Tuesday, 20 December 2016

Angelica Urbas - Autism and ADHD solutions revealed

(NaturalHealth365) About 1 in 68 American children have some form of autism, according to official government estimates. That number is likely higher, however, as a survey of parents by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests that as many as 1 in 45 children, ages 3 through 17, have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.

Exposing the cause of autism and ADHD. On the next NaturalHealth365 Talk Hour, Jonathan Landsman and Dr. John Bergman will talk about vaccine safety issues; the unpopular truth about genetically modified foods plus many other environmental factors that threaten the health of our kids. Find out what we can do to dramatically improve the health of our children.

Autism is being diagnosed at an alarming rate

Schools are burdened with the costs of educating autistic students for an additional $8,600 per child per year on average. Over one-third of young adults with autism have held no job nor received any postgraduate education since leaving high school. Simply put, our society can not continue this way.
The prevalence of autism in U.S. children has increased by 119.4 percent between the year 2000 – when 1 in 150 children were affected – and 2010, with 1 in 68 kids being affected by autism, according to the CDC. The trend gives autism the sad distinction of being the fastest-growing developmental disability. Obviously, we can’t wait for government health agencies to solve this problem.

More at: http://www.naturalhealth365.com/autism-vaccine-dangers-1848.html

Wednesday, 14 December 2016

Angelica Urbas - Protect your brain health with these 4 powerful nutrients

Perhaps you’ve heard people laughingly refer to “senior moments,” those temporary lapses of memory that can leave you searching for a word — or a lost set of car keys. Perhaps you’ve even had a few yourself.  Is this a sign of poor brain health?

Unless they occur so frequently that they interfere with daily life, these little lapses are probably just a sign of a sign of normal age-related memory loss – and of the inevitable fact that your brain is getting smaller every year.

Loss of brain mass can threaten cognition, memory, mood – even life itself

Brain shrinkage, or loss of volume in the brain, is a normal part of aging. However, abnormally pronounced brain shrinkage puts you at risk for cognitive and movement disorders – and even stroke and early death. Research shows that people with smaller brain volumes have a 96 percent increase in their risk of stroke – as well as a 58 percent increase in risk of death from all causes.

More at: http://www.naturalhealth365.com/brain-health-dementia-2069.html