Whole Foods CEO: Plant-Based Meat is Good for the environment but not for your health

Posted on 02 September 2019

Whole Foods CEO recently advised the general public, to re-examine the components of plant-based meat. He says that while the meat is good for the environment, it may not be good for the health “The [brands] who are capturing the imagination of people — and I’m not going to name these brands because I’m afraid I will be associated with the critique of it,” says John Mackey, co-fo ...


Inactive ingredients in prescription medicine: What they do to you

Posted on 13 August 2019

Healthcare is a matter of concern for this age;it is a problem that disturbs governments all over the world. In spite of the efforts made by consecutive administrations, a lot of toxic medication are still manufactured all over the world and labelled safe for consumption. Science Alert recently issued a warning about the possible damage that could be caused by inactive ingredients found in pr ...


Juice for your brain: Pomegranates improve brain function among the elderly

Posted on 12 August 2019

The risk for reduced cognitive function and activity is on the increase as people age, especially between the ages of 65 and older. This usually occurs in the elderly as a result of some genetic factors and also as a result of some micro lifestyle factors such as diet and exercise. Several studies have confirmed the link between antioxidant consumption and increased cognitive function and pr ...


Breathing exercise can reduce blood pressure in around 5 minutes

Posted on 11 August 2019

Experts suggest that exercising for five minutes every day, without jogging or lifting weights may limit your risk of heart attack, improve memory and increase your performance during sports activities. According to a report on Natural News, a new grant from the "National Institute on Aging" has funded a clinical trial to gain more knowledge about the time saving new exercise called, "Inspi ...


But Honey, Will It Work?

Posted on 07 August 2019

The new becomes old and the old becomes new again. The more problems modern medicine encounters, the more researchers seem to want to dust off the old apothecary books to resurrect ancient natural remedies, and that’s good. Many of us have turned to honey to soothe a sore throat or sweeten our tea, but on a wound? That sounds kind of counterintuitive at first glance because who wants sweeth ...


Is Virtual Medicine Meeting America’s Expectations?

Posted on 31 July 2019

Telehealth is here, but are doctors ready for it and will it meet patients’ expectations? Virtual office visitsare but one part of the remote medical care known as telehealth.Initially known as telemedicine, the concept was first employed by NASA, using satellite technology, to monitor the health of the astronauts while they were in space. Since then, the use of remote technology for healt ...


Is Krill Oil a Help or a Hoax?

Posted on 08 July 2019

Do you ever feel like you are living in Wonderland, where nothing is as it seems? This thing is good for you, then it’s not, then it’s good again. Which swing of the pendulum are we to believe? Now they don’t know what to tell us about the nutritional supplement Krill Oil. Krill are tiny shrimp-like crustaceans that live in the cold waters of the Antarctic Ocean. They are only about ...


New Study Finds That Up to 25 Cups Of Coffee Daily Is Safe

Posted on 01 July 2019

All the protracted arguments on the effectsof coffee on healthcould finally be laid to rest following the findings from a study showing that up to25 cups of coffee a day is still safe for your health. This study, which was reported on CNN, does not mean coffee is absolutely safe as insinuated by some quarters. The study just alluded to the fact that a daily intake of 25 cups of coffee mig ...


A Healthy Diet Keeps Depression Away

Posted on 28 June 2019

There is a sense of wellbeing that comes with regular intake of balance diet, as noted by You’ve probably already noticed that your eating routine affects what’s going on in your body. We’ve all had that junk meal that had us feeling off, not just bodily but also psychologically and emotionally. Newer research suggests that the connection between diet and mental well-being ...


“Special K” Is Not Just Cereal

Posted on 25 June 2019

If someone asks you if you want some Special K and it’s not breakfast time, be careful how you answer. That’s just one of several street names for the drug ketamine. As with some other drugs, it started out as a legitimate pharmaceutical product used as an anesthetic in surgeries, as an animal tranquilizer, in treating burn injuries and battlefield injuries, in children who may be allergi ...