Ten years ago, finding a product labeled “gluten free” on your grocery store shelf would be an exercise in futility. Now, they are everywhere. There are countless books on the dangers of wheat and grains in general. But, is this fear of grains justified or is it just another trend?
Stroke is the third leading cause of death in the United States, with more than 140,000 succumbing to the condition. Heart disease claims even more lives. We all know that diet and exercise have a lot to do with these two causes of death, but, what if I told you that eating dark chocolate could also work to prevent them?
Are you one of the millions of people turning to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for conditions like arthritis, gout, or other inflammatory-related conditions? If you are, it may be time to look into natural solutions instead of subjecting your health to the negative possibilities of pharmaceuticals – because natural solutions do exist. In fact, one of these solutions may be resting in your spice rack right now – turmeric.
The growing problem of infertility is a concerning one. Recently, the National Institutes of Health revealed that 15% of couples trying to conceive could not get pregnant in the first year. But, rather than expensive medications and treatments, one recent study suggests walnuts could provide some help.
Thanks to fake organic products now certified in China, it’s harder than ever to find out if you’re truly eating organic. These vital tips will help.
Could chocolate make you smarter? While it may not increase your IQ, it could stave off cognitive decline, say researchers with the University of L’Aquila in Italy. The scientists have contributed to a growing body of research that indicates chocolate is more than a comforting food, that it could also have dramatic health benefits.
Reducing exposure to toxins like smoke, fluoride, pesticides, mold, and chemicals found in cosmetics can help boost the health of your internal systems, but don’t forget about the many dietary solutions you can also implement. Here are 5 foods to cleanse your colon naturally.
Don’t worry, I’m not about to tell you that chocolate causes cancer. From possibly staving off cognitive decline to enhancing visual performance, chocolate (specifically dark chocolate) is actually good for you in many ways. But, can we go so far as to say it has cancer-prevention or even cancer-fighting properties?