eating. Using this simple system of avoiding liquid sugars and eating whole foods like quinoa and fresh vegetables, a Texas woman...

The body naturally craves healthy foods

4/20/2014 - What would people eat if they knew nothing of the temptations of freshly baked pastries and junk foods? According to Esther Hicks, the inspirational speaker of Abraham-Hicks that aims to instill messages of health and positivity to the masses, people would just crave "natural things." No GMOs, no...

Positive thoughts are connected to making healthy food choices

4/17/2014 - Can thinking positively drive people to make healthier food choices? According to experts, the answer is yes. James Twyman, a bestselling author who believes people can attract everything they want in life, agrees that how people think can propel their life for better or worse. He feels that in addition...

Blockbuster new study: Vegetarians are less healthy than meat eaters in key health categories

4/16/2014 - Vegans take note: A blockbuster new study from Austria which is sure to send shock waves and generate massive denials among vegetarians has concluded that people who eat only vegetables are less healthy in key health categories and have a poorer quality of life than people who include some meat in their...

How to overcome the fear of failure to lead a healthy, wealthy and balanced life

4/6/2014 - Maybe you've been convinced that organic food is not the answer to so many health problems. Could you be sabotaging yourself, or your "better half"? Some couples are afraid that the other person might escape an unhealthy lifestyle, and they'll be left with too many choices, feeling overwhelmed and actually...

Vitamin A derivative helps turn precancerous cells back into healthy ones

4/5/2014 - One of the chemicals that the body produces from vitamin A can turn precancerous cells back into healthy cells, even on a genetic level, according to a study conducted by researchers from Thomas Jefferson University and published in March 2014 in the International Journal of Oncology. The research...

Five steps for keeping your sugar intake to a minimum

3/23/2014 - If you thought you were doing a pretty good job at controlling your sugar intake, you might not being doing as well as you think. Or, more precisely, you might not be limiting sugar enough, at least according to the World Health Organization (WHO). New guidelines issued recently by WHO say that...

Bernando LaPallo of Mesa, Arizona is 112 years young and is happy and healthy too

3/14/2014 - Do you juice greens with a vegetable juicer and make smoothies with organic fruit regularly? Maybe you should. Are you 100 years young and happy, and in your kitchen bouncing around, making your own food and still promoting your way of life? You could be. What is the secret to longevity? Where is...

How to eat healthy when dining out

2/21/2014 - For health conscious individuals, eating out at restaurants has always been tricky. Today, more and more places are beginning to provide organic and nutrient dense options. One of the biggest challenges people have as they begin to lead a healthier lifestyle has to do with social outings and restaurants. When...

Allopathic doctors in America have dollar signs in their eyes over healthy elderly patients

2/20/2014 - What happens to you if you are fairly healthy, over 75 years of age and self-sufficient, and you go to the doctor or hospital because you have asthma, develop bronchitis, catch a virus or get pneumonia? Do doctors take advantage of the elderly, even after running tests and finding nothing wrong? Do...

Experts provide healthy tips during American heart month

2/7/2014 - February is American Heart Month, dedicated to educate people about the importance of keeping their heart healthy. The urging to take care of our heart is embraced across the nation, and for good reason. According to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), "Every year, about 715,000 Americans...

Skip all cold breakfast cereals and replace with 'real food' for a healthy start to your day

2/4/2014 - Breakfast cereals are a multi-billion dollar industry. Unpublished studies have shown that rats eating the boxes of cereals lived longer than those eating the cereal itself. The large corporate food industry with its many lobbyists have successfully kept all research on the dangers of cold cereals out...

Healthy benefits of eating broccoli

12/12/2013 - In order to prevent arteries from clogging, researchers from Imperial College London suggest consuming at least one cup of broccoli daily. Their research findings concludes that there is a chemical in leafy green vegetables, as well as broccoli, that offers protective measures for the heart, including...

Five healthy vegetables you should be eating in winter

11/14/2013 - Winter is fast approaching. During the winter months, your body needs extra vitamins and minerals to help combat cold weather and illness and to maintain your good health. Sure, these vitamins can be found in supplements and over-the-counter vitamins, but instead of filling your body with pills, why...

Research proves chlorella has antioxidative effects, 'should be included as a key component of a healthy diet'

11/12/2013 - In addition to its disease-fighting and nutritional benefits, research shows that chlorella is a powerful antioxidant that even boosts immune system function in healthy people. Chlorella, a variety of single-celled cyanobacteria, has long been consumed as a nutritional supplement in Asian countries,...

