Originally posted on November 30, 2006 @ 3:38 pm
It’s true that medications can cure illnesses but there’s no harm as well if you go for the tried and tested home remedies. Fortunately, home remedy tips are abundant on the internet and many people turn to them to solve some of their minor health issues from cough, colds and sore throat to stomach and joint pain.
With the wealth of information available online, however, it can be a real challenge where to look for the genuine home remedies. Some blogs are authored by professionals in natural health or health coaches while the others source information from contributors involved in paid blogging jobs.
Here are some of the blogs on natural health you can use as a valuable resource moving forward.
Behind the Living Awareness blog is Sweet Kami, a herbal remedy queen. On her site, she shares pactical information on how to use herbs to cure ailments. For instance, she recommends using ginger, cinnamon and sage to cure the common cold. [Read more…]
Originally posted on August 7, 2015 @ 9:29 pm
Smoking is bad for you, that’s no surprise. For years now you have been told this, there is even a warning on the side of the cigarette box with different warnings. Lung cancer is the leading cause of death in the U.S. Of those deaths, 87 percent of men get lung cancer from smoking and 70 percent of women do.
Not all smokers are adults. Age restrictions on cigarettes don’t stop underage smokers from getting their hands on cigarettes. In fact, according to some statistics, 90 percent of smokers started before they turned 19.
If your teenager is smoking you’ll want to know the facts about why it is bad for them and what it could be doing to their body. While many teens are turning to e-cigarettes these day, these things are not addiction free, nor are they not potentially hazardous. Not enough information is out there about them yet to determine if they are all that much safer than smokes. [Read more…]
Originally posted on August 22, 2015 @ 1:15 pm
While there are certainly many illnesses that can only be treated with powerful medications, it is becoming apparent that alterations in women’s diets can help you manage your condition. Even if you have already become too incapacitated to work and reliant on social security disability, you may be able to experience better days at home with a significant diet change. The old adage “you are what you eat” is never more applicable than in the management of lifelong disabilities. As a woman, there are several diet changes that can help you get healthy and stay healthy.
Eat Plenty of Whole, Plant Based Foods
As creatures that thrive on naturally-derived, plant-based foods, it is surprising how far culture has moved away from those items. Women need to be eating a lot of leafy green vegetables and fruits to maintain perfect health. Eating plenty of whole grains and beans throughout the day will also supply you with the necessary fiber requirements to stay full while keeping your digestive tract humming along. [Read more…]
Originally posted on August 12, 2015 @ 8:39 pm