This is Insider’s Health TV. I’m your host, Clint Winters. Today, we’re talking probiotics and why they are essential for your health. You might be wondering what the heck probiotics are. We... Read more
The Autoimmune Epidemic. Do chemicals cause rheumatoid arthritis, childhood diabetes, MS, or lupus? How to avoid these diseases that are more common than cancer. And a big diet scam: Hoodia!... Read more
A research team in the US, claims we spend 7.7 hours per day, on average, sitting down, and their findings say sitting around is killing us. American adults may be able to boost their life e... Read more
Are you gulping down the diet soda, hoping for a slimmer waist? Contrary to the calorie count, diet soda has been shown to raise blood sugar and increase waist sizes. The increase of blood s... Read more
Turmeric is a powerful spice that has been used in Asia for thousands of years. It’s great to cook with, but it’s also a magical medicinal herb. With major antioxidant properties, it does wo... Read more
Are you paying too much for your medication? A large medical group looked into the numbers associated with copays for medications at the pharmacy and cross checked them with cash prices. Wha... Read more
IHTV reveals the truth about some common health myths. Does chewing gum remain in your gut for 7 years? The Answer: Nope. Although some of the ingredients are indigestible, so are some fibe... Read more
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