Best Guide To Naturally Healing Your Body

Let’s be honest. With all the prescription drugs, antibiotics, painkillers, and antidepressants, in combination with unhealthy diets comprised of lots of meat, dairy, and processed foods, it makes sense that we get sick or develop medical conditions. It’s amazing that we don’t sick more! But we don’t have to live like this. You can take steps to heal yourself naturally before medication is an absolute necessity.

Just think for a second: your body can naturally heal itself. If you fall and scrape your elbow, it will bleed, scab, and then your skin will repair the wounded area. Think of the poor diets and overconsumption of unnecessary medications as a fall that we have taken. Our bodies have the abilities to repair themselves, but we need to take actions to naturally help the process.

Diet and Lifestyle:

Your diet is the thing that can make or break your health. If you are eating a lot of sugar, salty foods, junk foods, processed foods, meat, or dairy products all the time, you can develop health problems such as obesity, heart disease, or even diabetes, all of which are continually rising health issues in America. Add little to no exercise on top of a poor diet and it’s a recipe for disaster. The problem is that people aren’t aware of the damaging effects of the foods they are eating.

Staying healthy can be as simple as eating a lot more fruit and vegetables, cutting out high quantities of meat, limiting dairy consumption, and avoiding processed foods. Let food help you on your quest to health. If you eat real food (veggies, fruit, whole grains, and nuts & seeds), you don’t have to take vitamins and minerals, which may have added chemicals you aren’t aware of. The foods deliver you the essential nutrients your body needs. Combine that with about 30-60 minutes of exercise five days a week and you’ll be well on your way to a healthier life.

Healthy is a Mindset:

Living healthy is more than just eating an apple or salad once a week. It’s more than doing a cleanse and then reverting back to old habits. While a cleanse helps detoxify the body, it doesn’t mean that you’ll be healthy even if you start eating fried foods and things like candy or chips again. Being healthy is about understanding how you can use food, herbs, and natural remedies to your advantage. For instance, eating dandelion greens can help cleanse the liver and decrease inflammation, cranberries help cleanse the blood, and apple cider vinegar can be used to take off moles and skin tags. It’s amazing what you can do with what is naturally available to you.

Lack of Movement is Crippling:

Unless you are walking around through the eyes of your phone and playing Pokemon Go, people have no problem sitting down and watching television or movies for hours everyday. Exercise becomes a lingering thought in the back of your head, but gets flushed away with the release of a new TV series. In addition to this, sitting down at a desk job, for instance, can take a toll on your health. Your posture can suffer, and that can cause chronic neck and back pain. And sitting can promote laziness, which means you aren’t getting outside and absorbing much-needed vitamin D.

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How To Prevent Heart Diseases With Healthy Habits

Heart diseases are attenuating the people and among the leading cause of death across the world. The symptoms of a heart attack are not universal to everyone, and certain risk factors make some people more likely to have cardiac diseases. And if we talk about the risk factors associated with it, they are categorised as modifiable and non-modifiable. Risk elements that can be controlled like weight and other habits are modifiable, while risk factors like genetic disorders that can’t be controlled are non-modifiable. So it is quite clear that by choosing healthy habits and lifestyle you can mitigate the heart diseases and can have a healthy heart.

A healthy lifestyle can help you in a great way to control your blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar level and stress, which will allow you to prevent heart attack and also dwindle the chances of developing the heart diseases. And it is quite easy to have a healthy lifestyle and can be achieved by adopting some healthy habits like a regular workout, eating healthy food, maintaining body weight consistently, cessation of smoking and usage of other forms of tobacco and restrained use of alcohol.

A regular exercise or workout session primarily contributes towards maintaining a healthy body weight and can keep control over cholesterol and blood pressure. Simple activities like walking your dog for 30 minutes every day, performing some garden work or even cleaning your house are counted as exercise as it will allow you to balance your caloric intake. It should not be intense rather these mild activities if developed as a habit can largely contribute towards achieving a better heart condition.

Your diet can largely contribute towards preventing cardiac diseases. Choosing a healthy meal and snacks option will allow you to avert the heart diseases and its complications. Eating foods that are low in saturated fat and cholesterol can aid in preventing high cholesterol and limited use of salt or sodium in your diet can keep control over your blood pressure level. Your diet should have plenty of fresh vegetables and fruits as they are rich in fibre and can prevent any heart-related problems in an excellent way.

Cigarette smoking and use of any other form of tobacco mainly contributes towards the development of heart pain and other cardiovascular diseases. So for a healthy heart, it is always advisable to quit smoking and use of tobacco. Further excessive consumption of alcohol is also dangerous for your heart as it causes high blood pressure and it should be avoided. People who don’t smoke or have limited alcohol consumption have minimal chances of developing coronary ailments.

Stress leads to loss of sleep, headaches, pain and can even exhaust your body. It affects everyone in one or different ways and chronic stress makes the working of heart difficult. And those who are experiencing stress for over an extended period are more likely to develop heart problems. There are many healthy habits like yoga, regular exercise, having enough sleep, letting off worries by spending time with family and friends that can reduce the stress to a great extent and keep your heart healthy.

