Today’s crop of antibiotics are becoming less and less effective. With that in mind, and before you find yourself in dire need of something that will kill the superbugs, here are 10 herbs and foods that will do the job naturally.
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.
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.
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.
An estimated 15 million Americans suffer from food allergies. Scientists recently discovered that probiotics could be the answer.
Though pharmaceutical companies would like you to believe that stomach acid is just a nuisance that needs to be neutralized, stomach acid actually plays a very essential part in our digestive process.
A new study published found that maintaining too high a level of hygiene and cleanliness can actually cause newborn babies, and particularly those under one year of age, to suffer from allergies and asthma later in life.
Eucalyptus oil has many properties that make it an attractive solution for many health ills.
Iron deficiency is one of the most common nutritional deficiencies in the United States and women are among those at greatest risk. Here’s some ideas on how to test your iron levels, how to increase your iron levels and how to supplement.