Health Tips

We love to share health tips we find.

Can you treat/cure a cough with chocolate?

By David Reedy | January 30, 2019

There is a study that demonstrates patients suffering from a cough who used a chocolate-based medication reported a “significant improvement” in their symptoms within two days, compared to those on a regular cough syrup, according to a study conducted by a research group at the University of Hull in Yorkshire, England. In the study, the…

TWO-STEP PLAN FOR PERFECT BLOOD PRESSURE

By David Reedy | January 30, 2019

Jack Harrison – Daily Dose [dailydose@newmarkethealth.com] So many of us worry about our blood pressure and now that the “normal” guidelines have been lowered – we might be lulled into taking medication that can cause lots of side effects with hardly any positive results. Here’s what Jack Harrison has to say about his two-step plan…

Are you ready for a New You?

By David Reedy | November 27, 2018

Are you ready to feel stronger and healthier? Maybe you want to drop a few pounds or have more stamina? Well, exercise can make a huge difference in your long-term health. Cardio, weight training, breathing exercises and especially Facial Magic exercise will make this new year something special. I have volunteered to teach a full…

Psychologists reveal the benefits of being an early riser

By David Reedy | November 27, 2018

Are you an early riser? Out of bed by 6:00 a.m.? Well, I am most days. Research shows that by rising earlier you have less reason for depression and your happiness quotient might just increase if you decide to reset your body clock by going to bed earlier, say 9:00 p.m. and rising by 6:00…

How healthy is your gut?

By David Reedy | November 1, 2018

There are quite a few foods that might cause digestion challenges particularly products that contain high levels of lectin.  Lectins are one of the most significant sources of food sensitivity and according to experts, lectins destroy your gut and cause inflammation. Lectins are found in grains; beans and legumes; nuts; fruits; nightshade vegetables such as eggplant, tomatoes and…

Extra Vitamin C Will Likely Shorten a Cold

By David Reedy | October 1, 2018

The results of a meta-analysis published on July 5, 2018 in BioMed Research International suggest that the addition of extra vitamin C to one’s regular daily supplemental regimen could help shorten common cold duration and relieve some of its symptoms if initiated at the first sign of illness. Researchers Li Ran and colleagues included seven randomized, placebo-controlled…

Finding Your Passion

By David Reedy | September 4, 2018

Many of you know our Ageless Sister Jackie Silver, but what you might not know about her is she is not just a pretty “Facial Magic” face, she is also somewhat of an athlete. She was recently written up in Better Homes and Gardens in an article which highlights her bowling expertise, along with an…

3 Tips to Improve Your Posture While Sitting at Your Desk

By David Reedy | September 4, 2018

Good posture shows. Whether we’re seated, standing or walking, good posture is easily spotted. You don’t have to be a gym jock to enjoy better posture. If you have a desk job, there are lots of moves you can make without catching anyone’s attention. Tightening your abs as you sit, counting four sets of 10…

Try This Today to Stop the Flu

By David Reedy | September 4, 2018

Staying well is my Number 1 goal and to me that begins with the food I eat, the type of water I drink, the thoughts I think and using vitamins/supplements. Yes, I use quite a few supplements – Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Black Seed Oil, Curcumin, Vitamin D, Garlic Oil and others.…

What do you know about your Blood Type?

By Cynthia Rowland | August 3, 2018

I’ve been seriously dieting and the pounds were slow to come off my tummy, hips and waistline so I began thinking that perhaps there was a way to eat better, more healthy foods and see the results of my efforts for faster weight loss. Here are a few tidbits to familiarize yourself with eating for…