Cancer Fighting Drink, Energy Zappers and Sleep Stealers

Esher, United Kingdom (PressExposure) January 29, 2012 -- "A recent study is the first large, prospective research to examine the effect of coffee drinking on three types of skin cancer - finding that women who drank over 3 cups of coffee a day had a 20% lower risk of basal cell carcinoma (BCC), and men a 9% lower risk compared to those who drank less than one cup of coffee per month." Says Kirsten whittaker, editor of the DHB.

The CDC has a message for us - most Americans take in too much salt each day, likely without even realizing it. What happens is that people unknowingly up their risk of high blood pressure, heart disease and stroke according to a new report.

Many people think weight loss has to be big... dramatic and life changing to be worth it... not so! Even a few pounds lost can make a significant difference when it comes to benefits to the body. Losing just 10% of your body weight, or even less, is known to bring some incredible bonuses along with the lower number on the scale. It might not seem like much, but in terms of overall health, those few pounds really add up.

We all feel run down at times... long stressful days or a few sleepless nights can certainly take their toll. But if you feel drained and dragging all the time, it makes sense to look at some common things that might be robbing you of energy. The DHB discovers 11 common energy zappers, plus top tips for dealing with them.

While some reasons for sleep loss are pretty clear... coffee late at night, an unsettled newborn or noisy neighbors... others might surprise you. Often, people don't have any idea why they aren't sleeping so well. We blame one thing, when in truth it''s another cause entirely.

To discover 7 surprising causes of disturbed sleep and what you can do to ensure a good night''s rest click through and join over 71,000 other DHB subscribers and get 5 free practical natural health reports. Become a free member of the Daily Health Bulletin by going to our website:

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Press Release Submitted On: January 29, 2012 at 4:34 pm
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