Tips to Successful Intermittent Fasting

Tips to Successful Intermittent Fasting

Practicing a healthier lifestyle is always a better way of living. Nowadays, the more people look for ways to achieve a more fit body, the more diet plans pop up. Which is good, considering you always have more options to choose from. People like shortcuts; the easier, the quicker the better! Which is why fasting for weight loss is growing more popular by the day. Intermittent Fasting or simply IF is unique in that it is time restrictive rather than food group restrictive. It’s the act of fasting for long periods of time then eating during specific intervals instead of restricting yourself from different types of food while keeping regular mealtimes. 

Humans have been dieting since ancient times- before convenience stores, on-demand food delivery, and microwave ovens. Our ancestors had to hunt and gather for every meal, meaning they literally had to be the predator among the vast choices of prey in the wild. Sometimes it can be unsuccessful, which pushed them to involuntarily fasting. If fasting could be done back then, it can most certainly be picked up now with all of our knowledge and conveniences.

Eating more garlic and onions linked to a 79% drop in colorectal cancer risk

Eating more garlic and onions will equal more protection from dis-ease

According to this recent study, consuming high amounts of garlic, onions, and other allium vegetables resulted in a 79% lower risk of colorectal cancer compared to those who only consumed small amounts of these veggies.  Researchers pointed out that more is better.

The study included 833 patients who had colorectal cancer as well as 833 healthy controls that were matched by area of residence, sex, and age.  In general, the findings show that one of the best ways to prevent colorectal cancer is via lifestyle interventions, and dietary interventions prove to be quite effective.

Of course, additional lifestyle interventions will require more in-depth explorations in the future, according to researchers.  But, if you’ve been reading NaturalHealth365 for some time now, you know we talk a lot about how to improve the immune system to minimize the risk of any chronic disease.

Indoor Plants You Need In Your Home

Indoor Plants You Need In Your Home

Life is hectic, period. These days adults and children alike are over-scheduled; constantly zipping from one commitment to the next and by the end of the week, everyone is exhausted and seeking refuge and recuperation for what seems like seconds before the vicious cycle resets. But did you know that in you can achieve Zen-like restoration in the comfort of your own home? By adding a few therapeutic plants you will not only improve the aesthetics but also the air quality while adding a few health and mood-elevating benefits.

Houseplants actually do the opposite of what we do when we breathe; they release oxygen and absorb carbon dioxide, freshening the air and eliminating the harmful toxins. NASA’s extensive research reveals that houseplants can remove up to 87% of toxins in the air within 24 hours.

How to Recognize Suicidal Behavior and What to Do about It

How to Recognize Suicidal Behavior and What to Do about It

It is a heavy topic to talk about—suicide, but one that is very important to look into and address. Thoughts on suicide, or showing suicidal behavior does not choose age, gender, race or social status. The Elderly, adults and children alike can be affected by mental health issues, or depression or anxiety, that could lead to suicidal thoughts and suicidal behavior. Many can feel like suicide is the only way out of the rut that they are in and it manifests in words and actions and behaviors beforehand that can cue family members and friends in that there is something wrong. It is important, then, to know what to watch out for and, even more, know what to do if a friend or loved one is at risk of suicide.

So, how do we recognize suicidal behavior?

Family Detox

Family Detox: How to Cultivate a Toxin-Free Home & Lifestyle

Why You Need to Perform a Family Detox

So, why should you take the time and effort to do a family detox? It’s a big issue when you look at the root cause of why people are suffering from all of their health conditions, their pains, their stress, their anxiety, and everything else that they’re suffering from.

Where is it all coming from?

Well, it’s coming from the accumulation of these things into your body from the food, the air, the water, the chemicals, the environment in which you live. And that’s why it’s so important to learn these things.

Learn what’s toxic around your home, learn what’s toxic going into your body, and teach your children how to live a healthy lifestyle. Not only live a healthy lifestyle but how to properly detoxify your home and your body on a regular basis.

And what does this do? It creates a more happy home environment. It creates clean air to breathe inside your home. It creates clean food to eat. It creates clean water to drink. All these things are a source of the chemicals and toxins you might be consuming on a daily basis.

Identify how important sleep is, how important it is to protect yourself from all the electromagnetic frequencies, how important it is to avoid some of the toxic beverages like fruit drinks, sugary drinks, energy drinks, and non-organic coffee.

Goat Whey Protein

6 Powerful Health Benefits Of Whey Protein

Whey is a nutrient-rich byproduct of the cheese production process. And, although many people get confused, pure whey protein does NOT have casein – which has been associated with allergies.  Widely known for its muscle-building capacity, the health benefits of whey protein go way beyond increased muscle strength.

In fact, a number of scientific studies clearly show that whey protein consumption is good for the kidneys, intestines, and liver – as it helps to easily nourish the body and assist in the elimination of unwanted waste products. Researchers have found that whey helps to reduce high blood pressure, protects against cancer cell growth and reduces the risks associated with inflammatory-related diseases.

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