Monday, 18 June 2012

Live Blood Analysis

Live Blood Analysis is a revolutionary technique that enables the practitioner to observe your blood cells – there and then. Only one drop of blood is necessary and we see your live cells magnified 10,000 times moving around right in front of our eyes.

Many practitioners and patients alike report finding the diagnostic value of Live Blood Analysis quite profound.

The quality of the blood is vital to healthy, disease-free existence. Live blood Analysis enables us to see your blood exactly as it behaves inside your body, giving a clear picture of your health at a cellular level.

Live blood analysis is the simplest and easiest way to detect a wide range of conditions that often elude conventional testing.

Multiple Sclerosis Is Now Being Cured By Surgery

An Italian doctor has been getting dramatic results with a new type of treatment for Multiple Sclerosis, or MS, which affects up to 2.5 million people worldwide. In an initial study, Dr. Paolo Zamboni took 65 patients with relapsing-remitting MS, performed a simple operation to unblock restricted blood flow out of the brain - and two years after the surgery, 73% of the patients had no symptoms. Dr. Zamboni's thinking could turn the current understanding of MS on its head, and offer many sufferers a complete cure.

Groundbreaking Research Shows How Nanoparticles Are Causing Autoimmune Diseases

New groundbreaking research by scientists at Trinity College Dublin has found that exposure to nanoparticles, commonly used in sunscreen, cosmetics and other personal care products can have a serious impact on health, linking it to rheumatoid arthritis and the development of other serious autoimmune diseases.

The findings that have been recently published in the international journal 'Nanomedicine' have health and safety implications for the manufacture, use and ultimate disposal of nanotechnology products and materials.

Top Risk of Stroke: Healthy Adults Who Habitually Sleep Less Than 6 Hours

Habitually sleeping less than six hours a night significantly increases the risk of stroke among middle-age to older adults who are of normally healthy according to a study over 5000 people followed for up to three years.

Sunday, 17 June 2012

The truth about the growing trend of cesareans

Sunday, June 10, 2012
by: Victoria Moore

(NaturalNews) The United States Department of Health and Human Services is reporting that Cesareans are on the rise up 53 percent since 1996. The C-Section rate was listed as 21 percent in 1996 and a climbed to 32.8 percent in 2010. According to the World Health Organization the suggested rate of C-section should not exceed 15 percent. Cesareans can be beneficial in situations where complications arise. However, the problem is that these procedures are often used inappropriately on healthy women with little or no complications.

C-sections can result in problems in the mother such as infections, loss of blood, placenta problems, complications in future pregnancies, ongoing pelvic pain, uterine rupture and bowel blockage. Babies can experience breathing problems, difficulty breastfeeding, childhood onset diabetes and asthma.

Still Think Margarine is Healthy? This How Margarine is Made

Have you ever wondered how margarine is made?

Many people probably know it is made by a process called hydrogenation. But few are aware of the details of what goes on during hydrogenation.

Here is a step-by-step description of the nine-step industrial hydrogenation process used in the making of margarine.

Step 1: Oils are heated until they turn rancid
Margarine makers start with cheap second-grade vegetable oils from corn/maize, soy-beans, sunflower seeds, cotton-seed, safflower seeds and canola/rapeseed.

Top 10 Health Benefits of Ginger

August 1, 2011

Ginger is a perennial plant, distinguished by the white and yellowish-greenish flowers it produces, as well as its thick and long twisting rhizoid (stem). The ginger plant is known to have originated in China, however it has since then been cultivated in many other countries, including: India, South West Asia, West Africa and the Caribbean. The plant is famous for its concentrated, spicy aroma, which can be attributed to the fact that it is composed of up to 3% natural essential oils.

The rhizoid is the part of the plant which is generally sold and used today. It has been made widely available for eating and for the use of flavoring foods. It is also ground up and processed into all sorts of powders, tinctures, crystals, tonics and flavorings and then marketed in health food stores.

Onion juice triples testosterone levels

Think of a dirt-cheap vegetable you can buy at every greengrocers and supermarket. Put it in a juicer, give the juice to rats for three weeks, and watch their testosterone level rise by 314 percent. According to research done at Tabriz University in Iran, fresh onion juice raises testosterone levels as much as substances like nolvadex or clomid.


More Research Shows that Bacteria are Beneficial, Not Harmful

Patrick Gallagher
June 15, 2012

Over many, many years, bacteria has been scrutinized and persecuted for causing the development of thousands of diseases and ailments in people, but what do we actually know about these microbes that seem to cover everything at all times? Recent research shows that we actually don’t know a whole lot about when we look at the leaps and bounds we took to disinfect and cleanse nearly everything we own. In a research project entitled the Human Microbiome Project (much akin to the Human Genome Project of great relevance), researchers show that bacteria and microbial bodies are actually much more beneficial than they will ever be detrimental. Not only do bacteria keep people alive and healthful by helping to strengthen the immune system, but they also explain in a broad sense why people are so different when it comes to vaccinations and diseases.