Healthy Way Issue 37
Alfred Vogel believed in keeping in harmony with Nature. In this extract from his health newsletter (June 1929) he outlines the benefits of going barefoot outdoors, a topic he covers in more depth in The Nature Doctor.
Jan de Vries looks at Dysepepsia and Indigestion. He writes: The term Digestion covers all the activities of the digestive tract, involving preparing food to be absorbed by the body and the rejection of its residues.
Weight for weight, sprouted seeds contain more nutrients than any other natural food known to man – enough to rival even the best supplement pills available. A look at sprouting seeds and why they are so good to eat.
The thing about skin problems is that they are just so visible…
With that in mind, Alison Cullen considers the various problems and options for sorting out your skin.
Eyes are a very delicate and complex part of the body, yet are in constant contact with the environment. This article looks at ways to support eye health and look after a very important organ of the body.
Internal Waste Disposal System - your body has one, but what is it and how does it work and, perhaps more important, how can you help it carry out its essential processes?
Many men are reticent about seeking help for general health issues. Read how things improved for Mike and Ron when they decided to risk asking advice.
Prostate enlargement or Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy (BPH) affects 50% of men over 50. The first signs of the problem are disturbances in urination We take a look at research claiming Saw Palmetto berries can help BPH.
We look at the effect plastic bags have on the environment and wildlife, and how best to overcome the hazards involved.
From providing much needed nutrients to helping the fluid levels, we look at a side to the nettle that is not so well known.
Alison Cullen, answers readers' questions on osteoporosis, fibroids, digestive problems and children with catarrh.