What Is Type 1 Diabetes?

November 9, 2017 Felix Brambaifa 0

What is type 1 diabetes? For most people, it is the opposite of type 2 diabetes.

The problem with that definition is that it is lacking some crucial points and that is what this post is all about.

So…

What Is Type 2 Diabetes?

November 9, 2017 Felix Brambaifa 0

For informational reasons we shall be tackling the question WHAT IS TYPE 2 DIABETES?

Most people are aware of the disease but know little about it nor can they propertlly give an answer to that question.

Today we shall be asking and answering the question What is type 2 diabetes and I hope you learn a thing or two.

naturally healthy world

A Naturally Healthy World, A Necessary Priority

November 3, 2017 Felix Brambaifa 0

Building a naturally healthy world is not at all a necessary priority for majority of persons in the world today.

But that is the only way forward for a world that has become as unhealthy as an obese person who just can’t let go of pork meat and sweet beverages.

Despite the world’s best attempt to raise the standard of living, materially and health wise, for everyone everywhere.

The sad truth still remains, that the world is becoming more and more unhealthy with each passing day.

Tea Drinking, A Worthy Naturally Healthy Habit

October 23, 2017 Felix Brambaifa 0

There are many naturally healthy habit out there that can change our lives from sicknesses to healthiness.

But not every naturally healthy habit is the same or is a fit all package. No matter how healthy an habit, some are not just cut out for us.

Health: My Personal Experience With Sleep Deprivation

October 14, 2017 Felix Brambaifa 0

To have a perfect health one must have a balanced sleep routine. Sleep is that naturally healthy method to remain sane in today’s crazy world.

Being part of a crazy world means one must sometimes despite our best judgement make unhealthy choices just to make ends meet.

Sleep Deprivation And The Positive Effect On Depression

September 26, 2017 Felix Brambaifa 0

Natural Health Blog

​Sleep deprivation according to a study when administered in controlled settings — may rapidly reduce symptoms of depression.

The first review on the subject in nearly 30 years, by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania in the US, hopes to provide relief for the estimated 16.1 million adults who experienced a major depressive episode in 2014.