Five Natural Options to Reduce Cholesterol in Fifty Days

Cholesterol is an exciting topic. Our bodies make it. Nearly every cell in our bodies needs it. Statin drugs to treat cholesterol shuts down the body’s production of it. Personal Story For most of my life, my total cholesterol ran … Continue reading

Six Ways to Lower Blood Pressure Without Drugs

Many things are known to cause high blood pressure. In some cases, it is probably caused by a combination of factors. Drugs treat a specific pathway. Over time, drug dosage or the type of drug is changed because it may … Continue reading

Who Is Putting Cancer-Causing Poison in Our Drugs?

Nitrosamine is a toxin linked closely with cancer in the lungs, brain, liver, kidneys, bladder, stomach, esophagus, etc. Recently, nitrosamine has been found in a blood pressure drug, Accuretic, manufactured by Pfizer. Pfizer’s Drug https://www.newsmax.com/health/health-news/accuretic-blood-pressure-medication-pfizer/2022/03/22/id/1062321/. Elevated levels of nitrosamine were … Continue reading

Reverse the Sleep Apnea Aging Processes with This Simple Fix

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) happens when the upper airway is blocked during sleep. As a result, it creates breathing problems and repeated awakenings during the sleep cycle. Sleep and Inflammation https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/09/080902075211.htm. An article in the September 2008 issue of the … Continue reading

Did You Know that Small Bedroom Lights Can Harm Your Health?

Sleep is mandatory for good health. There is a healthy range of around seven to nine hours for adults. When you are outside that range – above or below – your long-term health can be impacted Power of Sleep and … Continue reading

Food Insecurity Can Be a Health Problem for Many

Food choices can help or hinder our health. Unfortunately, a recent Zogby Poll reports that a sizeable percentage of Americans are skipping meals because of cost. Zogby Poll https://www.newsmax.com/us/zogby-food-inflation-prices/2021/10/22/id/1041604/. Inflation is affecting all of us. Shoppers see it clearly. Food … Continue reading

Taking Low-Dose Aspirin to Prevent Heart Attack or Stroke???

Doctors have advised their patients to take low-dose aspirin daily to prevent a first heart attack or stroke. I saw a headline this morning as I was searching for current health topics. One headline suggested that daily low-dose aspirin might … Continue reading

Nebulous FDA Guidance on Salt Has No Start Time

How much salt is too much? Salt can affect health by raising blood pressure. High blood pressure can lead to heart failure and heart attack. Stroke, osteoporosis, fluid retention, kidney problems, and more are also connected with salt levels. Salt, … Continue reading

Half of Vitamin E is Not Enough for Long Term Health

After church last weekend, I talked with several friends about life, family, the pandemic, and health in general. Unfortunately, one of my conversations centered on death, especially that of heart attack and stroke. However, the friend I was chatting with … Continue reading

Natural Compound in Basil Found to Protect Against Alzheimer’s Disease

Scientists work daily to find methods to disrupt pathways that create disease. For example, Alzheimer’s disease (AD) has several pathways – genetics, inflammation, oxidative stress, protein structural issues, excitotoxicity, and probably a few more less known. I have written over … Continue reading