Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD primarily affects people during the fall and winter season. It is a form of depression, with periods of being sad, angry or irritable and may leave you feeling more tired than usual. The shorter days and the lack of sun light, especially in areas located far from the equator can disturb your internal clock and you may feel the need to sleep more than usual. Presumably, food was scarce during most of human … [Read more...]

Fasting to Kick-Start Your Weight Loss

Fasting can play an important part in getting you started to lose weight and is beneficial for overweight and obese individuals. A fast can last as little as 12 hours or can be extended to a period of 7 days. Intermittent fasting has been embraced by many religions as a form of cleansing and great ancient personalities like Plato, Socrates, Aristotle, Leonardo Da Vinci, and Pythagoras promoted water fasting as a way to remove toxins and … [Read more...]

If You Have A Heart Attack – Insist On This

If you end up in the emergency room with a heart attack, make sure you insist on a 2 cc injection of magnesium sulfate. In double-blind, placebo-controlled scientific study, they looked at 273 patients who were admitted to the hospital for a heart attack. The study published in one of the most prestigious medical journals revealed that after 4 weeks, the people who received the magnesium, only 7% died versus 19% who did not get the magnesium. … [Read more...]

Carbs and Sugar

Carbohydrates consist of complex long-chain and short-chain carbohydrates or sugars.  All the cells - the cells in the brain - more than the rest - depend on glucose for energy and to function properly. The body makes glucose by splitting complex sugars and carbohydrates into their basic units - mostly sugar. This process begins in the mouth when saliva is added to the food. The enzymes in the saliva hydrolyze carbohydrates into simple sugars … [Read more...]