The WHO has lowered its sugar recommendations from 10 to 5 percent of daily caloric intake, and is preparing for a backlash from the sugar industry.
A new study (on rats) has found that junk food such as sugar and processed carbs cause weight gain, a clouded mind, and even laziness.
A bill that would require a warning label on soft drinks and sugary sodas has advanced in California – the beverage industry is fighting it tooth and nail.
Aspartame is an excitotoxin that destroys the brain and body. Now, aspartame is being disguised as a new name in your favorite foods – aminosweet.
A new study indicates a flavonoid in grapefruit could hold the key to preventing cysts associated with polycystic kidney disease.
A new study indicates eating two to three peaches each day could slow the spread and progression of breast cancer in women.
Although often used as a culinary spice for its distinct flavor and aroma, oregano is also an amazing healing plant due to the following constituents.
Grapefruit seed extract offers anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. Here are 5 ways you can use grapefruit seed extract to boost your health.
Just a single dose of monosodium glutamate (MSG) caused headaches, spontaneous pain, high blood pressure, and more in a recent study’s healthy subjects.
An antioxidant everyone should know about, glutathione is often called the master antioxidant due to its ability to protect the body from disease.
A new study suggests gluten could possibly be to blame for neurological disorders commonly thought of as age-related, like Parkinson’s disease.
Frankincense is an herb used medicinally for thousands of years by Ayruvedic medicine. It has even treated cancer while unharming normal cells.
Consuming about a quarter-teaspoon of ginger each day can significantly reduce inflammatory markers associated with Type 2 diabetes, a study found.
In a 2013 study, the unassuming goji berry showed promising results in protecting and potentially reversing BPA damage to male reproductive organs.
Everyone deserves to know what exactly makes up the food they’re eating. To start, learn about these 4 toxic substances found in most U.S. meat.
It turns out you can compare apples to oranges, that is if you’re using Google and know the trick for their little-known nutritional comparison tool.
Have trouble breathing? Keeping lungs healthy and airways clear is important. Here are 6 herbal tools that can help you breathe easier.