How to stay healthy despite seasonal changes

11/10/2013 - Seasonal changes are often associated with nagging illnesses. The key to staying healthy through seasonal shifts is to transform your diet, lifestyle choices and routines into a potent seasonal medicine. Autumn is the season for condensing, conserving and concentrating the life force. To maintain...

Nine healthy winter foods to include in your diet

11/8/2013 - Several foods give the body nutrients that actually help to promote wellness, and this is very important during the winter months when many illnesses circulate through the population. Being able to get fresh fruits and vegetables, even in the dead of winter, is a great advantage in today's world. Fresh...

Super healthy sweet potatoes are good for more than just baking (includes 2 recipes)

11/3/2013 - Sweet potatoes, or yams, are among the world's healthiest foods and most delicious foods. Their health benefits, including weight management and cancer fighting abilities, far exceed those of ordinary white and yellow fleshed potatoes. They are great sources of vitamin A and also contain vitamin B6,...

Healthy gut bacteria help body regrow intestinal cells, surprised researchers discover

10/31/2013 - It is becoming common knowledge that the human intestinal system is dependent upon a diverse and populous mix of beneficial bacteria in order to maintain strong immunity and to function as designed. But new research out of Georgia has shown, perhaps for the first time, that natural gut bacteria is also...

The many health benefits of Fall's healthy harvest

10/29/2013 - With the cooler temperatures, changing leaves, and the holidays in full swing it is time to bring fall's healthy harvest to the table. Many of the foods typically grown in the fall season are packed with nutrients. However, we may need to find alternative ways to enjoy them instead of smothered with...

What's a good diet for a healthy, breastfeeding mom?

10/24/2013 - Congratulations! You did it! You've made it through pregnancy and childbirth, two marathons to be proud of, for sure. Now you may be wondering about what adjustments to make to your diet while you breastfeed. The short answer is: eat a well-balanced diet for your health. Healthy mom = healthy baby....

How to lose belly fat and maintain a healthy weight with honey

10/12/2013 - Believe it or not, the holiday season is almost upon us - and with it, the usual overindulgence and weight gain. But we can take action to offset the damage. Armed with a simple daily detox drink and metabolism-boosting remedies, we can keep our waistlines in check and ensure all the festivities won't...

Natural tips for healthy nails

9/24/2013 - A lot of problems can contribute to unattractive nails, from a lack of nutrients to a biting habit. When you chew your nails, you not only make them look bad, you also invite infections. Even if you don't chew them, poor eating habits rob your body of the nutrients it needs for strong, healthy nails. Brittle,...

Schools drop out of healthy lunch program citing decreased revenue

9/18/2013 - The Associated Press has reported that, after only one year, several schools may be dropping out of the healthy federal lunch program, a program that requires school meals to meet specific sodium and calorie intakes. Schools who follow these requirements, laid out by the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act...

Healthy gut bacteria prevent obesity: Study

9/16/2013 - The key to shedding those excess pounds and achieving that lean figure you have always dreamed about could be as simple as eating more bacteria. A new study out of Washington University in St. Louis has found that maintaining healthy and balanced gut bacteria -- that is, the beneficial microbes that...

Top five fats for a healthy body and mind

9/16/2013 - Fat has become somewhat of a blacklisted word in the eyes of the grocery shopper. A leery eye is poised to locate and eliminate any product from consideration that has what they deem to be excess fat content. While it may be true that the fats in labeled food products often contain the type we want...

Five so-called 'healthy' snacks to avoid

9/14/2013 - As the nation's collective waistline continues to expand, it has become more important than ever to educate yourself as to what sorts of foods truly are and are not healthy for you, despite what their labeling says or whether they are touted as "healthy." That is especially important for snacks that...

Three incredibly healthy reasons to eat the 'food of the gods'

9/9/2013 - The ancient Incas, Mayans, and Aztecs considered cacao (ka-cow) a source of power. The scientific name for the cacao (or cocoa) bean is Theobroma cacao, which literally translates as "Food of the Gods". Raw chocolate or cacao is the unprocessed seed or bean form of chocolate. Cacao grows on trees...

What makes couscous healthy?

