A Natural Way to Clear Arteries

A Natural Way to Clear Arteries

Is There a Drug-Free Method That Cleans Arteries? I first heard about this years ago, and my initial reaction was... bunkum. How could that be possible? So I asked for some proof that the method actually worked. To my amazement, I was given the actual proof. The man's arteries had opened. The plaques were no longer visible. This discovery was actually a major milestone in my journey away from the 'medical,' and towards the 'alternatives.' I've never forgotten about it. Ruth Today... Arterial blockages are a major health problem in the west, and treating them is a huge source of income for the medical profession. Try to explain the simple and non-invasive ways to clear arteries to a doctor - and watch his eyes glaze over. Causes of Artery Plaque 1. refined carbohydrates: foods and drinks containing added sugars and white flour 2. polyunsaturated oils such as canola, and trans-fats in processed foods Cholesterol is not the cause. Some cholesterol is always found at the sites of plaque...
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Natural Autism Treatment Better Than Pharmaceuticals

Natural Autism Treatment Better Than Pharmaceuticals

How to Treat the Growing Autism Problem? In the medical world, autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is considered a condition with no treatment. The growing prevalence of autism has created many families looking for alternative treatments. Now, there are natural interventions that have been studied and appear to hold great promise. Research from the National Library of Medicine shows more than 30 natural substances that may play a role in improving the condition. (Autism Spectrum Disease research) Broccoli Sprout Extract Has Amazing Results Sulforaphane, a molecule found in broccoli, cabbage and Brussels sprouts, is perhaps the most promising candidate. A groundbreaking study published in 2014 in The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA found that a broccoli sprout extract significantly improved the behavior of boys and men with ASD.  The placebo-controlled, randomized pilot study of 44 males, ages 13-27, showed that after 18 weeks of treatment with a sulforaphane-rich broccoli sprout extract, 46% had significant improvements in social interactions and 42% has significant improvements in verbal communication. More...
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Removing Skin Moles Naturally

Removing Skin Moles Naturally

This is a Hot Search Topic"There are natural ways to remove moles that are much less invasive than the procedures offered by modern medicine."What Causes Moles?A mole forms when the cells that give your skin its natural color, called melanocytes, grow in a cluster instead of spreading throughout your skin. Moles may occur anywhere on the body, and range in color from red to brown to black. Most moles are harmless, but a health professional should be consulted if there is a change in the size, texture, shape, color or height of a mole.Methods of Mole RemovalTypically, a dermatologist will cut off or shave off a mole, freeze it with liquid nitrogen, or burn it off with a heated wire.However, there are natural ways to remove moles that are much less invasive than the procedures offered by modern medicine. These natural methods include the application of: Apple cider vinegar: Often a cotton ball is soaked in apple cider vinegar, applied directly on the mole and held in place with a bandage...
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Double Protection for Your Prostate

Double Protection for Your Prostate

You Can Protect YourselfEvery man runs the risk of developing prostate problems. Enlargement of the prostate, or "benign prostate hyperplasia" (BPH), is common in men over 40. Most men will experience BPH symptoms, and the likelihood of BPH increases with age. An even greater concern is prostate cancer, which is now the second most common cancer among men. Fortunately, there are herbs and plants available to maintain or improve prostate health. Two of the most effective of these natural protectors are saw palmetto and ginger.Saw Palmetto (Serenoa repens)Saw palmetto is an herbal extract obtained from the purple berries the palm. It grows in the southeastern United States. The berries served as food and medicine for Native Americans in that region. Western medicine first documented saw palmetto when Dr. J.B. Read, a Georgia physician, wrote about the plant’s many uses in the April 1879 issue of American Journal of Pharmacy.Today, natural health practitioners recommend saw palmetto for a range of ailments, and it is a...
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