Archive for August 2011
Hip joint problem can be really troublesome, sometimes requiring even major surgery and hip joint replacement. Meanwhile, this problem is preventable by maintaining the joint’s proper range of motion and strengthening the supporting muscles. (more…)
If you have a test that suggests something is not quite right with your baby, try not to panic. Most prenatal tests are screening methods, and they alone cannot fully diagnose your growing baby’s condition. Usually your health-care provider will suggest more tests such as amniocentesis or ultrasound to clarify the results of the first one. (more…)
Essiac tea is available in capsule form and should be taken on an empty stomach three times a day. If you choose, the powder in the capsules may be dissolved in 4 oz. of hot water as a tea. It is also available in liquid form. Take according to package directions. (more…)
Whether single or not, you might (must) wonder about people who meet on line. Real friendship? Real love? Finding a good new person to add to your life is often a challenge once one is a certain age. Watch love unfold as two writers meet in this linked four part piece. A snack or a full course meal. Just for you. And it’s fat-free.
Essiac Tea, or E-Tea, is a blend of four herbs used to bolster the immune system for those suffering from cancer. It benefits other conditions as well.
In 1922, a nurse named Rene Caisse was working in an Ontario, Canada hospital when she met an elderly patient with a badly scarred breast. The woman explained that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer 30 years earlier. Breast surgery had been recommended to her, but she had declined it. Instead, she accepted treatment from a Native American friend, and Ojibwa medicine man, who gave her the herbal tea recipe and showed her how to make it. According to the woman, she drank the tea every day as her tumors shrank and then disappeared. She told Nurse Caisse that she had been cancer free ever since. (more…)
If you have been told that you need to lower your total Cholesterol level, here are some easy ways to get that lower number.
Exercise: One half hour of aerobic exercise, at least four days a week, will lower your LDL and raise your HDL.
Low fat diet: Your target fat calories per serving is less than 30 percent of total calories per serving. Use a calculator while shopping. Food labels have both total and fat calories per serving listed on the label. Divide the fat calories by the total calories and multiply the result by 100. Try to find brands that have less fat calories than you usually purchase. (more…)