Are you as Honest about your Diet as you are about your Medicines?

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Fresh vegetables are important components of a healthy diet. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

People always feel that they will someday eat better & healthier but can’t seem to start it. The same people religiously take their medicines and believe they will help them. Truth is medicines do have side effects, some devastating. Most people with chronic illness die from them. Healthy diet has no side effects and does prevent most illnesses.

Extensive Disease/Nutrient lookup Guide

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Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) has a website that lists health problems and illnesses that gives survivorship rates, treatments, causes and what diet changes will help you. This is extensive and should be your first reference if you are diagnosed with an illness. Better yet why not scan the diseases that worry you and look at what nutritional and dietary changes you can make to minimize each disease. Being informed will keep you healthier.

Psychiatric Illnesses are Linked to Epigenetics


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This video is a classroom presentation on new findings that link the environment through epigenetics to psychiatric illnesses. This type of illness accounts for the leading causes of disability in the world. Although how these mechanisms work is still a mystery, scientists now know they are epigenetic related. Stress is one of the major epigenetic triggers that have been linked to these illnesses. This video brings together pioneers in this emerging field of science. These leaders are looking to do a major population study on epigenetic triggers and their relationships to drug abuse and psychiatric disorders.