Power for those suffering from osteoporosis


The osteoporosis is a fairly common disease that affects the bones, weakening them. This weakening is due to small or severe fractures to the spine.

Women are more prone to this disease than men, but fortunately it is possible to cure the disease or even prevent it, through power.

In our blog we explain what are the causes and symptoms, but most of all what are the foods for osteoporosis.

Causes and symptoms of osteoporosis

The bones of the body are composed of tissues, in large part from collagen and phosphate, respectively, a protein that forms a softer texture and then a mineral capable of curing the bone.

Over the years, the bones renew themselves in their composition, removing the old bone to make way for the new. What are the causes of osteoporosis? » Read more

How to relieve knee pain

knee pain

It is hard to complain of a sore knee : most people think that it is synonymous with old age and weakness, and many bear the pain until the damage is too great.

But the knee pain is a common condition that occurs in people of all ages and, if not treated in time, can affect permanently movements. For this reason, it is necessary to talk about what you feel, no matter what other people think: the sooner you consider knee pain a real problem, as you can quickly find a solution.

When the damage is too severe you can switch to costly, but for starters, there are cheaper and less invasive solutions. This article will outline some Granny natural remedies to relieve knee pain. Read on! » Read more

5 tips for dealing with senile dementia


The dementia does not indicate a specific disease; it is rather a general term for a number of diseases and symptoms that affect cognitive decline, memory and thinking skills in an individual.

Among the various pathologies, the Alzheimer’s disease accounts for approximately 60-80% of all dementia cases. Let’s find out what are the symptoms of senile dementia, to learn about this disorder.

What are the symptoms of dementia?

The symptoms of dementia can be extremely volatile; to define a dementia, however, it is necessary that there are at least two, among these functions, which are significantly altered or impaired:

  • Storage
  • Communication and language
  • Reasoning and judgment
  • Concentration and attention
  • Visual perception

Those suffering from dementia can continually encounter problems even with everyday actions. The short-term memory is affected, and you forget where you placed the bag or if the bills are paid; also prepare meals or remember certain events or dates may become a problem, and often from home journeys become dangerous because patients can struggle to find their way home or forget where they are headed. » Read more

Refined Sugar: Damage, History and Substitutes

Refined Sugar Damage

Among the worst enemies of health of modern man, refined sugar stands out because of the severity of the damage they can inflict and the frequency of use is now made of it. 
Sugar (Sucrose), is produced by man after a long mechanical-chemical process (Sugar cane, beet).

In nature there as food, it is present only in the form of fructose in fruit, but the fruit is a organicato element, beneficial and perfectly assimilated, as opposed to industrial is inorganic, not assimilable and very harmful. 

It has been introduced in modern power towards the middle of 1800. 

Before that they used raw products extracted from sugar cane, in tropical and sub-tropical countries.  » Read more

Tea to say goodbye to the abdominal fat


A regular consumption of this infusion, accompanied by a healthy diet and plenty of water will help you fight belly fat much faster.

Say goodbye to the accumulation of fat in the abdominal area is a goal that many would like to achieve.

It is very important to remember that the abdominal fat is the result of a wrong operation of certain organs of our body that deal to clean the body.

We speak of organs such as the kidneys, lungs, liver and colon, that deal to purify our body all day ii. For this reason, when they fail to perform its task in the right way, the result is an excessive accumulation of abdominal fat. » Read more

Rare Diseases: Pompe Disease (Glycogen Storage Disease Type II)

Rare Diseases

The rare diseases, also called “orphan”, are diseases that affect only a small percentage of the population, generally characterized by a high degree of complexity and in most chronic and degenerative cases.

They are diseases that can strike at any age, especially in the first years of life, and which arise both for genetic reasons and for environmental factors or complications of common diseases.

Unfortunately, they are little known and often require a multidisciplinary study and a good cooperation between health centers and services.

Precisely for these reasons, people suffering undergo numerous problems, including…

  • Difficulty in reaching a diagnosis in a short time
  • Little interest for research
  • High costs of medication or treatment
  • Difficult to get good care
  • Low funding sources
  • Little assistance

» Read more

Cholesterol and Triglycerides: Diet and Natural Remedies

Cholesterol and Triglycerides

I have read an article on metabolic diseases have listed the major metabolic diseases including hyperlipidemia and hypercholesterolemia characterized by values of triglycerides and cholesterol in the blood; in this article we explore the subject in order to understand what are the “enemies to be avoided” and what natural remedies that make you say “goodbye” to the problem.

What are cholesterol and triglycerides?

Cholesterol and triglycerides are fats (or lipids) by which the human body stores energy useful in case of necessity; The body fats are classified into two groups:

– “Simple” such as cholesterol and fatty acids

– “Complex” as phospholipids and triglycerides

Cholesterol and triglycerides therefore play a very important reserve function in the body, what makes them really dangerous is in fact their action but a excess of the amount thereof in the blood. » Read more

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