Alternative Health

How Conventional Medical Germophobia Ruins Health


By Joel Edwards, Organic Lifestyle Magazine For thousands of years, people thought disease was divine punishment for their sins. Eventually, the Egyptians and Hebrews noticed that...

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    Boiled Frog Syndrome – the Biggest Killer of All Time

    By Derek Henry, Holistic Health Coach for Healing the Body  If something doesn’t kill us on contact, we seem to dismiss it as a non-issue... Read more

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    Yoga May Be the Missing Link to Stroke Survivors’ Rehabilitation

    One in six Australians will have a stroke in their lifetime. That’s about 51,000 strokes per year, or one every ten minutes. Worldwide, stroke is... Read more

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    Cleaning Tips For Your Bedroom

    Why does cleaning have to imply spraying chemicals and stirring up dust? Presented below are some cleaning tips and eco-friendly, how-to recipes designed to make... Read more

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    Fun Facts About Hugging

    Neuroeconomist Paul Zak, also known as “Dr. Love,” recommends at least eight hugs a day to be happier and enjoy better relationships. Psychotherapist Virginia Satir also... Read more

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    Health Benefits Of Mulberries and Mulberry Recipes

    By Carrie Ciula, Organic Lifestyle Magazine I grew up picking black raspberries and occasionally found interest in the deep purple gems hanging just overhead, but, it... Read more

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    The Surprising Cause of Melanoma (And No, It’s Not Too Much Sun)

    Rates of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, have been rising for at least the last three decades, and this increase has been largely... Read more

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    5 Things You Didn’t Know About Honey

    Honey has been valued as a natural sweetener long before sugar became widely available in the 16th century. Honey production flourished in ancient Greece and Sicily, for... Read more

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    Liver Disease Linked to Gut Bacteria and Leaky Gut

    Much speculation has revolved around the causes for nonalcoholic liver disease and cirrhosis over the years. New findings provide surprising links between our gut bacteria,... Read more

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    DIY Air Fresheners for Your Home & Car

    Ever walk into your home after a day in the fresh air and think, “Wow, sure smells stale in here?” Love the delicate fragrance of vanilla and... Read more

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    Outlawed Berries Boost Brain Power and Mood

    Over a hundred years ago Congress outlawed black currants.  Today this forbidden fruit is making a comeback and may help improve your mood and brain... Read more

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    Are You Using Toxic Beauty Products? 4 Ways to Protect Yourself

    Most women feel strongly about their cosmetics. In fact, a Harris Poll found that 44 percent of women feel more homely when they don’t wear makeup. Given... Read more

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    An October Vacation Can Be More Relaxing

    It may sound counter to what most people normally do, but if you can save your vacation time until October and take a trip with... Read more

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    Doctor Talks ‘Miracle’ Recoveries, Using Intuition

    Larry Krantz, M.D., has seen patients recover from incurable diseases without any known medical explanation. For example, while grocery shopping he ran into an old... Read more

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    Basil: Herb of Scorpions, Doctors, and Kings

    For most Americans, the scent of basil usually means Italian food. But this herb is good for much more than just pasta. Some say the... Read more

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    Nuts: An Important Component of an Anti-Diabetes Diet

    Complications from diabetes result from constant elevations in blood glucose, which damage the blood vessels and other tissues. Excess glucose in the bloodstream results in... Read more

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    Scientists Against GMOs

    By Joel Edwards, Organic Lifestyle Magazine Biotechnology has long tried to paint the critics of genetic engineering as anti-science. A great effort has been made to... Read more

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