9/6/2013 - In order to understand if couscous (koos-koos) is healthy, one needs to understand just what denotes a healthy food choice, the definition of healthy food and what nutrients couscous contains. Preparation is the KeyMany times, a healthy food can become unhealthy when it is prepared in an unhealthy...

Four-year-old girl living in subsidized housing gets to keep vegetable garden, no thanks to USDA

9/5/2013 - One young girl's fight to keep her small vegetable garden, which had previously been threatened for elimination by a subsidized housing complex funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Rural Development Agency, has ended in victory. After thousands of health freedom warriors petitioned...

Choose to be healthy and keep pounds off over the weekend

8/30/2013 - There is a lot of advice on "keeping pounds off over the weekend," but most of it falls flat and leaves a feeling of defeat on Monday. Anything that focuses on depriving yourself creates a feeling of deprivation. You can totally relax yourself until Sunday evening, maybe you will eat and drink extravagantly...

Autism linked to deficiency in healthy gut bacteria: Research

8/23/2013 - Parents and caregivers of autistic children have been saying it for decades, and now the scientific community is finally catching up with reality: gastrointestinal abnormalities are a common marker associated with the diagnosis of an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). And a new study recently published...

Top tips for natural, healthy weight loss

8/10/2013 - The condition of being overweight and/or obese is an epidemic in America. The best solution is not dangerous drugs nor fad diets but rather losing weight naturally. The main tools for natural, healthy weight loss are: herbs for weight loss; other natural remedies for weight loss; and natural weight...

Dying to be healthy - Many protein powders laced with heavy metals, MSG

8/8/2013 - Commercial protein powders and shakes are a popular choice among fitness crowds as well as busy professionals, moms and pregnant women. On the surface, these expedient snacks and meals appear innocent, but upon closer examination, are fraught with health harming toxins. Whether contaminated with heavy...

Experts endorse nutrient-packed pine nuts for weight loss, healthy heart

8/3/2013 - Nutritionists from Washington recently announced the significant role of pine nuts in ensuring health and wellness over and above their value as a flavoring ingredient in Mediterranean and Italian cuisines. Results of a series of independent scientific analyses of its components revealed that the popular...

Top 5 healthy foods that fight sugar cravings

8/2/2013 - Sugar cravings and eating too many foods that contain sugar may cause health problems such as diabetes, obesity, and heart disease. If one gives in to his sugar cravings, the sugary foods that he ate will cause his blood sugar to increase quickly and then crash. The blood sugar crash then makes him...

Five restaurant mistakes you should avoid

8/1/2013 - A recent article published in Health Magazine revealed some common restaurant mistakes that healthy people on a diet might make unconsciously, impeding their quest for weight loss. Listed here are 5 of the most common mistakes healthy people make. Mistakes you didn't realize you did

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Sound sleep habits and healthy lifestyle reduces risk of fatal heart attack by nearly eighty percent

7/22/2013 - Most people understand the importance of getting a good night's sleep to feel refreshed and alert the next morning. Experts repeatedly recommend sleeping seven to nine hours each night in a quiet, totally dark environment to stimulate the production of melatonin to enhance the quality of sleep and allow...

You need guts to be happy no matter what: The importance of a healthy digestive system for enhanced immunity

7/13/2013 - A healthy gut is a sign of overall health and well-being. Science has established that there is a definitive link between the brain and the gut, which is why the gut has been rightly named "the second brain". Expressions such as "butterflies in my stomach" and "gut wrenching" are actually saying...

Five healthy snacks you can enjoy without guilt

7/11/2013 - The phenomenon of guilt involving eating is just a state of mind. Why would someone feel guilty when all he wanted to do is eat? The hype about guilt-free eating has been misinterpreted by many to mean not eating at all. Self-deprivation does more damage to the psychological balance in our bodies than...

Obamacare to punish healthy eaters as insurance rates double or triple for those who choose to take care of their health

7/2/2013 - According to an analysis just published by the Wall Street Journal, healthy people will pay double or triple their current health insurance rates under Obamacare. Rates for those with chronic disease, however, will be reduced as all the healthy people subsidize their disease lifestyles. The net effect...

Don't be brainwashed into believing these common healthy eating myths

6/28/2013 - Formulating a healthy eating plan that is both balanced and nutritious can be difficult in today's world, especially when the guidelines pertaining to what constitutes healthy food vary dramatically depending on who you ask. Consequently, there are several healthy eating myths of which you will want...

