Every human being is the author of his own health or disease.
ANOTHER REASON TO EXERCISE
The great cryptographer Alan Turing, who cracked the Enigma code during the Second World War, could run a marathon in two hours and 46 minutes. He nearly qualified to represent Britain in the 1948 Olympics.
Scientists are now discovering that the same bodily process that helps fuel the body efficiently, making running easier, also improves memory and learning, as is shown in research published in the journal Cell Metabolism in April 2015 by scientists of the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in California, US.
This might explain why so many great thinkers, like Alan Turing, have also been keen sportsmen. It might also explain why our current decision makers are not making the best decisions.
A virus is an infective agent that typically consists of a nucleic acid molecule in a protein coat. It is too small to be seen by light microscopy, and is able to multiply only within the living cells of a host.
In recent times viruses like swine flu, bird flu, ebola flu and now covid-19 have infected humans.
Antibiotics don't kill viruses or cure flu and common colds. An antibiotic inhibits the growth of microorganism or destroys them. Bacteria are unicellular microorganism and thus successfully treated with antibiotics.
But against a virus, antibiotics are absolutely useless.
The art of healing comes from nature and not from the physician. Therefore, the physician must start from nature
with an open mind. Paracelsus (1493-1541)
According to researchers at University College London, eating up to 3 servings of vegetables a day can reduce the risk of death at any point in time by 14%, 5 by 29%, 7 by 36% and eating more than 7 servings of vegetables a day decreases mortality by 42%.
31st March 2014
If the Germans ate as much Sauerkraut as the French believe they do, they would have no cancer. Johannes Kuhl, MD