Wheat Intolerant? Give Us Our Daily Bread (Or Maybe Not!)

I have found wheat to be one of the most abundant and problematic foods. I believe it to be the single largest contributor to intestinal dysbiosis, parasitic infections, and universal food allergies. Over-consumption and genetically-modified grains are the greatest causes of wheat intolerance and gluten sensitivity. It is important to first note that some people…

Health Tips From Your Own Body?

While going about our lives, especially as we get older, we think of our mortality and focus more emphasis on health tips. We read glossy magazine articles which advise us what to eat, what to drink, and how much of it should we consume. Morning and evening news broadcasts exhibit daily or weekly health tips…

Ankle Sprains – Successful Treatment Tips

Ankle sprains can easily become chronic in nature if not treated correctly. Proper initial care can mean the difference between a single sprain, or a lifetime of an ankle problems. Below are a few tips that will help you along with your recovery, and get you back to sports faster and safer. Control Your Swelling…

HIT Training Frequency

One often-misunderstood ingredient in a bodybuilder’s training program is the correct dosage of exercise needed for optimal muscle growth. In other words, the question of number of sets and reps and how often to train. The temptation is to follow the belief that more is better… if “x” amount of sets and reps are working,…

Hip Dysplasia and Your Dog

Your pet's health is important to you. After all, they are part of your family! Sadly, dogs of all ages are subject to hip dysplasia; however, in most cases, the symptoms do not begin to show until the middle or later years in a dog's life. This disease primarily affects large and giant bred dogs,…

Treatment Options in Pneumonia

Most of the cases of pneumonia are triggered by bacterial factors and are usually treated with 5-10 days of ant biotherapy, even longer in case of an impaired immune system. The doctor will choose the most appropriate antibiotic for your condition after taking notice of your age, symptoms, their severity and the urgent need for…

What Are The Symptoms Of Heart Disease?

Often those outside of the medical profession do not realize that heart disease could be any one of a number of different diseases that affect the heart. The most common type of heart disease is Coronary Artery Disease, which can lead to heart attack. Other cardiovascular diseases include heart failure, heart valve disease, vascular disease,…

The Prevention and Risk of Tuberculosisin Infection

The prevention of Tuberculosis as well as knowing how to recognize the symptoms is important also in countries with low rate of new Tuberculosis cases. In Canada 1600 new cases per year are discovered. Tuberculosis exists since centuries ago and was called "consumption" as it had no actual cure and people died because of the…

Anxiety Disorders, Classified? What It Really Is

It is natural to feel anxiety at different times in your life. This feeling actually becomes a problem although when anxiety disorders, like genetics, hormonal problems, and so forth, are present on a daily basis and completely ruins your life. For yourself and those you care about, get informed! That way, if you ever come…

The Cause of a Stomach Ulcer – The Mystery Solved

Gnawing, burning, aching … oh the pain of a stomach ulcer! The pain of a stomach ulcer is generally felt in the upper middle abdomen and is often mistaken as just your basic garden variety heartburn. But make no mistake, even though heartburn can certainly turn out to be quite serious, a stomach ulcer can…

Croquet – A Brief History

Croquets family tree sees to go back as far as the Romans and a game called Paganica. Paganica was a game played in the country side and seemed to have involved hitting a small ball at certain trees with a stick. The winner being the person who could hit the most trees with the least…

Lumbago Symptoms and Treatment

Lumbago simply means "pain in the lower back region" which may be acute (spontaneous, lasting for less than 6 weeks), sub-acute (lasting from 6 weeks to 3 months) or chronic (if present for more than 3 months). There may be mild to moderate discomfort in the lower back region which may lead to pain and…