Top heart-smart foods for cleaning arteries, supporting healthy circulation and building cardio

6/26/2013 - Certain specific foods in each food group are known for cleaning arteries, promoting a healthy circulatory system, preventing heart disease, and reducing blood pressure. Add these foods to your diet to manage your weight and build a healthy heart and circulatory system. Check out the following recommendations...

Medical madness: UK man follows Angelina Jolie's lead, has healthy prostate removed because of 'faulty' gene

6/24/2013 - Paranoid men everywhere have become dollar signs in the eyes of the conventional cancer industry, which is now using the mainstream media to market self mutilation to the masses as a form of "cancer prevention." Many people are already aware of actress Angelina Jolie's recent decision to have her healthy...

Protect yourself from prostate cancer by simply changing your diet

6/19/2013 - A new study out of California has identified some practical steps that men can take to avoid developing prostate cancer, and all of them involve making simple dietary changes. Researchers from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) discovered that men who eat more nuts, seeds, avocados,...

High-calorie foods that are good for you (but consume in moderation)

6/15/2013 - When we're attempting to lose weight, it goes without saying that we're going to skip the cheesecake, avoid fried foods and pass on the sweets. However, there are quite a few foods that, while healthy, are also extremely high in calories. In fact, by watching calories carefully and limiting the amount...

The power to the people has begun

6/8/2013 - When we talk about "power to the people", the thought of a revolution comes to mind. When we think of a revolution we think of the masses in the streets carrying weapons of all sorts going up against corrupt government officials and agencies. It makes for a good movie but for a reality disaster. But...

Job-related stress is a significant risk factor in the development of heart disease

6/2/2013 - Heart disease is a largely preventable chronic illness that is the leading killer of men, women and children in many western societies. Researchers and alternative medical experts have identified a long list of dietary and lifestyle factors that work together to promote development of the disease and...

Healthy Father's Day gifts

5/28/2013 - While dress ties and baseball game tickets are always a nice gift, take this opportunity to show how much you love and care for Dad by giving him something that improves his health. Here are a couple ideas that are sure not to disappoint him on Father's Day and will boost his overall wellness profile. "All-natural"...

Article updated with new message from the Health Ranger

5/20/2013 - The article which originally appeared here has been removed because it is no longer aligned with the science-based investigative mission of Natural News. In late 2013 / early 2014, Mike Adams (the Health Ranger), editor of Natural News, transitioned from outspoken activist to environmental scientist....

Article updated with new message from the Health Ranger

5/15/2013 - The article which originally appeared here has been removed because it is no longer aligned with the science-based investigative mission of Natural News. In late 2013 / early 2014, Mike Adams (the Health Ranger), editor of Natural News, transitioned from outspoken activist to environmental scientist....

Incredible! NYT pushing toxic cancer drugs for healthy women who have no cancer

4/27/2013 - A taxpayer-funded government task force has issued new guidelines that literally urge healthy women to take toxic cancer drugs "preventively" in order to allegedly decrease their risk of developing breast cancer. As recently promoted by The New York Times (NYT), these shocking new recommendations from...

Minority groups bought off in Portland as part of water fluoridation campaign

4/27/2013 - Taking a page from national political parties and federal lawmakers, an Oregon group trying to convince Portland residents to approve adding fluoride to the city's drinking water has taken to buying off key constituencies for their support. It seems like all aspects of American government are for sale...

Children's dislike of healthy foods may pose a serious threat to their future - Learn to help them eat healthier

4/26/2013 - Children's dislike of healthy foods may pose a serious threat to their future. Parents, especially health-conscious parents, knowing that they are the greatest influences on their children's habits, can feel pressured to correctly instill healthy eating patterns. If you want to help your children...

Vitamin D supplements influence genes in healthy individuals, could stop cancer, heart disease

3/24/2013 - Mounting research shows that huge numbers of people are deficient in vitamin D - and that a deficiency of that vitamin could be linked to all sorts of health problems, many of them serious. But could taking vitamin D supplements benefit people who appear to be healthy? The answer is a resounding "yes." Research...

Healthy baby kidnapped in Minnesota, force-fed drugs by medical community and court system

3/13/2013 - A precious baby boy from Minnesota became the latest victim of state-sponsored medical terrorism recently after Child Protective Services (CPS) forcibly abducted the otherwise healthy child from his birth mother and her family right after his birth. Rico Martinez Nagel, born December 19, 2012, has had...

