Food, Drink & Nutrition
The DASH (which stands for dietary approaches to stop hypertension) diet is rated the best overall diet in the U.S. News & World Report annual diet ranking. Developed by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute to help people lower high blood pressure without medication, as well as shed a few extra pounds, the diet emphasizes eating whole grains, fruits and vegetables, and low-fat dairy while limiting salt. Thus, it is a diet for everyone who seeks health benefits other than just weight loss.
Think sushi is a “health food?” Read this and you’ll reconsider!
You control the state of your chakras, whether it’s consciously done or not; therefore, you also have the power to balance your chakras yourself. This can be done through the food you eat, meditation, yoga, self-reflection, nutrition, energetic healing, crystals, or even just by being in a high vibration setting.
Does alcohol cause cancer, or does it prevent it? Scientists have given us mixed messages; so it’s confusing, to say the least. It has always seemed to depend on the type of cancer, the kind of alcohol, and the amount of alcohol consumed.
Can smelling essential oils make a difference in your brain? Apparently yes. Read about the results of this study!
Are you eating enough fermented foods to keep your gut healthy? Read this!
Don’t spend a bunch of bucks on a detox program. DIY with Dr. Axe’s Super Detox Recipe!
If you feel tired one day, that’s normal, but if you are chronically tired, you may have low PH levels. Read this and discover how you can feel better — all the time!
Superfood Alchemy: These transformative recipes benefit each chakra on a physical, mental, and spiritual level, for whole and lasting health and well-being.
If you like spice, try using mace. You can read about it’s many benefits here.
Consumers are concerned about eating glyphosate. Wouldn’t you be? If 75% of air and rain samples tested contain glyphosate, it is highly likely that the ‘probable’ human carcinogen is also in our food supply. Now that the World Health Organization is calling a spade a spade, it appears the US Food and Drug Administration is forced to start testing food for glyphosate.
Want to know that you’re eating healthy meat? This new standard may do the trick
How are universal frequencies affecting you this week (February 5-11, 2017)? Find out in our weekly column, a helpful complement to your weekly horoscope and a great standalone resource providing valuable insights into your health, nutrition, and muscular form and function.
Aloe Vera is one of the easiest plants to grow at home. It’s really simple to grow. Requires occasional watering, warm conditions, and a bit of fertilization now and then. You will get a lot benefits from growing aloe, mainly because of its medicinal properties.