Bee pollen is considered an exceptionally nutritious food source capable of increasing energy, reducing seasonal allergies and other maladies.
It’s hard to watch the Olympic games without becoming swept up in the excitement and inspired by the athlete’s dedication. If all that good energy gets you thinking about upping your fitness routine, here’s a new take: instead of adding mileage to your current run, or tacking on an extra day at the...
Cold and Flu season is coming -- here are some natural remedies to help get you back in fighting shape!
There’s nothing wrong with going back to basics when you're getting sick: Get plenty of rest and have a bowl of homemade chicken soup.
Buying organic is expensive - here are some strategies for your next trip to the grocery store.
The health effects of nutritional deficiencies are not only something that affect people in Africa, India and Afghanistan; it’s also a serious issue in industrialized countries like the US.
When it comes to hip fractures, as the saying goes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Here are the top “fixable” risk factors for hip fracture.
You may not want to shy away from the frozen aisle next time you go shopping for fruits and vegetables.
As the forth most abundant mineral in the body, magnesium plays an important role in some of your body's most important functions.
Unless whole grains, beans, nuts and seeds are properly prepared, these “healthy” foods can actually wreak havoc on your health.