Seven of the best raw foods to add to your diet now

2/27/2013 - The health benefits of eating certain foods raw are numerous, as raw foods are essentially living foods that contain live enzymes, undamaged nutrients, and alkaline-forming compounds that help nourish and cleanse the body. And you do not necessarily have to take the leap to a completely raw diet to...

Vitamins A, D and K2 build healthy bodies but are missing in modern diets

2/22/2013 - The fat soluble vitamins A, D and K2 are essential for building strong healthy bodies. These vitamins work together and also help to absorb other essential minerals such as zinc and magnesium which are required for optimal functioning. Fat soluble vitamins support bones, teeth and a healthy immune system....

Discover the seven habits of exceedingly healthy people

2/20/2013 - Ever marvel over friends, family members or colleagues who never seem to get sick? They breeze through flu epidemics, office stomach bugs and colds totally unscathed. It truly makes you wonder: Is there a secret to outstanding health in the middle of the coughing, sneezing and miserably ill masses?...

The Health Ranger's guide to raising healthy, happy chickens without antibiotics

1/23/2013 - Raising chickens is smart. It provides you a healthy supply of food in the form of chicken eggs, and you'll even have a source of emergency meat if times get really bad. Chickens largely take care of themselves. They're friendly, curious and smart enough to come running when you call them. They'll...

DNA doesn't lie: Happy children become healthy adults

1/19/2013 - It sounds like science fiction but it is a scientific fact. A happy childhood leads to a healthy adult life. This is what scientists found when they examined the effects of childhood adversities to DNA. They found that the tiny protective caps of our chromosomes, which are called telomeres, shorten...

Top 25 healthy muscle building foods

1/16/2013 - So many of us are concerned with staying trim and fit by eating right and doing cardiovascular workouts that we overlook the importance of building and maintaining muscle mass through diet and exercise. Having a lean and muscular physique provides many benefits. One of the most important is that muscle...

Want to avoid the flu epidemic? Here's how to stay healthy with elderberry

1/13/2013 - A versatile herb, black elderberry (Sambucus nigra) has been known throughout the ages as a potent immune booster -- tackling colds and influenza, heart disease and even cancer. Used for centuries as a folk remedy in North America, Europe, Asia and North Africa, modern science has begun to take notice...

New research shows how healthy eating affects health and longevity

1/9/2013 - Have you ever wondered how and why certain people seem to appear either younger or much older than their actual chronological age? Certainly genetic inheritance has some impact on aging, development of chronic conditions and longevity, but an abundance of new research is demonstrating through the science...

Seven healthy habits to begin in the new year

1/4/2013 - Now that this long holiday season is over, it's time to review our resolutions or contemplate how we should begin working toward changing our bad health habits into good ones. If you haven't made any resolutions yet, or if you're questioning the integrity of what you've considered, here are seven suggestions...

Oregano keeps chickens healthy and disease-free naturally

1/2/2013 2:30:47 PM - More conventional farmers, both small and large, are beginning to ease off antibiotic use on their animals. Pharmaceutical antibiotics had become popular as CAFOs (confined animal feeding operations) came into existence. Antibiotics began being used to keep poultry and livestock free from infectious...

How to build healthy bones at any age without prescription drugs

12/24/2012 - The key to maintaining healthy, strong bones does not necessarily involve taking high-dose calcium supplements or medicating yourself with osteoporosis drugs. Both of these approaches, in fact, can cause more harm than good if used indiscriminately, especially when other dietary and lifestyle factors...

Many women clueless about healthy weight gain during pregnancy

12/14/2012 - Most women do not know how much weight they are supposed to gain during pregnancy, according to a study published in the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. "Pregnancy is an important time that influences being overweight in both mothers and their babies," said researcher...

Seven tips for staying sane, healthy and stress-free during the holidays

12/6/2012 - Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the other end-of-year holidays that people commonly celebrate are meant to be a joyous time of gathering together with friends and family, enjoying delicious food, and exchanging gifts. But along with all these festivities can come a whole lot of busyness, stress, and fatigue,...

10 easy healthy eating tips to avoid packing on the pounds this holiday season

11/21/2012 - It's that time of year again. The time between Thanksgiving and the New Year's is associated not only with "Deck the Halls" and "Trim the Tree," but also with over-eating and over-indulging. During the six weeks of back-to-back holidays that includes Thanksgiving, Kwanza, Hanukkah, Christmas, and New...

