While reducing fat intake and eating a more balanced diet is the first step in preventing kidney disease, researchers recently found that grapes could play and important role in reversing the kidney damage that is already done.
Actress Angelina Jolie is the latest to surgically remove her breasts in a concerning new trend that encourages healthy women to remove their body parts.
We at NaturalSociety have always taught that what happens in your gut affects the entire body. So it’s exciting to hear when research finds that foods like broccoli and banana plantains hold part of the solution for poor gut health and subsequently ailments like Crohn’s Disease.
Ashwagandha, also called Indian Ginseng, Winter Cherry or Withania somnifera, is so powerful that it can not only slow the aging process, but is also a wonderful force against oxidative stress, cell death, and mutation. Further, the plant helps to lower cortisol levels, one of the worst stress hormones.
Did you know that thanks to excessive antibiotic use in livestock you are actually ingesting carcinogenic arsenic with your meat? A new study found that chickens raised with arsenic-based drugs end up having toxic, inorganic arsenic in their meat.
There is an electrical device that mimics and amplifies the immune system; it is capable of killing off all pathogenic bacteria, viruses, and parasites. That was the original intent of its designers, to kill off viruses such as hepatitis and HIV. Though the HIV viral source of AIDS is disputable, there are many other pathogens that can be destroyed by this device.
In study conducted at the University of Zurich, the ‘love’ hormone otherwise known as oxytocin was shown to lower the ‘stress’ hormone cortisol and regulate interpersonal relationships in a positive way.
Experts in the field of neuroscience have discovered that music boosts mood, which changes how our body reacts to stress, and even ignites some interesting chemical responses to help it fight foreign invaders like viruses and unwanted bacteria.
Beta-carotene is just one of several phytonutrients in carrots, including lutein and alpha-carotene, and it’s in these phytonutrients that we find heart-protecting properties. Several epidemiological studies have linked beta-carotene levels with reduced heart attack and heart disease risk.