Extrawdinary News Headlines 22nd January 2017

Welcome to this weeks Extrawdinary Headlines.  I hope you find this weeks articles informative.

 

Alternative Medicine

Alternative Medicine Becoming More Mainstream.

There was a time not so long ago when the term “alternative medicine” conjured up visions in many people’s minds of shamans, charlatans, and crackpots.

However, times are changing.1  Read more.

 

Spring Water

Clean Water from Fresh Air

Hello World  host Ashlee Vance traveled to Santiago to see Pino’s invention in action. It’s a machine dubbed FreshWater that can pull moisture out of the air, filter it, and turn it into pure drinking water with the press of a button. It’s said that the best technology resembles magic, and FreshWater certainly fits that description.2   Read more.

Kimchi

Fermented Kimchi for Weight Loss

Kimchi is a traditional fermented Korean food that has garnered international interest due to its various beneficial effects. Focusing on the effect of fermentation, this study hypothesized that consumption of fermented kimchi would have more beneficial effects compared with that of fresh kimchi on metabolic parameters that are related to cardiovascular disease and metabolic syndrome risks in overweight and obese subjects.3  Read more.

 

Sources

1 Healthline.com

2 Bloomberg.com

3 GreenMedInfo.com

 

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Michelle Firrisi is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and Clinical Herbalist. She lived most of her life in the Island of Guernsey, in the Channel Islands, UK.

She now lives in beautiful British Columbia, Canada. Michelle also holds an Honours Degree in Bachelor of Science Podiatric Medicine and practices Reiki, Massage and Shamanism. Her main speciality is in the areas of Addiction, Anxiety, Depression and reversing Mood Disorders with targeted Amino Acid Therapy & Nutrition.

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