1. What Are the Benefits of Black Seed?

    What Are the Benefits of Black Seed?
    Two new studies show that black seed (nigella sativa) provides multiple health benefits for aging women by protecting them against the ill-effects of metabolic syndrome and accelerated bone loss. Black seed has been used for hundreds of years both as a food and medicine. The earliest record of its cultivation and use come from ancient Egypt. In fact, black seed...
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  2. What is Free Radical Damage?

    What is Free Radical Damage?
    Free radical damage has long been believed to be a risk factor of many of the chronic diseases that accompany aging—including heart disease. Antioxidants, however, gobble up as many free radicals as they can and deactivate them, preventing them from doing damage.   This can be seen in a 2011 study published in Stroke. Researchers looked at women who had...
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  3. Idea That All Fats Make You Fat Is A Myth

    Idea That All Fats Make You Fat Is A Myth
    Are you familiar with the myth that all fats make you fat? Most people believe that low-fat and fat-free products are healthier, but it’s simply not true. On the other hand, some fats are healthy and may even promote weight loss. Your body requires fat in order to function properly. Not only that, many necessary vitamins, such as A, D, E, and...
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  4. What are the Benefits of Coconut Oil?

    What are the Benefits of Coconut Oil?
    According to an exciting new study, coconut oil may rescue damaged brain cells - known as neurons - in patients with Alzheimer’s disease and help them to start working properly again. This study provides scientific validity to a growing body of anecdotal reports that seem to show that coconut oil prevents some of the memory loss seen with aging, Alzheimer's...
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  5. Top 10 Facts About Joint Pain

    Top 10 Facts About Joint Pain
    1. Osteoarthritis is the most common joint-related condition in the United States, affecting more than 40 million people. 2. 80 percent of people with osteoarthritis are over age 55. 3. Osteoarthritis is most often due to wear and tear on the joints due to age, excess weight, or repetitive stress. 4. Rheumatoid arthritis affects more than two million Americans and...
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  6. Dangers of Hospitalization and Patients With Dementia

    Dangers of Hospitalization and Patients With Dementia
    According to a recent study, more than 50% of all patients with pre-existing dementia will experience delirium while hospitalized. Failing to detect and treat their delirium early can be deadly, leading to a faster decline of their physical and mental health. Delirium - a deadly, costly disease that significantly impacts people’s lives - is often overlooked, especially in people with...
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  7. Video Blog: Vision Health: How to Improve Eyesight Naturally

    Watch the latest video blog from the Institute for Vibrant Living. Dr. Christine Horner explains tips and tricks to help improve your eyesight and slow down the deterioration process of the eyes naturally. Click the link below to ask Dr. Christine   Read these related blog posts: Natural Ways to Strengthen Your Eyesight 5 Tips For Improving Your Eyesight...
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  8. What are the Top 5 Anti-Aging Foods?

    What are the Top 5 Anti-Aging Foods?
    Can you live longer by living healthier? While many factors ultimately decide how long a person lives, following a healthy lifestyle, staying physically and mentally active and regularly consuming nutrient-packed anti-aging foods can help to fight off disease and slow down the aging process. Here are five foods packed with vitamins, minerals and other healthy nutrients that you can add to your...
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  9. Announcing Institute for Vibrant Living Video Blog with Dr. Christine Horner   The Institute for Vibrant Living introduces Dr. Christine Horner. Learn more about Dr. Christine Horner and her new involvement with
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  10. Ways to Lower Risk Of Depression

    Ways to Lower Risk Of Depression
    According to a new study, drinking wine in moderation may be associated with a lower risk of developing depression. The findings reported by the PREDIMED research Network suggest that consuming moderate amounts of alcohol may protect from depression - interestingly, just as it has been observed to protect from coronary heart disease. Previous studies have shown that heavy alcohol intake...
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