The balance of your intestinal flora can impact everything from your emotional well-being to your physical health. And believe it or not, probiotics play a much bigger role in healing and prevention than most people think.
Bee pollen is considered an exceptionally nutritious food source capable of increasing energy, reducing seasonal allergies and other maladies.
According to leading experts, roughly 80% of your body’s available energy is spent digesting food, which means these digestive helpers are critical. (And we're not talking about probiotics...)
The good news about the benefits of astaxanthin just keeps coming. Exciting new research on this antioxidant’s protective effects on the eyes and heart is especially promising.
One of the biggest breakthroughs in recent history is a Nobel Prize-winning discovery that changes everything we know about aging. The length of telomeres which determine how quickly cellular aging occurs, can be increased by upping your intake of Vitamin D3.
Postmenopausal women are at risk of losing bone mass, which increases their likelihood of fractures. Research shows that following a diet plentiful in anti-inflammatory foods may offer bone protection.
According to nutrition experts the benefits of eating during a certain timespan include: reduced inflammation, increased detoxification, enhanced immunity, improved brain function, decreased risk of cancer and minimized effects of aging.
Ever wonder what foods make you sleepy? How about the foods that keep you awake when you're trying to get sleep? Here is a list of some sleep inducers and sleep stealers.
Bone broth is gaining popularity, and for good reason. It's loaded with hard-to-get nutrients such as collagen, hyalpuronic acid, gelatin, amino acids and minerals in forms easiest for your body to absorb. Here are 6 reasons to give it a go.
Energy levels are impacted by so much more than just long days. Here are 7 things that can drain your energy levels, plus how to dodge the energy-sapping damage.