Tag: health

Five things you need to know this cold and flu season

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11th November 2016

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Perhaps you heard it somewhere in the office, or along your commute, or maybe even in your own home—chances are, though, you’ve heard it by now—the telltale cough or sneeze that announces the start of cold and flu season.

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Dr. McDougall's Pear-Cranberry Crumble

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10th October 2016

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A pioneer in the evidence-based nutrition movement, John McDougall, MD, is the author of several bestselling books, founder and director of the McDougall Program, and cofounder of Dr. McDougall’s Right Foods. His new book, The Healthiest Diet on the Planet, offers a delicious, easy-to-follow, and proven guide to preventing disease and looking and…

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Change Your DNA With Positive Thinking

30th March 2015

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For most people, health, happiness, and strength are a direct result of the affirmative choices we make – despite what life hands us in terms of our genes or environment. In Your Health Destiny, Eva Selhub, M.D., challenges this notion.

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Stay Hydrated with These Healthy Beverages

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5th June 2014

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We think that everything in moderation is a good mantra. But when you’re out and about as the temperatures rise, remember to reach for some of these hydrating beverages in between your iced coffees and BBQ libations. Check out this chart from Hungry for Change.

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Using Herbs and Supplements to Help Fight Cancer

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3rd April 2014

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The main difference between chemotherapy and vitamin or herbal supplements is that most chemotherapy is designed to kill cancer cells, while most supplements are designed to strengthen the immune system so that it can then remove cancer cells. The hope is that, by creating an internal environment that is incredibly strong and healthy, cancer cells will not be able to thrive.

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Sugar and Cancer

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3rd March 2014

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There has been a lot of talk about sugar and cancer, and for good reason. It is an indisputable fact that cancer cells consume (i.e., metabolize) sugar- glucose- at a much faster rate than normal cells do. While researchers are still not clear whether a high-sugar diet causes cancer, what we do know is that once cancer cells are in your body, they consume anywhere from ten to fifty times more glucose than normal cells do.

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5 Questions to Ask Your Oncologist

Radical Remission

11th February 2014

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If cancer has touched your life, or the life of a loved one, and you would like to explore using complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) alongside conventional cancer treatment, you’ll want to look for an oncologist who is supportive of your wishes. Dr. Kelly Turner, author of the upcoming book Radical Remission: Surviving Cancer Against All Odds, shares her list of the most important questions to ask your oncologist about using CAM.

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