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Health News # 4: Maintain Your Optimum Omega-3 levels, Salt consumption and Iron levels

Omega-3 Call to Action

Omega-3 deficiency is a fast-evolving global health concern.  It can lead to a higher risk of chronic disease, particularly heart disease, cognitive decline, and other health problems.

Two very important omega-3 fatty acids are EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid); individual levels vary across the globe, with most countries and regions having levels that are considered low to very low (such as the USA in the image below).

Hundreds of studies suggest that omega-3 may provide benefit for a wide range of diseases, including asthma, depression, ADHD, autoimmune diseases, and cancer. Higher omega-3s have been associated with improved cognitive function, lower risk of dementia, longer life, and a reduced relative risk for death from any cause. READ MORE


Health News # 3: Benefits of Bay Leaves, Miracle Fruit and Yogurt For Your Health

Benefits of Bay Leaves, Miracle Fruit and Yogurt For Your Health

Are Bay Leaves Good for You

Bay leaves are an excellent source of many vitamins and minerals, including vitamins A and vitamin C, the minerals iron, manganese, copper and calcium, all antioxidants with free-radical scavenging abilities, positively impacting your eyesight, bones and blood.

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Health News # 2: Tips to Control Stress and Hypertension

Tips to Control Stress and Hypertension

Summary of Tips to control stress

Build up your resistance to stress or you develop strategies for countering stress. Good sleep, good food, regular exercise, and steady exposure to nature are all prerequisites for healthy relationships to stress. READ MORE

 


Health News #1: Acute Respiratory Infections and Stroke Recovery

There is a review that establishes vitamin D deficiency risk factors, prevalence and treatment for individuals worldwide. The recent study conducted by The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association reported an astoundingly high figure of vitamin D prevalence worldwide. Approximately 1 billion individuals worldwide, nearly 15% of the world’s population, are vitamin D deficient. READ MORE