Researchers analyzing 10 studies focusing on carrots and cancer prevention found eating carrots 3 times a week could cut prostate cancer risk by 18 percent.
Emerging research suggests we can’t lump all trans fats together, that some trans fats in animal products may actually help reduce diabetes risk.
What if some of the physical risk factors for cardiovascular disease could be reduced significantly by something as simple as mulberry leaf?
Honey and cinnamon’s combined effects are proven and recognized as valid for several health issues including diabetes, arthritis, and even cancer.
Have feelings of sadness and depression? There are several foods and herbs that can provide relief from depression without the costs – here are 4 of them.
Why is chocolate so beneficial? Researchers found certain bacteria ferment chocolate into anti-inflammatory compounds that are good for the heart and more.
Worried about pesticide exposure? Eating organic, pesticide-free fruit and veggies for 1 week can reduce pesticide residue in urine by 89 percent.
Even if you don’t have a green thumb, peppers are one of the easiest vegetables to grow. Here are 3 varieties of peppers you can easily start growing today.