Does work stress you out? Unless you’re lucky enough to be the exception, work is probably one of your leading sources of stress, primarily because it’s a root cause nearly impossible to eliminate.
Given how widespread acne is in today’s society, it isn’t surprising that acne treatment is a billion dollar industry for Big Pharma. Fortunately, two foods found in nature — aloe vera and coconut oil — are proven to treat acne effectively and without side effects.
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.
Along with spinach and kale, broccoli is one of the most nutritious “regular” vegetables in existence. Research has shown that broccoli is effective at preventing and treating several types of cancer.
Though science and religion rarely share a similar perspective, there are many scientifically valid reasons for this religious condemnation of pork. Pigs really are dirty, unclean animals that eat almost anything, including rotten food, urine, feces, maggot-infested carcasses and even cancerous growths.
Oregano oil is truly a powerful healer.
Raspberries are not only tasty, they are very rich in various phytonutrients that make them a delicious way to fortify the body.
Calcium is an essential macromineral whose roles in the body are relatively well-known. Here are a few good sources of calcium
Incorporating natural habitats into schoolyards helps students cope more appropriately with stress, while increasing attention span and reducing conflict. The presence of trees and grass instead of plastic and asphalt effectively balances the behavior of the children. Being among nature is more meditative and free, balancing the children’s energy levels.
There are a number of herbs that are often used in everyday cooking that are also prized for their ability to calm the digestion system.