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Veggies protect the stomach

Those taking NSAID drugs like ibuprofen and other anti-arthritis pain medications regularly can be victims of stomach irritation which could result in ulcers and bleeding complication.

To prevent stomach ulceration, ingesting eight to 10 ounces of vegetables a day can work wonders by protecting the stomach wall lining, according to a researcher at Sweden’s Uppsala University.

Viagra, Cialis, Levitra

There are so many sex aids which come in herbal potion, pills, lotion, gel and juices, including ginseng and similar herbs, but studies have shown that the best results for those with erectile dysfunction among men, young or old, were obtained by taking Viagra, Cialis or Levitra.

These drugs should be taken only after consultation with a physician, because some prescription medications may interact with any of these three pills and cause serious problems.

Data today show that these pills, which have been prescribed for millions of times around the world, are effective and safe for ED in men, used under medical supervision.

Healthy dish

Omega 3 Fish Oil (Omega 3 fatty acids DHA and EPA) is a popular supplement to eating fish for its cardio-protective benefit.

It can lower blood pressure, help new brain cells regenerate and reduce the risk of the development of Alzheimer’s, minimize inflammation, and is a great aid in the management of cholesterol and arthritis.

It also boosts the immune system.

When digested, fish oil breaks down to hormone-like ingredients called prostaglandins, which reduced inflammation, like in arthritis (inflammation of the joints).

This leads to lesser need for pain medications, as it also lubricates the joints.

Fish oil is also good for auto-immune diseases.

Indeed, a versatile supplement.

Daily exercises, eating fish and vegetables at least three times a week, and abstaining from red meat and egg yolk is the healthy way to go, for children and adults alike.

Crackling brain food

If you want a healthy snack, one that keeps your brain sharp and reduces your risk for the development of Alzheimer’s, nothing beats crunchy celery, cucumber, carrot, broccoli, cauliflower, olives, bell peppers and other veggies.

Eating them uncooked preserve all the phyto-chemicals in them, like luteolin, which prevents brain inflammation, a common condition linked to ageing, chronic brain syndrome, multiple sclerosis, etc.

So, to stay young, with a sharper mind, stay away from the high carbo snacks, including soft drinks, and savor the benefits from these crunchy veggies.

Even your looks and your complexion will shine, with your favorite moisturizer, and without the use of glutathione or other expensive herbal products, which may even be dangerous after chronic use.

Veggies are in, especially among teenagers.

We, adults, should learn from the younger generation.

Laughter: A healer

Living a healthy lifestyle includes laughter.

The more we laugh in life, the healthier we are.

Indeed, laughter is “the best medicine.”

Laughing increases our T-cells in the body which boost our immunity.

Laughing also lowers the cortisol (stress hormone) level allowing us to minimize stress and its adverse effects on our system.

It also blocks out bad emotions within us, giving us a better outlook and perspective in life.

Even nothing is funny, laugh anyway, because the act of laughing in itself brings out all those benefits.

And don’t worry if people think you are crazy and laugh at you.

You are doing them a favor anyway, by helping them get healthier.

What’s to come

Instead of the cumbersome, uncomfortable diagnostic procedures now available for detecting lung cancer, the University of Texas researchers are developing a new lung cancer test that allows the use of “a simple mouth tissue sample, which compares the changes that takes place 95 percent of the time in both mouth and lung cells” among those individuals with lung cancer.

This would be a fantastic progress in our fight against lung cancer and cancers in general.

A non-invasive “virtual biopsy” technology (using harmless electrical current to better detect skin and cervical cancer (and eliminate need for surgical biopsy) has been developed by an Australian scientist.

A new ultrasound, “which can catch tiny tumors earlier,” is being evaluated for clinical use in Norway.

Second to prevention, catching any cancer in its early stage can lead to complete cure, among most cancers.

Progress in science, in every sphere of human endeavor, benefits mankind as a whole.

We are indeed lucky to be living in this world of today, in spite of all its imperfections and problems, most of which are man-made.

For world peace and prosperity, where there is no war, poverty and hunger, all we really need is love, tolerance, and respect for each other.

And the best place to start is at our own home.

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