Study: Gardening Produces Multiple Health Benefits

Can two gardening sessions per week make a difference in your physical and psychological health? In a recent study, this activity produced smaller waistlines as well as improvements in endurance, hand dexterity, cognition and mood.

Bee Pollen Can Help Offset Spring Allergies

Bee pollen is considered an exceptionally nutritious food source capable of increasing energy, reducing seasonal allergies and other maladies.

6 Simple Ways to “Spring Clean” Your Health

Spring is the perfect time to reset and rejuvenate your body. Here are six simple things you can easily start incorporating into your daily routine.

Why You Should Be Concerned About GMOs

Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) have been grabbing headlines in recent weeks, with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) suddenly reversing bans on one genetically engineered crop after another.

Why I Take Spirulina Every Day + 8 Reasons You Should Too

When I dug into the research on spirulina, I found hundreds of clinical studies documenting the amazing health benefits of this sea vegetable.

New Study Sheds Light On Exactly Why Sleep is Good for Your Memory

Researchers from the University of York offer new insights on how a good night's sleep can help make the most of your memories.

6 Signs You May Be Severely Dehydrated

A helpful overview of dehydration warning signs and prevention.

Time-Restricted Eating: The Lost Key to Weight Loss?

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.

4 Tips to Lower Chronic Pain Now

Here are four ways you can naturally reduce overall inflammation in your body and thus reduce chronic pain.

If Your Anxious Dog Could Talk, He or She Would Ask for This

Stress can be a big problem for our beloved pets, and when it shows up in behavior like excessive barking, aggression, tearing up rugs or furniture, or messy “accidents” on the floor, it can really add to your stress, too.