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Health myths: We should live and eat like cavemen. Our bodies evolved for eating the food our ancestors could catch or gather, not stuff grown on farms.
Health myths: We should live and eat like cavemen.
Do not eat. Six health myths you should ignore. Our bodies can and should be detoxed: The reality is that we leave in a environment that is full with toxic things. Many people do diets to be detoxed but the reality is that you need 6 to 10 years of no exposure to get rid of only half on the bad things we have inside. We should live and eat like cavemen
Medical myths are part of our everyday life. Everyone knows them but only a few realise that they are myths and not real: Eating carrots will improve your eyesight. Spinach makes you stronger. Fresh is always better than frozen. Computer screens can.
Medical myths are part of our everyday life. Computer screens can damage your eyes. Cholesterol is bad for your health. These are examples of medical and health myths that survived over the years. Many people, including doctors believe in these myths although they are either not true or lack scientific evidence. Some of these myths also have very amazing and unbelievable origins
As well as covering current events and news from the scientific community, the magazine often features speculative articles, ranging from the technical to the philosophical
Here are common health myths you need to stop believing. Each morning you should be applying a broad spectrum sunscreen to all exposed areas of skin and reapplying your sun protection at least every two hours.
Here are common health myths you need to stop believing. Ignore this health myth-drinking tap water is a win all around! 8. Myth: Cracking your knuckles will lead to arthritis. Fact: Though cracking your knuckles may result in people not wanting to sit near you for a prolonged period of time, it's not going to give you early-onset arthritis, as some might have you believing. 18. Myth: Loofahs are a great way to get clean in the shower.
Scientists and policy of many of the leading countries have repeatedly . I believe that people should look for new ways to solve the problem of global hunger and a lack of resources.
Scientists and policy of many of the leading countries have repeatedly touched on the issue of genetically modified products, namely whethe. In addition, due to the fact that GM products can cause serious health problems people have started looking for new ways to replace such dangerous food.
Here are 12 health myths broken down by experts to revel the truth behind . The truth: New mums are often told not to wash their hair or even shower during confinement, because of the belief that doing so will allow ‘wind’.
Here are 12 health myths broken down by experts to revel the truth behind the matter. The food you eat does not affect the way your body alkalises itself or balances its acidity. Your kidneys and lungs do it – they control your system’s acid-alkali balance and keep your blood pH constant. The truth: New mums are often told not to wash their hair or even shower during confinement, because of the belief that doing so will allow ‘wind’ to enter the body and cause joint or bone pain. If you’re a soon-to-be mum, you will be glad to hear that this is indeed an old wives’ tale without scientific basis.
If there is one health myth that will not die, it is this: You should drink eight glasses of water a da. But they ignored the sentence that followed closely behind. It read, Most of this quantity is contained in prepared foods.
If there is one health myth that will not die, it is this: You should drink eight glasses of water a day. It’s just not true. It made no difference. Water is present in fruits and vegetables. It’s in juice, it’s in beer, it’s even in tea and coffee.
New Scientist - Do not Eat Six Health Myths You Should Ignore (24 August 2013)
New Scientist is a weekly international science magazine and website covering recent developments in science and technology for a general English-speaking audience. New Scientist has maintained a website since 1996, publishing daily news. As well as covering current events and news from the scientific community, the magazine often features speculative articles, ranging from the technical to the philosophical.
New Scientist – 24 August 2013-P2P
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