Probiotics help bolster immunity, repair intestinal health, and support healthy pregnancy

11/20/2012 - The microflora in the gut is intimately linked with the health and immunity of individuals of all ages, health statuses, and environments. Hundreds of different species (both beneficial and pathogenic) live symbiotically in the colons of humans. The beneficial microbiota are known to produce vitamin...

Cocoa butter is not just for chocolate anymore - Discover the healthy secrets behind this sensuous food

11/10/2012 - Need another reason to love the cacao bean? As it turns out, cocoa butter has its own set of health enhancing properties apart from cocoa. External use of the butter clears everything from psoriasis to dermatitis to eczema, while conditions such as fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, heart disease...

A tight budget can be a healthy budget

11/4/2012 - Many people believe that it is relatively expensive to maintain a healthy or all-natural diet, suggesting that processed and preservative-filled foods are the only options for lower income families. A first-of-its-kind study by the Environmental Working Group; however, has proved that it is not only...

Five tips for healthy eating while traveling for the holidays

11/3/2012 - The time from Thanksgiving to New Years is the most traveled month of the year. Even with the TSA nonsense at airports and increasing TSA presence at train stations, more people will continue the tradition of getting together with family members at some time during the holiday period. Some of us...

Vitamin D: How to maintain healthy levels during winter

10/22/2012 - Now that winter is setting in, your vitamin D level is dropping just when you need it the most. In fact, the average American's level will drop well into the deficiency zone, increasing risk of illness, cancer, and a host of other health problems. Fortunately, latest research has provided some very...

Maqui - A rebellious little berry that tames inflammation, prevents cancer and supports a healthy heart

10/15/2012 - Could a small purple berry fuel unlimited stamina, heal innumerable health complaints and turn back the hands of time? Maqui berry can do all of this and more. The fierce Mapuche warriors indigenous to Chile attribute their strength, vigor and unconquerable spirit to this little known South American...

Five best healthy foods for lowering your stress levels fast

9/26/2012 - Most of us would agree that life is a busy endeavor, which can lead to lots of stress. And the busier we get, the more stress we have to deal with. Fortunately, there is a medicine-free way in which you can reduce a significant portion of that stress, all from the comfort of your own kitchen and...

Edible schoolyards and healthy cooking lessons - Growing fresh solutions for childhood obesity

9/19/2012 - Purple carrots, raspberry bushes and a bounty of schoolyard-grown vegetables are sprouting up around the nation. Edible schoolyards are teaching children about sustainability, nutrition and the fun of growing, cooking and eating their own food. As more of these gardens germinate from an idea to a full...

Why does conventional medical treatment lead to chronic illness?

9/18/2012 - Most doctors and patients have some awareness of the concept of suppression as it applies to medicine - but what is it really and what impact does it have upon health? The average person tends to describe suppression in immunologic terms; in other words, it is believed to be a type of weakening of...

Five healthy lifestyle modifications that lower hypertension risk by two-thirds

9/10/2012 - Hypertension or high blood pressure is one of the most significant risk factors for cardiovascular disease, leading to an estimated 15 percent of all deaths worldwide each year. Excessive blood pressure causes micro-cracks in the inner lining of arterial walls, leading to a cascade of serious health...

Healthy meat consumption 101 - How to distinguish good meats from bad meats

9/4/2012 - Vegetarians who personally avoid eating meat for health reasons will sometimes suggest to their friends that, in general, eating meat is harmful to health. But the all-encompassing term "meat" is a misnomer, as there are many different kinds of meat that a person can eat -- conventional, feedlot-based...

Low-carbohydrate diets make you lean and healthy, systematic review shows

8/30/2012 - The amount of research on low-carbohydrate diets have skyrocketed the last couple of years; mostly due to the increased popularity of carbohydrate restriction and the "overwhelming" amounts of anecdotal reports from people following these types of diets. Individuals who adhere to a low-carbohydrate...

Better indoor environmental quality in healthy homes means better health

8/24/2012 - North Americans spend 90 percent of their time indoors, sucking in air that has two to five times more pollutants than outdoor air (in some cases 100 times more). Given those statistics, it's surprising that so much thought is given to reducing smog and cleaning up outdoor air, when relatively little...

Children who eat healthy diets have a higher IQ, study finds

8/9/2012 - Children who are breastfed and eat healthy foods during childhood experience better physical development than children who eat poor diets. It has also been speculated that the consumption of quality foods leads to a higher IQ, but few long-term studies have been done until now. Researchers at the University...

