Cancer is the second-leading cause of death in the United States (first is heart disease), responsible for over half a million deaths every year. However, the majority of cancer cases (up to two-thirds, according to a new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) are preventable through lifestyle chang … Read More
Filed Under: Cancer
Written By: May 9,2012
Share This Video That "Says It All" with Every Mother...
and Everyone with a Mother!
Brian Vaszily is the bestselling author of The 9 Intense Experiences and other books who has appeared on ABC, NBC, CBS, and Fox... and he is a proud contributing member of our own Healthy Back Institute team!
While his work has helped … Read More
by Mike Geary, Certified Nutrition Specialist
Author of Best Seller: The Truth About Six Pack Abs
Most people aren't aware that when you cook meat (whether it's grilled, broiled, or seared) there are carcinogenic compounds that can form called HCA's (heterocyclic amines). Now don't panic...you ingest various carcinogens al … Read More
Spondylolisthesis ("spon-dee-low-lis-thee-sis”) is a big fancy word that simply means a vertebra in your spine has slipped out of position.
It sounds like a pretty extreme condition. And spondylolisthesis can be the source of severe back pain, usually in the lower back.
But just like herniated discs, you may have the c … Read More
Some people imagine they carry the weight of the world on their shoulders. But the truth is we actually carry most of our weight around on our sacroiliac joints.
The sacroiliac joints, which connect your spine to your pelvis, support the full weight of your upper body whenever you’re in an upright position.
But when they b … Read More
Are you concerned about the use of high fructose corn syrup in your food? Could the sweetener be a major contributor to obesity trends in the United States?
High fructose corn syrup dangers are for real. Studies show a growing connection between this additive and a wide range of health problems.
You probably know it’s a hi … Read More
...And the WARNINGS They May Be Sending
More often than not, you may think pain isn’t a big deal.
Sure, it’s no fun to be in pain, but it usually doesn’t mean an untimely death is around the corner.
A small headache could mean you’re simply a little dehydrated. Unusual soreness could be from that extra hard workout this … Read More
Well this is the second time recently I've found myself nodding in enthusiastic agreement with the famous doc!
In answering a woman’s (very common) question on a recent episode of his show, Dr. Oz NAILED the key point that is at the heart of the Lose the Back Pain system. That key point is basically ... … Read More
Filed Under: Back Pain
Written By: April 30,2012
Fat pills in disguise! That's what many common medications really are.
It's the ultimate medical double cross. You take a pill to get rid of one health problem — allergies, insomnia, or even heart disease — but while you're working on that your weight spirals out of control, giving you a whole new set of problems.
You feel … Read More
One out of three people reading this have a herniated disc, which occurs when your discs -- the "shock absorbers” of your spine -- become damaged, bulge or break open.
This can lead to severe sharp, shooting pain that travels down the back of your leg, numbness and tingling in your legs, burning pack pain and even leg wea … Read More