Diagnosis of a heart problem has always been frightening, but your healthy lifestyle habits can mostly prevent the chances of developing cardiac diseases. Your healthy habits can better be looked as your strategy to overcome any heart problem.

The Connection Of Stem Cell Therapy & Congenital Heart Disease

In order to understand how stem cells are useful to us, we first need to understand what these cells are. Stem Cells start in the embryo as immature biological cells, then become specialized to create bone, muscle, skin, the heart, the brain, and over 250 other types of specialized cells. This is why they are of such value to scientists doing both basic research in the lab and medical research in the clinic. They have the potential to regenerate tissue and cells that have been lost because of disease or injury.

Stem cell therapy has been used to cure a number of health conditions such as heart diseases, neurodegenerative ailments, and diabetes, with bone-marrow transplant being the most commonly used for this type of therapy. There are many ways in which this cell therapy can be conducted, however, stem cells derived from the umbilical cord blood are the safest to use for treatment. Moreover, these cells from young individuals possess superior naivety and plasticity than those from adults.

Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) is the most commonly found abnormality at birth, where the structure and function of the heart is not normal. In 2014, this congenital anomaly affected more than 1% of live born infants and accounted for more than 2.5 million affected children per year worldwide. CHD now occurs in approximately 7-8 out of 1000 live births, a slight improvement. Recent estimations reveal that up to 80% of newborns and infants with CHD are likely to reach adulthood, which can result in a high likelihood for complications later in life.

The cause of congenital heart disease is usually a combination of genetic and environmental factors. While some congenital heart diseases can be treated with medicine alone, others need to be treated with one or more heart surgeries.

In 2006, research at the Boston Children’s Hospital revealed that the heart has its own source of stem cells. These cells can form two major types of heart cells: myocardial cells (the muscles that, together, contract to make the heart beat) and smooth muscle cells (the lining of the heart’s blood vessels). This finding by Stuart Orkin, MD, and Sean Wu, MD, PhD, gave researchers a better insight in to how the heart forms, and also gave fillip to the concept of treating diseased or defective heart tissue with heart stem cells.

In January 2013, a study led by Bernhard Kuhn at the Boston Children’s Hospital found for the first time that young humans (infants, children and adolescents) are capable of generating new heart muscle cells. These findings gave rise to the possibility that scientists could stimulate production of new cells to repair injured hearts.

A team of researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital reported in PNAS Early Edition (July 2013 issue) that they were able to create blood vessels in laboratory mice using human stem cells. The authors explained that using stem cells to repair or regenerate blood vessels could eventually help treat human patients with cardiovascular and vascular diseases.

Stem cell based strategies to cure heart failure in adults have been investigated with promising results; however, stem cell therapy strategies for the pediatric population with heart failure are in its infancy. Further clinical trial studies will be needed to understand the cell biology in order to optimize their regenerative potential.

What Is Cholesterol Really About?

Over twenty years ago I attended a presentation by a nutritional Doctor and he explained why cholesterol wasn’t such a big issue and that it was mostly about selling statins and low cholesterol foods, and that in some countries it barely rates as an issue.

Coming forward to the present there is so much more information available. Not just studies which are poorly constructed and don’t allow for factors which cause errors. Pharmaceutical companies have long been guilty of cherry picking those studies which align with the outcomes they want to support their drugs.

Interestingly enough most of the solid studies are coming out of Scandinavia and also at a time when all studies into a drug have to be considered not just the ones that suit the drug companies.

Now along comes an Irish engineer who had some health problems and wasn’t satisfied with the medical explanations he was receiving.

This fellow is an expert in solving complex engineering problems and has a particular ability to sort through studies and separate those which are properly conducted and those which are weak or inaccurate.

With respect to some of the cholesterol studies he said words to the effect that if they used such faulty data to build a bridge it would fall down. Yet this is the very data which has been used to promote a health problem and a class of drugs which have generated billions of dollars for the various pharmaceutical companies.

I don’t want this article to sound like a conspiracy theory, and I encourage you to do some research of your own and make your own mind up.

As a brief overview, firstly cholesterol is required by every cell in our bodies for us to live. If we eliminated it we would quickly die.

We have drugs called statins which lower the LDL (which is the bad cholesterol, even though technically LDL is a kind of packet which contains cholesterol and triglycerides) But we were told there was no way to raise the HDL (good cholesterol, just another packet with less cholesterol)

We were told that saturated fats raised our cholesterol, but the world’s leading researchers tell us now that is not the case. Eggs and butter are once again good foods.

We now know that a diet rich in good saturated fat and low in carbohydrates lowers blood fats and raises good cholesterol. Carbs actually pull more fats into the blood stream where they are oxidised and ultimately deposited into the artery walls.

The bottom line is eat healthy saturated fats but much less carbohydrate, which is the opposite of the government guidelines issued in the 1970’s as a result of faulty research. This guideline has now been described as the largest failed human dietary experiment in human history.

The bad news is that it still continues in circles which derive their information from past guidelines. My hope is that you will do your own research and don’t just trust your health in information which has failed us so badly.