This month’s issue of Home Cures That Work is now available online. This issue is power-packed with information and tips to promote amazing health.

Urinary Incontinence –This is a problem that is so embarrassing that no one wants to talk about it, much less experience it! For too long, many of us have assumed that incontinence simply comes with growing old. Dr. Scott Saunders dispels that myth, tackling this topic head-on. He informs you about the four types of incontinence and how to avoid and/or treat each of the four types naturally. This is an article you won’t want to miss!

Home Cures That Work, December 2016L-Theanine for Stress and Anxiety – Our society is hurtling forward at breakneck speed. Stress, anxiety, and sleeplessness are the rule of the day. The problem is that the drugs designed to ease those symptoms come spiked with their own set of nasty side effects like addiction, drowsiness, constipation, insomnia and others. That’s where L-theanine comes in! You may not be familiar with this important amino acid. But if you’ve ever had a cup of green tea, then you’ve unwittingly consumed it. At last, a natural supplement that calms and sooths, yet leaves one mentally alert and actually improves sleep. Read all about it in this issue of Home Cures That Work.

Omega Fats: The Simple Fuel that Drives Your Engine – For decades now, all we’ve heard is how bad fat is for you. But this is a half-truth! Without fat, your brain can’t function properly and your immune system falls into jeopardy. It’s the kinds of fats we eat that are so crucial. In fact, that’s why omega fats are called “Essential Fatty Acids” or EFAs. This article is brimming with vital information on the importance of maintaining a good ratio of omega-3s and 6s. Unfortunately, we naturally get an overabundance of one and are weak in the other. Find out how to achieve the right balance of these two EFAs.

Pesticides: When Killing the Pest Becomes the Plague – I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but that salad you ate for dinner, the milk you put on your cereal, and the apple you had for lunch were probably all laced with pesticides. We’re not talking about an Agatha Christie mystery or some weird conspiracy theory. As one top official said, “We’re exposed to a cocktail of chemicals from our food on a daily basis.” In this article we tell you what foods to avoid, how to buy pesticide-free foods and how to minimize your exposure to these toxic chemicals.


P.S. Did you know that when tested, the average American contains residue from 29 different pesticides in our bodies! And scientists have no idea how all these chemicals interact with each other! Do yourself a huge favor and read about how to reduce your risk for cancer and other illnesses caused by these caustic toxins.