Sitting Too Much Is Bad For You

Sitting Too Much Is Bad For You

Jobs often require an employee to sit down for long periods of time. Most employees, after work, spend time at home sitting down in front of the television or computer, and stay there unless they feel the need to eat or use the toilet. This defines a sedentary life – a daily routine of physical inactivity, which almost always leads to chronic diseases such as obesity, type-2 diabetes, and cardiovascular diseases. Researchers from the National Institute for Health Research Leicester Biomedical Research Center (NIHR-LBRC) found more evidence that sitting for prolonged periods of time causes an increase in adiposity.

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Antioxidants: Why You Need them Every Day


Why You Need These 4 Powerful Antioxidants Every Day

Dr Keith Scott-Mumby talks about the importance of antioxidants.

There is a critical problem happening right now that most people aren’t aware of. There’s an attack on antioxidants. Before I get into the details, let me say that powerful antioxidants can mean the difference between sickness or health, between early mortality or long life, and between looking older than you are or holding back the signs of aging.

That’s scientifically proven.

Again and again, independent labs and universities around the world prove the benefits of increasing the antioxidants in your daily eating plan (or even through supplementation if you know you don’t get enough through diet alone).

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Will You Make These Changes to Reduce the Risk of Developing Cancer? Part 2

Will You Make These Changes to Reduce the Risk of Developing Cancer?

Welcome back! We trust you are making (or thinking about it) essential changes to your lifestyle to reduce the risk of developing cancer. If you need a recap or if you missed the first post in this series, you can read it here.

Let's continue our journey to reduce the risk of developing cancer and to advanced wellness:

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Vitamin B17 Greatest Cancer Cover-up in History?

Vitamin B17
Greatest Cancer Cover-up in History?

Is Vitamin B17 the biggest “covered-up cancer cure” in history? Much information and research has been buried and carefully kept from the public eye regarding the effectiveness of Vitamin B17 (AKA laetrile, apricot kernels) as a powerful cancer fighter.

It has been becoming increasingly apparent in recent years that there are a number of alternative cancer treatment methods which have proven to either eradicate cancer cells on their own, or even assist with the more traditional methods of chemotherapy and radiation. Many of these alternative treatments do not get the recognition that they deserve from either mainstream media or mainstream medicine.

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Will You Make These Changes to Reduce the Risk of Developing Cancer?

Will You Make These Changes to Reduce the Risk of Developing Cancer?

"How can I reduce the risk of developing cancer?"

Most people think of the above question a few times in their lives. The good news: you are 100% capable of "evading" cancer. The "bad" news: you need to change your lifestyle.

We put "bad" in inverted commas because, frankly, most people would rather get cancer and suffer all kinds of tragedy (and risk death when unnecessary) than change their lifestyles for better to
prevent cancer in the first place.

So... telling the average person they need to adopt a new lifestyle and mindset to reduce the risk of developing cancer (or other lifestyle-related diseases) is "bad" news to them.

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What?! Reducing the Risk of Glaucoma by 74% is THAT easy?

What?! Reducing the Risk of Glaucoma by 74% is THAT easy?

Good news for anyone who is a fan of tea — research indicates that a daily cup of tea may reduce the likelihood of glaucoma.

According to a study made by researchers from the University of California, people who drink tea at least once a day “are 74 percent less likely” to be diagnosed with glaucoma, a disease which affects an estimated 2.72 million people in the U.S. alone.

Interestingly enough, researchers found that coffee, tea, and soft drinks do not have the same effect as tea.

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Positive Psychology: How To Be Realistic About “Staying Positive”

Positive Psychology:
How To Be Realistic About "Staying Positive"

For most of us, the new year ushers in a decision to be happy and to be positive. The current cultural emphasis is on positive psychology - a new and important approach. Studies from this field emphasise strengths instead of weaknesses.

But the common paradigm of "happiness is a choice" and "stay positive" sometimes causes more emotional harm than good. In pursuit of "positive vibes", many people can experience shame for being human. We deny the important outcomes of painful and negative experiences.

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