Lower back pain, the Sacroiliac struggle
Most pain results from stimulation of the nerve endings called nociceptors. These tiny sensory receptors are present in joint structures, spinal ligaments, intervertebral discs, and the muscles that move them, as well as the blood vessels surrounding spinal nerves. Read full article (PDF)
Supplements & good manufacturing practices
Can you trust your supplements? Are you certain about the potency, the quality, and the purity? Read full article (PDF)
Is high cholesterol really that bad?
Cholesterol is important for our health. In fact, the body produces more cholesterol each day than most of us consume in our diet. High cholesterol is attributed to a greater risk of heart attack; however, 52 percent of people who suffer a heart attack have normal cholesterol levels. Read full article (PDF)
Benefits of ionized water
Ionized water is restructured through a process of electrolysis so that you gain three major benefits: faster water absorption, elevated pH levels to encourage the body's natural healing, and the neutralization of harmful substances so the body can process them as waste.
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H1N1 Vaccine Concerns
A confidential letter from the government in the UK to senior neurologists warns doctors to be alert for an increase in a brain disorder called Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS), which could be triggered by the flu vaccine. Read full article (PDF)