Ancient Wisdom Meets Buteyko Understanding...
Being Indoors Making You Sick?
Is a "sick building" responsible for your illness?
A Mouth Full Of Teeth?
Is your dentist recommending extractions and braces? You need to read this first: Your breathing pattern determines your teeth placement. Yep. You read it right. How you breathe determines how straight or skewed your teeth will become. And eminent dentists, like Dr. John Flutter and Professor John Mew both agree: If you breathe through your... Continue Reading →
Studies prove: You need your feet on the ground to be healthy….
The simple act of placing bare feet on natural ground has huge physiological benefits. An independent 2011 study published in the journal of homeopathic and complementary medicine showed how having contact with the Earth had some interesting healing consequences for the individuals in the trial. The researchers concluded: "Earthing the human body influences human physiologic... Continue Reading →
Pink Salt: Should you Pass?
Pink Salt or Sea Salt? Which is Better?
Saline Solutions often not worth their Salt…
Over the counter saline solutions may be making your allergies worse....
Allergy Meds increase Risk of Dementia
Do you take Anticholinergics regularly? You may be increasing your risk for developing Dementia, according to this study. What are anticholinergics? These are medications used to relieve asthma attacks and reduce spasm of smooth muscle tissue - like the muscles that make up your airways, digestive tract or urinary system. Asthmatics regularly use anticholinergics like... Continue Reading →
Colloidal Silver: hoping for a Silver Lining?
Colloidal Silver is used for treating everything in everyone. But is is actually dangerous?
Asthmatics Less Likely to finish School: Why?
Studies show that asthmatics are likely to leave school unqualified. We explore this issue.
Up In Smoke: How Barbecue Smoke can cause respiratory illness
South Africans love to Barbecue. We've even sealed this love with a National Holiday devoted to the practice, and celebrate the act of cooking food on an open fire as a cultural pastime that most of us share. And we are not alone. In almost every part of the world, there is something 'romantic' about... Continue Reading →