The Five Best Home Remedies for Colds, Coughs and the Flu

From the pantry to the bedside, home remedies you can make in a snap help prevent seasonal colds or cure a stubborn case of the flu.

Garlic tea immune enhancer

A well-known immune system strengthener, garlic shines as an antibacterial and antiviral herb for fighting colds, Continue reading

Antioxidants from Food – The Five Best Sources

Cells need oxygen to metabolize minerals and vitamins to survive and thrive. When cells cannot use oxygen to metabolize, they resort to fermenting glucose for their energy.

That’s what cancer cells are about. That’s why anything that oxygenates cells works to cure cancer, and that’s why cancer patients should avoid sugar.

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The Five Best Summertime Detox Beverages

Summertime and the living are easy, except it gets hot. Some places get really hot but not so humid, others get hot and humid. Either way, it’s a time for refreshing cool or cold drinks. It’s possible to boost your health, detoxify, and alkalize while drinking a refreshing beverage.

Here are five tips for refreshing healthy summer time beverages:

(1) You can have a cooling mint drink to replace the classic alcohol Continue reading

The Five Best Ways to Boost Your Brain

Do you know a neighbor, friend or relative who is over 80 and yet seemingly has the mind of a 25-year-old? These folks remember everything, still take courses, follow politics, and read voraciously. What’s their secret? It could be partly genetics, partly the result of healthy diet (read: Why You Have to Feed Your Brain). It may also be that these people are constantly exercising their brains. Research shows that the brain needs a work out just as much as the body. If you want your brain to remain agile and fit, you’ve got to give it something to do.

Giving your brain exercise could boost memory and intelligence, promote clear thinking, and help protect
against dementia. It has been well documented through medical research that aging is linked with declines in a number of cognitive functions. The good news is that a growing body of research also shows that these age-related cognitive declines are actually reversible through cognitive training and exercise programs.

Finding ways to stretch and exercise your brain Continue reading