Health A-Z, Living

9 Tips to Reverse the Harmful Effects of Excess Salt Intake

The Damaging Health Effects of Excess Salt Consumption Do you know that high salt intake: Weakens your immune system Promotes tissue inflammation Activates autoimmune diseases 1 Triggers hypertension 2 Affects heart health 3 Causes osteoporosis 4 Prompts cancer 5 These side effects of excess salt consumption have been observed over years by scientists and researchers. As you can see, the conclusions are quite grim. You see, to preserve a good health, a person should consume about 1,500 milligrams/day. In reality, the average American takes in over 3,592 milligrams of salt/day. And if you are: over 50 years old or African-American

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Food, Health A-Z, Living

Lesser-Known Health Benefits of Potatoes You Need to Know

If you’re interested in boosting your body’s overall performance, then look no further than the potato. That’s right: potatoes have healing powers. For centuries, potatoes have gained quite a bad reputation since they were considered to be toxic for humans. And now, they continue to be surrounded by a bad aura. But that only happens because they are associated with fried foods that make us fat. But despite all that, the potatoes are still among the most consumed foods in the world. Coincidence? I think not. As far as I am concerned, in this day and age, potatoes are like

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Health A-Z, Living

Blood Type AB – Health Risks Associated with the World’s Rarest Blood Type

If you have type AB blood then congratulations! You are incredibly unique because this blood type is found in less than 5% of the population. This is one of the reason I mentioned the word “alien”, because it is so rare. Also, this blood type is one of the “newest” blood types. It appeared approximately 12 centuries ago. In comparison to type O blood, which is the oldest blood type. Nevertheless, the type AB blood type resulted from the intermingling of Type A and Type B blood types. In other words, if you have this blood type, then you get

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Health A-Z, Living

Blood Type B Health Risk – What Is The Deadly Trigger Behind Your Disease?

Is your blood type B? If yes, then there are a couple of things that you should know. One, your blood type is quite unique. You essentially carry the genetic potential for great malleability. In other words, you have the ability to thrive in challenging conditions. You’re flexible, but this comes at a price. Because it’s hard to keep everything in balance, type B people are more prone to stress. This way they resemble blood type A individuals a lot. Higher levels of cortisol trigger: Disrupt your sleep patterns Cause daytime brain fog Disrupt your GI Suppress your immune system Related: Sleep

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Living, Natural Home Remedies

Cheat Sheet: Trick Your Body into Skipping the Next-Day-Hangover

There are many reasons to celebrate and be grateful for. But on such occasions, we all like to have a drink or too.  And given that we can’t always control how much we drink, (sometimes it’s all about the peer pressure, right?), I’ve decided to put together a cheat sheet article on how you can actually trick your body into skipping the next-day-hangover. Do this to prevent a mother of a hangover Before Starting Drinking 1. Eat fatty foods It is important to consume protein and fatty foods before drinking, because these particular foods will actually slow down the absorption

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Health A-Z, Living

The Blood Type-Disease Connection No One Tells You About

Is your blood RH positive/+ or negative/-? Lately I’ve been giving you a lot of information about blood types. But there’s one aspect I haven’t mentioned yet. And that’s the Rh factor. Many of you have asked me about + and – blood type and wanting to know more about it. So, today, you will learn all about it! If you want to find out if your blood is + or – a simple blood test can be done to show you that. The result of this blood test reveals if your red blood cells contain a protein called the

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Health A-Z, Living

Mythbusting: Are Microwaves really safe for you and your family?

How much do you use your microwave oven on a daily basis? If you use it very often, then I have something to tell you and it might save not only your life but your loved ones as well. And I am not exaggerating. Since the invention of the Microwave oven in 1947 and to this day, people have been using it to reheat food and make their lives easier. Or so they thought… You might remember the cigar commercials on TV, where doctors used to advertise them. Movies were filled with actors who always smoked. But what happened after

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Health A-Z, Living

Is there a connection between a Fungus Infection and Psoriasis?

 Is your fungus putting you at a higher risk of developing psoriasis? An increasingly worrying number of studies are beginning to reveal this shocking truth. Fungus not only… Causes brain fog and poor memory issues Drains you of your energy Causes you digestive problems Triggers rheumatoid arthritis Causes mood swings, anxiety, and depression Breeds severe seasonal allergies Generates strong sugar cravings … but it can unravel and impair your body’s ability to fight back against potentially FATAL disorders, including Psoriasis. The worst part about this disorder is that people with a rash or skin patch usually ignore this annoying condition, and

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