In this video, an M.D. explains how to use nutritional science and a nutritarian diet full of organic, natural foods to get off big pharma drugs and boost overall health.
One of the largest studies to date has found a dramatic increase in inflammatory bowel conditions in children in the last decade, likely due to eating GMOs.
Following are 8 suggestions from ancient medicines to help increase prana in the body and prevent diseases such as cancer. Try them all.
Not all diet or weight loss advice out there is sage wisdom. Here are just a few of the weight loss myths you may want to steer clear of.
Researchers for General Electric are working on a machine that will use microwaves to instantly analyze how many calories are in a plate of food.
Instead of eating mayonnaise or miracle that is full of harmful ingredients, try making your own with some of these ingredients.
The Macrobiotic diet has a long solid history of health-giving success, with its focus on whole organic brown rice grains. Here is some information.
The difference between healthy and unhealthy grains is ignored, though very real. Here are some tips, though one thing is certain, avoid processed grains.
The saturated fats-cause-bad-health dogma is fading, but now it seems a new craze is in town – the gluten-free diet. But is this just another myth?
Depression does not require antidepressants! Here are 5 things people can do to boost their happiness levels without ever popping a pharmaceutical pill.
A recent study comparing the Paleo diet with a low-fat, high carbohydrate diet determined the ‘cavewoman’ diet was best for weight loss. Is it true?
Researchers analyzing about 65,000 people found that eating 7 servings of fruit and vegetables daily leads to a 42 percent reduced mortality rate.
A study has found that those who consume a vegetarian diet are more prone to disease and have a lower quality of life than meat-eaters.
Which diet is best? According to a study by a highly credentialed medical expert, Dr. David Katz, the best food – is REAL food.
Going vegetarian may not only improve your health and prevent animal cruelty – it costs less, too. Here are 6 ways being a vegetarian could save you money.
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.
In light of sugar dangers, the World Health Organization now advises no more than 5 percent of daily calories should come from sugar, down from 10 percent.