Coverage of the herbal supplements class action has talked a lot about which brands to avoid, but which companies make trustworthy herbal supplements?
Eliminate these three harmful foods from your diet to strengthen your immune system and try these immune-boosting tips, including an immune-boosting tea recipe.
Here are our top five tips for natural pain relief based on the recommendations of a good friend who is a Naturopathic physician.
We all know that fruits and vegetables are good for our body, but did you know that they have a profound effect on our minds too? Our whole body functions at peak performance when given good nutrition, adequate water and a generally healthy lifestyle. So what is good for your brain and how can we improve our diet for a focus on brain health?
Are your feet itchy with painful cracking skin? You just might have athlete’s foot. Try these home remedies for athlete’s foot and feel better soon!
In case you needed another reason to eat more avocados, here’s one: eating one avocado a day helps lower bad cholesterol.
Bulletproof coffee is hot right now (get it?), but does it really deliver the health benefits that it promises?
The supplement industry makes the big bucks, so it can be hard to look past the marketing and find supplements that work amid that ones that are maybe more hype than anything else.
The dairy industry pours tens of millions of dollars into advertising cow’s milk as a healthy drink. Their Got Milk campaign has been very effective in convincing us that we need milk to be healthy. But how healthy is cow’s milk, really?
Do fall and winter’s dark days mess with your sleep cycle? Try these soothing foods that help you sleep.
Coconut milk is loaded with minerals that are good for skin and hair. Try some of these DIY beauty uses for coconut milk.
Umeboshi plum is a traditional Japanese pickle that has amazing healing properties. Discover why it’s beneficial and how to use umeboshi for digestive and other health issues.
Tomato tea is a favorite natural cold and flu remedy of mine. It tastes good, and I can feel it relieving some of my symptoms from the first warm, soothing sip.
Could you give up kale for a month? Here are some interesting reasons to look at your kale consumption.
When you’re feeling blue or stressed, do you ever try to eat your feelings? You might think that a bowl of ice cream or large order of fries is going to help, but chances are it won’t.