Sweeping the nation as the healing king of all spices, curcumin has been shown to be nothing short of a natural health miracle for humans. But can curcumin help enhance the health of your pet too? The research says YES!
Blue-veined cheeses have been found to reduce atherogenic inflammation in preliminary studies.
Pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ), a nutrient discovered in 1974, may be destined to become the next supplement superstar, as research in recent years suggests it has a broad range of health benefits. Much of the buzz centers on its key action of boosting mitochondrial function, which had been compared to improving the performance of a...
Here are four ways you can naturally reduce overall inflammation in your body and thus reduce chronic pain.
Scientists are working on a way to increase the content of beneficial compounds found in broccoli, a superfood, already valuable for its many nutritional properties.
Studies show that consuming cinnamon can enhance brain functions. It is believed that cinammon can also help fight cancer, regulate blood sugar, reduce inflammation and lower cholesterol.
The compound curcumin within turmeric is likely nature's most powerful alternative to these five over-the-counter medications.
Not only does food affect your health, but it has an impact on your appearance as well.
Studies show that drinking tart cherry juice two times a day can give you up to 90 more minutes of sleep at night.
Scientists have made discoveries that could explain the ways that seasonal changes impact health.