Monthly Archives: January 2017

Natural Health Writing

Today, with more and more people taking a keen interest in natural health and natural remedies, the time has come for natural health writing to also come of age. Time was when looking for alternative therapies and simple natural health tips would probably mean going through tomes of very stuffy boring books and trying to sift out the nuggets that made sense to you. Cut to today when the Internet is full of so many natural health sites. Suddenly, health, such an important topic is being dealt with not with a sober demeanor but with simplicity, with sensibility and even with a touch of humor.

Does this mean that all natural health writing is gospel? Far from it. What I mean to deal with here is to look at how the style of writing has changed to fit in with today’s world. The content I do not presume to comment upon. There was a very clear divide in how medical problems were addressed in days gone by. Doctors spoke in a language different from the rest of the world, a language filled with jargon, which only another doctor or a pharmacist would understand. The Internet seems to have ripped that veil asunder and everyone, but everyone who has anything to do with health seems to be on the bandwagon of getting down to the grassroots level to be understood.

It probably started with the interest in natural health. From the kitchen shelf, to a little more knowledge about herbs and spices. Those sites on the Internet have changed the way not just how natural health writing is done, but how health writing as a whole is looked at. With so little time and so much to do, if you are obtuse, you get left out. So natural health writing, as well as most health writing on the Internet seems to be coming of age and coming down to the common man’s level.

Natural Health Urinary Tract Infection

You have been looking up information about natural health urinary tract infection tips. And you probably have found that there is more information out there than you expected. The truth is that there are numerous ways to cure and prevent urinary tract infections. But what is valid and researched?

In fact, preventing and curing an infection walk hand in hand. Therefore, if you choose to prevent an infection; you are most likely going to cure your current infection as well. Unfortunately, most U.T.I. sufferers have already tried antibiotics which have thrown their bladder health out of whack. But if you decide to try some simple natural health tips, you may cure your infection in less than 12 hours and prevent it for the rest of your life.

Here are 7 FREE tips to get you started!

How to Cure and Prevent a Urinary Tract Infection

These natural health urinary tract infection tips may be old news or be something you have never heard before. It is important that you make it a habit to try each tip daily.

1. Your body needs to be flushed daily. Unfortunately, about 80% of Americans are dehydrated which leads to improper flushing of toxins, bacteria and even radicals. You can start flushing your infection by drinking 2 tall glasses of water for every 2 hours you are awake. If you drink water throughout the day, you have a better chance of preventing and curing your infection.

2. You might also wish to eat a diet that is rich in water soluble fiber from fruits and vegetables. Fiber will naturally flush your body as well as water. Try to eat more vegetables than fruits because of the high sugar (and acid) content in fruits. Eat at least 4-6 servings per day.

3. A great remedy to try is parsley. Parsley contains a compound called apiol which is a volatile oil that acts like an antiseptic for the bladder. You could notice relief in hours after consuming this garnish.

4. You may also wish to try Alka-Seltzer which will help relieve pain and burning. It will also maintain the pH of the urinary system.

5. Foods that contain a high acid content will make your symptoms worse. It is important to avoid these foods during your treatment: coffee, tea, chocolate, cola, guava, oranges, pineapples, strawberries, tomatoes, red wine, carbonated beverages, steak, corn, eggs and sour cream.

6. If you have taken antibiotics, these are some foods that will restore your pH balance: kale, spinach, potatoes, yams, zucchini, carrots, squash, onions, broccoli and mustard greens.

7. Here are also some foods that will flush the ‘bad’ bacteria (E coli) from your tract: mineral water, beet greens, eggplant, green beans, avocado, grapes, pears, and apples.

8. Finally, an increase in kidney function helps the body get rid of toxins and increases the flow of urine. And alfalfa is a great way to increase the kidney function ability. Alfalfa juice concentrate is a great remedy for UTI.

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Eat Healthy While Traveling

When we are traveling, it is difficult to get fresh and organic food. This makes it so we eat something that we don’t want or something that isn’t as healthy. The choices are low and often leads to something that isn’t that tasty. At the same time, it’s difficult to bring around fresh food for a longer period of time. Follow these 10 tips to fuel and satisfy your tastebuds while remaining healthy.

Tip 1: Bring a travel bag

A travel cooler is a simple solution to keep your health while you are traveling. Sometimes, just bringing juice or a green smoothie makes a difference in your day. By doing this, you can bring things like kitcheree, soups, smoothies and food that you would normally have to refrigerate.

Tip 2: Get the right oils, vinegar and salt

Finding good oils and high quality fats is one of the reasons why restaurants often don’t work. If you want to change your position with oils, bring coconut oil, flax oil or raw butter. Restaurants will fulfill your request to steam veggies or rice while allowing you to use your own oils and fats a s a compliment.

Tip 3: Bring Spirulina, Blue Green Algae or Greens

Spirulina is a way to boost your energy and remain balanced, even on the go. Add it into any travel bottle and mix with water. It has a great taste and adds in alkaline.

Tip 4: Oatmeal

Oats are some of the best travel foods and they are naturally healthy. They don’t need to be refrigerated, they are light and they can be cooked first. Get a cup of hot water and cook it yourself while on the go! Add in raisins, a chopped apple and other flavors for a balanced meal.

Tip 5: What to Do with Fresh Fruit

Apples, oranges and bananas make great travel foods and are easy to carry with you. The ability to have these without refrigeration makes them even better to carry with you.

Tip 6: Add in Energy with Nuts, Seed and Dried Fruits

This is the travel tip that any healthy traveler already recognizes. Pack the nuts, seeds and dried fruits to add in the protein and fats you need.

Tip 7: Sandwiches

Sandwiches used to be a huge nutritional item but somehow have filtered out. They are best to combine with sprouted grain bread, high quality nut butter, fruit and vegetables. Your veggies don’t need to get soggy if you pack all of the ingredients separately and then assemble it when you are ready to eat.

Tip 8: Wraps

Some of the best wraps are seaweed nori. These sometimes get soggy but they never lose their taste. You can also add in nuts, eggs, seeds, cheese, avocado, veggies or sprouts.

Tip 9: From Eggs to Potatoes

Cook them the night before and be ready for the added protein and snacks during your day. These can be healthy and filling while you are in an airport or traveling in the car.

Tip 10: Sardines

No one would suspect sardines as a way to move with travel. However, these work with cultured vegetables and other foods with toast. Just make sure you pack it right so you don’t have problems with the smell.