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The Best Way to Keep Your Eyes Healthy for Life

The Best Way to Keep Your Eyes Healthy for Life The Best Way to Keep Your Eyes Healthy for Life

Is it True That Too Much Kale Causes Kidney Stones?

Is it True That Too Much Kale Causes Kidney Stones? Is it True That Too Much Kale Causes Kidney Stones?

7 Healing Herbs and Spices that Rival Drugs and Meds

7 Healing Herbs and Spices that Rival Drugs and Meds 7 Healing Herbs and Spices that Rival Drugs and Meds

Skip a Painful Allergy Season By Acting Now!

Skip a Painful Allergy Season By Acting Now! Skip a Painful Allergy Season By Acting Now!

5 Things to Try Before Going on a Statin

April 17, 2014
5 Things to Try Before Going on a Statin

When it comes to cardiovascular disease (CVD) we know that imbalanced cholesterol levels is only one small part of the problem.  Read more »

Everything You Need to Know to Grow Your Own Flowers, Vegetables & Herbs

April 17, 2014
Everything You Need to Know to Grow Your Own Flowers, Vegetables & Herbs

Luckily for all you green-thumb wannabees, gardening isn’t a passing fad. In fact, the act and art of growing flowers, vegetables, and herbs is only gaining in popularity. According to Greenhouse Magazine, nearly half of all people gardened in a year, while the Garden Writers Association found that edible gardening increased over 11 percent in 2013. Read more »

Study Finds More Benefits of Dark Chocolate — So is it True a “Chocolate Pill” is in the Works?

April 16, 2014
Study Finds More Benefits of Dark Chocolate — So is it True a “Chocolate Pill” is in the Works?

Reports and warnings of harmful ingredients tend to flood our newsfeeds and inboxes, don’t they? This abundance of negative news makes reports of positive news seem all the more sweet. And the latest positive health news is sweet, indeed – chocolate can help make your arteries more flexible. While it may seem too good to be true, it’s an absolute reality. Read more »

The Link Between Alzheimer’s Disease and Cholesterol Imbalance Just Grew Stronger

April 16, 2014
The Link Between Alzheimer’s Disease and Cholesterol Imbalance Just Grew Stronger

Researchers from the University of California Davis have found another significant factor linking cholesterol ratios and Alzheimer’s disease. Read more »

The Real Reason the Advice to Cut Saturated Fat was the Biggest Medical Error of Our Time

April 16, 2014
The Real Reason the Advice to Cut Saturated Fat was the Biggest Medical Error of Our Time

For the past 40 years, doctors have been advising patients to cut foods with saturated fat from the diet, such as butter, cream and cheese, presuming that these foods lead to high cholesterol and heart disease. Now, some experts across the globe are saying this myth may be “the greatest medical error of our time.” Read more »

Do This Before Every Shower for Radiant Skin and Improved Health

April 16, 2014
Do This Before Every Shower for Radiant Skin and Improved Health

Don’t let the simplicity of it fool you. In addition to softer, more radiant skin, dry brushing, a popular health-promoting technique, has been associated with improved digestion, better kidney function, reduced water retention and, according to some, it can even banish cellulite. Read more »

6 Simple Ways to “Spring Clean” Your Health

April 15, 2014
6 Simple Ways to “Spring Clean” Your Health

Spring is in the air! When I think of the spring season, I think of two things: the growth and rejuvenation of life around me and, of course, the “spring cleaning” of winter’s clutter around the house. Chances are you use the spring season as a trigger to make a clean, fresh start with your surroundings, but — like many — neglect the opportunity to reset your body and boost its ability to clear the plaques, chemicals and fat that accumulated over the winter. Read more »

How to Balance Your Omega-3 and Omega-6 Intake

April 15, 2014
How to Balance Your Omega-3 and Omega-6 Intake

It is widely believed in the nutrition field that there was once a time when we consumed a healthy balance of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. Unfortunately, in today’s world this is not the case. Read more »

3 Surprising Ways to Strengthen Your Bones

April 14, 2014
3 Surprising Ways to Strengthen Your Bones

As people age, their bones become more brittle, a malady that increases the risk of a life-threatening bone fracture in falls. The good news is that you can be proactive in reducing this threat by engaging in bone-strengthening practices. Discover what type of exercising is best, which foods offer the most protection and which oft ignored nutrient may help. Read more »

How to Protect Your Pets from Dangerous Spring Bugs

April 11, 2014
How to Protect Your Pets from Dangerous Spring Bugs

Did you know that dogs can be bitten by as many as 500 mosquitoes PER DAY in peak season? Read more »

It’s True: Stress Can Kill You — But Here’s a Natural Solution That Actually Works

April 11, 2014
It’s True: Stress Can Kill You — But Here’s a Natural Solution That Actually Works

Do you know what the #1 most overlooked risk factor is when it comes to your heart, brain and longevity? It’s stress. Read more »

Is it True That Too Much Kale Causes Kidney Stones?

April 10, 2014
Is it True That Too Much Kale Causes Kidney Stones?

One second kale is the best thing you can eat, and the next you’re reading stories that kale can actually hurt you! Recent articles indicating that eating too much kale can lead to kidney stones and thyroid problems have people worried. But we never want to turn you away from such an amazing vegetable, so here’s the whole truth about how much kale is too much. Read more »