Food, Drink & Nutrition
Stomach bloating is so common these days it’s been called an “epidemic.” With most people’s poor diets, high levels of stress, need for daily medications and exposure to various pollutants, it’s no wonder they’re suffering some sort of bloating more days than not.
Alkaline foods have been shown to lower blood pressure and cholesterol, both of which are huge contributing factors to cardiovascular diseases. The diet can also influence and help with weight loss, which in turn reduces the risk of contracting type 2 diabetes and osteoarthritis. Though it has not yet been proven to prevent cancer, an alkaline diet can make some chemotherapy treatments more effective and less toxic on the body.
It is that time of year when many people go crazy for a pumpkin latte. Real pumpkin puree, spices, and maple syrup re-create this coffee shop classic without all the added sugars and preservatives. So cozy up with a movie or a good book and enjoy this fall cup of cheer.
Enjoy the best tastiest and healthiest flavors of Fall with these super simple recipes.
For something that tastes so good, honey isn’t consumed all that often. Besides being delicious, honey is also densely packed with valuable nutrition, such as nutrients. Honey is also quite healthy: a tablespoon of raw, unadulterated honey contains 64 calories, and is free from cholesterol, fat, and sodium.
It seems as though we hear about omega-3 fats and their apparently never-ending list of benefits so much that many people just roll their eyes whenever they’re mentioned. But some health experts, like Dr William Harris, will freely talk about them as if they are the holy grail of health.
Supporting your immune system can completely revolutionize your health. Even a small improvement can dramatically influence the way you look, feel and even think every day.
Fast food is almost never a good “go to” food source. But if it’s all that is available – here are the two chains you can eat at with no worries about antibiotics (plus the ones to avoid!).
Do you know the #1 green for fighting cancer? Here’s what it is and why.
“According to Edwards, “BioAcoustics Voice Spectral Analysis can detect hidden or underlying stresses in the body that are expressed as disease.” The vocal print can identify toxins, pathogens and nutritional supplements that are too low or too high. In addition, vocal print can be used to match the most compatible treatment remedy to each client. The introduction of the proper low frequency sound to the body, indicated through voice analysis, has been shown to control: pain, body temperature, heart rhythm, and blood pressure. It has also been shown to regenerate body tissue, and alleviate the symptoms of many diseases (in some cases, even those considered to be incurable).” This allows her to, among other things, determine certain bioacoustic indicators of a person’s health – be they famous like the presidential candidates – or regular Joes and Josephines like us.
Want an easy, hot fall meal? Pull out your crockpot and make one of these delicious soups or stews.
A recent study of ginger shows that the spice is 10,000 times more beneficial than chemotherapy.
Smoothies are great, but can get boring when you stick to the same old recipe. Here are 10 great, healthy ones you’ll love.
It’s a good thing garlic and lemon taste so good together, because a new study shows that when combined, they are great for your cardiovascular health.
How are universal frequencies affecting you this week (October 16-22, 2016)? Find out in our helpful complement to your weekly horoscope and a great standalone resource providing you valuable information about your health, nutrition, and muscular form and function.