Everyone wants to live pain free, maintaining their mobility and flexibility.
Stretching helps you do both. But stretching improperly can hurt you.
That's part of why I chose to interview Brad Walker, Founder and CEO of Injury Fix™ and the Stretching Institute™.
During the interview we were discussing the two main t … Read More
Filed Under: Stretching
Written By: July 8,2016
There are many challenges facing the modern “cut, poison, burn” approach[i] to cancer treatment, not the least of which is the fact that chemotherapy and radiation are inherently toxic to your body’s healthy cells.
Another glaring issue is some cancer cells’ ability to develop resistance to treatments while also evading a … Read More
Filed Under: Cancer
Written By: July 7,2016
I’ve shared before how heat can relieve muscle aches, joint pain and bring healing to soft tissue injuries.
And I’ve made no secret of how far infrared heat is the most effective way to bring deep, healing heat to your body outside of the sun itself.
Those wonderful sunrays – and likewise the safe, deep penetrating hea … Read More
If you’re overweight and having trouble shedding the extra pounds, there’s a very good chance your body is in a state of chronic inflammation.
While inflammation is beneficial in the short term (it helps your wounds and infections heal), when inflammation becomes chronic—as it can when you eat pro-inflammatory foods, don’ … Read More
Filed Under: Weight Loss
Written By: May 9,2016
Are all topical pain relief creams safe?
No. In fact, they can be downright dangerous.
So says Dr. Terry Treadwell (founder of The Institute for Advanced Wound Care). In the October 2013 issue of the journal Wounds, he points out a widely prescribed topical pain reliever can:
Make you look older (not what ANY moth … Read More
If you’re like most people, you’re stressed and probably not dealing with it in the healthiest ways.
Only 37 percent of Americans polled by the American Psychological Association's (APA) Stress in America Survey said they were doing an excellent or very good job managing stress, which means 63 percent are not.[i]
Inste … Read More
Filed Under: Stress
Written By: April 13,2016
Watermelon is a summertime staple, adored for its sweet flavor and oh-so refreshing on a hot summer day. It’s a must-have for picnics, barbecues and other warm-weather bashes, but there’s reason to love watermelon beyond its taste.
Watermelon contains l-citrulline—about 250 milligrams (mg) per cup.[i] L-citrulline is an a … Read More
I’ve been warning for years about the risks of taking prescription pain relievers. I get that people are looking for relief. No one wants to live in pain, and that’s the rub.
When you’re in serious pain, you’ll do virtually anything to stop it, even resort to taking medications that you know are only a temporary fix (if t … Read More
Filed Under: Medications
Written By: March 24,2016
If you’re experiencing unexplained health symptoms it’s important to look to your environment for potential causes, including the presence of toxic black mold.
To be clear, black mold (or Stachybotrys chartarum) isn’t inherently toxic, but it can produce mycotoxins (and other biologically active metabolites), which are.
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You should take your health and wellness into your own hands and always try to keep it there. Toward that end -- if you want to take control of your health and avoid serious diseases, your first step is this: Get a free copy of my book, The End of All Disease.
That’s what Joni Bund of British Columbia did, and she hasn’t … Read More
Filed Under: Back Pain
Written By: March 8,2016