Louis Pasteur said germs cause disease. Most of us believe it, and almost the whole pharmacological industry is built on this theory, but are we getting better?

What organs are responsible to take the waste/toxins out of our body and how to maximise its capability?

Did you know that cancer cannot take hold in your body when your liver is working well?

Did you know heavy and very painful periods, erectile dysfunction, depression, and heart diseases are the possible symptoms of hormone imbalance?

You can go about 3 months without eating, 3 days without water, but you wont last 5 minutes without air. What oxygen does and how to increase oxygen content in your body.

The many benefits of sunshine and rest for the body.

A constant acid-alkaline imbalance affects every cell in the body and may result in obesity, allergies, fatigue, and many other conditions.

Despite its bad reputation, fat is an essential nutrient in the human body.

In the same way that a stagnant pool breeds disease, a stagnant body will also breed disease.

75% of our body are water, and salt (sodium) is the main transport system to get the water and nutrition to our cells.

Our brain is the HQ of our body and nothing functions properly without it. Although the human body will deteriorate, the brain never needs to deteriorate.

Our mind is governed by a set of laws that we need to abide by if we don't want to run into trouble.

The way a baby/toddler is fed lays down the tissue, cellular, and bone foundation for the rest of their life.