Oftentimes, the most simple solution to avoiding health problems can be found in the past – namely, time-honored foods that are rooted in tradition and wisdom.
It’s a known fact that most spices are good sources of antioxidants, and cloves are no different.
Salt is an essential nutrient that our bodies require for transporting nutrients into and out of our cells, regulating blood pressure, exchanging ions and much more. However, not all salts are equal.
If you think purchasing organic will keep you safe, think again. A true case of buyer beware, taking a second look at your favorite foods may prevent a number of health problems down the road.
This exotic fruit, lucuma, is gaining popularity worldwide as word continues to spread about its significant medicinal value and sweet, pleasant taste, which is often compared to that of caramel or butterscotch.
The average home contains 500-1,000 chemicals, many of which we are unable to see, smell or taste. There are many things you can do to “detox” your home, some more practical than others. Here are my 20 suggestions.
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.
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.
While delicious in food, the great news is that fennel also offers some great medicinal benefits.
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.