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  • CAESAREAN SECTION HAS DISADVANTAGES

    More and more women give birth by Caesearean section - this also goes for women who might as well have given birth naturally. Unfortunately, having a Caesarean does not seem to be without risks.
  • CHILDREN WHO WON’T SLEEP

    Many parents can relate to having a child who will do anything to avoid bedtime, has trouble falling asleep, and wakes up many times during the night. There are also many reasons behind this problem
  • CHILDREN’S DIET, BEHAVIOUR AND ABILITY TO LEARN

    A teacher from Denmark named Frede Bräuner has worked for many years to find comparisons between diet, behaviour, and the ability to learn. Via speeches and consulting work he has participated in the introduction of school meals in many Danish schools.
  • CHRISTMAS IS COMING

    Traditional Christmas food is very fatty, and it can be hard to eat in moderation when the table is covered in the most delicious dishes. Here are a few tips to Christmas’s food orgy, both preventative and when you have already eaten too much.
  • CLARITY REGARDING ANTIOXIDANTS AND ATHEROSCLEROSIS

    The connection between atherosclerosis and free radicals is very strong. It has not been disproved that they should be combated. It has actually not been studied.
  • CODEX ALIMENTARIUS – A THREAT TO YOUR VITAMIN SUPPLEMENTS?

    In the near future The international Codex Alimentarius Commission might ban a large number of the dietary supplements that are available on the market today.
  • CODEX ALIMENTARIUS – GLOBAL FOOD IMPERIALISM

    National Health Federation (NHF) in USA has released a book about this powerfull organisation and its impact on you life.
  • COFFEE; THE GOOD AND THE BAD

    It is seldom that one hears health food advocates say anything positive about coffee drinking. The exceptions to this include, for example, coffee used in enemas, which are unrivalled in their ability to detoxify and stimulate a weakened body.
  • CONCERNING BREASTS

    Few, if any, body parts are set in such high esteem as the female breast, in all of its forms and sizes. Both men and infants delight in these appendages, and women themselves are happy to have them.
  • CONFUSION ABOUT OMEGA-6

    Confusion regarding the essential fatty acids is the rule rather than the exception while research regarding their good effects piles up. It’s hard to find head or tail in this subject, but the quick answer is: Eat more fish!
  • CONSTIPATION DURING PREGNANCY

    Quite a few pregnant women suffer from constipation and this can be one of the greatest nuisances during pregnancy.
  • CONSUMERS TAKE GOVERNMENT TO COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS TO SAVE NATURAL HEALTH SUPPLEMENTS

    Consumers for Health Choice are to take the British government to the Court of Human Rights as part of their fight to keep natural health supplements.
  • CONSUMERS: BOYCOTT GENETICALLY MODIFIED VITAMIN C

    The American consumers' organization Organic Consumers Association in the U.S. encourages people to boycott vitamin C supplements made from genetically modified crops.
  • COOPERATION WITH ILLNESS

    Doctor, acupuncturist, and spiritual psychotherapist Kurt Lindekilde writes about the road to transformation though acupuncture, psychotherapy, and self healing.
  • CUCUMBER SEASON

    The politicians, celebrities, and others who deliver much of the media’s copy, often go on vacation during the summer, when the cucumbers ripen. So enjoy cucumbers when they are fresher than the news!