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Is E-cigarette Safer Than Traditional Cigarette?

As a relatively new product, e-cigarettes have already gained great popularity over the past few years, which is to a great extent the result that e-cigarettes are often marketed as a safer alternative to traditional cigarettes, but there is ongoing debate and research about the potential health risks associated with their use. So this article intends to give you a brief idea of the difference between e-cigarettes and traditional cigarettes and what are the potential threats of e-cigarettes. 

How bran benefits your health?

Many people may not know much about bran although they have had it many times. Bran is the outer layer of cereal grains, such as wheat, rice, or corn. It is removed during the refining process to make white flour, white rice, and cornmeal. Being removed does not mean it is a waste. Bran is actually a good source of dietary fiber, vitamins, and minerals, and is often added back to processed grains to increase their nutritional value. It is also used as a food ingredient and dietary supplement. Bran contains important nutrients such as vitamin B, magnesium, zinc, and phytochemicals, which are beneficial for health. Incorporating various types of bran into your diet is a good way to stay healthy. This article will give you some ideas on the nutrient composition and health benefits of bran, as well as where you can get it from.

Should You Keep Exercising When You Have A Cold?

Sticking to a routine of exercise is good for your health. However, should you keep exercising when you have a cold? Does it help the recovery or aggravate the symptoms? If it does help, what exercises should you do? These questions may be quite unexpected since we have always been suggested to get enough rest and stay hydrated for faster recovery from cold, and exercising is exactly the opposite which consumes much energy. Besides, exercising when you have a cold can be challenging, as the symptoms of a cold can make it difficult to breathe and can cause fatigue and muscle aches. 

Tips for Quitting Smoking

Smoking is without any doubt the NO.1 cause of COPD and most other respiratory diseases, responsible for about 90% of lung cancer deaths and 80 percent of COPD deaths. Anyone smoking should quit as soon as possible. A lot of people find it tough to get rid of this addiction, but it's one of the best things you can do for your health. So in this article, we are offering some tips that may help:

Something about the Common Cold

This totally unnecessary disease is preventable AND quickly relieved.

Before I learned to practice Holistic Medicine, I suffered the "occupational hazard" of frequent colds and flu because I was constantly exposed by close contact with my patients in the office who were infected. However, I have not had a cold, or flu, for the past 16 years. Part of this has to do with simply improving my immune system through Aerobics, Whole-Foods Diet and Skilled Relaxation. There are three other major factors that would stop this problem in the majority of those who tried them. These are:

  1. humidification of the air
  2. Vitamin Czinc lozenges

Of course, changing these factors would not provide the substantial benefits of the lifestyle changes I mentioned above.

Humidification of the Air

First, the main reason there are more colds and flu in the "winter" is because of the low humidity caused by the heating of the inside air; not because of the exposure to the cold of the outside. The first line of defense to airborne invaders is the mucus, lining the upper respiratory tract, which traps them as they are breathed in. The normal upper respiratory tract makes a quart and a half of mucus every 24 hours. That is why we swallow every few minutes. The invaders (viruses, bacteria, allergens, etc.) are swept into the stomach, before they have a chance to get through the lining into our blood, and are pretty easily destroyed by the powerful acid in the stomach.

This system uses very little energy and is EXTREMELY effective. It is only when this system fails that the virus, etc., has to be dealt with by the immune system which takes a LOT more energy. The immune system is the second, and last, line of defense.

The average indoor humidity, in the heating season, is 10%. The average humidity of the Sahara Desert is 25%. I nspired air must be 100% humidified by the time it reaches the lungs. ALL of this moisture is provided by the mucus I mentioned. When the air is this dry, the mucus dries out so that it is MUCH thicker and flows MUCH more slowly into the stomach. All of this additional time is used to good advantage by the invaders, to get through the lining before getting swept into the stomach. Then, there is only our immunity to protect us. If you have great immunity, the invader doesn't have a chance and you don't "catch a cold".

Using an indoor humidifier, attached to your heating system, will not only solve this problem (research shows an 80% reduction of viral infections in school children in schools with heating system humidifiers) but also greatly reduces the cost of heating. Sixty-seven degrees at 40% humidity feels as warm as 75 degrees at 10% humidity. That top 8 degrees is the most expensive part of your heating costs. The typical homeowner (or school) that installs a whole house humidifier saves the cost of that installation, in heating costs, the very first season--a pretty good investment. Forget about the cost of medications, missed work and productivity, the misery of being sick, etc.

Vitamin C

The second factor is Vitamin C. Since the availability of ESTERIFIED Vitamin C, we can get enough of the C into the White Blood Cell (WBC) to, in effect, "Supercharge" it for fighting viruses and bacteria. Esterified Vitamin C gets 4 times as much of the C into the WBC, per dose taken orally, as regular C. By taking 2-4 grams of Esterified Vitamin C daily, during the "Cold Season", most viral infections will be prevented. If you should feel a virus coming on, just start taking 4 grams 3 times a day. Loose stools mean that you need less. Ordinarily that will stop the virus within 24 hours. I would keep up the dosage for 24 hours after the last symptom to be sure it was gone.

The interferon factories of the body are put into "overdrive" once the equivalent of 50 grams of Vitamin C, daily, are used. It is really impossible to do that orally with regular vitamin C. However, it only takes 12 grams of ESTERIFIED Vitamin C to get to that point.

Anyone who tries this will know of its effectiveness. Best results happen if this is started at the first sign of symptoms. It will still work pretty well even if the cold has been coming on for 48 hours. After that, it may, or may not, work.

Zinc Lozenges

The third factor is zinc lozenges. For the past 10+ years research has indicated that the average length of a "cold" can be cut in half by using zinc lozenges. Since then, they have been available in health food stores and drugstores. A large study in 1996 has substantiated previous research. If this were advertised 1/10th as much as those medications designed only to relieve symptoms, there would be a lot less need for symptomatic medications. Does anyone wonder why it is not common knowledge?