Saturday, October 5, 2013
Saturday Morning News
Here are the articles that caught my eye, this week, in the areas of health for your:
Where Does Your Help Come From - Charles Spurgeon
Charles Spurgeon was a preacher who lived in England from 1834 to 1892. He is called the "Prince of Preachers." Click the link to find out why.
For Middle-Aged Women, Stress May Raise Alzheimer's Risk
Visit this link to see how stress may be linked to Alzheimer's. That's not such good news. But see the story below, there is an answer--learn to take breaks!
Experienced Entrepreneurs Know The Value Of Take a Break: A CU Boulder Study
Whether you're an entrepreneur or not, I think you'll benefit from this information.
Gluten Is Not The Enemy: Why You Might Want To Reconsider Cutting Certain Carbs
Michelle Konstantinovsy writes, "Just because all those delicious looking treats at Whole Foods boast 'gluten-free' ingredients doesn’t mean they’re entirely wholesome. 'Not all gluten-free products have been formulated to be honestly healthy,' says Kantha Shelke, Principal and Food Scientist, Corvus Blue LLC, a Chicago based food science and research firm. 'The replacement of wheat is often done with a mixture of ingredients, many of which are often more glycemic (producing more sugar when digested), and not as high in fiber or protein.'"
Restless Leg Syndrome Linked to Magnesium Deficiency
Medical News Today reports that Restless Leg Syndrome may be linked to a deficiency in magnesium.
10 Facts About Flouride
What is fluoride? Is it really beneficial? Find out by watching this video.