• Cheating Death

    In the past two years, I’ve said a final goodbye to over a dozen buddies and acquaintances of mine. All were around my age, and almost all of their deaths were preventable. Had it not been for Ana, theirs would have been my fate a couple years ago. In...
  • Oregano Oil – Because It’s Good For You

    Staying illness and disease free is a huge part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Prevention is key but what do you do when you feel like you are getting sick? These days, we are being encouraged more and more to avoid antibiotics unless it’s truly necessary because of the...
  • Epsom Salt – The Magic Crystals You Should Never Be Without

    If you are sore from training and you don’t know about Epsom Salt, then welcome to a much happier and comfortable rest of your life. The benefits of Epsom Salt (Magnesium Sulfate) have been known since the 17th century but in our, “Take The Next-Best-Everything-Supplement”, fitness industry culture, little...
  • Fiber In Fruit And Whole Grains Tied To Healthy Aging

    By Lisa Rapaport – Reuters Eating lots of fiber-rich fruits and breads may be one way to live longer without developing chronic diseases, an Australian study suggests. Researchers followed about 1,600 adults aged 49 or older who didn’t have any history of cancer, stroke or heart disease for a...
  • Vitamin D

    Vitamin D is a fat-soluble nutrient. It is one of the 24 micronutrients critical for human survival. The sun is the major natural source of the nutrient, but vitamin D is also found naturally in fish and eggs. It is also added to dairy products. Supplemental vitamin D is...
  • Why You Should Eat Your Garlic

    Article courtesy of and with permission from Examine.com Taking or eating garlic can benefit cardiovascular health, physical and sexual vitality, cognition, and resistance to infection. It also has anti-aging properties. Raw or aged garlic reliably reduces total cholesterol and Low-density Lipoprotein (LDL-C), while increasing High-density Lipoprotein (HDL-C). Garlic also...
  • FDA Strengthens Warning For NSIADs

    In 2005, the FDA warned that taking NSAID’s (Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs) like Ibuprofen and Naproxen increased the risk of having a heart attack or stroke. In July 2015, the FDA strengthened that warning on the advice of an expert panel. While aspirin is an NSAID, it does not pose...
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