Health Matters is a natural holistic company that runs health centers which offer various complimentary natural healing modalities all together in one location.
“Whatever brings relief and cure to the client in that moment of time is the right medicine for that person.”
Health Matters is among the few Holistic Health Centers in the country which aims to share health information and educate the general public on how to attain complete wellness.We are in the business of health, not simply the suppression of the symptoms of the disease.
The World’s Healthiest Foods
Spain: Olive Oil
Olive oil is mandatory at every meal in a typical Spanish home, and for good reason: The country makes more than 40 percent of the world’s supply.
Benefits: Antioxidant-rich olive oil protects against heart disease by controlling LDL (bad) cholesterol levels while raising HDL (good) cholesterol. New research also shows olive oil contains a compound that has anti-inflammatory properties similar to those found in ibuprofen.
Recipe: Shrimp with Garlic in Olive Oil
The thick, creamy, rich kind of yogurt that’s traditional in Greece has been integral to Grecians’ healthy diet for thousands of years.
Benefits: Yogurt improves lactose intolerance, builds stronger bones, enhances immunity, lowers blood pressure, promotes intestinal and vaginal health and may even have anticancer and weight-loss effects. A plus for Greek yogurt, in particular, is that it doesn’t give you the sugar overload of what you usually find in U.S. grocery stores.
Recipe: Grilled Eggplant and Yogurt Dip
India is the world’s biggest producer and consumer of lentils. Known as dal, lentils typically are served at every meal with steamed rice or bread.
Benefits:This superfood gives you protein, cholesterol-lowering soluble fiber, and about twice as much iron as other legumes. Lentils are higher in B vitamins and folate which is important for women of childbearing age. Folate reduces the risk of birth defects.
Recipe: Indian Lentils with Coconut
Koreans eat so much of this super-spicy fermented cabbage (40 pounds of it per person each year) that natives say “kimchi” instead of “cheese” when getting their pictures taken.
Benefits: Kimchi is loaded with vitamins A, B and C. Another one of its biggest benefits is the “healthy bacteria” lactobacilli which helps with digestion.
Recipe: Spicy Beef and Kimchi Stew
Cancer Prevention Tips:
Cancer is a systemic disease that can appear in almost any cell of the body. It is a disease resulting from defective or rogue cells of the body that refuse to die. They form tumors and proliferate all over the body, destroying functional cells, in some cases producing disturbing hormones, and waste vital resources of the body. Untreated, this process continues to the death of the patient. This is a self-destructive process. Prevention tips include:
- Regular detoxing of the body
- Removal of parasites
For assistance with any cancer condition, please contact our trained Natural Health Consultants for professional guidance. These health professionals can develop a specific and complete natural health program customized for your particular health condition.