Your Healthy Tidbits; Volume 13 Issue 27

Elderly Golfers

TIDBIT #1

Morning routines are important to begin with, but even more so during times of crisis. Don’t reach for your phone to check the news as soon as you wake up or while you’re still in bed. Take a few minutes to find yourself – and smile. You’d be surprised at how incredibly powerful a morning smile can be in helping you start your day on a positive note. thriveglobal.com


TIDBIT #2

Two Moderna executives cashed in $25 million when stock prices rose immediately following the announcement that its COVID-19 phase 1 trial showed promising results. The stock dropped within days, when critics pointed out the results were likely misrepresented and actually quite alarming. 20% of Moderna’s phase 1 volunteers suffered severe systemic side effects. With that reaction rate of 20%, the idea of vaccinating the global population would gravely injure at least 1.5 billion individuals, and likely more, since only exceptionally healthy volunteers were included. The most hazardous hurdle for Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine lies ahead. Past attempts at creating coronavirus vaccines have failed, as both animal and human subjects would develop robust antibody responses but then become gravely ill when exposed to the wild virus. In some animal studies, all the animals died upon exposure to the wild virus. Coronaviruses have been shown to produce two different types of antibodies: neutralizing antibodies that fight the infection, and binding antibodies that cannot prevent viral infection. Binding antibodies can instead trigger “paradoxical immune enhancement,” causing severe illness and/or death when exposed to the wild virus. articles.mercola.com


TIDBIT #3

Exercise Tip: Do 10 push-ups every morning - Or jumping-jacks, or crunches, etc. This is a small enough number to commit to each day but a regular enough activity to make a difference. Over time, you can add five more, ten more, and so on. onegreenplanet.org


TIDBIT #4

Research conducted in an independent medical professor’s lab in Sweden analyzed data that shows a 20% improvement of prefrontal cortex brain function. All data was collected and analyzed by scientists who had no preconceived ideas about chiropractic. Chiropractors have long observed a wide variety of changes in the people under their care following adjustments. Along the wide spectrum of claims from those under care are those who say they feel better or focus better and those who notice improvements in movement and coordination. This study takes us a little further down the path of understanding why this could be. This is solid scientific evidence that adjusting the spine changes the way the prefrontal cortex of the brain is processing information. The prefrontal cortex controls goal directed tasks, decision making, memory and attention, intelligence, processing of pain and emotional response to it, autonomic function, motor control, eye movements and spatial awareness. This study shows that when subluxations are corrected it increases brain function by 20% just by adjusting the misaligned vertebrae. spinalresearch.com.au


TIDBIT #5

Himalayan salt contains 84 minerals, electrolytes and elements – a staggering number considering that only 118 elements are known to science. For this reason, adding more Himalayan salt to your diet can help rectify virtually any mineral deficiency you might have. Significantly, Himalayan salt contains iodine, magnesium, zinc, iron and calcium – the five minerals in which the United States population are most deficient. draxe.com


QUOTE

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