Entries by dzlogic

Your #1 New Year’s Resolution is probably to “lose weight.”

There is a new deception being perpetrated on consumers by the food industry. Knowing the truth and avoiding these products will almost guarantee you a more normal appetite and greater overall health. Back in 2013, we all saw the “pro” High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS) television ads by the Corn Refiners Association (CRA). What you […]

Flu Vaccine Alternatives

Flu shots are a $3 Billion a year business that is so profitable that the makers can even make it profitable for discount drug stores to push them. But is that shot of 99% water of any real value to you?  I’d like you to consider a few things and then decide for yourself. First […]

Halloween is Almost Here: Choose Your Candy Wisely

A new study of almost 21,000 people has shown that higher chocolate intake may very well lower your risk for cardiovascular disease and stroke if you are a healthy adult. This wasn’t one of your quick, 6-month studies that have to be projected out in time to guess the benefits. The University of Cambridge UK […]

3 Reasons Why Statins Do More Harm Than Good

If you’ve ever had high cholesterol, you’ve probably heard the term we’re going to talk about today. Statins are a class of drugs used to treat hypercholesterolemia—high cholesterol. Over $20 billion dollars worth of statins are sold each year in the US alone. Seems like an effective drug, right? Wrong. Research shows that though deaths […]

Menopause Woman – The Menopause Cure

I’m Jill D. Davey, author of ‘The Menopause Cure: Hormonal Health’ which is available to buy from Amazon from October 6, 2015. There are a number of reasons I wanted to write my book, one was to share my story of the menopause, and the other was to share the information I found whilst researching […]

Cognitive Decline linked to Dietary Deficiencies

The September issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Network’s Neurology publication contains a very interesting study on the relationship between vitamin D levels and brain health in older adults. A team of researchers from Rutgers and the University of California assessed baseline vitamin D levels as related to changes in cognitive […]

The Trouble With Statins

A good example of the failure of drugs to effectively and safely treat a serious medical condition is statins. Statins are a class of drugs used to treat hypercholesterolemia—high cholesterol. As of 2008, statins were the best‐selling prescription drugs in the world, with $20 billion sold per year in the United States alone. Although many […]