Chinese researchers have shown that several essential oils will kill 90 percent or more of breast cancer cells. In fact, essential oils are natural substances that provide an assortment of health benefits beyond their ability to fight cancer cells.
is an internationally renowned mind-body health practitioner, author, motivational speaker and teacher. He holds doctorates in both Oriental and alternative medicine, has done research in eight countries and has developed a model of health and wellness grounded in a self-directed, self-cure approach.
Ancient mind-body martial arts and healing traditions are a passion of mine. Anything that has withstood the test of time and has been handed down for centuries or even thousands or years, must have merit.
By now it’s safe to assume that most of us know that beans are good for your heart. After all, the song says so. And it’s true because beans and legumes are complex superfoods that are high in fiber and antioxidants that fight diseases like heart disease, cancer and diabetes.
The upper limbs are essential for all most forms of athletics and activities in daily living. Many fitness and exercise programs focus on cardiovascular health and strengthening the major arm, core and leg muscles.
Metabolic syndrome is a nasty health condition that just seems to sneak up on people. Also known as insulin resistance syndrome and syndrome-X, metabolic syndrome can have deadly consequences.
It is not surprising that many people experience pain and injury during exercise. While it is great that many can make time to exercise, some forgo the necessary warm-up and warm down routines that make the time less stressful on the body, the muscles and joints.
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease of the central nervous system that affects the communication pathway from your brain to your body.
Headaches are a common problem that keeps many from living the vibrant life they are meant to live. A simpler way to resolve headaches is to determine the location of where the pain is in the head. Simple solutions then follow.
Throughout our lives, our states of wellness seem to come and go. Like a tide that ebbs and flows, at times we are well and fit and at other times we fill sick or experience pain and disease. But are we at fault?
Everyone has an opinion on what they like to drink. Experts one day like to tell us something is good for us and the next day it is bad. They say beer is bad because of the carbs, and yeast and alcohol; then suddenly they say drink dark beer to help stave off poor eyesight. Very odd, indeed.
There are many problems with the modern diet. Too much processing, genetically modified crops, preservatives, transfats and high amounts of added sugar present a real and direct threat to health and longevity.
Neck pain is one of those wellbeing issues that face millions each day.
It seems like there always has been a wide divide between the beliefs and practices of modern scientific medicine and traditional or alternative medicine. Sometimes, however, science makes an important discovery that is exciting to both ends of the health care spectrum.