Rusting Away With Oxidative Stress

Rusting away with oxidative stress

Rusting Away With Oxidative Stress If we had one goal to aim for in promoting a healthy and long life, it would be to avoid rusting away with oxidative stress. Just as metal rusts when exposed to oxygen in air and water, so molecules in our body are similarly affected by oxygen. Why Can Oxygen be Bad for Us? How can this be when we require oxygen to breathe in order to survive? The answer is the manner in which that oxygen is delivered. When we receive oxygen in air in its molecular form with balanced paired electrons, we can Continue Reading →

Who Wants Optimal Health

optimal health

Who Wants Optimal Health? Seems like a no-brainer question, doesn’t it? But you would be surprised how many people settle for a life of “not being incapacitated”, which is why optimal health is more about mindset and values than anything else. Despite all that has been written in recent decades about how to improve health through lifestyle changes and food choices, there is an ever increasing percentage of people taking subscription medications (usually several) and they will be on these for the remainder of their sub optimally healthy lives – think medications for diabetes, high blood pressure, raised cholesterol, acid Continue Reading →

Benefits of Liposomal Vitamin C

Benefits of Liposomal Vitamin C

Benefits of Liposomal Vitamin C – Part 2 Last week, in the first part of this article, we covered the many benefits of Vitamin C and started to cover the different delivery systems. Today, in the second part, we will examine the benefits of liposomal Vitamin C and explain what it is. Vitamin C Delivery Systems There are three current ways of getting supplemental Vitamin C into the body:- Tablets or powders – taken orally mixed with water. Intravenously – injected into the blood stream mixed in a saline solution. Liposomal solution of Vitamin C and phospholipids – taken orally. Continue Reading →

Benefits of Vitamin C

Benefits of Vitamin C

Benefits of Vitamin C If you do not already do so, adding Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) into your life is possibly the simplest and single most effective change you can make for your overall health and wellbeing – the benefits of Vitamin C are just so far reaching. In our recent articles following the theme of positive intentional living, we have highlighted some of the things we take for granted that could be improved upon by making simple changes. Today, in the first part of a two part article we are discussing a really positive thing you can do to Continue Reading →

80% of Disease Starts Where? Holistic Oral Health might surprise you.

Holistic Oral Health

  REGISTRATION FOR FREE ONLINE HOLISTIC ORAL HEALTH SUMMIT  28 SEPT – 5 OCT 2015 We have just heard about this free online health summit which starts early tomorrow (Tuesday) morning Australia east coast time. We have listened to many summits in recent years and learned a huge amount from the highly qualified speakers. We have also bought quite a few of the previous talks in digital form as they are an invaluable resource and because we may have missed some of the speakers due to other work. There is no need to buy the Oral Health summit talks since Continue Reading →

Benefits of Nose Breathing

nose breathing

The Incredible Scientific Benefits of Nose Breathing The benefits of nose breathing have been greatly promoted in the Far East for thousands of years, in particular in China through Qigong and in India via Pranayama breathing. This type of simple breathing exercise practised daily and carried out slowly and with intent, has been shown to have amazing therapeutic effects. Did you know that breathing through your nose can create a more moisturised, humidified and even filtered air supply to your lungs and promotes an incredibly important gas called Nitric Oxide, which incidentally is found in high concentrations in your nasal sinus Continue Reading →

What Is A Healthy Blood Pressure Reading?

healthy blood pressure

Could “Raised” Blood Pressure Not Be The Danger We Have Been Told? We have all had it drummed into us that increased blood pressure (BP) can lead to heart attack and stroke, and that it is something to be avoided at all costs. Hence the need for anyone with even moderately raised BP to consider taking BP lowering medication to regain a healthy blood pressure level.  When advised to do so by your GP, who wholeheartedly (excuse the pun) believes this to be good for your heart and your health, and will cite you all sorts of studies confirming this Continue Reading →