Adding to the astragalus benefits, research and history suggests astragalus may be useful in fighting heart disease, protecting against cancer, boosting immunity, slowing the aging process, regulating diabetes and blood sugar, increasing energy, and balancing the adrenals.
You don’t need skin solutions in the form of cream, serum, oil, or face wash. You can save your money and get healthy, happy skin with products found in any grocery store. Today’s grocery store beauty solution: apple cider vinegar.
It is well established that exercise helps to preserve youth and protect the heart from aging, but it certainly isn’t the one protector out there. According to 3 different studies carried out by researchers from the University of Tsukuba in Japan, the spice turmeric may be just as effective as moderate exercise at preventing aging and boosting heart health.
Pollen isn’t just an allergy-sparking substance that makes you sneeze in the springtime; it serves many purposes for plants, insects, and humans alike. But many of us miss out on amazing bee pollen benefits because we simply don’t know any better.
With a growing demand of antibiotic-free meat comes new and innovative ways to raise food animals who are free of disease and illness while also remaining free of antibiotics. As one example, some farmers are turning to oregano oil and even cinnamon in place of massive amounts of antibiotics.
Further adding on to those reasons, a recent study found something something extra special within breast milk – a substance that possesses amazing anti-cancer properties.
You may know what magnesium is, but do you know how important the mineral can be for your health? Magnesium is involved with over 300 metabolic processes in our bodies, leading to the mineral being called the ‘master mineral’. So what exactly does it mean to have a magnesium deficiency?
There are two primary guilt trips used on parents who refuse vaccinations for their children. The first is absurd enough to be laughable – the peer pressure tactic of not letting children who weren’t vaccinated around parents’ vaccinated children. But if your kids were vaccinated, they’re supposed to be protected, right?
Popular in Middle Eastern cooking, black cumin (Nigella sativa) are amazingly healthful seeds native to south and southwest Asia. The history of black cumin as a healer is undeniable, with popularity of the seeds slowly returning.