Bok choy, a Chinese cabbage, may not seem as popular as the cabbage typically found at markets (red, green, etc.); however, it’s a health food superstar that has the potential to protect against cancers, reduce blood pressure and more.
The robust and abundant cabbage, which is closely related to other leafy green vegetables like broccoli and cauliflower, has a long history as both a food and medicine. Discover how cabbage is natural medicine for cancer, diabetes and more.
A new study has given us another reason to love spirulina: It contains a number of bioactive compounds that can help treat one of the most aggressive and feared cancers of all — pancreatic cancer.
Onions not only have countless uses in the kitchen, they are also a nutritional powerhouse. Discover how eating an onion a day could be one of the most effective and inexpensive ways to safeguard one’s health.
Oil pulling is a process of swishing an edible oil around the mouth for between 10 and 20 minutes, ideally upon awakening, for detoxification purposes. Studies now show that oil pulling can kill harmful bacteria in the mouth.
While delicious in food, the great news is that fennel also offers some great medicinal benefits.
The medical profession has overlooked some major pathological effects of fructose consumption and its effects on liver function.
An estimated 15 million Americans suffer from food allergies. Scientists recently discovered that probiotics could be the answer.
It might seem contradictory to everything that’s been said over the past 50 years about health, but one of the best ways to keep from getting fat is actually to eat more fat.
Vision is one of mankind’s most valued senses. Consuming certain foods has proven to directly impact vision and overall eye health. Here are five top foods for tackling degenerative vision.