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Natural Ingredients to Hydrate Dry Skin from Head to Toe
March 22 2019
Staying hydrated is the key to good health. Although drinking adequate fluids can help ensure that the skin stays healthy and hydrated, a cream, moisturizer as well as some other household staples can go a long way toward making the body even more comfortable when experiencing dryness.
Healthy Sweetener Alternatives
October 6 2017
For the health conscious, processed white sugar can be a difficult culprit to avoid. Luckily, stevia, raw honey, xylitol, monk fruit, and coconut sugar offer the same sweetening power without the guilt.
Omega-3s & Immunity
April 26 2017
You know all about fish oil and heart health, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg for these healthful fats.
15 Natural Ways to Avoid a Urinary Tract Infection
February 19 2018
Urinary Tract Infections, or UTIs as they are commonly called, are more common in women than men. In the United States, almost 500,000 people are admitted to the hospital each year due to complications of urinary tract infections. The most common complication is a bacterial infection of the blood. In the United States, almost 11 percent of women reported a urinary tract infection in the previous 12 months. In addition, it is estimated that one in two women will develop at least one urinary tract infection during her lifetime. Worldwide, tens of millions of women get a urinary tract infection each year.
Stitch In Time
April 26 2017
Understanding your genetic clock and how to slow it down
For many years, it was thought that cells were immortal if provided an ideal environment. That belief was discarded in the early 1960s when Leonard Hayflick, PhD, observed that human fibroblasts in tissue culture wouldn’t divide more than about 50 times. Hayflick found that if he froze the cells after 20 divisions, they would “remember” that they had 30 doublings left after they thawed.
4 Benefits of MCT Oil
September 11 2018
MCT oil is a potent source of fatty acids. It may help with weight loss and digestive health.
Health Benefits of Different Teas
November 20 2018
Many types of tea are made from the leaves of the tea plant or Camellia sinensis. The differences lie in the way the leaves are processed after being harvested. For example, people making green tea will pluck leaves that have just started to wilt and then immediately heat them to keep them from fermenting. They will then roll and shape the leaves. By contrast, someone making black tea will roll the leaves before heating them.
The Ultimate 3-Course Vegan and Gluten-Free Meal
March 21 2019
For a delicious and budget-friendly night in, try this vegan and gluten-free meal you can make at home.
Alpha-Lipoic Acid And Multiple Sclerosis
March 20 2019
Often there are extremely positive preliminary results with a natural product in a very serious health condition and there are no follow up studies.
3 Things to Avoid in Your Beauty Products
March 19 2019
The soaps, lotions, and makeup people use every day have a huge impact on wearers.
The Benefits of Elderberry
March 18 2019
Elderberry (Sambucus sp.), a flowering plant, has been used for hundreds of years for medicinal purposes by native populations all over the world.
A Basic Shopping Guide for Keto Beginners
March 15 2019
The ketogenic diet requires a careful balance of fat, carbs, and protein.
The Benefits of Green Lipped Mussel
March 14 2019
Green-lipped mussel (GLM), also known as New Zealand mussel (Perna canaliculus), is a common shellfish which the indigenous New Zealanders, the Maori, have dove for and used it medicinally for hundreds of years.
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