• April 9, 2015

    There are many simple steps one can take to help jump-start their metabolism if they are on a weight loss mission or trying to prevent weight gain. Natural Society has provided many weight loss tips in previous articles, but below are some more to help out even further.

    1. It begins before your day even starts. Make sure to get enough sleep. Research shows that there is a link between poor sleeping patterns and poor health – especially poor health... more

  • February 18, 2015

    Your body needs water. The proper amounts and the right ‘kind’ of water. Consider these startling facts:

    • More than 75% of all Americans are chronically dehydrated!

    • In more than a third of the people, the thirst mechanism is so weak that it is often mistaken for hunger.

    • Dehydration is a major cause of hypertension, currently affecting ... more

  • August 1, 2014

    If you have ever heard a pop when you twisted your knee and then your knee swelled, chances are you ended up with surgical repair of a torn meniscus or ligament in the knee. There are some serious cut-and-dry cases when surgery is the only option. However, what if your knee is sore but there was no pop and no swelling, and it just hurts after walking or exercise?

    First of all, you need to discover the cause of the pain. The start of any good diagnosis is a careful history and physical exam. If it's... more

  • July 31, 2014

    If you have never heard of Hyaluronic Acid, and the miraculous things it can do in your body, today is your lucky day. I recommend that you watch the short (less than 10 minutes) video with Connie Chung. It is directly to the RIGHT of this box. The article directly to the LEFT of this box mentions how important it is to use HA with growth factors (as found in Royal Velvet) for healing damaged tissues, meniscus, cartilage, and ligaments. The synergistic effects of having hundreds and hundreds of life-giving... more

  • July 31, 2014

    ABC News reporter Connie Chung visited the Japanese village of Yuzurihara to find out why the people there were living so long yet looking so young. The TV report, aired in November of 2000, showed men and women in their 80s and 90s with smooth wrinkle-less skin, flexible joints, full heads of hair, and activity levels that defied their age. Most villagers were still active farming in family gardens that every villager tends.

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