Walnuts are highly nutritious, and their health benefits have been well-known in China and India for centuries. They are just as revered in the West, however, and a large number of studies confirm the allegations of the ancient healing systems.
Vitamin D and Osteoporosis: How this ‘Miracle’ Vitamin can Restore Optimum Bone Health in Men and Women
More than 50 million Americans suffer from osteoporosis. Vitamin D has been identified as a primary role player in preventing osteoporosis. Here’s how it can help you prevent the disease.
Pineapple is a tasty fruit, typically enjoyed during the summertime and for its sweet, tropical flavor. However, the goodness of pineapple extends well beyond its taste, as it offers several health benefits worth exploring.
So many bacteria live within our digestive tracts — they outnumber our own cells nearly a hundredfold. Discover how bacteria in the gut can actually control human behaviour to get their proper nutrients.
Butter, like eggs, coconut oil and many other nutritious foods, was a victim of the misguided war on saturated fats that began in the 1950s. Of course, we now understand that foods high in saturated fats are actually very good for us and produce a large number of health benefits. This is especially true of organic butter.
More than 30 million women and 15 million men suffer from symptoms of low thyroid function or poor metabolism, and conventional medicine has few workable solutions for addressing this growing epidemic. But there are some ways you can address low thyroid function naturally without having to just suffer for the rest of your life without hope.
Deficiencies in vitamin D3 and K2 are a current epidemic in our society today. There are very serious health problems associated with long-term vitamin D3 and K2 deficiencies.
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.
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.