Fingernails and disease don't go together in most minds… but they should. Your fingernails can give you valuable health warnings and signal the presence of serious disease.
Take a good long look at your nails. Hold a hand level with your nose about a foot out from your face and scrutinize each one.
Look at the curves, … Read More
You might not be aware…
But all of those nasty chemicals, solvents, toxins and other dangerous compounds in our environment get into your body... and stay there...
...unless you do something about it.
And your main detox organs - your liver, kidneys, skin and lungs - were NOT designed to handle this level of contami … Read More
Have you ever experienced a pinched nerve? If so, you know that it can be an annoying and painful condition to deal with.
A pinched nerve occurs when too much pressure applied to a nerve by surrounding tissues, bones, cartilage, muscles or tendons pressures and disrupts the nerve's function.
One of the best ways to rel … Read More
How to “Mute” the Roaring of Tinnitus with Enzyme Therapy
Just a few minutes of research will show you American methods of treating most medical conditions are far behind much of the world.
For example, German researchers have been hot on the trail for cure for tinnitus - perception of noise or ringing in the … Read More
If you’ve been looking for an inexpensive and all-natural health boost, then look no further than l-arginine.
L-arginine is a non-essential amino acid: most of the time your body is able to produce enough of the substance by itself, without diet or supplementation.
However, there have been dozens of studies performed o … Read More
The Truth About Erectile Dysfunction... and What Mainstream Medicine Isn't Telling You
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a huge problem... so what's really causing it?
Maybe you know our modern environment is a toxic soup of chemicals, heavy metals and pollutants that lead to all sorts of health issues.
We’ve talked a lot … Read More
Texting thumb pain, also known as blackberry thumb, is the term being used to describe thumb injuries related to texting. It may sound funny, but it’s no joke, considering billions of texts are sent every single day, and your thumb is not meant to engage in repetitive motions …
Texting too often can lead to thumb strain a … Read More
By Tiffany Harelik, MA
If you are in pain, you have probably tried a lot of different techniques, herbs, devices and strategies to get pain free.
But have you looked to the one thing you do besides breathing, every day, as a potential source of chronic pain? Have you taken an inventory of your diet?
Inflammation is … Read More
Sneak Peek of My NEW Live Pain Free® Cookbook:
Your body responds to the foods you eat in many ways… give it the right stuff, and you create an abundance of energy along with minimal inflammation.
And lowering inflammation means living pain free.
Now, what should we eat at breakfast to support healing and reduce yo … Read More
On Friday, July 28, 2016, President Obama finally signed a GMO-labeling bill.
Don’t get excited. It’s not what you think.
Yes, it’s a new national standard to identify which of the nearly 80% of foods that Americans eat contain genetically modified ingredients.
It has strong bipartisan support, passed by a 306-117 v … Read More