I get daily emails from HSI (Health Science Institute). Last week the communicator in the emails to subscribers talked about wheat grass. She talked about how wheat grass can get rid of your gray hair. My children (who are adults) are bemoaning their gray hair. So I was intrigued. I wanted to know if I . . . → Read More: Superfood Wheat Grass
I took ginseng in the past. I was diagnosed as hypoglycemic after high school and I heard that ginseng was something that helped with that. But, I found a change in diet was far more effective. I haven’t taken it since then, but I recently heard that it has so many more uses and . . . → Read More: Time To Give Ginseng Another Try
Debt is addictive. Debt is seductive. Debt is inviting. Debt is . . . Common Example: John and Jane want two new cars but they only have $4000 saved up and the cars they want cost $28,000 each for a total of $56,000. They have a very good credit rating and the lending institution lends them the money at an attractive interest rate. They drive away in their new cars feeling on top of the world and “wealthy”. . . . → Read More: Debt = Anti-Wealth
There is a lot of concern placed on blood pressure. And for good reason too. High blood pressure is the cause of heart attacks, strokes, pulmonary failure, kidney problems and cardiac arrest. Low blood pressure is the consequence of kidney disease, hemorrhaging, and other serious medical conditions. In this article, we will try to quickly and easily demystify the terms that are thrown at you and tell you what they mean to you. . . . → Read More: Blood Pressure: What They Are Telling You and What Does It Mean?