Considered the “Indian ginseng,” ashwagandha is an adaptogen — an herb that helps the body cope with various forms of stress.
Did you know? Within the Himalayan mountain range from the cracks in between the rocks oozes a tar-like substance called Shilajit, name that means “nectar of God”. Find out more about this incredible supplement.
How are universal frequencies affecting your health & muscles this week (August 30-2015 to September 5, 2015)? Find out in our weekly column, a standalone resource or a complement to your weekly horoscope.
Are you getting enough folate in your diet? Read this excellent article from Dr. Axe, as he explains symptoms of this vitamin deficiency, how to increase your vitamin b-9 intake, and the health benefits associated with this important vitamin.
How are universal frequencies affecting your health & muscles this week (August 23-29, 2015). Find out here in our weekly column, a standalone resource or a complement to your weekly horoscope.
Try this easy delicious recipe to use the abundant harvest of zucchini in your garden – they’re great as a side dish or snack!
Americans throw away $165 billion worth of food a year that’s up to $2,200 per household – wasting money, food and impacting our environment.
This cherry chia jam recipe takes 10 minutes, it is easy peasy and it can be made with any fruit.
By James Colquhoun | Food Matters Have you got cravings for chocolate so intense that you can’t think about anything else? What about those muscle cramps that keep you up at night? Or your trips to the bathroom are a bit of a struggle? Chances are you’re deficient in magnesium! Magnesium is essential for over […]
Is cannabis a dietary essential? Find out why it is the most important vegetable on the planet.
How much coconut oil do you have on hand? Better make a run to the grocery store after you catch a glimpse at what’s in store for you…
Naturally occurring in the human brain, Alpha GPC (alpha glycerophosphocholine), is derived from soy extracts, but can also be found in egg yolks and milk.It has been used in Europe as a treatment for Alzheimer’s and dementia. In the US, it is only available as a dietary supplement.
Carrots aren’t only a good introduction to the world of vegetables, they are a powerful health food. There is bountiful research that links these root veggies with numerous benefits, including a reduced risk of heart disease, better vision, and now, breast cancer prevention.