Beauty, Food, Health A-Z, Living

Top 4 Anti-Inflammatory Foods that Destroys Cancer and Prevents Diseases

Everywhere we turn, we see people suffering from cancer or diabetes. There are countless more articles and medical studies on cancer or diabetes than on any other disease. But don’t worry, I am here to help you with anything I can. Last week I met a patient suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. Rheumatoid arthritis manifests through a chronic inflammatory process, and it predominantly affects joints of the hands and feet, and it is accompanied by morning stiffness and pain. Although it does not yet benefit from curative treatment, there are plenty of foods that can alleviate this inflammatory disease and mitigate

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Fitness, Health A-Z, Living

Does Sport Really Help You Shed The Pounds?

There are a ton of newly-discovered methods, overnight specialists, and lots of advice on the market, and it’s pretty hard to know what’s real and what’s myth anymore. The Importance of Sport Your body is just like a machine. It needs fuel and it needs oil. If you meet these needs, then it’ll be working at its best. But looking around, there are not many people who do so. Actually, there are far more people dealing with obesity or health problems, which are nothing else but the consequence of feeding the wrong kind of fuel to the body. But how

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Living

Exhaustion – The Symptom of a Dangerous but often Overlooked Health Issue

If you feel drained on a daily basis, then one of the culprits might be your thyroid gland. Once you get older, almost every organ in your body becomes lazy. And that is a problem, especially if your thyroid gland hits the snooze button. You see, when your thyroid doesn’t work properly, you might start to experience: Tiredness Hair loss Weight gain Feeling cold Depression and many others If you want to see whether or not you suffer from a thyroid condition, check out this article -> Hidden Diseases – What Are The Warning Signs Of Thyroid Disease Having a

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Living

Knitting – The Hobby that Reduces Dementia, Anxiety, Stress and Arthritis Pain

My beloved mother in law (may she rest in peace) knitted a somewhat similar baby jumper, like in the picture below, for my firstborn. She lived up to the honorable age of 95 and she was smart as a whip. No dementia or memory loss issue, she could always remember her grocery list and never forgot to take her remedies and enjoy her siesta. Little did we all know that her favorite downtime – knitting – was actually responsible for her brain health and general state of wellbeing. And when I stumbled on the following research, I realized that my

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Living

Clothing Allergies – Shocking and Unfortunately Extremely Dangerous

I was asked an interesting question recently: “Dr. Ishiguro, is it true that clothes can sometimes cause itchy rashes and allergies?” And my answer to that is: “Unfortunately, yes.” Clothing Allergies: The Scary Truth Most of my patients report the following symptoms, once they fall prey to their unexpected clothing allergies: Runny nose Watery eyes Acne Skin redness Blisters which crack and leak fluids, which crust around the affected skin But  these are just the mild symptoms which can plague you. When it comes down to the not-so-ok-to-live-with symptoms… things can change by up to 180 degrees. I’m talking about a

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Food, Living

Rhubarb – 5 Healing Recipes that Improve Your Health and Help You Lose Weight

Today I want to share with you delicious and yet healing food recipes with rhubarb that my wife likes to pamper me with. So let’s just dive right in. 1. Rice Pudding with Rhubarb and Strawberry Sauce Ingredients 8 oz. of chopped rhubarb 27 oz. of water 16 oz. of milk 1/4 teaspoon salt one pinch of nutmeg 7 oz. of long grain rice 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 5 oz. of mascarpone 2 oz. of sugar 5 oz. of Porto wine Porto 10 oz. of sliced ​​strawberries Method Using a bowl, mix the strawberries with 0.7 oz. of sugar. Then

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Food, Health A-Z, Living

Do Dairies Really Protect You Against Osteoporosis?

How many times have you been told to eat milk and other dairies to have strong bones and secure your calcium intake? I bet the answer is more times than you can count. But there’s just one problem… As opposed to the popular belief, milk can actually increase the risk of you suffering from bone fractures by 50%! Up to date, there are several thousand medical studies, and they’ve all reached the same conclusion and debunked the myth that milk is good for you. A Harvard study, which prospectively tracked the dietary intake and medical histories of 77,761 women along

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Beauty, Health A-Z, Living

The Color Of Your Skin Tells You How Healthy You Really Are

What if there was a way for you to spot some of the most fatal diseases out there, BEFORE they wreak havoc upon your health? Without spending $$$ on doctors’ consultations and tests… and without having to take the word of rookie doctors for it. In fact, it’s something so easy to do that it was accidentally discovered by a 7-year-old kid. Erik, who is the grandson of one of my eldest patients, saw his grandmother’s purple arm rash and told her that she would die. Emma laughed, but there was something about that whole experience that continued to bother

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