Exactly What Caused Nelson Mandela to Miss His 100th Birthday

It’s hard to believe that July, 18th, 2018 would have been Nelson Mandela’s 100th birthday. Undoubtedly the most famous anti-apartheid activist in the world, Mandela served 27 years in South Africa’s prison system and later in 1994 became the country’s first black president. He is the definition of a fighter and survivor.

If You’re Breastfeeding, You Need to Read This

There’s no doubt that breastfeeding is good for your baby. “Among the known health benefits are nutritionally balanced meals, some protection against common childhood infections, and better survival during a baby's first year, including a lower risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome,” reports the National Institutes of Health.

Fertility & Food, What Men Need to Know

When couples are having difficulty conceiving – which is a growing problem around the world – most people assume the woman has the fertility problem. In reality, at least 40 percent of the time, the challenge to conceiving is directly related to the man.

When Possible, Prep for Surgery with a Nutrient Test

Depending on the type of surgery you have, your doctor may require you take a blood test, certain x-rays or an EKG (electrocardiogram). However, a nutrient test is usually not on the list of required tests pre-surgery. This is a test the pH professional healthcare team and many other medical experts highly recommend you take. Read why.

What Can We Learn From The Johnson & Johnson Multi- Billion Dollar Verdict?

Large jury awards for damages allegedly caused by products we may use frequently are not new. Take, for example, this story of a widow who successfully sued a tobacco company and received over $20 billion after her husband died of lung cancer from chain-smoking cigarettes. And today, a jury in St. Louis awarded nearly $5 billion to 22 women who sued Johnson & Johnson. They alleged “their ovarian cancer was caused by using its powder as a part of their daily feminine hygiene routine.”

How to Preserve Your Precious Eyesight As You Get Older

If you’re like most women, you’re probably religious about getting your annual physical. You’re probably also very good about making sure to get a mammogram, colonoscopy or a dental exam on a regular basis. If you do, then my hat goes off to you for being so proactive about protecting your health.

Why We Are Pining For Pine Nuts

In some parts of Mongolia, people eat pine nuts like popcorn and potato chips. And this is not only because they are delicious due to their sweet, nutty and buttery taste. It is also because nutrient-dense pine nuts help balance out some Mongolians’ meat and dairy heavy diets.

How Being Skinny Fat Can Make You Lose Your Mind

Have you ever heard someone refer to another person as “skinny fat?” If you are not familiar with this oxymoron, skinny fat essentially means that a person looks skinny but actually has a body with little muscle and a high amount of fat.

Go Raw & Fight Depression

Mental health has been a major topic of discussion lately, especially with the shocking deaths by suicide of celebrities Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain.

Health is Our Greatest Wealth. But Are the Wealthy Making Us Unhealthy?

How many of you have seen a huge, gorgeous home and thought that it may be the root of many of our health problems?

Why You May Want to Be a Part-Time Vegan

Forty-four days before performing at Coachella this past April, Beyonce announced to her more than 100 million Instagram followers that she would be eating vegan to get in ultimate shape for the big show.

Why You Can’t Ignore the Watermelon at Your Fourth of July BBQ

For most Americans, the Fourth of July holiday is all about fun, relaxation, good food and drinking! This holiday may also be about spending lots of time in the sun and doing outdoor physical activities.

Share Your Story And Help Others Live Healthier Lives

Add My Story

Newsletter

Related Products

Minerals - The Forgotten Nutrient: Your Secret Weapon for Getting and Staying Healthy

We recommend Science-Based Products from Metagenics