cardiovascular

  • turmeric

    Scientists have created a new molecule from curcumin, the key chemical component of the spice turmeric. The new compound CNB-001 does not attack clots, but instead repairs stroke damage at the molecular level that feed and support the all-important brain cells, neurons. For a herbal tinctures that reduces cholesterol and lowers blood pressure to reduce the risk of stroke please see Carahealth Blood Pressure & Heart Tonic

  • Exercise

    Physical exercise is important for maintaining physical fitness & can contribute positively to maintaining a healthy weight, building & maintaining healthy bone density, muscle strength & joint mobility.

  • Health Aging

    Ageing is also known as senescence. In general, aging is characterised by the declining ability to respond to stress, increased homeostatic imbalance & increased risk of age related diseases.

  • homeopathy pillules 

    A  systematically review placebo-controlled randomized trials of homeopathy was conducted for psychiatric conditions. The database on studies of homeopathy concluded that there was possibly some benefit.

  • insulin resistance

    Insulin resistance (IR) is the condition in which normal amounts of insulin are inadequate to produce a normal insulin response from fat, muscle, and liver cells. Insulin resistance (IR) is a prominent pathophysiologic component in a myriad of metabolic disorders, including obesity, prediabetes and type 2 diabetes mellitus.

  • cycing ergogenic aids

    Legal natural performance enhancers, also known as ergogenic aids, will give you a mental & physical edge while exercising & competing without causing you harm or threatening yours & your sports reputations.

  • Is drinking water safe to drink?. Unfortunately no, there are over 2,000 contaminants in the water coming from our water taps, many of them are carcinogenic. Why you should avoid reverse osmosis.

  • Beetroot increases our own endogenous antioxidants, contains betacyanin a powerful antioxidant that increases the activity of glutathione peroxidase and glutathione-S-transferase, two antioxidant enzymes made in our liver that protect liver cells against free radical damage.

  • voltaren

    The latest diclofenac (Voltaren) study, led by David Henry of the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences in Toronto, found diclofenac raises your risk of a heart attack or stroke by about 40 percent, compared to taking no NSAID.