Humans have actually been drinking camel milk for thousands of years, but only in recent decades have research and testing begun to clarify the benefits of this drink. While the camel milk industry is still in its infancy in the United States, the product is slowly becoming more available, and could become more affordable as interest grows. Read more »
The potentially devastating physical effects of type 2 diabetes have been well-documented, but the relationship between diabetes and mental function have remained less clear. Read more »
A new study finds that women who consume more than three sweetened fruit juices or fizzy drinks per week have increased breast density, a condition considered a major risk factor for breast cancer. Read more »
Researchers have discovered why you tend to be forgetful when under pressure. Read more »
Over 60 percent of American people are considered overweight or obese, and in a disturbing trend, American pets are following their owners’ lead. Over 57 percent of dogs and 53 percent of cats are overweight, according to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP). Read more »
It is no secret that a collection of healthy plants can bring a sense of warmth and comfort to your home. They can help to keep the indoor air fresh, and fill your home with life and color. However, indoor plants are sometimes difficult to grow and maintain, especially for those of us who are lacking a green thumb. Read more »
You may think that only diabetics need to pay attention to their blood sugar, but this is not entirely the case. Read more »
What do you think the secret is to living a longer life? Happiness? Wealth? Optimism? Good relationships? Peace of mind? Well, according to a new study on the topic, none of these are the true secret, and the answer may surprise you. Read more »
You probably recognize resveratrol as a highly publicized super nutrient that’s usually associated with red wine. In fact, if you browse our website alone, you’ll find dozens of studies about the amazing health possibilities tied to resveratrol and other antioxidants! But what’s the scoop on those living with diabetes, blood glucose and resveratrol?
Yes, according to new recommendations made by the FDA. In a reversal to its long-running recommended limits on seafood consumption for pregnant women and young children, the FDA now recommends a minimum amount of seafood per week. But is all fish safe, and are there alternatives to seafood? Despite the new recommendations, these are important questions to consider.