The history of garlic is long and illustrious. The greatest scientific minds of ancient and modern times have used the pungent bulb to heal. Discover why.
There are two forms of iron present in foods: heme and non-heme. I will explain what they are, how they differ and the best sources of each.
Numerous clinical studies have established that there’s an inverse relationship between vitamin D levels and cancer mortality rates. What does that mean? The lower your serum vitamin D levels the greater your odds of dying from cancer.
Chaparral (Larrea tridentata) is a very powerful herb. … Due to chaparral’s power, it is both highly regarded for its healing abilities and greatly feared for its possible side-effects and drug interactions. In this article, we will discuss both.
Here it is, Autumn! I don’t know about you but the time has flown by and as I write this my furnace is going on. With changes to colder or fluctuations in the weather we experience an increase in colds, and influenza. These two, are for many of us, temporary, …
Ashoka is regarded as a universal panacea in Ayurvedic medicine, with good reason. This evergreen medicinal tree is not only used as an individual remedy, for a variety of ailments, but as part of synergistic blends and in pharmaceutical drug formulations as well. For the sake of brevity, I will only discuss the most documented health benefits associated with this legendary herb. …
Arjuna is one of those herbs that doesn’t just improve a few aspects of one’s health, it greatly benefits overall health and well-being. … Learn how arjuna herb can help improve your cardiovascular health and prevent many chronic illnesses.
This second article in The Benefits of Ayurvedic Medicine series examines the herb Amla (also known as Amalaki). Amla is one of the most famous Ayurvedic herbs of all time. It’s delicious to eat and benefits the body inside and out, from head to foot. Research has even shown that Amla can improve certain chronic ailments. …
Our relationship with food will influence our health outcomes and quality of life. sunflower and pumpkin seedsWhat we choose to eat day to day, week to week and year to year, can create either radiant good health and well-being or accelerate the aging process and induce preventable diseases.
Much ado has been made of green tea over the last two decades. It’s been credited with increasing fat loss, preventing cancer and even extending lifespans. BUT is any of this true?