Saturday, September 19, 2009

The Acne Diet, Breast Cancer and Weight Loss

There are always new things to learn in the field of natural medicine. The answers to the "hows" and "whys" often lead to even more questions and further research down the line. That's the beauty and frustration that science provides.

Perhaps you've heard rumors that eating grapefruit can increase the risk of breast cancer. But what's the science behind those claims? Find out if it's well founded here:

Link - The Link Between Grapefruit and Breast Cancer

Eating plenty of fruits and vegetables supposedly helps to manage weight. But if that's the case, why is it so? What is it about fresh, whole foods that helps to keep us slim? You might be surprised by the answer to that question.

Link - The Phytochemical Diet

There's a type of medicine that isn't practiced nearly enough. It should be promoted by clergy, doctors, hospitals, learning institutions and practiced by both laypeople and professionals. I'm referring to simple acts of compassion and kindness that just may yield some very powerful healing and protective effects.

Link - Learn to Practice Compassionate Medicine

Learn the latest about the health benefits of cocoa and lutein, the dangers of hot tea and the recent disappointment regarding soy protein.

Link - Chocolate, Hot Tea, Lutein and Soy Updates

If you or someone you know suffers from acne or "trouble skin", you'll surely want to read about 3 simple dietary changes that may help you turn the tide.

Link - The Healthy Skin Diet

Both beauty and good health emanate from within. The more we work on what's really important, how we treat ourselves and others, the better off we'll be. It's not just how long we live. It's the quality of the time we have, while we have it.

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