By genki-do on 11th Apr 2013
By genki-do on 05th Jan 2013
The western diet typically focuses foods which are high acidic. This can cause health issues in the long-run. Learn which foods are alkaline and acidic as well as some practical tips on how to structure your meals to restore internal pH. An important article for anyone concerned with their health, structuring the ideal diet and getting the most from their performance!
By genki-do on 05th Jan 2013
Packed with protein, vitamins, minerals and various other nutritional goodies - Spirulina is truly one of nature’s ‘super foods’. Find out about what nutritional benefits spirulina could provide, as well as it’s use in treating various medical conditions from obesity, to renal toxicity!
By genki-do on 03rd Jan 2013
Stevia is a wonderful non-caloric, natural sugar substitute. Read about the benefits of stevia, what it could do for you and make the switch today!
By genki-do on 30th Dec 2012
Hi y’all, the move is official - genki-do has moved all content and is now posting from http://genki-do.blogspot.com.au … Anyone who is interested in genuine, evidence based health and fitness tips as well as those who are currently following my blog can subscribe to receive emails of my articles on the website - you don’t even need to be a Blogger member! Don’t deprive yourself of the possibility for new and interesting information - visit us today! You won’t be disappointed
By genki-do on 17th Dec 2012
The Fluoridation of drinking water has been hailed as one of the greatest band-aid solutions *ahem* medical successes of the 20th Century. Despite increasing concerns that the popular distribution of fluoride in drinking water and food may result in adverse health effects (Cicek et al., 2005), the Dental Associations of the world (including the ADA) are unwavering in their defence of the process of water fluoridation.
I don’t question sodium fluoride’s efficacy in the prevention and control of dental cavities. However, it seems that the focus on dental hygiene appears to be impairing the medical orthodoxy’s ability to see the forest of greater human health risks including heart disease, obesity, depression and IQ deficits in children, for the trees. Fluoride ions can easily spread from the lungs and the gastrointestinal tract to the blood which means anyone concerned with more than just preventing cavities should be interested in methods of either reducing their consumption of the substance or counteracting it’s effects.
Nabavi, S. F., Moghaddam, A. H., Eslami, S., & Nabavi, S. M. (2012). Protective effects of curcumin against sodium fluoride-induced toxicity in rat kidneys. Biol Trace Elem Res, 145(3), 369-374.
Cicek, E., Aydin, G., Akdogan, M., Okutan, H. (2005). Effects of chronic ingestion of sodium fluoride on myocardium in a second generation of rats. Hum Exp Toxicol, 24, 79–87.
Tiwari, H., Rao, M. V. (2010). Curcumin supplementation protects from genotoxic effects of arsenic and fluoride. Food Chem Toxicol, 48(5),1234–1238.
By genki-do on 15th Dec 2012
By genki-do on 08th Dec 2012
Once again - FYI, I will be moving my Tumblr blog to -
I am currently in the process of moving over all of my posts so anybody who would like to catch up with my articles but doesn’t want to move through the archives can easily subscribe to receive either emails or RSS updates and you don’t even need to be a member of Blogger!
If you found my tips and posts useful or interesting I do suggest joining the mailing list so I can keep in touch with all of you in future! I’d love your feedback and comments on the new blog as well!
By genki-do on 03rd Dec 2012
Just a heads up to everyone - this blog will be moving to the Blogger platform within the next few days. Tumblr, while wonderful, is an extremely visual medium & I feel that Blogger will be a more appropriate platform from which to post the lengthy text articles I do so love to write :)
I hope that you will continue to follow Genki-do on it’s new place in the Blogger world and that you’ll all continue to find informative, evidence-based health / fitness tidbits that you can take with you and apply to your daily lives.