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Can This “Superfood” Really Trick Fat Cells?

April 27, 2015
Can This “Superfood” Really Trick Fat Cells?

A new study published in The Journal of Nutrition shows evidence that spirulina, a type of algae, possesses not only cell killing properties that may help us on our search for the cure for cancer, but also the ability to regulate the creation of fat cells. Read more »

Why Are So Many Doctors Still Ignoring This Lifesaving Nutrient?

April 27, 2015
Why Are So Many Doctors Still Ignoring This Lifesaving Nutrient?

At the top of my list of the safest, most effective and universally therapeutic dietary supplements is CoEnzymeQ10, or CoQ10. I’ve spent a lot of time researching CoQ10, and in another article, I discussed how a CoQ10 deficiency can cause multiple “mystery” symptoms. Read more »

The Big Pharma Frauds and BioTech Cronies Behind the Dr. Oz Smear Campaign

April 24, 2015
The Big Pharma Frauds and BioTech Cronies Behind the Dr. Oz Smear Campaign

A week after Dr. Oz aired a show devoted to the recent findings that link Monsanto’s herbicide Roundup to cancer, the physician was the target of a venomous smear campaign  — and the timing couldn’t be more suspicious. Read more »

6 Ways to Add More Cinnamon to Your Diet

April 24, 2015
6 Ways to Add More Cinnamon to Your Diet

As research unfolds regarding the blood sugar balancing and weight management benefits of cinnamon, we’re out to find unique and delicious ways to add more cinnamon to our diets. Read more »

Could This Veggie Be the Key to Fighting Arthritis?

April 24, 2015
Could This Veggie Be the Key to Fighting Arthritis?


Nutritionists have long extolled the health benefits of broccoli, citing its cancer-fighting properties as well as its rich content of vitamins, minerals and fiber. Now, scientists may be able to add anti-arthritic properties to broccoli’s impressive list of health advantages. Read more »

Low Vitamin D May Be Responsible for Your Joint Pain

April 23, 2015
Low Vitamin D May Be Responsible for Your Joint Pain

Are you vitamin D deficient? If you’re like most Americans, you probably are! After headlines brought attention to high levels of vitamin D deficiency throughout the United States, many studies have looked into the correlations and connections between vitamin D and chronic disease. Read more »

Is Olive Oil the Answer to Warding Off Cancer?

April 22, 2015
Is Olive Oil the Answer to Warding Off Cancer?

You’ve likely heard that the Mediterranean diet — full of nutrient dense foods such as salmon, seeds and vegetables — may be the healthiest diet ever, but a new study has found that olive oil in particular is the key to this diet. In fact, olive oil’s cancer cell-killing properties may unlock new potential for cancer treatments. Read more »

Why Experts Are Calling This Spice a Joint Pain Miracle

April 22, 2015
Why Experts Are Calling This Spice a Joint Pain Miracle

If you suffer from any kind of joint pain, you’re probably well acquainted with how severely it can limit your mobility. The fact is, ongoing joint discomfort affects roughly 1 in 5 adults and is the leading cause of disability in the U.S. Read more »

3 More Reasons to Enjoy Your Morning Coffee

April 21, 2015
3 More Reasons to Enjoy Your Morning Coffee

Say good morning to better health! Read more »

5 Reasons to Eat More Asparagus

April 20, 2015
5 Reasons to Eat More Asparagus

Exciting research is finding that asparagus is valuable for health in diverse ways, being beneficial for several medical conditions that plague many worldwide. Read more »

This “Diet Drink” May Be Making America Fat

April 20, 2015
This “Diet Drink” May Be Making America Fat

For the last several decades, diet soda largely has been viewed as a good substitute for typical soda in the public eye, featuring no calories, and often, supposedly no negative impacts. Read more »

The Science Behind Why You Like Sweet or Salty

April 17, 2015
The Science Behind Why You Like Sweet or Salty

Do you tend to crave salty snacks or does your sweet tooth usually get the best of you? If you talk to the person next to you and ask them the same question, they’ll probably answer the opposite. Read more »