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Keto Diet: A Possible Aide to Asthma Sufferers

Keto Diet: A Possible Aide to Asthma Sufferers

Asthma is a respiratory condition that causes serve constriction of the airways (specifical bronchi of the lungs). Individuals who are asthmatic experience hypersensitivity (overly sensitive)  to certain allergens. While a normal non-asthmatic individual may only experience small inflammation from interaction with a specific allergen, the immune system of asthmatic patients overreacts, leading to inflammation/increased swelling

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Heal Your Body Through Fasting

In this interview with Dr. Jason Fung you’ll discover some of the benefits of fasting to your overall health. In his book “The Complete Guide to Fasting: Heal Your Body Through Intermittent, Alternate-Day, and Extended Fasting,” he details how to implement a fasting program and overcome some of the challenges. Watch the video here…

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Surviving Keto in Quarantine

In addition to being a popular diet for weight loss, people follow the ketogenic diet for a number of medical conditions, including epilepsy, diabetes and polycystic ovarian syndrome. The extremely low-carbohydrate diet relies mostly on meat, dairy, non-root vegetables and some nuts and seeds. Dairy in particular has been hard to acquire in many stores. Here are

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Bolster Your Immune System With Keto Diet

The ketogenic diet works by starving your body from “quick fuel” carbohydrates so that it burns fat to use as energy. Known mostly as a weight-loss tool, the keto diet also boasts a number of additional benefits as well, including low inflammation and sharper mental and physical health to those who ascribe to the diet.

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The Importance of Vitamin C During This Pandemic

In this interview, Dr. Mercola’s guest Dr. Andrew Saul, editor-in-chief of the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, reviews what we currently know about vitamin C (ascorbic acid) for the prevention and treatment of novel coronavirus COVID-19. At the time of this interview, March 17, 2020, COVID-19 has triggered mass hysteria — in the United States at

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How To Go About Your Diet During The CoVid-19 Quarantine

Dairy is wiped out. There are two packages of chicken left. The vegetables are mostly gone. These are the sights that have met Americans in grocery stores across the country as fears about the coronavirus pandemic have led to panic shopping. The absence of staple food products – like bread, eggs and chicken – is stressful for everyone, but particularly

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The Best Disinfectant for Surfaces Amidst CoVid-19

COVID-19 (initially called 2019-nCoV) has, since December 2019, spread to 127 countries and regions. While causing milder symptoms than SARS, and having a far lower mortality rate than either SARS or MERS, its infection rate appears far more accelerated. Due to it being an enveloped virus (meaning its single-strand RNA is enveloped in a bubble

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Great Allies Against Coronavirus

As the outbreak of novel coronavirus, COVID-19,1 continues to spread around the world,2 researchers are feverishly searching for effective remedies. According to a February 15, 2020, Nature article,3 more than 80 clinical trials are underway testing remedies ranging from intravenous vitamin C and stem cells from menstrual blood to HIV drugs and malaria medication. There’s also a study looking at

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