Many people, even asthma sufferers, aren’t aware that not all asthma is the same. There are different variations that can have wildly different triggers and treatments. What do you need to know? Asthma is a very common respiratory condition caused when the lining of the airways become inflamed due to extra mucus that cause the […]
What is NASH? 14 Symptoms You NEED to Look Out For. The damage may be invisible but the pain is not! NASH is Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis or an advanced form of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. There are more than 3 million cases in the United States alone per year and most do not know they have it […]
Malaria is the most common parasitic diseases affecting the largest number of people around the world followed by Schistosomar – or blood flukes, is an infectious parasite easily caught when the skin is in contact with contaminated water where the snails are living. it is not transmitted person to person. People infected this parasite can […]
Do your supplements contain Maltodextrin? First of all, what does it matter you may ask? It does, and here’s why…. Maltodextrin is used widely by the supplement industry as an additive, filler (in sugar substitutes) and preservative. It has no nutritional value and the bottom line is – it’s terrible for your metabolism. Absolutely terrible. […]
How effective is the Agaricus blazei Murrill mushroom when used topically? Many animals and people are bitten by snakes each year all over the world and it can be life-threatening, depending on if the snake is venomous or not. There are 4 venomous snakes in Brazil alone; Jararaca, Cascavel (rattlesnake), Coral and Sururucu. Of all […]
The study had 11 volunteers and the cholesterol levels had to greater than 200 mg/dl at the start of the study, which was measured by serum blood test. The liquid mushroom extract dosage was 1 ml or (equal to 10 grams of fresh mushrooms) which is less than the recommended therapeutic dosage. The extract was provided by Desert Forest Nutritionals.
Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) is the second most common type of skin cancer affecting about 1 million people every year (115 cases every hour). This cancer affects the outer later of our skin (squamous cells) especially on the head and neck, arms and legs. Squamous cell skin cancer usually appears as red scaly patches, warts and open sores.
It affects the pancreas which is responsible in releasing enzymes that aid digestion and hormones that control blood sugar levels. This type of cancer is usually very aggressive and spreads rapidly. Common symptoms are jaundice, pain, bowel obstruction and weight loss.