Treating Hemorrhoids With Diet, Supplements, and Natural Therapies

Hemorrhoids are a widespread condition with a general population prevalence ranging between 13% to 36%, and for people aged 45 – 65, the incidence rises to about 50%. [1-2] Although rarely dangerous and rarely causes severe complications that demand medical attention and surgery, hemorrhoids can be very uncomfortable and may be extremely painful, especially during…

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Treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Naturally With Diet and Lifestyle Modifications

The nerve condition Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is one of the most common upper limb nerve diseases or dysfunctions. [1-5] Its estimated prevalence is about 4% of the population, with more women suffering from it at a ratio of 3 females to 1male. Other risk factors besides being female include obesity, diabetes, pregnancy, rheumatoid arthritis,…

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How to Gain Weight the Healthy Way

Our weight plays a vital role in our health and well-being. While most people are trying to lose weight, some people are trying to gain weight and, surprisingly, fail. Because while shedding unwanted pounds is challenging for some, so can gaining weight for those who feel they’re too skinny or underweight.  Feeling too thin can…

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Treating Helicobacter Pylori Infection with Diet, and Supplements

 Helicobacter Pylori, or H. pylori for short, is a gram-negative bacteria that can populate the human oral cavity and stomach. In developing countries, H. pylori affects 70–80% of the population, whereas in developed countries affects approximately 13% to 50% of the population [1]. In most people, H. pylori infection is asymptomatic and takes the form of mild inflammation of the stomach…

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Eliminating Cysts Naturally with Diet, and Supplements

Cysts are a group of cells grouped to form a sac. A cyst can form anywhere in your body. Some cysts grow on the skin of the face, neck, scalp, back, behind the knees, arms, groin, lips, mouth, and others develop within organs like the breasts, ovaries, liver, kidneys, sinuses, thyroid, brain, or other tissues of the…

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Managing Hypoglycemia with Better Diet and Lifestyle Choices

Glucose is the most crucial energy source for the human body.  In most of our body cells, glucose is broken down to produce ATP (adenosine triphosphate), the energy molecule that fuels many of our cells’ processes.  Glucose is delivered to our cells from the bloodstream. Therefore we need a steady supply of glucose in the…

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Treating Endometriosis Naturally with Diet and Supplements

Endometriosis is an estrogen-dependent chronic gynecological disorder that significantly reduces the quality of life of affected women by restricting their physical, mental, and social well-being [1]. Endometriosis can be painful, at times causing sharp pain during ovulation, bowel movements, and sexual intercourse. The condition can cause painful, heavy periods, infertility in 30 – 50% of…

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How To Treat Vertigo With Diet & Supplements

Vertigo is the most common type of dizzinesscharacterized by episodes of change in balance and   the illusion of movement or spinning of the person or the environment around them. Vertigo is highly prevalent worldwide, affecting 2% of young adults, 30% of people aged 65 years, and up to 50% of elderly over 85. The…

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How Diet and Supplements Can Help Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic, autoimmune, inflammatory disease that affects the whole body and leads to cartilage, joint, and bone destruction. RA is a very debilitating disease that may lead to difficulty doing daily activities. The pain and stiffness can be frustrating and challenging.  Two percent of the global population suffers from this disease;…

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Treating Sinusitis Symptoms Naturally

Sinusitis is also known as rhinosinusitis because it results in inflammation of the mucous membranes that line the sinuses and the nasal mucosa. Sinusitis is defined as acute if it lasts less than four weeks and defined as chronic if it lasts for more than 12 weeks. Sinusitis is one of the most commonly reported…

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