Dec 4, 2014 in Insomnia
My top ten tips for building and maintaining health, preventing degenerative illness, and effectively pursuing happiness. Dr. Dave [...]Continue Reading
Our mental health is as vital as our physical wellbeing. A person can only be considered as truly healthy if he/she is physically and psychologically fit. Optimum mental health allows a person to enjoy life, function well and develop good relationships with other people. On the other hand, having lo [...]Continue Reading
Syndrome X has become very common in the past years, yet not many people are aware of this condition. More so, it has been a subject of debate and controversies as to its real cause and nature. It is more commonly known as metabolic syndrome and it is also called dysmetabolic syndrome, insulin resis [...]Continue Reading
Sep 3, 2014 in Weight Loss
Strategies for losing weight abound. And, we here at Health Remedies are always looking for safe and effective ways of helping you manage your weight. With that in mind, we would like to showcase a new product developed and manufactured by our trusted partners at Designs for Heal [...]Continue Reading
What is Gluten Intolerance?
A group of proteins known collectively as gluten is primarily blamed as the culprit for gluten intolerance. Gluten, particularly glutenin and gliadin in wheat, secalin in rye and hordein in barley is useful in baking due to its elastic property. When an individual [...]Continue Reading
I have for years known that sweet cherries are high in fiber and low in calories but did not appreciate the other health-promoting actions of these tasty morsels. A few of these are listed below and detailed quite nicely in the infographic at the bottom of the page (which links to a useful websight [...]Continue Reading
Aug 2, 2014 in Nutrition
Do people who are tired and sedentary become overweight or do people who are overweight become tired and sedentary? That was the question a team from UCLA set out to explore when they placed rats on one of two diets for six months. One diet was highly processed and included substantially more sugar [...]Continue Reading
Aging, menopause, surgical procedures such as hysterectomy, and other conditions are frequently associated with dangerous decreases in bone mass. This decrease in bone density is accompanied by a corresponding increase in bone marrow fat cells (adipocytes). This association recently prompted researc [...]Continue Reading
Ok. So you’ve done the hard work of losing that excess weight. Now what do you do to avoid the all too common problem of rebound weight gain?
New research out of the Clinical Epidemiology Unit and the Obesity Centre at Karolinska University Hospital in Sweden sheds some light on this ch [...]Continue Reading
Jun 22, 2014 in Depression
In one of Dr. Dave’s recent installments, A Tale of Two (Hundred Twenty Seven) Depressions, he emphasized the diverse nature of the diagnosis called “depression.” For example, although it is one of the most common mental disorders in the world, depression is not a single entity but [...]Continue Reading