Health: Take Back Control

Daily we defer our responsibility for our health to the medical industry who fill us with drugs that have the very side effects we want to avoid, that cause disease and ill health and pollute our environments. But it isn’t all desperate…

Take Back Control Of Your Hormonal Health

(NaturalNews) “As a species, we`re on a fast track to extinction,” says Ori Hofmekler, author of The Anti-Estrogenic Diet. “In the past few decades, men have lost 50% of their sperm count and within only one generation, the average man’s sperm count and testosterone have dropped by 20%. Women are no better. Staggering figures show that most women today are suffering from female disorders and three out of ten women between the ages of 35 to 60 will develop breast cancer.” This article will teach you why we have such dreadful statistics and how you can take back control of your hormonal health more

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Drinking coffee Can Reduce Risk of Diabetes

(NaturalNews) Coffee lovers across the world have been disheartened by all the bad things that coffee is supposed to do. Caffeine, the major culprit in coffee, is said to cause addiction, dehydration, panic attacks and emotional fatigue. Pregnant and lactating mothers are often advised not to drink coffee at all. However all is not lost! Several studies have found that drinking coffee actually helps in fighting heart diseases, headaches, asthma and Parkinson`s disease. New studies have confirmed that coffee can also help reduce diabetes.

Studies of the effects of coffee are usually focused on their negative effects. However a new

Coffee has become one of the staple, favourite drinks of a plethora of people worldwide.  It is normally included in people’s everyday routine and diet. Coffee consumption has reportedly generated more than half of a hundred billion dollars worldwide.

Because of its frequent consumption, it has largely stimulated the attention of several scientists in the past to explore its potential risks. However, more positive studies and a lot of evidence have also been emerging in support of the benefits of coffee. Some of these even support the growing notion that health benefits of coffee outnumber the risks.

‘According to Mario Ferruzzi of Purdue University, coffee remains as one of the richest polyphenol sources in the West — one cup already provides a significant amount of 350 milligrams of the said phenolics. Furthermore, chlorogenic acids are the most abundant compounds, which accounts for 12 percent of the green coffee bean.’

As well as positive benefits on diabetes and cancer trials,  good results also on studies involving heart diseases, headaches, asthma, parkinson’s disease, and mental health. more
Joe Mangano of naturalhealthontheweb

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