Trans Fat Free and Healthy? Jordan Rubin from Extraordinary Health Magazine The war against trans fats has been an ongoing battle that reached a peak in recent years. In 2003 the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) decided that trans fats should be listed on food labels. A year later, mounting scientific data led an […]
September 1, 2014
August 19, 2014
Hard-heartedness is defined as “an absence of concern for the welfare of others,” being “cold-hearted,” or “lacking in feeling; pitiless; cold.” The Bible contains numerous references to people being hard-hearted, and none of them carry positive connotations or results. One such reference is found in the person of Pharaoh.
January 15, 2014
We tell ourselves that we don’t have the time necessary to devote to an exercise program or eating plan, or we convince ourselves that it will just be too difficult, and we give up before we start! Most people set unrealistic goals for themselves and feel like failures when they don’t reach them. This is a cycle of negative self-talk that continues throughout the year until the next January when the whole process starts again.
November 10, 2013
UV light is known to activate an important skin hormone called solitrol. Solitrol influences our immune system and many of our body’s regulatory centers, and, in conjunction with the pineal hormone melatonin, causes changes in mood and daily biological rhythms. The hemoglobin in our red blood cells requires ultraviolet (UV) light to bind to the oxygen needed for all cellular functions. Lack of sunlight can, therefore, be held co-responsible for almost any kind of illness, including skin cancer and other forms of cancer.
May 11, 2013
My father in law was a vigorous doctor who ran 3 practices. However, he worried about his cholesterol level. So he went to his doctor and received a prescription for a statin drug. The drug pulled platelets off of his veins and dropped them right into his heart. He had a heart attack, and died […]
July 10, 2009
High blood glucose levels are one of the most common killers of Americans, according to new research from Harvard researchers. In a study that assessed 12 dietary, lifestyle and metabolic factors risk factors in causes of preventable death, high blood glucose levels came out as the fifth most deadly killer, after tobacco, high blood pressure, overweight/obesity, physical inactivity.