Feel Good – Look Good

re-published from MyWeeklyPreview, Sunshine Coast Thu, 19th Feb 2015 Words: Candice Holznagel Food faddism is taking the country by storm. Paleo, meal replacement programs, dairy-free, gluten-free and detox diets are the norm in thousands of households right around the nation. Now more than ever, there is a focus on healthy living but the question is: […]

Autism and N-Acetyl Cysteine

Research has shown us that there are a few factors that contribute to Autism. Toxins, oxidative stress and a deficiency in key antioxidants all lead to neuro-developmental problems, brain damage and potentially Autism. Glutathione and Autism One of the most crucial components in our body’s fight against oxidative damage and the accumulation of toxins is […]

Aluminium In Vaccines – A Cause Of Autism?

Whilst investigating the possible causes of autism in a 6 year old girl I came across this independent empirical study published at http://www.mdpi.com/1099-4300/14/11/2227 The abstract reads: Abstract: Autism is a condition characterized by impaired cognitive and social skills, associated with compromised immune function. The incidence is alarmingly on the rise, and environmental factors are increasingly […]

The Mercury – Autism Connection

This article was first written by C. Thomas Corriher, published on the The Health Wyze Report and entitled "How To Cure Autism and The Time Bomb Of Mercury Poisoning". The article is reprinted here with permission of The Health Wyze Report under their Liberal Copyright Policy Whilst many references in this article refer to USA conditions […]

Dispel the Myths: The Real Scoop on Saturated Fat

by Elizabeth Walling   (NaturalNews) In the judicial system, it is required that any defendant must be considered innocent until proven guilty. In the world of nutrition, it seems the opposite philosophy reigns. Saturated fats have been vilified for decades. It has been declared that these fats are killing us, although adequate proof has never […]

Prenatal Mediterranean Diet Cuts Risk of Asthma, Allergies in Children

 by David Gutierrez (NaturalNews ) Women who eat a Mediterranean diet while pregnant appear to reduce their children’s risk of developing allergies and asthma, while those who eat more red meat appear to increase it, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Crete, Greece, and published in the journal Thorax. Researchers […]

Pregnancy and Gestational Vitamin D Deficiency

In the last 10 years, an increasing amount of research suggests that some of the damage done by Vitamin D deficiency is done in-utero, while the fetus is developing. Much of that damage may be permanent, that is, it can not be fully reversed by taking Vitamin D after birth. This research indicates Vitamin D […]

Inflammation – The Fire Within

What is inflammation? Inflammation is your body’s response to any harmful agent, such as something that can cause disease (e.g. bacteria, virus), an allergen or other irritant. In short, inflammation is your body’s natural response to something that causes irritation. Inflammation is a protective mechanism designed to remove the harmful agent as well as begin […]

Detoxification – Healthy Elimination Channels

Detoxification – It’s More Than Skin Deep! Skin is an external reflection of how your body is functioning internally. A key consideration to ensure healthy, radiant skin is minimising the build up of toxins and wastes within the body by supporting their removal. There are various organs within the body that are responsible for eliminating […]

The Stunning Effect of This Single Vitamin on CANCER…

By Dr. Joseph Mercola What if a cure for cancer has been right here all along? What if the very agency charged with protecting your health is the one keeping you from that cure? The Truth about Vitamin D Everyone's talking about vitamin D right now, especially since the Institute of Medicine's Food and Nutrition […]

Conventional medicine finally admits MS caused by vitamin D deficiency

by M.K. Tyler (NaturalNews) Is it true that those who suffer from Multiple sclerosis (MS) just need a little sun? Researchers at the University of Oxford seem to think so. In 2006, a study by the Journal of the American Medical Association suggested higher levels of vitamin D might decrease overall risk of developing MS. […]