Distilled White Vinegar: A Non-Toxic Cleaner By Dr. Mercola Howard Garrett, also known as The Dirt Doctor, has compiled a number of uses for vinegar, including recipes for both internal use and use in your organic garden, which I will share with you here. "Vinegar is a wonderful organic tool that was discovered by accident 10,000 years ago when wine was accidentally allowed to ferment too long and turned sour," he writes. "It can be made from many products, including beer, apples, berries, beets, corn, fruits, grains, honey, malt, maple syrup, melons, molasses, potatoes, rice, sorghum, and other foods containing sugar. Natural sugars from these food products are fermented into alcohol, which is then fermented into vinegar." ... White, spirit, or distilled vinegar is made by fermenting distilled alcohol. ... The name "vinegar" comes from the French words for "sour wine." White Vinegar—A Great Non-Toxic Cleaner and Herbicide Ingredient Distilled white vinegar is the type of vinegar you'll want to use for cleaning and laundry.
Survival Properties of Garlic and Apple Cider Vinegar | Survival Sherpa Guest post by Garlic is one of the earth’s greatest health tonics and does indeed have scientifically-proven medicinal properties. It contains a substance called Allicin, which has anti-bacterial properties that are equivalent to a weak penicillin. It is a natural antibiotic and is useful in treating everything from allergies to tonsillitis. Garlic contains many sulfur compounds which detoxify the body, boost the immune system, lower blood pressure and improve circulation. Photo credit Garlic can stimulate the production of glutathione, an amino acid which is known to be a very potent antioxidant and de-toxifier and the smooth muscle relaxant adenosine, also found in the herb, will lower blood pressure. Today people use garlic to help prevent atherosclerosis (plaque build up in the arteries causing blockage and possibly leading to heart attack or stroke), reduce colds, coughs, and bronchitis. Latin Name: **Allium sativum **Common Names: **Allium, Garlic, Rustic Treacle, Stinking Rose 1. 3.
Even a drink a day boosts cancer death risk, alcohol study finds By JoNel Aleccia, Senior Writer, NBC News The first update of alcohol-linked cancer deaths in the U.S. in three decades shows that booze can be blamed for nearly 20,000 deaths a year -- and it’s not just the heavy drinkers. Certainly those who downed three or more drinks a day accounted for most of the deaths from seven kinds of cancer, up to 60 percent, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Public Health. But consuming just 1.5 drinks a day -- or less -- was associated with up to 35 percent of those cancer deaths, suggesting that any alcohol use carries some risk. “For non-drinkers, it’s another reason to feel happy they don’t drink,” said Dr. The study, conducted in conjunction with researchers from the U.S., Canada and France, used recent data and studies on alcohol consumption and cancer mortality to provide a long-delayed update on alcohol-related cancer deaths in America. “Anything that’s a leading cause of death is not a good preventive agent,” Naimi added.
Dr Weil's Anti-Inflammatory Diet Food Pyramid HEALTHY SWEETS How much: Sparingly Healthy choices: Unsweetened dried fruit, dark chocolate, fruit sorbet Why: Dark chocolate provides polyphenols with antioxidant activity. Choose dark chocolate with at least 70 percent pure cocoa and have an ounce a few times a week. Fruit sorbet is a better option than other frozen desserts. RED WINE How much: Optional, no more than 1-2 glasses per day Healthy choices: Organic red wine Why: Red wine has beneficial antioxidant activity. Limit intake to no more than 1-2 servings per day. If you do not drink alcohol, do not start. SUPPLEMENTS How much: Daily Healthy choices: High quality multivitamin/multimineral that includes key antioxidants (vitamin C, vitamin E, mixed carotenoids, and selenium); co-enzyme Q10; 2-3 grams of a molecularly distilled fish oil; 2,000 IU of vitamin D3 Why: Supplements help fill any gaps in your diet when you are unable to get your daily requirement of micronutrients. Additional Item:
11 Health Benefits of Cinnamon Once upon a time, cinnamon was more valuable than gold. And while these days, most of us would rather get our hands on 24 karats instead of 24 ounces – a gold bar over a brown stick – this bark-cum-spice has just as much bite as it does bark. The potential health benefits of cinnamon could be stated as nothing short of astonishing. To help us sort myth from fact, we’ve enlisted the help of several health experts to give us their two cents on one of our favorite spices. 7 Proven Health Benefits of Cinnamon 1. While it’s true that there’s no cure for Type 2 diabetes, cinnamon can be an effective tool in managing the disease. According to Lori Kenyon Farley, a Certified Nutrition Consultant specializing in wellness, fitness and anti-aging and one of the experts behind Project Juice, cinnamon can help manage this disease in two different ways. Shane Ellison, MS, a medicinal chemist and founder of the Sugar Detox, explains how exactly this works. 2. And that’s not all. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
