Low Fat Diet Reduces Alzheimer’s Risk

(Health Secrets Newsletter) A small Seattle based study has concluded that eating a diet that is lower in saturated fat could quickly reduce your risk of developing Alzheimer’s. Although the research is only a starting point in linking diet and Alzheimer’s, it is yet another good reason for balancing your intake of saturated fat and unsaturated fat.…

Choose to Be a Person You Admire

No doubt, everyone loves a happy, energetic and positive person.  When you meet someone that lights up the room, always has a smile and doesn’t know a stranger, you naturally want to gravitate to him or her.  Something feels good about being around someone who is full of the joy of life.  Optimism comes easy to…

Get Rid of Wrinkles Naturally

(Health Secrets Newsletter) Though wrinkles may be an inevitable effect of aging, there are many things we can do to hold them off, as well as lessen and eliminate the ones that already exist.  Here are some natural suggestions to help you prevent and get rid of wrinkles: Wrinkle Prevention Excessive sun exposure will lead…

Nurturing a Different Aspect of Health

(Health Secrets Newsletter) Health has three components:  mental, physical, and spiritual.  No one component is more important than the others to our overall well being, although some receive more attention.  It’s the integration of daily success habits for all three that really ignites the power of healthy living for each of us. Sometimes simple reminders of foundational concepts…

Healing Metabolism Part IV: Herbs for You

(Health Secrets Newsletter) There are herbs that greatly benefit metabolism. These herbs are not stimulants or in any way what we would commonly think of for a low metabolism. They are herbs that help the body calm and regulate the metabolism over time. There is a framework for determining which of these herbs to use for which…

Sugar as Dangerous as Alcohol

(Health Secrets Newsletter) Sugar is one of the deadliest poisons in our diets, according to health scientists from the University of California, and they believe that sugar consumption should be regulated in the same way as alcohol to protect public health. By now we are all aware of the dangers of drinking alcohol, smoking tobacco,…