MSM (methyl-sulfonyl-methane) is a natural sulfur, most abundant in our body after water ans sodium. However, it should not be confused with sulfur drugs or dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO), to which some people are allergic. It originates as dimethyl sulfide (DMS) in the ocean with an aid of plankton, transforms to MSM in the . . . → Read More: MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane).
In the previous post I wrote about energy production and clearly, we need glucose to function. All of our cells use glucose for energy. However, even slightly elevated glucose levels can result in deadly implications. Sugar damages cells and excess glucose is one of the most ageing factors, which is responsible for diabetes . . . → Read More: The Implications Of Elevated Glucose Levels.
Nutrients are our fuel and an essential part of energy production. Lack of certain nutrients can result in tiredness, exhaustion and lethargy. In our modern hectic lifestyles, food is often grabbed on the run, with preference for convenience rather than nutrition. Lack of nutritional education pays its toll too. People tend to recycle . . . → Read More: Nutrients For Energy.
Lower back pain can range from annoying to debilitating and nowadays it starting to affect not only adults but schoolchildren too. We spend too much time sitting: glued to our PCs at work and at home, sitting on sofas watching TV, sitting in public transport or in car. Many of us spend as . . . → Read More: Maintaining Healthy Lower Back.
Today, I’d like to publish a list of digestive aids with just a brief description of each, to summarise what’s available in stores and which supplement to use for a particular problem. Digestive system is very complex and large. It is closely connected with immune system and is responsible for many processes in . . . → Read More: The List Of Digestive Aids.
Have you ever wondered why we feel better on sunny days and have unexplained headaches and fatigue when it’s grey and miserable outside? While the connection between weather conditions and well-being is evident on many occasions, scientifically it is not well researched and still unclear. Bio-meteorology is the only interdisciplinary study that looks . . . → Read More: Weather And Well-being.
Just an update while I’m writing a major post. I find it interesting how many people seem to think that being a little overweight is actually healthy, especially for women, and that it definitely do not impose any major risk to health. Well, it just isn’t so, and a recent study performed by . . . → Read More: Weight Gain Effect On Blood Vessels.
Often, when people hear about “detox”, they think about diet or fasting, consumption of copious amounts of water and scary looking drinks of green colour and disgusting taste. While it might be true for digestive system detoxification, there is another detoxification process, which happens naturally every day. This is a complex process of . . . → Read More: Antioxidants And Detoxification Process.
We are constantly bombarded by the army of bacteria, fungi and viruses, yet most people do manage to stay healthy most of the time. This is because almost every part of our body is protected by a complex immune system, that is our defence system which protects us from invading organisms, toxic by-products . . . → Read More: A Brief Introduction To Immune System.
Who wants to have average health? Absence of disease is not an indication of a good health. Plenty of energy, ability to concentrate, good memory, good physical fitness, lack of digestive disorders, radiant skin, healthy hair and nails, higher IQ, good mental health and emotional balance, good immune system – these are just . . . → Read More: Why Should You Take Supplements?