Can a vegan diet fight depression and anxiety? No doubt, plants are powerful tools to help us fight both depression and anxiety. Learn more about the science behind why eating a plant-based diet can help you feel your best.
Creamy, decadent, delicious: homemade cashew cheese is easy and affordable, and super customizable!
A Panchakarma Cleanse is a Ayurvedic detox (cleanse) protocol that is relaxed yet effective and bring our body back to balance. Learn more about this healing protocol and my experience with this awesome practice. I’m already looking forward to my next cleanse.
Probiotics for a healthy gut are a hot trend right now, but you need more than a daily yogurt or kombucha to keep your gut flora in check.
Plant-based diets are good for overall health, but can a vegan diet cure illness too? We review the research that shows plants might just be what we need.
Learn how to use psyllium husk, and why a daily dose can improve your overall health and wellness. Cheers for happy poops!
What is kombucha, exactly? We delve into the secrets behind this allegedly magical fermented elixir.
There are dozens of natural remedies for anxiety, and we have both lifestyle and food solutions to your anxiety and stress concerns.
Takeru Kobayashi is a world-renowned competitive eater from Japan, especially known as 6-consecutive-year winner of July 4th hot dog eating contest. We’re obviously not big fans of competitive eating around here, but in a recent interview, Kobayashi revealed some tricks of the trade that were pretty interesting.
Learn how to make ginger tea from fresh ginger for delicious sipping as you harness this spice’s natural healing properties!
Balancing gut health during this transitional time between seasons helps establish a solid foundation for our overall health.
Do you have difficulty pushing or straining when you poo, or do you have discomfort, pain or bloating in abdominal area? If you are familiar with these questions, well, you are not alone. Constipation affects about 70% of Americans, and more than 40% suffer either occasional or chronic constipation; it’s a silent epidemic.