5 Vegetables That Help Build Muscle

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When you think of building muscles, vegetables are probably the last food group that comes to mind. A thick grass-fed steak, a couple of free-range eggs or even a whey protein shake … these are the types of foods that truly build muscles, right? Yes, they certainly do … but they’re not the only ones. […]

11 Signs of Dementia to Watch For

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… Plus an 8-Question Dementia Risk Quiz Earlier this year, stunning new research was published showing the biological processes that lead to mental decline and eventually dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, start 18 years before symptoms appear.[i] The researchers followed more than 2,000 participants for 18 years and administered a mental skills test every three years. […]

FDA Revs Up WARNING on Ibuprofen, Aspirin, and Other NSAIDS

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has known for years that taking popular nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil), Aleve and Celebrex may be dangerous for your heart. It was 2005 when the agency first warned that taking NASIDs increases your risk of heart attack or stroke, either of which can […]

Plain EVIL? Doctor Sentenced to 45 Years for Giving Patients THIS …

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Dr. Farid Fata, a Detroit-area hematologist and oncologist who was once described as “world-renowned” has been sentenced to 45 years in prison for prescribing chemotherapy to his patients. They weren’t just any patients, however – most of them were not sick and did not have cancer. This didn’t matter to Fata, who viewed the chemotherapy […]

7 Best Foods for People Over 50

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The foods you eat can make or break your health at all life stages. But while some foods are healthy for virtually everyone, your unique nutritional needs change with time. In youth and adolescence, your body is hard at work growing and developing. Next your body gears up for procreation and maintenance. As you reach […]

What are the MOST IMPORTANT Health Issues Facing Us Today?

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Readers of our free e-newsletters and our website tend to be more knowledgeable about health and wellness than the average Joe… and many are downright PASSIONATE about it… So I’m very curious to know — and please use the COMMENT area below to respond — what do YOU think are the most important health issues facing […]

The 3 Books That Changed My Life

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 The Healthy Back Institute is a team of the most dedicated, talented, and caring people you’ll ever meet. One “piece” of what helped make each of us who we are are the books we have each read (and reading is a passion we all happen to share here!) So I decided to ask each team member to […]

Three Big Barriers to YOUR Health

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By Dr. Mark Wiley, The Healthy Back Institute Whether you have back pain, sciatica, neck or shoulder pain, headaches, PMS, tendonitis or something other… you have by now likely sought out alternative practices to relieve your suffering. Maybe the prescription meds helped a bit, but only for a while. You learned — or felt — that […]

Should You Keep Working (or Playing) If You Have Back Pain?

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Michael Brantley, a star outfielder for the Cleveland Indians, suffered back pain even before the season began. Like many others in professional sports, he apparently was — and possibly still is — trying to “play through the pain.” Meanwhile, many, many others who work in other jobs suffer back pain and similarly try to “play […]

Lack of This Can Cause Alzheimer’s, Too

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Science has shown that it causes heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and certain types of cancer … and now new research shows poor sleep can lead to Alzheimer’s, too!” Specifically poor deep sleep. Deposits of beta-amyloid proteins in the brain are a hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease. Using brain imaging and other diagnostic tools, researchers evaluated 26 […]