100 Natural Ways to Overcome Anxiety | U.S. PharmD By Tara Miller The fast-paced lifestyle that so many lead today has resulted in a generation of individuals with high anxiety. Whether you suffer from occasional panic attacks or spend most of your day worrying, anxiety doesn’t have to be a part of your life. Skip the potentially addictive anti-anxiety medications and give these natural methods a try. With tips ranging from reducing stress to aromatherapy to changes in nutrition, you will find plenty of great natural ideas to try to reduce your anxiety. Stress Reduction A major source of anxiety is the stress that creeps up through daily living. Let go of control. Herbs Herbal medicine has been around for centuries. Passionflower. Therapies From acupuncture to hydrotherapy, find a natural way to help your body heal the effects of anxiety. Acupuncture. Body Work Just about everyone can appreciate the relaxing qualities of massage, but that isn’t the only type of body work that can help reduce anxiety. Massage. Mind/Body Techniques Yoga. Dr.
Disability Rights Texas Disability Rights Texas recognizes the varied needs of people with disabilities in Texas. As such, the scope of our work includes the following service priorities: A comprehensive survey of our clients, staff, policymakers and people with disabilities in Texas has helped us identify these service priorities, which are re-established every four years and reviewed annually by the Board of Directors. Official Priorities 2011-2014 Please note that the demand for our services far exceeds the availability of our staff and attorneys. In deciding whether we can represent you directly, we will consider: The details of your caseOther resources available to youYour ability to advocate for yourselfWhether your problem falls within one of our service areas as determined through public surveys and board approvalAvailability of resources within our organizationThe extent to which your case may benefit others with disabilities Please remember that we only represent people with disabilities.
5 Best Fish To Eat, 5 Worst Fish To Avoid - BetterDigestion.org Adding fish to your diet is a great way to improve health and protect against the harmful effects of inflammation. However, it is important to know your fish – not all fish are created equal. In fact, certain types of fish are loaded with chemicals, including mercury and PCBs. Other types may taste great and be loaded with healthy omega-3 fatty acids, but may be on the brink of extinction. Fortunately, the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch keeps close tabs on the best and worst fish (in terms of health and sustainability). Omega 3 Fatty Acids and Inflammation Inflammation is a dangerous condition in the body that contributes to nearly every major health ailment, including joint pain, mental fatigue, heart disease, diabetes, metabolic syndrome, and obesity. The 5 Best and Worst Fish To Eat According to Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch, 5 of the safest, most sustainable fish are: Albacore Tuna (from Canada and the US Pacific)
Comment la litière de votre chat peut affecter votre comportement? Tous les amoureux des félins et propriétaires de chats voudront sans doute lire cette nouvelle. Il appert, selon www.nlm.nih.gov, que les germes contenus dans la litière de votre chat, et plus particulièrement ceux contenus dans les « cadeaux » laissés dedans, pourraient avoir des effets néfastes sur le cerveau. Par conséquent, ces effets pourraient bien jouer sur le comportement des maîtres. Ainsi, on apprend que c'est ce processus qui mène à la toxoplasmose, une maladie déclenchée par une exposition massive à ces germes. C'est que selon l'étude, de 30 à 50 % des propriétaires de chats seraient déjà infectés par la toxoplasmose, mais le système immunitaire serait en mesure de contrer la maladie dans la grande majorité des cas. Donc, dans sa forme indétectable commune, la toxoplasmose pourrait mener à de la schizophrénie ou encore à une dépression. La toxoplasmose peut être fatale chez les gens qui ont un système immunitaire déficient. Loading Slideshow
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