Insiders Health Tips

Category Archives: Natural Living

Man in grey suit
2,264 Views

I’m a man. That much can be determined simply by my birth-doctor’s admissions and the fact that my family thought it was weird that I didn’t have a girlfriend until college (I was a late bloomer). So when I was ask

Doctor taking measures of overweight mid-adult woman
2,264 Views

Allergy season is in full swing this year, and with a vengeance.  With pollen levels reaching new highs, your allergies may have felt worse compared to recent years.  If that's the case, make sure you hit the gym a few

Woman With Bright Lipstick
2,264 Views

Lipstick. Perhaps one of women’s favorite cosmetics. The perfect accessory. Without it, many women feel naked. It has become a symbol of adult sexuality and maturity, often the first cosmetic that teenagers are allowed

closeup of white pills
2,264 Views

For the majority of us, popping a couple aspirin is our go-to solution for a headache, body ache or fever. In fact, statistics reveal that the world’s population downs about 100 billion tablets every year. But for thos

Waterfall, Detian, Guangxi Province, China
2,264 Views

The answer to that question, believe it or not, is YES. Simply put, there is nothing good about positive ions and there is everything good about negative ions. Confused? Let’s start with the basics. Negative vs. Pos

Metal can for preserved food on white background.
2,264 Views

Back in September 2011, the Campbell’s Soup brand was attracting a quite a bit of unwanted attention. A recent study claimed the company’s soup had some of the highest BPA levels out of the canned foods they tested.

Small round glass of pure water
2,264 Views

Have you heard the controversy about fluoride and the negative effects it has on your body? Perhaps you’ve wondered if those rumors are true, or if all the buzz on the matter is just a bunch of hogwash. Well, we

senior couple in kitchen
2,264 Views

Most of us wish that we could live forever . . . or at least to the milestone of 100! But few of us actually bother to do what it takes to increase our chances of a longer and healthier life – even though there are som

2,264 Views

Getting sick of the same ol’ deal on New Year’s Eve? If you’re looking for some fun and trendy alternatives to the usual NYE partying then you’re in luck, because the ideas that we’ve got for you will not only

2,264 Views

They say that family is an important part of your life, but just how important is it? With the upcoming holidays arriving closer with each passing day, you may be thinking about family a LOT!  Actually, regular family r

2,264 Views

We've known about the dangers of BPA (the dangerous industrial chemical bisphenol A associated with possible links to cancer) for some time now.  For more than 40 years BPA has been used in the manufacture of many hard

2,264 Views

Hot dogs, baseball, and apple pie.  What could be more American than that?  But if you tend to enjoy a hotdog (or two) while watching your favorite team, you may want to think twice next time you're in line at the con

2,264 Views

Now that Mother’s Day is around the corner, you may be pondering the perfect gift for the best cook in the world.  Or maybe the chef in your life has a birthday coming up and you’re looking for something out of the

2,264 Views

On the first of the year, millions of people made New Year’s resolutions. But research shows that only about three percent will see them through, and of those, less than half will be still be holding strong at the six-

2,264 Views

It’s happening again.  Another mystery alphabet disease is on the rampage and guess who - or what - is at fault? It’s NOT Mother Nature.MRSA, or Methicillin - Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus, kills 19,00

2,264 Views

Ahhhh . . . The sneezing. The stuffiness. The sinus pressure. You’ve felt it. I’ve felt it. It’s HAY FEVER! And no matter how hard you try to stop it, ease it, or prevent it, nothing seems to work. Until now. Resea

2,264 Views

Vitamin D sure is in the news a lot lately. In fact, a recent statistic showed that up to 80 percent of American adults are deficient in vitamin D! That’s a startling fact, especially considering all of the health bene

2,264 Views

Why would children be allergic to peanuts? Some children fatally allergic? I read in the book “Healing the New Childhood Epidemics, Autism, ADHD, Asthma, and Allergies”, by Kenneth Bock, M.D. and Cameron Stauth about

2,264 Views

If you suffer from seasonal allergies, then you probably know the certain things that trigger your sniffles and scratchy throat (such as pollen, freshly-cut grass, ragweed, etc.). And as much as you can try to avoid thos

2,264 Views

You may have heard of people having negative reactions to certain foods like seafood or nuts, resulting in a swollen air-pipe or hives. But could food allergies be causing your upset stomach? According to research, your

2,264 Views

Many women suffer from the embarrassment of spider veins.  Try these natural remedies to fade away those spider veins, so you can enjoy life again! Most of us have them, those nasty purple, dark blue or red veins gener

2,264 Views

Despite the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) classification that fluoride can be considered a toxin, the cities of Los Angeles and San Diego have decided to add fluoride to their water systems.  So why is fluor

2,264 Views

Here’s the reality: that ingredient is MSG, the nasty little acronym that you might associate with American-style Chinese food. Thanks to some recent whistle-blowing in the food industry, MSG has finally received the b

2,264 Views

These days anything labeled as “natural” or “organic” is a marketing goldmine.  From natural skin care products to natural fruit juice, the word is tossed about in marketing circles and then delivered to trustin

2,264 Views

Spring is finally here, and along with the gorgeous weather comes pollen. Many allergy sufferers know all too well the symptoms of hay fever, caused by pollen released from budding trees and plants. The airborne pollen i