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By Janet Vargas - Natural Health Researcher

So don't be frightened of germs because there are Good Germs as well, kids are missing out on that benefit their Immune System. It’s much Safer than text books say – just one of many practices grandparents and their grandparents encouraged, and their kids were healthier than children Today. No they weren’t mistaken – less educated but not silly. We have been, to take so much notice of information we have been brought up with medical influence.

Encourage Your Kids To Get Their Hands Muddy Or Sandy - Its Good For Them!

By Sara Ding – Nutritional Consultant – Specialising In Detoxing

Make it a habit to read the ingredient labels and see for yourself what is in your food and if there are harmful chemicals in foods.

IS YOUR FOOD SAFE FOR YOUR FAMILY?

If you dine out often or your larder is mostly stocked with instant or processed foods, then it’s time for you to take a closer look at what you’re eating. Is your food safe for you and your family’s consumption?

See this list of harmful foods to avoid. Don’t underestimate the dangers of these foods.…

Excellent Advice From Two Chiropractic Centers

You Can Learn Some Secrets Of Chiros And Physios Here - Some Things They Are Aware Of That Often We Are Not. Reading This Post Could Pay Dividends If Acted On. See What You Think, If Any Of These Apply.

7 CAUSES OF BAD POSTURE AND HOW CHIROPRACTIC TREATMENT CAN HELP

Postural imbalance affects us in a number of ways. It can cause soreness, muscle pain, poor digestion, fatigue, and even low self-esteem. Poor posture also comes from a variety of factors such as doing simple tasks such as sitting down or more serious situations such as figuring in an accident.…

Norelle Hentschel  – Australian Naturopath and Herbalist

Have you ever wondered if there are any herbs that can help an overactive bladder? Because I have! So, to satisfy my curiosity, I went straight to a reliable source and asked Naturopath and Herbalist. I hope you find her insights as enlightening as I do. (Katalin Janssens)

Has your bladder become way too needy?

“Hello, I need to go pee and I need to go now!”

Do you look for where the toilets are when you go somewhere and carry a backup pair of knickers in your handbag?…

By Janet Vargas – Independent Natural Health Researcher

Cholesterol is Good for your Heart. Yes that's right, your Heart needs Cholesterol. The tide is changing on the Heart Health Scene, at least for those who are better informed and I'm here to let you know.

You may be pleased to hear that some leading Heart Specialists and Surgeons and MDs have been practicing a totally different approach to things than the Cholesterol Scare Campaign we have been accustomed to for a few decades now. Did you know the average GP/MD is mistaken and 'Specialists' too?

By Edith Cowan University – Researchers

Eating just one cup of leafy green vegetables every day could boost muscle function, according to new Edith Cowan University (ECU) research.

The study, published today in the Journal of Nutrition, found that people who consumed a nitrate-rich diet, predominantly from vegetables, had significantly better muscle function of their lower limbs.

Poor muscle function is linked to greater risk of falls and fractures and is considered a key indicator of general health and wellbeing.

Researchers examined data from 3,759 Australians taking part in Melbourne's Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute AusDiab study over a 12-year period.…

By Dr Alan Inglis – Integrative Medicine Practitioner & Researcher

The jig is up!

When you complain about your pain… when you say the opioid meds aren’t working the way they used to… they’ll boost the dose and send you away, claiming more meds will lead to less pain.

It doesn’t.

They KNOW it doesn’t.

But they do it anyway, for one simple reason.

It’s FAST!

Many of today’s big corporate clinics are all about speed. Get you in, get you out, get to the next patient fast. HURRY HURRY HURRY!

Seeing MORE patients in LESS time means BIGGER profits.…

By Carly Fraser - Excellent Natural Health Advocate & Researcher

Almost half of the entire US population (48.7%) has used at least one of the most common prescription drugs in the past 30 days (1). According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 10% of the population has used 5 or more of these drugs in the last month -that’s quite a lot.

Statistics show that “between 2013 and 2015, the average annual drug spending for patients who stay in community hospitals increased by 23.4%, from $5.2 million to $6.5 million.…

By Gemma Curtis – Sleep Matters Club Journalist

Some people can’t sleep without reading, but for others, the bedtime story is left in their child years.

Reading before bed is an age-old tradition. Some people can’t sleep without reading, but for others, the bedtime story is left in their childhood. In recent times, reading interest has surged enormously. Whether it’s because people are running out of hobbies to try when they’re stuck at home or because they’re looking to expand their vocabulary is up for debate. Yet, the key question still remains: can the practice of reading before bedtime be beneficial?…

I LOVE ARTICLES LIKE THIS! IT'S AMAZING HOW MANY THINGS THAT ARE REALLY GOOD FOR US HAVE BEEN BADLY SPOKEN OF BY MEDICOS, GOVERNMENTS SOMETIMES AND GREEDY MANUFACTURERS WHO SELL PERSONAL PRODUCTS AND CHEAP NASTY SYNTHETIC FOOD PRODUCTS. I WAS BROUGHT UP NEAR THE BEACH AND IT IS GOOD TO HEAR THE SUNSHINE GETTING A GOOD WRAP.

By Carla Hernandez RDN, NTP

Most are well aware that sunlight exposure is a means to increasing vitamin D levels, yet at the same time we are told to avoid sun exposure especially at midday as it has been implicated in skin cancer, skin damage and premature aging.…