A Heart Surgeon’s Viral Confession: Natural Food Is the Answer

Around 237,000 people now have Dr. Dwight Lundell’s confession on their Facebook walls. His essay, headlined “Heart Surgeon Declares On [sic] What Really Causes Heart Illness,” was published on a website called Tuned Body in December. Over the past week it has taken off across social media with phenomenal force.

In the essay, Lundell describes […]

1 in 5 Americans with Mental illness…or are they just taking psycho tropic drugs?

One in five adults in the United States, or nearly 50 million people, suffered mental illnesses in 2010, with women and young adults suffering disproportionately, a government report released on Thursday found. […]

5 Surprising Culprits Behind Obesity and Weight Gain

In this interesting article below by Mike Barrett featured on Infowars, we see some things you may not have thought of that will promote weight gain and even obesity. We know that diet and exercise play a major role but many who take care of these factors are still challenged when it comes to keeping […]

Stroking out under 40

Stroke hospitalizations among Americans under 45, particularly teenage boys and men under 34, rose dramatically between 1994 and 2007 but fell among older people, said a study on Wednesday […]

Diet affects IQ in Kids

If a 3-year-old eats too much processed food, it might lower his or her IQ by the age of 8, a new study suggests […]

Sick Population

According to a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly half of U.S. adults have either unhealthy cholesterol levels or high blood pressure. […]

Heart disease set to soar

There’s a new forecast of the cost to treat heart disease in the U.S. over the next 20 years — and it isn’t pretty. […]

Feel Good Foods

10 foods that make people happier […]

Organic Farming can make a difference

The strategy of ecological intensification using organic principles and practices is a new paradigm to feed the world while empowering the poor and mitigating climate change and biodiversity loss. […]

Obesity Costs

Nearly 17% of U.S. medical costs can be blamed on obesity, according to new research that suggests the nation’s weight problem may be having close to twice the impact on medical spending as previously estimated. […]