Multiple Sclerosis and the Quality of Life

by Rebecca Evans, guest contributor

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For many, a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis can be both terrifying and a relief. Terrifying because of the unknown and assumptions about quality of life in the years ahead (more on this in a minute), but also a relief because there is finally a name connected to the problems that have plagued them.

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Let’s Stop Demonizing Saturated Fat and Cholesterol!

The common notion that saturated fat and cholesterol are “bad” for our health began in the 1960s when the medical profession began to aggressively promote ideas such as the diet-heart hypothesis. Recently, this longstanding viewpoint is being challenged by several observers.

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Book: The Plant Paradox, by Steven R. Gundry M.D.

In the book called “The Plant Paradox: The Hidden Dangers in Healthy Foods That Cause Disease and Weight Gain” (published by HarperCollins and available on Amazon and other book sellers), noted heart surgeon and cardiologist Dr. Steven Gundry explains that gluten represents just one type of a highly toxic, plant-based protein known as lectin.

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Taking Organic Sulfur May Help You Lose Weight

Obesity is a major health concern that impacts millions worldwide, especially in North America, and this topic was covered in MarketWatch’s May 2017 article entitled, “The U.S. is the most obese nation in the world, just ahead of Mexico.” While there are no clinical studies that show that regularily taking oral doses of organic sulfur can help a person to lose weight, circumstantial evidence suggests that it may be possible.

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Know the Difference Between Heme and Non-Heme Iron

by William Munir, guest contributor

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Iron is the primary source of oxygen to body cells for any animals (Ed. note: Per Daily Health Post, vitamin C, copper, calcium, and organic sulfur also improve cellular uptake of oxygen). The iron disorder is a serious health issue which may develop due to an overload of iron in the bloodstream or its deficiency. Such disorder leads to anemia, hemochromatosis and many life-threatening diseases. Besides that, it also hampers a healthy living in daily life.

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Wet towel soaked with organic sulfur water may relieve pain from a sprain or cut

The next time you sprain an ankle, stub your toe, cut your finger with a knife, or fall on the floor or pavement, if you don’t have any arnica or comparable remedy in your medicine cabinet, you may find that wrapping the affected area with a paper towel soaked in organic sulfur water can help relieve the pain and inflammation quickly.

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READER POLL: How do you detoxify?

Staying healthy despite constant exposure to environmental and food-related toxins is a challenging task. Popular detoxification protocols involve liver and colon cleanses, activated charcoal, Bentonite clay, zeolite, and Epsom salt baths. You are invited to share what works best for you by completing our two-question poll. Click the Continue Reading button below to view the poll results.

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