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Superfoods are quite the rave these days. Every month, there seems to be a new super fruit or vegetable that you may have never seen or even heard of before. Their amazing benefits are often touted in such a way that they seem more than super. They actually seem magical!
The truth is, there is no superfood that will give you magical powers. Sorry to burst your bubble! Most superfoods are truly amazing but, individually, they are limited. The key is to incorporate an abundance of these foods in your daily diet. Your body needs a variety of healthy foods in order to thrive and achieve real wellness.
That doesn’t mean that you have to go on an exotic and expensive grocery trip to pick up sacha inchi, salsify and maca. The good news is that most superfoods are inexpensive and commonly found either in your own garden or in your local produce market. Try adding a variety of these common superfoods to a green smoothie to super charge your daily nutrition.
Here is a fantastic infographic from Evoke.ie to help you understand what you need to know.
Every year on October 16th people from around the world join together to raise awareness on World Spine Day as part of the Bone and Joint Decade’s Action Week. The@World_Spine_Day (WSD) theme for 2014 is “Straighten Up and Move”, focusing on the importance of proper posture and movement in maintaining good spinal health.
The month of pink is upon us once again. As more and more people relate the color pink to breast cancer, they are duped into believing that any pink product will somehow help to fight breast cancer. Unfortunately, this is simply not true!
Did you know that most pink products sold this month, under the guise of supporting breast cancer research, actually do more to causecancer than they do to prevent it? Instead of raising awareness of breast cancer this month with pink cancer-causing products, strive to actually preventcancer. These pink anti-cancer foods are a great start.
October is National Chiropractic Health Month. Last month – September 18th – marked the 119th anniversary of the founding of the Chiropractic profession by Daniel David Palmer in 1895. Since then, Chiropractic Health Care has flourished globally and has become the leading form of natural health care in the United States. It has positively impacted the lives of millions of Americans.
As a Chiropractic Physician, I have had the opportunity to witness many amazing results and benefits of Chiropractic care. Even now, as I pause to review the astounding growth of my profession, I am amazed by the numbers. Here are some fascinating facts about Chiropractic and Chiropractic Physicians that you are sure to find impressive.
The international Ebola outbreak has caused a wave of alarm among people who are concerned it might spread to their own city or nation. It’s a legitimate concern, given that the government of Liberia has already issued a desperate plea for international help after declaring the pandemic “[beyond] the control of the national government.”(1)
Here at Natural News, we’re being flooded with requests from people asking whether any natural cures exist to kill Ebola. In short, there are no proven natural cures for Ebola, but there are some extremely valuable herbal formulas which may be lifesavers. There are also some valuable immune boosting strategies detailed here which can save many lives. Here’s what we know so far:
It means becoming aware that attitudes and emotions influence our health. It means taking responsibility for our attitudes, and making the commitment to change the negative ones. No matter what attitudes our parents, friends, or associates influenced us with, or what our life experiences have been, we are still responsible for our own attitudes. We are the only ones who can change them. Blaming others gets us nowhere except into a rut. Taking personal responsibility for where we are in life is the first step toward improving our attitudes.”