Do you understand the power that heals the body? Almost everyone has an inner knowledge that mental and emotional “stresses” can cause illness in the body. However, the question has always been how and why? To understand the inner workings behind stress-induced symptoms, we need to understand and learn about the way the The post The Power That Heals The Body appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.
The high cost of prescription drug is often in the news and a major issue on many levels. Therefore, individuals, families, communities, and politicians are searching for answers as the cost of drugs and health care skyrocket and people keep getting sicker. Thus, a prescription drugs solution is vital. The solution to The post A Prescription Drug Solution appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.
There is a lot of cholesterol confusion right now. For years, the media has pointed fingers at high cholesterol for being the main cause of heart disease. This has created an era of low fat, low cholesterol diets. These diets have allowed the processed carbohydrate and sugar industries to boom. Supposedly America is The post Lowering Cholesterol Confusion appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.
The trust Americans have in our government’s handling of our health care has long been a topic of conversation. It was before COVID, during, and has been ever since. But are we having the right conversation? Is the issue really about trust? Or is it actually about our, the public’s, lack of awareness. The post The Fine Print appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.
According to the Alzheimer’s Association, approximately 6.7 million Americans age 65 and older are living with Alzheimer’s. That’s 1 in 9 people aged 65 and older. It is estimated that by 2050, the number will grow to 12.7 million. Yet the authors of a new book, The Alzheimer’s Solution: A Breakthrough Program to The post Most Alzheimer’s Cases are Preventable appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.
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