There are no miracle cure-alls, silver bullets, or magic pills that will get you trim, fit and healthy, but after an exhaustive search and rigorous testing, The Sherpa has pinpointed a few natural health therapies that DO help and ferreted out the scams to may be shocked by what we've discovered.

Posts Tagged ‘ginger’

You’ve been lied to for years.  Decades, really. Everywhere you turn, someone is telling you to watch your cholesterol, telling you that one form or another of cholesterol is either “good” or “bad,” and that if it gets too high, you are at serious risk for heart disease or even death. Even worse, they are selling you drugs to lower your cholesterol… drugs that actually deplete your heart of the very nutrients it needs to run effectively. As if this wasn’t enough, they are also ignoring the REAL reasons that so many people die unnecessarily of heart disease each year […]

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Flu-Fighting Foods

Two of the most popular remedies in fighting colds and flu are orange juice and chicken noodle soup.  There are, however other foods that are rich in vitamins A, C and E and other immunity boosting nutrients such as bell peppers, carrots, almonds, sweet potatoes, garlic, ginger, salmon, mushrooms and dark chocolates. Red bell peppers are very high in vitamin C, twice as much as those found in oranges.  Vitamin C helps fight off illness and reduce duration and severity of symptoms. Carrots contain beta-carotene, which is then converted to vitamin A in the body. This helps increase T-cells which […]

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Foods for GERD

GERD or gastroesophageal reflux disease is a condition wherein the contents of the stomach including the stomach acid leak back into the esophagus. Symptoms of GERD can be avoided by eating low fat, high-fiber diet, which consists mainly of whole grains, lean meats, fruits and vegetables. It is also important to eat slowly, avoid late-night snacks and sleeping immediately after meals. Making the right food choices is important in treating the symptoms of GERD.  Select the food that best suits you using the chart from the National Heartburn Alliance. Avoid high-fat food such as doughnut if you already have GERD. […]

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