4 Running Basics for Beginners

Are you a runner, or do you hate anything that even comes close to a slow jog? 

Were you forced to run the mile in high school and hated every minute of it, or did you breeze through it like a natural-born marathon runner?

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Change the Game by Taking Control of Your Health - by Dr Mercola

Because of your loyal support, we've slowly but surely awakened the world to the false promises of the fatally flawed conventional medical view, which claims disease is best treated with drugs, and that the government knows what's best for your health and should be allowed to dictate your health options. In this never previously released video that was just recently completed, I discuss my own journey toward health, which ultimately led me to my present day philosophies and recommendations. Read More

30 Online Resources to Find a good Thyroid doctor - by Dana Trentini

It can be a frustrating journey to find a good thyroid doctor but they are out there and they are worth the search. A good doctor can change your life. I know because I had the fortune of finding a great doctor who changed my life and I hope the same for all of you. The goal of this post is to provide online resources that will help you in your search to find a good thyroid doctor in your area. Read More

Early Facial Signs of Thyroid Dysfunction - self help

Amazing all the information you can discover just by your face, and what signs to look for indicative of thyroid disease. Read More

IS HASHIMOTO'S GENETIC? AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT GENES - by Dr Izabella Wentz

Think about women in your life that struggle with weight gain, anxiety, fatigue, depression, infertility, or hair loss. Cold intolerance is also a big giveaway… You may want to encourage them to get tested for Hashimoto's. While Hashimoto’s is much more common in women, 7 women are affected for every one man; men too, can be affected. Having a male relative with Hashimoto’s increases the likelihood of being diagnosed, so if you are a man with Hashimoto's, please note that your children may be at greater risk. Symptoms are similar in men, but some men may also experience unique symptoms like low sex drive, poor facial hair growth and loss of muscle tone. Read More

The 5 Best Healthy Fats for Your Body - by Dr Axe

Are you afraid of fats? If so, you’re not alone. Fat in foods has been vilified in America for the past few decades, as low-fat and non-fat foods became the norm, and we were told that a low-fat diet would help us get the body we want. In fact, it’s one of the biggest nutrition lies that the public’s been told. In other parts of the world, fat has always been welcome at the table. In the U.S.? We’re only now realizing the truth: Not all fats are created equally. Our bodies need fat — more specifically, they need healthy fats. Read More

How can you tell if you are drinking enough water? by Dr. Mercola

Throughout each day, your body loses water through your urine and sweat glands—even when you’re not purposely working up a sweat. As a result, you have to constantly replenish this fluid, and soft drinks do not count toward this requirement... Both coffee and soda are high in caffeine, which acts as a diuretic that will dehydrate you. Worse yet, sodas, fruit juices, and other sweetened beverages are primary sources of fructose, which will only deteriorate your health. Ditto for artificially sweetened beverages. So the key is to drink pure water. But just how much water do you need each day? While an oft-repeated guideline says you should drink eight glasses of water a day, this may be too much for some, and not enough for others. Your water requirement can also vary wildly from day to day depending on a number of factors, such as your activity level and weather conditions. Read More

The 5 Most Commonly Asked Food Questions - by Mark Hyman, MD

Over the years, I have gotten thousands of questions from my readers. I would like to share the top 5 most asked questions with you Read More

Is Autoimmune Disease Reversible? by JORDAN REASONER

I firmly believe treating autoimmune disease with strong immune suppressing drugs will fall away to better treatment as our researchers continue to advance our knowledge and medical practices. We’re getting closer to figuring out how to reverse autoimmune disease altogether… and one day we’ll look at drugs that turn off the immune system as a crazy thing “before we knew better.” We Used to Think Autoimmune Disease Wasn’t Reversible… Autoimmune disease used to be viewed as a permanent condition. Read More

Broccoli, the DNA Whisperer-by Tom Maltere, MS, CN

Broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables are important detoxifiers. It is a myth, one I used to believe, that cruciferous vegetables can be bad for your thyroid. The new research shows that unless you are eating 2 pounds or more of cruciferous vegetables each day they do not negatively affect your thyroid. This is good news. In this TED video Tom Malterre explains just how incredible broccoli is (along with other cruciferous veggies). He calls it Broccoli The DNA Whisperer. Read More

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