Brain power boosting food nutrition is here to stay

July 18th, 2015 by No comments »

Brain power foods are emerging to the front of health concerns during real life experiences. One of the hardest conversations X Gens and millenials are having today is withFood Boosting Nutrition their parents or grandparents / great uncles and so forth whom are suffering from memory problems. These  generations are used to hyper fast communication and the slowing down of response, recall and other key communication brain functions, from dear fami;y members is staring the younger people right in their eyes.

The trend is up and many more people want food & natural health products to boost brain function.

This means food to assist & prevent mental health is the next big thing From sugar to functional foods is the big switch facting food manufacturers. It is  expected more and more brands of natural & organic products to focus on this segment.

Read a recent article from Food Manufacture


Dr. Mercola Nine Eighteen Boosting Tips for a Smarter You …

1. Exercise

2. Animal-Based Omega-3 Fats

3. Sleep

4. Coconut Oil

5. Vitamin D

6. Optimize Your Gut Flora

7. Vitamin B12

8. Listen to Music

9. Challenge Your Mind

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1. Curry

2. Celery

3. Broccoli and Cauliflower

4. Walnuts

5. Crab

6. Chickpeas

7. Red Meat

8. Blueberries

9. Healthy Fats

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Evidence based natural products – what does “Health Value” of a Product mean to you?

March 11th, 2015 by No comments »

With the advent of Independent Media we have seen the rise in an era of internet search for the most widest of topics, and health, it has long been an internet superstar. Going back to the early days of the internet there has always been health websites, health forums and internet pharmacies. What would the health of the world be like without information being shared via the internet?

So, like much of the world the internet has mirrored trends and influenced behavior all the while to an active consumer.These consumers, YOU, YOUR PARENTS are the results and the success of all these products; both true breakthroughs AND damn right scams! Your children will inherent the results of our testimony. It has always been time to respect Medical Research, Pre Clincial trials, Double Blind Placebo Trials and Toxicology. It is time for Natural Health Companies to find better ways to fund these important credentials.

The internet already has all the honest feedback on all forms of natural remedies, remedial through to pharmaceutical, TCM & Ayurveda.  Among the trash, the 80 / 20 rule probably does still prevail. Lets say a filter of 80% spam, copy & paste repeats (of honest feedback) and information that is off topic or simply bashing a brand, then you would be left with 20% of VERY IMPORTANT SHARABLE AND LIKABLE CONTENT,  It should be shareable and likeable because it can possibly help some one else.  Anyone that posts information on the internet discussing the health value of products is influencing the potential health result of a fellow human beings!  Among all the information published (filtered to the true 20% and then reviewed by social certification volunteers) it could be possible to uncover absolute paths to choosing products with true health value!

With the cost of Clinical trials so astronomical and simply so many natural health companies for potential clinical trial dollars to choose from the only potential way is for brands to encourage more detailed testimonials and not practice the encouragement of inflated claims. Just as humans have found the most diverse things within Mother Earth, it can also not be denied there is not capacity for the collaboration of humans to fitter then endorse the true health value of products. As I said, all the comments are in! The data can not be removed. You, as a brand or a consumer has already allowed a critical mass of information to be published, shared and databased. I am not saying, or anyone is going to be the judge. I am saying YOU HAVE  ALREADY BEEN A JUDGE  AMD / OR BEEN JUDGED! (Depending if you are a consumer or a brand).

Via a personal experience, I have realised that, like most decisions in life, health decisions come down to someone having the right information to inform you or you knowing how to choose “the winner”. When people bet on horses they are given favorites, tops, and all sorts of data. This assists a decision. At this stage,in many cases, Evidence based natural products information  is not an organized easily to compare to easily “pick a winner” This leads to the all to common trend cycle. We all love Natural products, and we know they are generally, safe, non toxi and so forth, but we are often reading about a new natural that can assist with all too common remedies.

This blog article is the first of a series by C.E.O of, Simon Agius titled Evidence based natural products – what does “Health Value” of a Product mean to you?


This is Natural Horsemanship

March 11th, 2015 by simonsayshealth No comments »

A great video if you love horses, like many of us nature lovers!
Natural Horsemanship

Leading U.S. government official declares chemical reports “a wake-up call” for policymakers and health experts

March 11th, 2015 by simonsayshealth No comments »

Linda Birnbaum, the leading environmental health official in the U.S. government, has commented on new findings, which include four published papers, “a wake-up call” for policymakers and health experts. The researchers detailed the costs related to three types of conditions: neurological effects, such as attention deficit disorders; obesity and diabetes; and male reproductive disorders, including infertility.

Researchers concluded that there is a greater than 99 percent chance that endocrine-disrupting chemicals are contributing to neurological disorders and altered thyroid hormones diseases, according to the studies published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism.

Chemicals that can mimic or block estrogen or other hormones are commonly found in thousands of products around the world, including plastics, pesticides, furniture, and cosmetics.

Read further about the findings on the following link from National Geographic