Over the past several decades, the popularity of juicing has come and gone, and come again. But it will always be around. There are several ways juicing could help save your life and even more ways in which it could simply make your life more enjoyable. It does this by…
A recent study published in the American Journal of Pathology found that cannabinoids in cannabis help keep the brain and heart oxygenated instead of suffocating on plaques and congested arteries.
A delectable green nutritional powerhouse, kale is one of many superfoods that is a must-have in any kitche. Like other superfoods like blueberries and green tea, kale provides a wealth of nutritional benefits from cancer prevention to anti-inflammation. But what else can kale do for you?
A 2012 nutritional analysis of genetically modified corn found that not only is GM corn lacking in vitamins and nutrients when compared to non-GM corn, but the genetic creation also poses numerous health risks due to extreme toxicity.
A plant called Tulsi, or Holy Basil, which grows all over India might just be another answer to defluoridating water in poor countries all over the world. Research scientists at Rajasthan University have discovered that Tulsi can replace some of the more expensive alternatives to fluoride removal. The process is so simple, its downright exciting.
In recent research, compounds in apples known as oligosaccharides were found to kill up to 46% of human colon cancer cells. Further, the compound outperformed common chemotherapy drugs while leaving the toxic side effects behind.
Men’s fitness magazines are touting nitric oxide supplements as the way to lift heavier and even to prevent erectile dysfunction, but these supplements aren’t the safest on the market. Thankfully, there are far safer and natural ways to boost nitric oxide for a better workout, sex, and heart health.
The health benefits of onions are unmistakable – onions are loaded vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, in particular something called quercetin. Quercetin is a compound that has led some to say the layered bulbs are even better for you than so-called “super fruits” like goji berries and blueberries.
When you can combine the practical applications of natural health with the scientific background, the evidence can be awfully convincing. This is where Johns Hopkins medical oncologist Dr. Saraswati Sukumar comes in, explaining how you can get the most out of the amazing spice turmeric.