Chemotherapy backfires - causes healthy cells to feed growth of cancer tumors

8/7/2012 - Ever since chemotherapy was introduced into the practice of western medicine, doctors and oncologists have been trying to answer this nagging question: Why does chemotherapy seem to work at first, but then cancer tumors cells grow back even more aggressively while the body becomes resistant to chemotherapy? It...

10 Healthy Eating Travel Tips

7/31/2012 - Whether you are planning a "stay-cation" or an elaborate vacation to a exotic foreign land, eating away from home always presents a few obstacles. Maintaining your at-home healthy eating habits and avoiding the pitfalls travelers often face, can be a challenge. Preplanning is the key, which can mean...

Less time sitting can add two healthy years to your life

7/14/2012 - Many people believe they must engage in strenuous physical activity to achieve optimal fitness and prevent illness. While exercise is certainly important to health, new research provides a different perspective about the negative effects of sitting for extended periods and how we can make small changes...

Healthy oils suppress Breast Cancer

6/20/2012 - Women that are on the Breast Cancer journey must be clear about certain dietary restrictions. There is the obvious list of "Foods to Avoid", such as sugar, processed foods, and hormone injected meats. However, there seems to be a lot of confusion about what types of oils are beneficial for Breast Cancer...

Germ theory delusions collapse as new science reveals healthy people carry 10,000 different germ strains at all times

6/19/2012 - The human body is essentially a "germ" factory, but this is not necessarily a bad thing. A new study published as a series of reports in the journals Nature and Public Library of Science (PLoS) debunks the widely believed germ theory, or the belief that all germs are "bad," by showing that the average,...

Seven tips for healthy parenting

6/17/2012 - In today's 'arrested development' culture where adults go into their 20's and beyond behaving like children while the actual children rule over their squeamish, indecisive parents with little candy-coated fists, the fact that something is seriously wrong couldn't be more clear. We live in society where,...

Rawesome bombshell: Lab test evidence against Sharon Palmer (Healthy Family Farms) found invalid; allegations unsupportable

6/4/2012 - Following our coverage of Sharon Palmer, owner of Healthy Family Farms, and James Stewart, the "raw milk man" and founder of Rawesome Foods in California, I received a tip from an anonymous source. The tip said that I was defending the wrong parties. The source stated that Sharon Palmer was a fraud...

Fact or Fiction: School lunch programs equal child abuse

5/31/2012 - Childhood obesity is a worldwide epidemic with about 22 million children (under age 5) - overweight. In the United States, one out of every three kids is overweight or obese causing type-2 diabetes, high blood pressure, arthritis and even cardiovascular disease. How do most policy makers, school officials...

Boycott junk food in schools - California mandates set a healthy eating example

5/28/2012 - Legislation in California has set limits on what foods can be sold as competitive foods in their public schools. Competitive food sales include snack bars and kiosks, a la carte cafeteria purchases, and vending machines. The restrictions deal with lowering added sugars and fat contents and even excluding...

Should the FDA approve Big Pharma marketing drug treatments to healthy people?

5/21/2012 - This week, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will consider allowing an anti-HIV drug to be promoted to otherwise healthy, HIV-free people as a purely preventative measure for the first time. If approved, Gilead Sciences will be able to market Truvada to anyone who might be considered "at risk"...

USDA to issue new guidelines limiting amount of sugar, salt, and fat in foods sold at public schools

5/1/2012 - Pressure from consumer and non-profit groups to eliminate all forms of "junk" food from public school lunch rooms across America has led the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to pursue drastic new food restriction measures that are set to be enacted this summer. According to Reuters, the USDA is...

Heart disease risks lowered by five lifestyle modifications during youth

4/24/2012 - Cardiovascular disease is the leading killer of adults in all Western cultures. Many people believe their fate has been sealed through the inheritance of 'bad' genes, and no degree of healthy living will have any effect on their risk of an untimely and early demise. More evidence that this thought process...

Are fruit juices a healthy alternative to soda?

3/15/2012 4:13:02 PM - As significant percentages of parents wisely abandon HFCS and sugar-filled sodas as a viable beverage option for their children, corporations are capitalizing on the health-conscious trend by pushing fruit juices as a healthy alternative. Most parents who buy juices think they are making a wise choice,...

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