Category Archives for "Diet and Nutrition"
Greg Norman loved the healthy coffee, tea and hot chocolate so much, he has championed the development of Nespresso compatible pods in Europe.
This is no ordinary coffee. (and comes as green tea or hot chocolate too)
BENEFITS OF GANODERMA COFFEE [AND TEA].
Is ganoderma mushroom coffee healthy? It is, as long as you stick to a specific few brands. (Organo and 4 Sigmatic)
Ganoderma lucidum comprises probably 400 different biologically active constituents. These compounds have a broad spectrum of pharmacological actions including immunomodulation, anticancer, antidiabetic, antioxidant, antiatherosclerotic, antifibrotic, chemopreventive, antitumor, anticancer drug toxicity prevention, analgesic, anti inflammatory, antinociceptive, antimicrobial, hypolipidemic, hepatoprotective, antiandrogenic, antiangiogenic, antiherpetic, antiarthritic, antiosteoporotic, antiaging, antiulcer properties and estrogenic balancing activity.
A search on pubmed will reveal such benefits as:
Some things I didn’t mention in the video:
Ganoderma clears 88% of HPV in 60 days when taken with turkey tail mushroom.
Ganoderma may be as good as diazepam/Valium for decreasing anxiety and pain (in high doses), and is MUCH safer.
Ganoderma reduced bone inflammation.
Listen to my friends, Pete Cohen, the Weight Loss Guru, and world renowned sports nutritionist, chiropractor, and functional doctor – Bob Rakowski DC….
If you would like to take the challenge then call us today on 01707 662 704 to get started.
Here’s my link if you want to buy some direct – BodyByCoffee
When talking about the health benefits of nitric oxide its best to start with pointing out it is NOT ‘nitrous’ oxide which you add to cars to make them go faster, and also makes you laugh (laughing gas)
Nitric Oxide is something very, very important to your health.
I first learned about it back in chiropractic college in about 1992, a few years before Dr Louis Ignarro, Robert F. Furchgott and Ferid Murad won the the 1998 Nobel Prize in Medicine for discovering it’s importance and mechanisms of action.Continue reading
Now the Christmas excess is out of the way, let’s talk about food!
One of our practice members recently asked about the hunter-gatherer diet that I had recommended, saying that someone else had ‘debunked’ it.
The problem is, there are a few books about the subject, including ‘The Paleo Diet’ and the ‘Stone Age Diet’, and none of these books actually talks about the scientifically sound diet I mean. I had just assumed they did.
When I was a teenager I started suffering from the horrible itchy eyes and runny nose of hay fever. Not terrible, but certainly annoying enough that I would have to go inside, take some anti-histamines and put a cold, damp cloth over my eyes.
Having just been asked by a patient to give some advice on osteoporosis, I found I had not already written an article, so here is a good little overview.
Lifestyle Wins Again for Better Health
Yet another study shows lifestyle change has a more dramatic effect on your health than any amount of drugs. (I’m talking about the chronic diseases that kill most westerners).
What is great about this particular research is that it highlights just how quickly positive effects happen.Continue reading
Cancer – Is It A Nutritional Deficiency?
So often your average medical doctor will laugh at the idea that diet and nutrition can help your health. This is largely helped by pharmaceutical companies doing everything they can to back rubbish research into the area of nutrition.